2017 Markets & Craft Fairs

 

Markets & Art Fairs

Market Season is here!  Please see our schedule below, which we will update often, and come on out to browse new, bespoke, and longtime favorite wares.  Cheers!

 
 

RENEGADE CRAFT FAIR

CHICAGO, IL

SEPTEMBER 9 - 10,  2017

11 - 7 PM, Saturday
11 - 7 PM, Sunday

Booth Coming Soon - Exact location also coming soon.

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For the 15th year in a row, Renegade Craft Fair has held it's flagship event in Wicker Park in Chicago, IL and it's always one of our favorites of the year!  Over 400 makers and artists will be selling wares, clothing, jewelry, furniture, food, drinks, and more.  We can't wait to join in with Tray Sets, Planted Succulents, Vasescapes, Bowls, Splash Mugs, and so much more.  See you soon Chicago!

RenegadeChicago.com

 

 

DIY STREET FAIR

FERNDALE, MI

SEPTEMBER 22 - 24,  2017

6 - Midnight, Friday
11 - Midnight, Saturday
11 - 11 PM, Sunday

Booth Coming Soon - Exact location also coming soon.

Google Map

Located in the heart of Ferndale, Michigan, DIY Street Fair is back for another year of art, food, and music!  It's our first year attending so come on out for a lively weekend in the streets of adorable Ferndale.  Over 175 makers and artists will gather, join us and browse Bud Vases, Tray Sets, Mugs, Jewelry, Planted Succulents, Planters, Wine Sets, Bowls, and new wares.

DIYFerndale.com

 

 

ST. JAMES COURT ART SHOW

LOUISVILLE, KY

OCTOBER 6 - 8,  2017

10 - 6 PM, Friday
10 - 6 PM, Saturday
10 - 5 PM, Sunday

Booth Coming Soon - Exact location also coming soon.

Google Map

During this three-day event you’ll find works of art in 17 artistic mediums, from clay to wood, created by over 700 talented artists. Located in the charming historic district of St. James Court, this renowned art fair offers much so see, eat, and drink.  We will be traveling down from Detroit with Planted Succulents, Bowls, Vasescapes, Drinking Vessels, Planters, and so much more!

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