Almost Famous Women’s Market

Saturday, March 16th (2:00pm – 8:00pm)


Join us for an empowering experience at the Almost Famous Women’s Market—an event dedicated to supporting women in a meaningful way. Immerse yourself in a vibrant array of art and fashion crafted by talented women-owned brands. The market will be held at MQ Factory on Saturday, March 16th, from 2pm to 8pm.

But that’s not all! Get ready to groove to the beats of DJ Black MDNA and DJ Oh Lei, who will be back in the building with a mix of sounds, both new and old, to lift your spirits for the start of the New Year. This event is more than just a market; it’s a celebration of the divine feminine in women from all walks of life.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to support and celebrate the creativity and strength of women entrepreneurs. Join us for a day of empowerment, community, and discovering unique treasures. See you there!

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Venue Location

MQ Factory

126 Leverington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19127

About The Organizer

Melasia Divine

Melasia Divine

Almost Famous

Melasia Divine, a 26-year-old visionary raised in Philadelphia, stands as the passionate owner and founder of Almost Famous Events LLC. With a fervent commitment to uplifting creative entrepreneurs and small business owners, Melasia has forged a path to success by establishing Almost Famous Events. Her mission is to seamlessly bridge the gap between businesses and consumers, curating unforgettable experiences that leave lasting impressions.

Melasia’s dedication to the creative community is evident in her diverse portfolio of events. Noteworthy occasions orchestrated by Almost Famous Events include the groundbreaking “Land of the FREE(KS)” group fashion show, where artistic expression takes center stage. The thought-provoking “From Ideas to Startups” panel discussion showcases Melasia’s commitment to fostering entrepreneurship and innovation. Through her tireless efforts, Melasia Divine has become a trailblazer in the event management industry, leaving an indelible mark on Philadelphia’s creative landscape.

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