ORLANDO, Fla. – A special Black History Month-themed pop-up market will happen in the heart of downtown Orlando.
The Black Artisan Affair runs from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Thursday in front of the Orange County Regional History Center.
The theme of this Thursday’s event will focus on African American history.
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Local chefs will be serving up fresh dishes with a variety of food trucks and various food vendors.
Musical acts will be jamming out throughout the evening with live performances put on by the Dr. Phillips Center of Performing Arts.
A variety of Central Florida artists will be creating live art pieces and also selling artwork.
The event is put on by Bazaar Botanica Community Markets. Bazaar Botanica Community Markets feature a rotating group of independent shop owners and artists from Central Florida on the third Thursday of every month. The event is free to the public