Sleeping in this Saturday is not an option if you’re up for the challenge of scooping incredible finds at one of Dallas’ most anticipated flea market extravaganzas.
Returning this Saturday, March 7th, The Dallas Flea will pack over 100 area artisans specializing in handmade or vintage goods at an all new location in the blossoming Trinity Groves district. For one day only, the 20,000 square foot space will boast a bustling market of furniture, home décor, children’s items, food, art, clothing, jewelry, and much more to an eager crowd of over 5,000 plus shoppers. For the shopping maven, this quarterly bazaar marks the calendar as one of the can’t-miss shopping events of the year.
Garnering much headway and tripling its foot traffic since its inception in 2009, The Dallas Flea leaves behind its original home of South Side on Lamar to head over into the prospering district of Trinity Groves – adding a food truck court, live music stage, photo booth, and relaxing lounge area for the ultimate in entertainment.
“We’re thrilled to kick off 2015 with a new home and even more talented artisans featuring their handmade and vintage goods,” says Brittany Cobb, Founder of The Dallas Flea. “We hope everyone will join us on March 7th as we support and celebrate our vibrant community of local craftspeople.”
Doors open at 9 a.m. at 2900 Bataan Street, and entry is $5. As always, we recommend a much early arrival for capturing the best in unique selections. The first 100 shoppers will receive canvas tote bags.
Visit TheDallasFlea.com for more information and to explore a list of current vendors.