We’re in the home stretch of summer but flea market season isn’t winding down anytime soon. We’ve got three markets that will inspire you to get out and shop locally wherever you are. Whether its handmade goods or curated vintage finds, this weekend is full of events you won’t want to miss. Check out why we’ve got market fever.
Hester Street Fair in Manhattan, New York
Whether or not you’ve been training, Saturday is the day to show off your game at Hester Street Fair. The hip outdoor market is celebrating the Summer Olympics with their own set of games including burlap sack races and BBQ eating contests. If you’re not feeling your inner Joey Chestnut, fear not. There is plenty of locally made goods to see and shop at this weekend market. Visit Hester Street Fair, located at the corner of Hester and Essex Street in the Lower East Side, Manhattan.
Voyager Pop-Up Shop at The Bold Italic in San Francisco, California
Our favorite West Coast website The Bold Italic is celebrating San Francisco’s artisans with a pop-up shop at Voyager. From August to September, this temporary store is bringing the coolest Bay Area products to the public. Join The Bold Italic for a party this Friday from 6-9 p.m. to kick off their curated shopping event. Be sure to RSVP if you want first dibs on the locally made goods! Visit Voyager Pop-Up Shop by The Bold Italic at 365 Valencia Street in San Francisco.
127 Corridor Sale in Jamestown, Tennesee
Pack lightly if you’re heading south for this weekend’s 127 Yard Sale. You’re bound to find one-of-kind treasures at the world’s longest yard sale stretching from Alabama to Michigan. Be sure to map out your journey if you want to make the most of this 690 mile scavenger’s dream. Visit 127 Yard Sale, headquartered at Fentress County Chamber of Commerce in Jamestown.
What outdoor markets are you checking out this weekend?