Test Market (A pop-up event)

Written by  //  October 29, 2010  //  Donnyblurbs  //  8 Comments

On November 20, spend your evening socializing at “Test Market,” a ground breaking pop-up event featuring Denver’s creative businesses, iconic institutions and hand-made entrepreneurs.  “Test Market” is a fundraiser in support of the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs’ Create Denver initiative.

For one night in one place, “Test Market” pushes collaboration to a new level with contributors including the Denver Art Museum, Denver Pavilions, YesPleaseMore, Design Council, Ballet Nouveau, Fashion Denver, The Fabric Lab, Denver Post UMS, The Horndribbles, Fancy Tiger Clothing & Crafts, BALLS!, Jazz at Jack’s, Denver Magazine, Westword, Beauty Bar, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Denver Handmade Alliance, Foodie Call and Control Group Productions.

Together these groups will present a prodigious and elaborate event with live music from Paper Bird!

Event will be held at Denver Pavilions:

Glenarm Great Room
Suite 262

$15 tickets available for purchase on Denver Magazine at https://www.denvermagazine.com/YesPleaseMore

Or, day of event at: YesPleaseMore POP-Up Store
Denver Pavilions
Suite 234 (2nd floor)

ALSO: Test the lip-smacking culinary craft of Foodie Call while dining with Denver’s most infamous monsters!!!

Foodie Call with the Horndribbles
$40 (includes admission to Test Market)

Facebook invite is http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=151785358198336&ref=ts

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