I love going to flea markets and I’m sooooooo excited about leaving tomorrow to go to Antique Alley! I love them so much that if I can’t go, I watch them on YouTube! So in case you can’t come see us at Antique Alley, here are TEN of my favorite flea market videos for you to watch!
Flea Market Videos
1.) I’ll start with a video that I made of Antique Alley. This is a twice-a-year show that stretches from Cleburne to Grandview to Maypearl, in Texas. Just south of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. If you live in that area sign up for my email list to get reminders of when it’s coming up.
Here are some blog posts with more photos from Antique Alley:
2.) Marburger Farm, also in Texas. This is also twice a year, usually a week or so after Antique Alley.
3.) Warrenton/Round Top, Texas — features the Junk Gypsies:
4.) Roses and Rust Vintage Market, Anderson, California (near Redding) — Love, love, love this show! I almost wish I didn’t sell at it so I could just shop. This one include a vintage trailer rally and I love going in to all the trailers!
You can find more photos on these blog posts:
- Roses and Rust Vintage Market, Spring 2015
- Roses and Rust Vintage Market, Spring 2014
- Roses and Rust Trailer Rally, Spring 2014
5.) Treasure Island Flea, San Francisco, California — I’m at this one almost every month. Has a very energetic, creative and urban flea market feel. Lots of makers at this market.
Find more photos of Treasure Island Flea on these posts:
- My first time to sell at Treasure Island Flea
- Treasure Island Flea, March 2014
- Other vendors at TIFlea, March 2014
- Treasure Island Flea, May 2014
6.) Alameda Flea Market, Alameda, California — right across the Bay. I’ve never sold here.
7.) And one of these days I want to make it up to Washington to go to the Farm Chicks Show.
8.) Here’s a longer video for the Farm Chicks show:
9.) Junk Bonanza! This one starts out really slow. You can skip the first 1 1/2 minutes. They took a video of driving to the show. After that it’s no talking, just walking around the show looking at junk.
10.) And last, but not least, the Rose Bowl Flea Market. I still haven’t been here so this was a good video to get a feel of what it’s like.
Thanks for joining my little virtual field trip! Leave a comment and let me know what is YOUR favorite flea market. And do you have a video of it? I’d love to see it.
‘Til the next market,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim