Pop-up marketplace Saturday to underline selected products from over 80 internal vendors
July 25, 2015 - garden totes
On Saturday, a pop-up marketplace from Vintage Charlotte (VTG CLT) will underline selected and handmade products from some-more than 80 internal vendors. The marketplace will horde a ticketed VIP eventuality Friday evening, too.
The market, in a fourth year, will be open in a room during 2205 N. Tryon St. from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturday. It’s giveaway during those hours though charges $5 for 10 a.m. opening if shoppers wish to kick a crowds.
Local vendors will be offered all kinds of hand-crafted products like home decor, baby clothes, accessories, ceramics and jewelry.
The eventuality is partnering with Sycamore Brewing to offer shoppers a drink garden, with The Daily Press CLT to yield coffee and with Juan Taco Truck, Bleu Barn Bistro and King of Pops-Charlotte to yield a accumulation of dining options.
Yelp Charlotte will also give divided selling bags to a initial 400 patrons.
Vintage products enthusiasts can emporium forward of time during a market’s VIP Shop Friday that lasts from 6 to 9 p.m. Tickets for a event, that can be purchased online, are $25 and buy shoppers a receptacle bag, Sycamore Brewing drink pint and appetizers from Fit You Meals, Heirloom and Tapas 51.
The market’s nonprofit partner, Green Teacher Network Charlotte, will horde a wordless auction that night featuring packages of homemade goods.