Founded in 2009 by lifestyle editor and interior designer Brittany Cobb, The Dallas Flea
quickly earned gold star status
on local shoppers’ calendars. The seasonal event has expanded at every turn, to include a vast array of vendors and products.
Hardly contained by its original spot at South Side on Lamar – attendance now tops 8,000 - the Flea relocated to Trinity Groves
earlier this year. Read on for the scoop on the next Flea, even bigger, even better, and right around the corner.
Returning November 7 to Trinity Groves, the Dallas Flea is set to expand in a big way for Fall ’15. As founder Brittany Cobb enthused to DFW Style Daily, “This is going to be the best Flea yet, by far! With two buildings, we now have the space to house 140-plus vendors hailing from Tyler to Austin. About half of them are new to the show, so expect tons of fresh merchandise to shop!”
Cobb went on to list Little Ladies Boutique, Kelly Christine Sutton, Kristin Miller Jewelry, Odin Leather Goods, and Blue Eye Brown Eye as just a few of the booths she looks forward to “stalking.”
Indeed, finds for everyone in categories spanning home goods, fashion, gifts, and more, will be ripe for the picking. And speaking of picking, in addition to tempting perennial faves and fresh merchandise, fresh
goods of another kind will be available at the Flea for the first time. Think fruits and veggies from Bradford Farm and green thumb goodies by Brumley Gardens.
And that’s not even the half of it. Food trucks, cocktails, and live performances from songwriter Brandin Reed
are among added attractions planned for November 7. So, what are you waiting for? Head over to www.thedallasflea.com
for all the details and advanced tickets ($5). See you at the Flea!
All images, courtesy of the Dallas Flea.