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We Angelenos like our goods indie and locally rendered, affording this holidation edition of Odd Market a welcome spot
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For one day only, the Odd Market is setting up shop at Bunker Hill’s Wells Fargo Center Plaza. Expect to shop from over 35 local vendors in jewelry, fashion, art, home goods, unique vintage items, gourmet foods and much more.
Still reeling from Black Friday? As Christmas draws near, steer clear of bustling department stores and head to the Wells Fargo Center atrium
Cancel your Sunday plans. Early morning hike? Not anymore. Brunch with friends? Another time. This Sunday will be the very beginning of Downtown Flea’s new schedule. We’re talking every Sunday.
DOWNTOWN/CHINATOWN—Lest you forget, the Downtown LA Flea is going down every Sunday. This weekend, though, to celebrate Chinese New Year the flea market is happening both Saturday and Sunday during Chinatown's festival.
Melrose Trading Post
You may have heard that there is a new flea market popping up in Downtown. The new Downtown Flea was created by event creator Philip Dane. What you may not know is that Mr. Dane has a history with Fairfax High School!
You don't have to look far to find a food truck wherever you are in Los Angeles, but having more than 25
Phillip Dane Productions is launching an inventive and unique event this summer that brings together the elements of a block party, flea market, and food festival. Located in the Historic Core of Downtown Los Angeles, Phillip Dane has christened it Downtown Flea. The four lot city marketplace will showcase up to 400 local indie designers and crafts people; emphasizing unique vintage, collectible and antique dealers.
Sportsmen’s Lodge First Thursday’s Night MarketBrings a Bazaar Scene to Studio City Beginning May 1 50 Vendors, 10 Food Trucks, Four-Hour Happy Hour at Pool Bar,Dinner Specials at New Patio Café, and 20% Discount for a One-Night Stayin Re-Imagined New Guest Room
Described as ‘Etsy meets brick and mortar,” the Odd Market at Casa Vertigo will take a bow on Sept. 21, at Casa Vertigo at 1828 Oak Street in downtown Los Angeles.