Second Saturdays return to Old Town Peoria in October

Sep 17, 2022, 9:00 AM

(Peoria's 2nd Saturdays Facebook photo)...

(Peoria's 2nd Saturdays Facebook photo)

(Peoria's 2nd Saturdays Facebook photo)

PHOENIX — The city of Peoria announced the return of Second Saturdays beginning in October and running through April.

Partnering with Steve LeVine Entertainment, the city will host a free night market in Old Town Peoria from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

It begins on Oct. 8 and runs through April 8 on the second Saturday of every month at held on Jefferson Street and 83rd Avenue.

“We are excited to join forces with the City of Peoria to showcase the spirit, culture, and community of the city and bring a variety of entertainment and vendors, featuring local Peoria favorites,” Steve LeVine, CEO of SLE, said in a press release.

Each event will be filled with a dynamic lineup of unique vendors, outdoor games, art installations, premier food trucks, live music and a variety of local talent, according to the press release.

“We are thrilled to bring back another year of Peoria’s Second Saturdays by connecting local artists and businesses to experience the best of our city’s traditions and community,” Marylou Stephens, arts, culture & library services director, said in the release.

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Second Saturdays return to Old Town Peoria in October