New York City's famous Meatpacking District. Reuters

New York’s trendy Meatpacking District is getting ready to say goodbye to winter and kick-off its fourth annual fundraising event, Open Market, this week.

The high-profile soiree-meets-block-party is set to commence Thursday evening, giving attendees the opportunity to shop local wares, eat, imbibe and enjoy guest performances from renowned DJs. The event is produced by the Meatpacking Business Improvement District, a not-for-profit business alliance that aims to assist and support business communities.

Co-chairs for the 2017 event include famed designer Diane von Furstenberg, Highline Stages co-owner and CEO Gary Kline, Milk creative director Mazdack Rassi and Theory CEO Andrew Rosen.

What can guests expect at this year’s event? The fundraiser will feature live performances from artists like Coco and Breezy, and Theophilus London. Guests also will be able to shop covetable sample sale products from booths created by retailers like Helmut Lang, Alice & Olivia, Theory and Trina Turk, and attendees will also have full access to culinary treats provided by Soho House, Fig & Olive, Bagatelle and Ample Hills Creamery, among others.

Like most ticketed fundraising events, guests will also be able to participate in a silent auction that will offer up packages, like a “Knicks Night Out” or lunch, and a personalized guided tour of the High Line. VIP ticket-holders will be given a “buy-it-now” option for the auction packages, and will also be able to shop the sample sales before general ticket-holders. After party access at Tao Downtown, and a complimentary gift bag will be offered to VIPs, as well.

The event will take place at the Highline Stages in Manhattan, 6:30-10:30 p.m. EST — and tickets will cost you. General admission is $150 and VIP tickets run $350 apiece, but tickets are still available online for those who are interested in a luxurious night out with the meatpacking crowd. The event was created to give back to the community and support businesses and creatives in the district. The funds will be going toward the upkeep and sanitation of the area — so New Yorkers should snag a ticket while they’re still on offer.