Back by popular demand and In honor of JUNETEENTH, DA SPOT NYC in partnership with City Point Mall and Downtown Brooklyn Partnership will host another Black Creatives + Culture Market to highlight the creativity of local BlPOC creatives.


The inaugural Black Creatives + Culture Market: Juneteenth Edition will take place on Saturday, June 19th and Sunday June 20th, 2021 from 11 AM to 7PM inside City Point Mall and on Albee Square Plaza. We're turning up for the culture in Downtown Brooklyn!

DA Creative Market:

This highly-curated event will feature a Creative Market spotlighting 35+ local, Black-owned and POC independent creative brands in fashion, beauty, wellness, food and lifestyle goods.

DA Artist Lounge:

Enjoy a vibrant art show featuring 11-12 local BIPOC artists offering different mediums, textures, and styles. Artwork will be available for purchase.

DA Main Stage:

Reserve your seat for our live panel discussions featuring three emerging Black-owned platforms Black Phoenix Management Group (BPMG), Manifeast, and Let's Converse. Conversations will focus on community and wealth building, mental health and wellness, and creative spotlights on The Red Carpet.

DA Music Stage:

Enjoy two music stages inside City Point and on Albee Square where our Djs will be spinning your favorite tunes in between some surprise live performances.

DA Treat Street

In addition, Dekalb Market Hall will be open for some tasty treats. 


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DA SPOT NYC is a unique Brooklyn-based fashion boutique featuring 25+ independent creative brands made by people of color. DA SPOT also houses C.A.N.V.A.S Art Gallery which features the work of local artists of color through monthly "Artportunties". In addition, DA SPOT hosts creative workshops, business panels, art shows and live performances for the community in shop monthly. DA SPOT is located in City Point Mall and open everyday.

About City Point

City Point, a 1.8 million-square-foot retail, entertainment, residential and office complex at the epicenter of Downtown Brooklyn, is the nexus of the burgeoning borough’s creative energy and entrepreneurial spirit. The mixed-use development includes 1,100 residential units, the culinary and entertainment destination DeKalb Market Hall, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Trader Joe’s, Target, and Lululemon. Prince Street passage, its rendition of a town square, features a mix of local and national retailers, including Fellow Barber, Joybird, and McNally Jackson Books.