Hudson Shared Streets: Wylde Market

Oct 31, 11am - 6pm | Nov 1, 11am - 5pm

Warren Street, Hudson

Saturday, October 31: 11am – 6pm
Sunday, November 1: 11am – 5pm

Costumes Optional. Masks Required

Come shop your favorite Hudson Valley brands and retailers in a safe outdoor environment while supporting Hudson Hall this Halloween weekend. Wylde Market features a carefully curated collection of makers, artists, and local businesses featuring furniture, home goods, clothing, accessories, specialty food and more. The market will take place on private lots at 3rd & Union, 4th and Warren, 5th and Warren, as well as selected parking spaces on Warren Street.

After you make a WYLDE Market purchase you will be given an exclusive QR Code to the WYLDE Market Raffle for a chance to win two amazing prizes! Just make a donation of any size to Hudson Hall to enter.

The Grand Prize winner receives a gift brimming with products from all of the participating vendors. The Second Place winner wins a dinner for 4 at Feast & Floret consisting of a Chef’s Tasting Menu and wine pairings.

About WYLDE Market

Hudson Shared Streets WYLDE Market, an initiative in partnership with Hudson Hall, Brand Assembly, and WYLDE Hudson, was conceptualized to assist in continuing the economic development of the City of Hudson, and support the numerous local brands, makers and retailers that have suffered severely from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Taking place the last weekend of the Hudson Shared Streets program (and Halloween weekend), the market will span parking spaces and private lots up and down Warren Street from approximately 3rd Street to 5th Street.

The relationship between Hudson Hall, Brand Assembly and WYLDE Hudson was formed with one thing in mind, Hudson. These three businesses and organizations support artists, artisans, brands and creatives giving them platforms and resources to better their businesses and their communities. They are working together on this market to form a strong community network, creating a foundation of a sustainable local economy.