The Nashville Farmers' Market will be staying open late to help drum up business.
Organizers are reviving the "Night Market" program this month, giving people a chance to visit during evening hours.
The event used to run on Friday nights, but they're trying Saturday night for the revival.
"We'll have the inside merchants, the restaurants, the temporary merchants and our artisans will be here," said Nancy Whittemore, acting director at the Farmers' Market. "We'll have music. The farm shed will be open until 8 p.m. and we'll also have the flea market."
The Friday night markets weren't very popular with farmers because they get up so early on Saturday mornings to pick produce to sell.
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