Every Saturday and Sunday evening in Lampang takes place a large night market called Kad Kong Ta. Talad Gao Road, meaning the Old Market Street, becomes partly pedestrianized from Ratchadapisek Bridge and houses a multitude of food stalls, restaurants, clothing vendors and vendors of products of all kinds. A market very popular with the local population. In this street, there are also some beautiful century-old wooden houses mixing Western, Burmese, Thai and Chinese styles that you can see bette when the night market does not take place. Taht is why it is also interesting to browse this section of the street during the day.
If you are in Lampang during a weekend, I really recommend you to go for a walk and possibly eat there, there are very good cheap restaurants otherwise you have a lot of stalls selling a lot of things to eat and drinks. Walking Streets are more and more numerous in Thailand, almost every city has its own but in the less tourist destinations like Lampang, they are ;ainly here all for the locals.