Dallas Flea Market opens in Trinity Groves Saturday
Dallas’ most anticipated flea market pops up in Trinity Groves this Saturday, March 7.
Over 90 vendors will be on site, selling everything from clothes, jewelry and accessories to antiques, collectibles and furniture.
Shopping begins at 9 a.m. with a $5 entry fee.
The event is a mecca for Dallas’ vintage enthusiasts and artisans alike.
Handmade dog collars, bright fabric umbrellas, eccentric baby costumes, and other curious items have lined aisles in years past.
More traditional flea marketgoers will love perusing items like rustic doors, 1950’s kitschy goods, intricate armoires, rusting colorful bicycles, and reupholstered armchairs.
DFW-renowned artists, potters, welders, photographers, event planners, florists and more will be there to set up shop.
This year’s first Dallas Flea, which occurs quarterly, has stepped up its panache.
Food trucks, live music, photo booths, kid-friendly areas, and other surprises are in store. Dining options will include Steel City Pops, Brunch truck DFW, sliders and more.
The Dallas Flea aims to do good as well as entertain. Proceeds from the event will benefit several charities, including Dwell with Dignity, a nonprofit which designs home interiors for those in need; and The Akola Project, a jewelry company that seeks to employ women from developing countries.
With the uncertainty of recent weather conditions, planning your trip to the Dallas Flea in advance is advisable. The Dallas Flea is located at 2900 Batan Street.
For more information, visit thedallasflea.com.