The popular Randolph Street Market returns in September, November and December with loads of vintage treasures!

The popular Randolph Street Market returns in September, November and December with loads of vintage treasures!

Randolph Street Market will return to its home at Plumber’s Hall (1350 W. Washington) on September 24/25; November 12/13 and December 17/18. Anyone who is a fan of vintage, is sure to be excited to hear this news! Founder Sally Schwartz has meticulously curated 175 vendors for the September market and will also offer unique food, inspired cocktails, and continuous live music. It will be held outside and inside rain or shine!

At the market, you can find a huge variety of art, food, antiques, drinks, vintage décor, ephemera, vintage and indie designer fashion, jewelry, vinyl, global goods and more. Above all, Sally wants to create a party around the market and she always nails it. You will meet new friends and greet old all while shopping, drinking, eating and listening to live music in a festive atmosphere!

And, for the first time, there will be a parking garage available right next to the market! No more circling the block, it will be easy to carry your finds back to your car. Sally hopes you can spend more time shopping and less time parking.

Randolph Street Market has been named as one of the “best flea markets for summer shopping” in Architectural Digest; One of “9 flea markets you must visit before you die” in Better Homes & Gardens and “the best flea market in Chicago” by TimeOut Chicago magazine.

Tickets are good for both days and there are a wide variety of choices, see them here: randolphstreetmarket.com

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