Late night ‘Munya Market’ returned this October after two month break 

Munya Market, Dublin’s buzzing late night market returned from its two month break on October 15. 

Munya Market Poster. Photo: Instagram / Munya Market

Munya Market hosts a range of young local traders and is a safe space for Dublin creatives to come together to connect through shared interests, support local and have fun.

You can expect to find clothing and jewellery – both vintage and handmade, local art, or you can even get a tattoo. If you’re not in shopping mode, there are DJs playing house music and there is also a bar. 

This month’s market was hosted at the beloved Bow Lane Social Club on Aungier Street.

Entry to Munya Market is free.

A range of new traders made their Munya debut on the market’s launch day – including a small pop-up shop from Fade Street’s newest vintage clothing shop ‘35 vintage’.

Tattoos were provided by Munya regular @bigsmokeink, and DJs @_s_agenda_, @mathaus.musik and @ocras.wav were there this month to keep you buzzing while you browsed. 

Munya Market has been running since June 2022 and it was started by Oran Lapettina. It typically takes place once a month, and is hosted in different venues in Dublin City Centre.

Previous venues have included Fegans 1924, Dashi, and The Grand Social. 

Munya Market is always welcoming new traders to book a stall, which you can do by contacting them on Instagram.

The market has been a way for young creatives to gain confidence – encouraging them to share their art and make connections, in an energetic and judgement free setting.

The market has been a huge success so far and has helped many young artists get their work out there. 

For more information, click here to visit Munya Market’s Instagram page.

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