2021 Night Market Event Guide

Night Market performers, vendors and food items.

Performance Schedule*

There are two main stages (one in each food court area — Stage A & Stage B) and two smaller performing areas near the chalk art (Area C & Area D) at the market this year. Performing areas will activate in an alternating manner at different times throughout the evening.


  • 4 pm Korean stories with Jihye Park (D)
  • 4:15 pm Indonesian Performing Arts of Oregon, Indonesian dance (A) 
  •      Anna Kazakova, Russian folk songs & urban songs (B)
  • 4:30 pm Hueca Omeyocan, Anahuaca (Meshica Chichimeca Aztec) dance (C)
  • 5 pm Ballet Folklorico Academia Gabriela, Mexican Ballet Folklorico (A)
  • 5:15 pm Oak Leaf Music, Classic Santoor and Daf (B)
  • 5:30 pm Maria Rodriguez, Puerto Rican ballads (C)
  • 6:15 pm Dance with Payal, Bolywood & Indian folk (B)
    Ed Edmo, Shoshone-Bannock traditional storytelling (D)
  • 6:30 pm k x kano music, Hawaiian Islands inspired singer / songwriter (A)
    Teva Oriata, Polynesian Dance (C)
  • 7:15 pm Nelda Reyes, Mesoamerican storytelling (D)
  • 7:30 pm Hai Bi - guzheng master, Chinese guzheng (B)
    Fernando Monroy, Spanish Guitar (C)
  • 8 pm Mitotiliztli Tezcatlipoca, Danza Azteca (A)
  • 8:30 pm Tibetan Nomad Song, Tibetan singing and guitar (B)
    Andres Mendoza, Chicano poetry (D)
  • 9 pm Nii Ardey Allotey and Ekome, African drumming (A)
    Eagleheart Band, Native American flute music with drums (C)

*Schedule subject to change, please double check signs near performance areas

Night Market map to vendors and stages.


  1. Sadiqi Textiles, Afghani embroidered clothes, hadiasadiqi02@gmail.com
  2. Jonni Ketcher, Tsalagi/Cherokee stories and prints, ndnindian.squarespace.com
  3. Fashion Korea, Korean fashions and accessories, Facebook: @beavertonfashionkorea
  4. Yancy Handmade, Columbian bags and clothing, yancyhandmade.com
  5. Art Afrique, African woodworking and paintings, seffydel@gmail.com
  6. La tienda del Sol, Huichol jewelry and art, www.latiendadelsol.com
  7. Lunarcat Studios, Handmade Asian-inspired crafts, Facebook: @LunarcatStudios
  8. Orox Leather Co, Handmade leather goods with roots in Oaxaca, www.oroxleather.com
  9.  Henna By Carmen, Henna and ceramics, Instagram: @hennabycarmen
  10. MejikoLek, Indigenous clothes from Chiapas, Mexico, 503-332-8013
  11. Indigenous Come Up, Indigenous made and designed arts, www.indigenouscomeup.com
  12. Jacob Njoroge Wachira, Kenyan inspired art pieces, dreamawakeproductions@gmail.com
  13. Shop Amrapali & Salon Amrapali, Indian scarves, bangles and gifts, www.ShopAmrapali.com
  14. The Mediterranean Palace, Middle Eastern glass art and porcelain painting, Instagram: @maya.glassarts
  15. xGarage, 3D printed arts & Chinese cultural crafts, www.etsy.com/shop/xGarage
  16. Z7Eyes, Handmade Iraqi cultural art, Instagram: @z7eyes
  17. Beauty and the Bead, Pakistani handmade accessories, muniruddinkhan@yahoo.com
  18. Hakuna Matata, Indigenous clothing from Central Africa, Facebook: @hakuna.matata.chez.rosie
  19. Huitzil & Viva la cactus, Guatemalan and Mexican artisan goods, huitzil-1111.square.site/
  20. Toure’s Art Creation, African butterfly art, bmbayetoure@hotmail.com
  21. Rosas Churros, Stuffed churros, Facebook: @ROSASChurros
  22. Huitzil & Viva la cactus, Guatemalan and Mexican artisan goods, huitzil-1111.square.site/
  23. Churmuri, LLC, Food inspired by South Indian cuisine, Facebook: @Churmuri
  24. Spice of Africa, Cuisines from Kenya and Ethiopia, www.SpiceofAfrica.com
  25. Whabii, LLC, Shaved ice, https://whabii.com/
  26. G & A’s Grill, Mexican birria tacos and more, Facebook: @gndagrill
  27. Himalayan Dumplings & More, Himalayan street food, Instagram: @himalayandumplings
  28. Topo’s Venezuelan Cuisine, Venezuelan cuisine, Instagram: @toposvenezuelancuisine
  29. Rose City Dips Rim Dip & Michelada Mix, Flavored rim dips, michelada mix, rosecitydips2020@gmail.com
  30. KALA, LLC, Thai coconut pudding, kalaco.pdx@gmail.com
  31. El Cuadrilatero, Food inspired by la lucha Mexicana, 808-990-2529
  32. Nooshi Gyan, Cuisine from Kurdistan region of Iran, zagrosshaho@yahoo.com
  33. Alleamin Products LLC, Somali food, somaliansauce.com
  34. Ome Calle Frozen Treats, LLC, Mexican frozen paletas, omecallifrozentreats@gmail.com
  35. Sweet Day Cotton Candy, Hand spun cotton candy, www.sweetdaycc.com/
  36. Karam Lebanese Deli and Catering, Lebanese food (halal), www.karamldc.com
  37. Sharetea, Classic Taiwanese boba tea, Facebook: @ShareteaBeavertonOR
  38. Great Tang, Northern Chinese food, Instagram: @zoey.yu.s
  39. Kurdish Sweets, Kurdish Treats, Instagram: @kurdishsweets2
  40. Sunrice, Cuisine of the Vietnamese + Filipino diaspora, Instagram: @sunricepdx

