Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Craft Lake City and Real Monarchs at a Special Pop-up Market This Saturday

Salt Lake City, Sept. 7 — Craft Lake City is excited to announce a special new collaboration with Real Monarchs in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. This Saturday, September 11, 2021, Zions Bank Stadium visitors will experience a free pop-up market organized by Craft Lake City, featuring 8 local artisans at the entrance to the soccer field. Attendees will get to shop the curated selection of artwork, housewares, body care items, and treats from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., then catch the match between Real Monarchs versus San Antonio FC starting at 7:00 p.m. Read through for highlights of the 8 talented artisans & craft food vendors who will be featured at this event.

Zions Bank Stadium: 14787 Academy Pkwy, Herriman, UT, 84096

Saturday, September 11, 2021
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


Lunares is a multimedia artist based in Salt Lake City. Originally from Mexico City, Alethia creates art as a form of self therapy, utilizing design as a vehicle to process their emotions.

Instagram: @alethialunares
Facebook: LunaresLovesYou


Inspired by the idea of re-discovering a more natural form of personal care products, Petrichor offers bodycare items that are both great for your skin and environmentally-friendly. Martiza crafts a wide array of handmade items including massage soaps, body lotion, shampoo bars, dry shampoo, serums, and brow-styling soap.

Instagram: @petrichor.soap

Lenguitas Chamoy

A love for Mexican Candy has inspired Analee to create her own homemade Chamoy which she then uses to sauce an assortment of candies, dried fruits and nuts. Her Chamoy sauce is sweet, salty and sour with just a bit of spice. These candies are a perfect way to snack!

Instagram: @lenguitaschamoy


Owned and operated by Marcelino Murga with some help from boyfriend Jose Rojas, SoyMurga is a small LatinX queer-owned business offering custom curated scent blends in candles, melts and room/linen Sprays. Everything is handcrafted from their home in Ogden, Utah with so much love. Find SoyMurga at various local markets every weekend in Ogden and Salt Lake City.

Instagram: @soymurga
Facebook: Soy Murga

Nopalera Artist Collective

Nopalera Artist Collective, or Colectiva La Nopalera, is a Salt Lake City based collective made up of local artists of color, whose work relates to culture, resistance, and the resilience of our people.

Instagram: @colectivanopalera
Facebook: Nopalera Artist Collective


Cindy crafts delicious homemade horchata and juice beverages in an array of creative, refreshing flavors like hibiscus watermelon, pineapple mango, and cucumber lime. You can find Aguas_801 year-round at the Central 9th Market in downtown Salt Lake City.

Instagram: @aguas_801

Jazmine Martinez Art

Local Chicana artist based in Salt Lake City, Jazmine works in paint and mixed media to create her work. She studied painting and drawing at the University of Utah and is currently working in healthcare to make a living. She’s passionate about medicine and the visual arts.

Instagram: @guada_jazzmiine

The Witches Forge

Cintia is a self-taught electroforming jewelry design artist and instructor at B Golden Jewelry School. Her style is magical and witchy, and she creates one-of-a-kind designs and jewelry using gorgeous crystals and raw copper.

Instagram: @TheWitchesForge
Facebook: The Witches Forge

Purchase Pre-sale Tickets to the Real Monarchs Match

About Craft Lake City: 
Founded in 2009 by Angela H. Brown, Executive Editor of SLUG (Salt Lake UnderGround) Magazine, Craft Lake City® is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization with the mission to educate, promote and inspire local artisans while elevating the creative culture of the Utah arts community through science, technology and art. Craft Lake City strives to further define the term “Craft,” by modernizing the definition for handmade creativity.

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Craft Lake City’s year-round programming is supported in part by the residents of Salt Lake County through the Zoo, Arts & Parks (ZAP) Program, the Salt Lake Arts Council, the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation, and Utah Arts & Museums, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts.