Something in the Water 2022: Festival gives local vendors a chance to shine

The Something in the Water music festival happening in Southwest D.C. this weekend is giving local vendors a chance to show off their products.

On Saturday and Sunday, the festival hosted the DC + XQ Community Market.

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The market, located near the festival grounds at Independence Avenue and 12th Street SW, will feature an array of local vendors, merchants, entrepreneurs, and entertainers representing DC’s unique and vibrant culture.

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Here's a full list of the vendors you can check out at the community market:

  • The Madness Shop
  • Afro Soca Love
  • Arielle Oyster Company
  • Black Girl Ventures (Sunday Only)
  • Bun'd Up
  • Chris Pyrate and Friends
  • Femly
  • Flavorture
  • Kitchen Savages
  • Little Miner Taco
  • Minority Business Development Agency
  • Mocktail Club
  • Paradyce Clothing Company
  • Qi Essential Oils
  • Stop Smack’N
  • That Philly Spot
  • The Museum DC
  • The Spice Suite
  • The Village DC: Cafe + Lab
  • Turning Natural

The market will also feature an "original visual representation of community" put together by three D.C. artists, Keyonna Jones, Jamilla Okubo, and Chris Pyrate, as part of a community art program.

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The market is open to the public and is programmed to serve all ages. It will run from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday.