MAY 7th MARKET
JUNE 11th MARKET
NEW VENDOR LINEUP AT EACH MARKET ~ RSVP TO THE FACEBOOK EVENT FOR UPDATES
DETAILS: 10-5 PM, RAIN OR SHINE, in downtown Collingswood NJ. Free admission and family and dog-friendly. Cancellations for severe/dangerous weather only, posted here and to social media pages by 8 AM Sunday.
LOCATION: the Market is located in a portion of N. Atlantic Ave. parking lot (same location as the weekly Farmers' Market), the Kitchen & Assoc parking lot and all along Irvin Ave between Atlantic & and Haddon Aves. Click here for a map of the Collingswood location and use 735 N. Atlantic Avenue (the Collingswood Police Station) as the closest address.
PARKING: There are many options for parking in Collingswood including street parking, in the N. Atlantic lot itself, the Lumberyard lot (kiosks), and the lage PATCO parking lot one block away. For a complete list of the PARKING OPTIONS AND A MAP CLICK HERE. Please note parking meters are enforced on Sundays.
PUBLIC TRANSIT: The Market is just steps from the PATCO line "Collingswood" stop.
VENDOR "SNEAK PEEKS": Be sure to follow our INSTAGRAM page for loads of vendor "sneak peeks" (also being posted on the Facebook page).
If you're planning to join us at another Market (remember the lineup changes each time) check out the LINEUP page for a visual on all of our participating vendors this season, the SCHEDULE page for all six spring dates & the FAQ PAGE for additional Market info.
June 17, 2017
The West Reading Community Revitalization Foundation proudly presents an annual Art on the Avenue. The community's premier family festival features fine arts and crafts made by local juried artists. Each year thousands of people are drawn to Penn Avenue, West Reading as the event continues to grow. Located in the Greater Reading hub for arts, culture, shopping, and dining, this event appeals to both novice buyers and experienced art patrons. Additionally the venue features live music, street performers, local businesses, and specialty foods.
Saturday, June 24th from 11AM-7PM
Sunday, June 25th from 11AM-6PM
About Manayunk Arts Festival
Manayunk Development Corporation is pleased to announce the 2017 28th Annual Manayunk Arts Festival. This year we invite you to share in the tradition of excellence at the tri-state's largest outdoor, juried arts festival. Celebrating 28 years of presenting the best variety of fine arts and crafts from across the country, nearly 200,000 collectors, buyers, and designers will visit Main Street for this event. This year we have nearly 300 artists that will showcase their work along historic Main Street in Manayunk.
We will also once again feature for the fifth year, our Emerging Artist Tent! This year we will be featuring even more local talent. Whether they are young talent just getting into the business or artists who want to begin to make a name for themselves, you will see their wide range of talents all in one tent on the intersection of Main and Roxborough Streets!
The Manayunk Arts Festival is always a rain or shine event! Come dressed according to the weather and make sure you stay hydrated! Getting here is also easy: by train, bus, bike, or shuttle, there are many ways you can visit the Manayunk Arts Festival!
Public Transportation: For schedules and fare rates, contact SEPTA at (215) 580-7800 or on the web at www.septa.org for more information.
Trail Directions: Stay active and remain eco-friendly by biking to the Manayunk Arts Festival! Take Kelly Drive from Center City or the Schuylkill River Trail from all parts of the Philadelphia region. Visit the Bike Coalition of Greater Philadelphia for more details and biking maps.
Shuttle Buses: Shuttle buses will run from two different parking lots down to the Manayunk Arts Festival. Pick up the shuttles at 555 City Avenue (Bala Cynwyd) or at the Ivy Ridge Train Station (4910 Umbria Street) and for a round trip donation to North Light Community Center you can be dropped off right at the entrance to the festival! Full shuttle deatails coming soon!
