MAMA’s NIGHTMARKET Taps KIDS OF IMMIGRANTS to Mark Latest Cross-Cultural Event
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to RESPECT YOUR ELDERS.
Ahead of its upcoming event at The Berrics, MAMA’s NIGHTMARKET has tapped KIDS OF IMMIGRANTS for a special release. The community platform dedicated to preserving immigrant culture by sharing authentic flavors and traditions through recommendations, education and conversation, will be bringing back Los Angeles’ first 21+ cross-cultural nightmarket, celebrating both Mid-Autumn Festival and Hispanic Heritage month.
Aside from serving L.A.’s best street food and dishes, MAMA’s NIGHTMARKET and KIDS OF IMMIGRANTS have come together under the mission to reappropriate ethnic food by giving a voice to multicultural restaurants and communities that are often underrepresented. The special T-shirt release features bold co-branding and text prints expressing the messaging of the collaboration. “We are all cut from different fabrics, but together make a whole. This is for family and for all kids of immigrants.”
Priced at $50 USD, the limited MAMA’s NIGHTMARKET x KIDS OF IMMIGRANTS release will be available at the event at The Berrics September 24, tickets are available now on MAMA’s NIGHTMARKET’s website. Additionally, a portion of proceeds will also be donated to RESPECT YOUR ELDERS, a non-profit feeding seniors in minority communities.
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