Visit the Richmond Night Market


Thursday, May 10th, 2018 — 7:55am PDT
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Richmond’s only night market this year is opening for the season! The Richmond Night Market is just a block away from the Bridgeport Canada Line station, featuring an international food fair with over a hundred vendors with over five hundred food items from all over the world.

Richmond Night Market

Richmond Night Market

Location: 8351 River Road, Richmond
Dates/Hours: May 11, 2018 to October 8, 2018
Fridays and Saturdays 7:00pm to 12:00am; Sundays & Holidays 7:00pm to 11:00pm
Admission & Details: $4.25, free for children 10 and under, free for seniors 60+.

Skip the long lines with a zoom pass. If you plan on visiting throughout the Summer or are coming with a group, then the zoom pass is a great option since it lets you in through express entry – and it’s they are transferrable.

Visit Richmond Night Market on your birthday in May or June and receive free admission and a t-shirt (with ID, on your exact birthday).

New This Year

  • A tropical Hawaiian theme
  • Bouncy castles
  • Inflatable obstacle course

The night market is the best place to find unique culinary creations, from steaming liquid nitrogren ice cream cups topped with churros to potato tornadoes, bubble waffles, grilled octopus, ramen spam burgers, takoyaki, and so much more.

With Richmond’s other night market, Illumination Night Market, not returning this year, the Richmond Night Market is sure to be hopping! Arrive early (before sunset) to get a jump on the lines.

Follow the Richmond Night Market on Facebook for the latest updates.

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