Returning Saturday, November 8, The Dallas Flea packs dozens of local vendors into South Side on Lamar for one day only. From candles to canvases, vintage frocks to handmade jewelry, this highly-anticipated event is pulling out all the stops for its upcoming holiday-themed, fifth anniversary event.
Founded in 2009 by Dallas-based writer and decorator Brittany Cobb, The Dallas Flea quickly earned gold star status on shoppers’ calendars across the Metroplex. The quarterly bazaar of unique, Texas-based finds grew with each passing season to include a vast array of vendors and products. Hardly contained by the gallery at South Side on Lamar, the Flea now overflows into the open air with food trucks and trailer boutiques. Good thing doors open early, so we can take it all in.
Marking its milestone fifth anniversary, the upcoming Flea will gather both new and returning vendors. Highlights include GAIA home accessories, refurbished vintage boots by Cowgirl Cuties, Little Bean boho kids’ clothing, and many more. An average of 75 booths are featured at each Flea.
Adding to the excitement, the pre-holiday timing will bring an emphasis on grab-and-go gifts. Extra helpings of stationery, scarves, children’s gifts, and pet items are promised. And, if you need another great reason to visit The Dallas Flea, note that this will be the final Flea in its original home at South Side on Lamar. To be announced in coming months, the event will expand to a larger venue in 2015.
The Dallas Flea takes place Saturday, November 8, at South Side on Lamar. Doors open at 9 a.m., and entry is just $5. For more information, please visit our Event Calendar.