The vendor will open its first storefront on 34th Avenue in the Kaufman Arts District.
"New York on Location" will take place Sept. 21 at the backlot at Kaufman Astoria Studios.
Astoria Flea & Food will run through the end of summer, organizers said this week.
The festivities will include live music, barbecue and an outdoor screening of local films.
From Harlem to Prospect Park, there are plenty of happenings to enjoy in the city this weekend.
The 18,000-square-foot stage will be the eighth for the studios, now part of an arts district.
The Kaufman Arts District will get funding from the city and organize cultural events for the area.
The film studio is partnering with LIC Flea & Food to launch a new market on Sundays beginning in May.
The massive Melrose Ballroom opened earlier this month at 36-08 33rd St.
Officials cut the ribbon on the new 34,800-square-foot studio, which closed off a Queens block.
The backlot at Kaufman Astoria Studios closed off 36th St. between 34th and 35th Avenues in Queens.
The cupcake offerings at the new Sweets First include Broccoli-and-Cheese and Sweet Potato.
The group is now located on 35th Avenue, an arts hub that's home to a number of creative organizations.
The nonprofit group is moving its headquarters to 35th Avenue after years in Woodhaven.
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