Los Angeles Magazine
Why Los Feliz Lost Its Most Iconic Flea Market
Los Feliz Flea only sprouted up in 2019, but the local market quickly became a staple of L.A. secondhand shopping culture. Spearheaded by Phillip and Shelly Dane, it cultivated a loyal following, exuberant vendors and an event to pencil in every Saturday for Angelenos.
Flea Market on the Move
The Los Feliz Flea market is leaving Los Feliz. After operating for the last few years at John Marshall High School, the weekly flea market is moving to the top of a parking structure in Victor Heights between Echo Park and Downtown.
Los Angeles Times
This must be Los Feliz
“So much of my joy of being in L.A. is being able to step out of my apartment and hike up to Griffith Park,” said David Montgomery, selling his artwork on a Saturday afternoon at the Los Feliz Flea.
Los Feliz Flea leaves for a rooftop just beyond Echo Park
Los Feliz Flea market is keeping its name. But it’s leaving Los Feliz. After operating for the last few years at John Marshall High School, the weekly flea market is moving to a parking structure between Echo Park and Downtown.
Watch Out for Vintage Land, LA’s Only Rooftop Flea Market, a Cultural Hub That Celebrates Local Makers
LA's only rooftop flea market, Vintage Land, a cultural hub that supports local businesses and offers a unique space for vintage enthusiasts, is set to open on January 6th and 7th, 2024
One of L.A.’s Most Famous High Schools Has Scored a Weekly Flea Market
L.A. thrifters and vintage aficionados can thank the folks behind The Odd Market for creating some of their favorite indie bazaars around town. (Co-founder Phillp Dane created the flea that inspired the beloved Melrose Trading Post at his alma mater.) His company's latest endeavor
Sportsmen’s Lodge 1st Thursdays Night Market
Rows of night market merchants will be offering a motley collection of interesting products. While the vendor list is still being trimmed by LA Event Co's Phillip Dane, the ranks will include Rustic Threads, Detroit Trash, and Treehaus...
The Deli Magazine
It’s an all-ages event right across from the LA Zoo
It’s Friday and you wanna turn up, but keep it kinda classy. Picnic in the evening before evenings start at 5. Try some new gourmet food trucks. Check out some art, DIY crafts, and fashion. Go out and people-watch. Anything but Netflix and chill...
ArtQuench Supports The Odd Market
It’s official! From the man who brought you Dodger Stadium Flea, Downtown Flea and Melrose Flea launches his next epic adventure, ODD NIGHTS AT THE AUTRY. Curator Phillip Dane brings another community hot spot to life...
Dodger Stadium to sport: flea market shopping
Echo Park Lake’s Sunday Swap Meet will be getting some competition – from Dodger Stadium. Flea market operator Phillip Dane plans to launch the L.A. Flea Market on July 18 in the stadium parking lots overlooking downtown. More than half of the 600 vendor spaces...
Eater Los Angeles
Downtown Flea, a New Flea Market and Food Festival
A new flea market meets food festival is headed to Downtown LA July 28. Downtown Flea will house as many as 400 Etsy-type vendors between four parking lots on the fourth Sunday of every month. It's the creation of Phillip Dane...