ARCHIVE of EVENTs
SATURDAY APRIL 22, 2107
Join us for the 4th Annual Downtown Glenside Arts Festival to celebrate Earth Day, Downtown Glenside, Cheltenham Township, and more! Downtown Glenside is a vibrant town with a little something for everyone including delicious restaurants, unique shops, and a strong sense of community and family. The Festival will celebrate the winners and participants of the Downtown Glenside Arts Festival Art Contest and the Earth Day Clean-up Volunteers. The Festival will include crafts, food, entertainment, and a wine festival. Voted as a Classic Town, Downtown Glenside is a great location for a Festival. Downtown Glenside is located around Easton Road & Glenside Avenue near the Glenside Train Station and is easily accessible by car, bus, or train.
$22 Day / $45 3-Day Pass
Tickets are only sold at the show
Children under 12 are free
Philadelphia Tattoo Arts Convention
Pennsylvania Convention Center
1201 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Friday 2 PM – 12 AM
Saturday 11 AM – 12 AM
Sunday 11 AM – 8 PM
LIKE A RECKLESS BAND OF KILLER
KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE…
THE TRENTON PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET
NESHAMINY CREEK BREWING COMPANY!
– OVER 100 UNIQUE VENDORS and OVER 170 VENDOR TABLES! –
– FOOD TRUCKS! –
– BEER! –
– LIVE SIDE SHOWS! –
– LIVE MUSIC! –
– THE LEGENDARY TPRFM BLACK SWAG BAGS TO THE FIRST 100 PUNKS IN LINE! –
$5 AT THE DOOR!
NO TICKETS REQUIRED!
KIDS 10 AND UNDER ARE FREE!
You heard that right, our libation loving friends! The Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market has teamed up with the Bucks County, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, where we’ll be bringing you over 100 unique, hand-selected vendors and over 170 vendor tables that will be packed to the pint glasses with Vinyl, Cassettes and CD’s; Breweriana; Taxidermy and Other Macabre; Silkscreened posters and Original Clothing; Vintage Clothing and Toys; Classic Video Games; Handmade Jewelry; Original Artwork; Antiques and Collectibles; Comic Books and much, much more!
Our friends at Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company will be serving up plenty of libations throughout the day with multiple remote beer stations as well as their incredible tap room with dozens of famous NCBC brews on tap!
Join us at 7pm! Once the TPRFM closes at 7pm, the night begins with live music featuring several amazing acts as only Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company does! More info TBA soon!
OVER 100 HAND-SELECTED VENDORS AND OVER 170 TABLES!
Join us as we present over 100 hand-picked vendors as selected by the TPRFM Crew! Horror! Vintage! Vinyl! Art! Antiques! Like, whoa!
The TPRFM works with several Side Show performance groups and they’ll be putting their bodies on the line as they eat glass, recklessly use power tools, swallow swords and more!
The TPRFM is teaming up with Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company to put together a killer of a show starting at 7:30pm (right after the TPRFM closes)! Stay tuned for more info TBA soon!
GET A SHAPE UP OR A BEARD TRIM AT THE TPRFM!
Whether it’s a beard trim or a hair cut, the TPRFM Is all about looking fresh and clean! Come on down to the TPRFM at Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company and get a shape up by the one and only Maestro's Barber Shop!
THE LEGENDARY BLACK SWAG BAGS!
The first 100 people in the door will receive a FREE Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market "Black Swag Bag" that'll be loaded with goodies and other cool stuff such as records, tshirts, jewelry, handmade items, hand made soap and more (items vary per bag). Most of which is donated directly from our vendors! Be sure to check out your bag when you get one for money saving coupons that you can use at the flea market!
ENTRY FEE: $5 (good for both days!)
DATE: Saturday March 4, 2017
HOURS: 12 Noon - 7pm (Market), 7:30pm - 11pm (Live Music!)
ADDRESS: 909 Ray Ave, Croydon, PA 19021
Rain or Shine, punks!
DIRECTIONS FROM YOUR LOCATION:
We hope to see you all there!
