Tickets Available for Open Market: The Meatpacking District’s Epic Indoor Block Party

We are so ready for ready (said everyone throughout NYC). One pre-spring event that’ll definitely get you thinking about the season head is Open Market,an epic ‘indoor block party’ and fundraiser that celebrates the local business community through a night of food, shopping, live DJ, VIP guests and tons more!

Open Market: The Meatpacking District’s Epic Indoor Block Party

This includes food tastings and bespoke cocktails from 25+ area restaurants and bars, sample sale shopping from high-end retailers, entry into the silent auction, and music by Coco and Breezy. For the ultimate night out, VIP tickets offer early access to shop the sample sales, an exclusive hospitality experience by Soho House, a buy-it-now option for the silent auction, a gift bag filled will brand products, and guaranteed access to the VIP after party at TAO Downtown.

Additionally, they’re will be dozens of brands spanning the hospitality, fashion, art, and technology industries will participate in the evening’s festivities, including:

Food & Drink: L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, Santina, Corkbuzz, Megu, Sixpoint, The Standard Biergarten, Bagatelle, Bodega Negra, Fig & Olive, Catch, La Sirena, TAO Downtown, Sherry B Dessert Studio, Soho House, Bubby’s, STK Downtown and more!

Fashion & Retail: Theory, Rag & Bone, DVF, Alice & Olivia, Helmut Lang, Lilla P, The Kooples, Trina Turk/Mr Turk and more!

Technology & Lifestyle: Samsung, Lexus, Caudalie, Kikkerland, Chelsea Market Baskets, and more

Date and Tickets to the Open Market

March 8
Highline Stages
6:30pm – 10:30pm

You can score early bird tickets from January 29, 2018 – February 9, 2018 for $115 (general admission) as well as VIP tickets for $300. After the ‘early-bird’ ticketing period on February 10, 2018, general admission tickets will be $150 and include a $25 shopping credit, and VIP tickets will be $350 and include a $50 shopping credit (valid only during the Open Market).

Open Market raises funds that go towards the sanitation and beautification of the district – the betterment of a beloved neighborhood. 100% of the proceeds go to the Meatpacking District Improvement Association (MPIA), the non- profit business alliance of the area and will be specifically earmarked for the capital upgrade of the district’s streetscape, called the 14th Street Master Plan.

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