Logos for La Strada dei Pastelli and 2D4D.

Produced by the nonprofit arts organization 2D4D, La Strada dei Pastelli Chalk Art Festival is an immersive, large-scale street painting experience unlike any other in the tri-county region. The annual event highlights the 500-year old tradition of Italian street painting. Professional visual artists create entirely ephemeral designs while attendees have the opportunities to inquire about their processes and inspirations that otherwise happens behind closed-doored studios. Within just a few hours attendees can watch drawings evolve from plain asphalt to fully-rendered, multi-colored masterpieces.

Night Market map for chalk artists' locations.The 2021 chalk artist lineup includes:

  • Joel Yau (at Jan’s)
  • Carrie Dziabczenko (at Covenant Clocks)
  • Jennifer Ripassa (at Covenant Clocks)
  • Jessi Queen (at Ickabod’s Grill)
  • Jolene Russell (at Ickabod’s Grill)
  • Sharyn Chan (at Ickabod’s Grill)
  • Shelley & Dave Brenner (3D design in front of Lionheart Coffee)

The 2021 La Strada has been supported in part by Patricia Reser, City of Beaverton, Central Beaverton NAC, Blick Art Materials, Strauss International, OnPoint Community Credit Union, and Rivermark Community Credit Union among others.

Visit www.2d4d.org or follow @2d4d.art to learn more.

Artist working on very elaborate chalk drawing of a woman's face surrounded by flowers. Jessi Queen chalking 2019 La Strada, photo by Wayne Renshaw

About 2D4D
2D4D is a nonprofit arts organization working to strengthen the region’s creative impact by helping artists and arts-leaders in the 2-dimentional and 4-dimentional (time-based) fields achieve greater potentials both individually and collectively. We believe that it is through our collective voice, works, and actions that the arts inspire, provoke, enhance, and contribute to the emotional and economic wellbeing of our region. 2D4D does this by providing free and low-cost classes, workshops, networking events, exhibition and performance opportunities each designed to expose the value, function, and necessity for social diversity and dialog. This is only possible by bridging interaction between the arts and non-arts communities to recognize that each supports the other. www.2d4d.orgtext

About the Market

The Beaverton Night Market is a project of the city’s Diversity Advisory Board, which has a primary role in planning and hosting the market each year. The concept is an original action item from the city’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Plan. The first Beaverton Night Market debuted in Sept 2015 as a part of the city’s Welcoming Week and later grew to larger summer events attracting around 14,000 people each year.


The Beaverton Night Market exists to create a vibrant, intercultural, family-friendly space that is reminiscent of night markets internationally. The Market offers a culturally-relevant evening activity and gathering space with ethnic food and crafts for families of all backgrounds in Beaverton.


  1. Foster a space for cross-cultural exchange and interaction by community members.
  2. Create a space for emerging ethnic food/craft vendors to showcase their work and share their traditions.
  3. Promote economic opportunity for culturally-specific businesses in Beaverton.
  4. Offer a fun, family-friendly, cultural activity locally

Diversity Advisory Board (DAB)

The DAB exists to advise the city on equity and inclusion strategies that strengthen connections among diverse communities living in Beaverton and with the city government. Public meetings every second Monday of the month. Always looking for new members! More info at www.BeavertonOregon.gov/DAB.

Interested in becoming a vendor?

Vendor applications open each spring. More info at www.BeavertonOregon.gov/NightMarket.