We will be set up Saturday ONLY
GET READY BOPPERS… IT’S THE SPRING FLING EDITION OF THE TRENTON PUNK ROCK FLEA MARKET! APRIL 8 - 9, 2017!
OVER 200 DIFFERENT VENDORS EACH DAY!
10 DIFFERENT FOOD TRUCKS EACH DAY!
$5 AT THE DOOR (GOOD FOR BOTH DAYS)!
NO TICKETS REQUIRED!
KIDS 10 AND UNDER ARE FREE!
That's right, punks… we’re storming out of the gates and shaking off Old Man Winter as we fling directly into Spring with the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market on April 8-9, 2017! We'll be punching you square in the face with 200+ unique vendors and ten food trucks EACH DAY! Come on down to the TPRFM and score tons of vinyl, sweet vintage gear, original art, horror memorabilia, handmade jewelry, vintage toys and a whole lot more!
FREE PARKING will be located at 640 South Broad Street (signs will be posted) across from Mario’s Restaurant and right around the corner from the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market. DO NOT park in the Roebling Market lot. You will be towed... you've been warned.
We’ve added some great micro-events to the roster of awesomeness with much more to be announced soon.
November 18-20, 2016
Dock5 at Union Market
1309 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Holiday Shops is more than a unique shopping experience; it is also one of the League's major fundraisers. Funds raised support the JLW’s ongoing efforts to improve the DC community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers and annual grants awarded to local nonprofits.
Each year, we welcome thousands of shoppers throughout the weekend.
You can find details about our general shopping hours, special events, parking and more here on our website.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2016,
STARLITE BALLROOM - 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
The first 50 adult attendeesreceive a SWAG bag filled with goodies from the vendors and created by Mercantile Home.
This is our 9th indiemade craft market winter show and we love holding it at the Starlite Ballroom - 1221 S. Front Street in Allentown (map). $3.00 for adults, children 12 and under are free. A portion of the proceeds from this event supports the Baum School of Art scholarship fund. The first 50 adult attendees get a SWAG bag filled with goodies from the vendors (learn more)! Crafts, music, food and a Makers Table area.
What is indiemade? indiemade artists stray from the traditional craft establishment by creating their own rules and following their own artistic path. They are not creating a mass number of objects from kits. Indie craft is an attitude of self-confidence which is shown in original creations and unusual designs frequently using recycled/upcycled materials. What to expect at the show? Learn more ..
SATURDAY DEC 10, 2016
Christmas Village in Philadelphia 2016
Running from Thanksgiving (11/24/16) through Christmas Eve (12/24/16), Christmas Village in Philadelphia will once again bring the charm of an authentic German Christmas market to Center City Philadelphia. As in 2015, we will have a preview weekend (11/19/16 and 11/20/16) to give everybody a chance to sneak a peek before the event is officially opened by the original Christkind from Nuremberg/ Germany on Saturday, 11/26/16.
More information on the event schedule, 2016 vendors and partners and new highlights will be released later this year.
We've got some great surprises in stock for you this year - so make sure to sign up for our Newsletter and follow us on Facebook to be in the loop!
Christmas Village in Philadelphia is an outside Holiday market event in Center City Philadelphia, which is modeled after the traditional Christmas Markets in Germany.
Vendors in more than 70 wooden booths will sell traditional European food, sweets and drinks. They will also offer a great shopping experience with international holiday gifts, ornaments, jewelry and high-quality arts and crafts.
The unique atmosphere with thousands of lights, the big Holiday Tree, the delicious smell of waffles, gingerbread, bratwurst and mulled wine will bring you and your family into the perfect Christmas mood.
Go West! Craft Fest
Holiday 2016 Edition
Sunday, December 18, 11-4
The Rotunda, 40th & Walnut
More than 80 local artists & makers will show their unique creations, like jewelry, ceramics,woodwork,
clothing, hand knits, prints, stationery, soft toys, candles, soaps,
herbal preparations, preserves, ornaments and much more.
Find thoughtful gifts for everyone on your list,
while supporting local, independent businesses.