Pittsboro Events: Bazaar Night Market and More

This Friday (May 13th, from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m.), The Plant is hosting Pittsboro’s Bazaar Night Market. The event is put on by Reclamation Vintage and will feature a wide range of vintage and local artisan vendors. Come out, grab a bite to eat and some delicious local beverages, and shop to your heart’s content!

What to Expect

The Bazaar Night Market has improved this year, with additional and better-located parking and a slew of local artists, breweries, and vendors for your entertainment. There will be several food trucks, North Carolina artists (especially those in and around Chatham County, as the event seeks to showcase local talent), and live music.

Plus, the Bazaar shuts down at 8:00 p.m. Not only does this make the event perfect for families who need to get kids to bed early, but it also means more adventurous folks have plenty of time to continue the party in downtown Pittsboro!

About The Plant

Sprawling across 17 acres, The Plant is an eco-industrialist park that was originally part of a 1940s farm known as The Sunshine Gardens. Now, it hosts many businesses, acts as a wedding venue, and hosts year-round events like the Bazaar Night Market.

The Plant is the home of some of Chatham County’s finest eateries and breweries, including BMC Brewing, the Fair Game Beverage Company, and Chatham Cider Works.

More May Events in Chatham County

The Bazaar Night Market is just one of the many fun activities planned for Chatham County and Pittsboro this month. If you’re aching for more, make sure to join in on the Pittsboro Pub Crawl on Saturday, May 14th from 4:00 to 10:00 p.m. You’ll have access to a shuttle bus to take you from bar to bar for American Craft Beer Day, including:

  • Red Moose Brewing Company
  • BMC Brewing
  • Fair Game Beverage Co.
  • House of Hops
  • 580 Craft Beer
  • Carolina Brewery

In the mood for music instead of alcohol? No problem. We’re in full swing for Saturdays in Saxapahaw! Shows are scheduled all the way through August, with May’s lineup including Big Fat Gap, Molly Sarle, and David Wimbish & Graham Dickey of The Collection.

Chatham and its surrounding areas have a host of wonderful opportunities for locals to enjoy good food, music, beverages, art, and the great outdoors. It’s the perfect spot to sample all that North Carolina has to offer.

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