There’s an event in Myrtle Beach that’s the talk of the craft and antique community. Vintage Market Days is scheduled Sept. 30-Oct. 2 at Myrtle Beach Sports Center. It’s an exclusive vintage-inspired market featuring:
Sellers will have their passions and talents on exhibit, and you can bring some of the amazing goods home with you. The agenda:
Friday, Sept. 30
Saturday, Oct. 1
Sunday, Oct. 2
Children 12 and younger get free admission. You can pay with cash and credit cards at the gate. One ticket is good for re-entry all weekend.
These national events happen throughout the year. It’s an excellent shopping opportunity. If you collect, make, or decorate, this is the weekend for you. See all your Pinterest boards coming alive.
It’s a wonderful place for anyone curious about:
There will be more than 200 booths and 100-plus nationwide vintage dealers. They’ve done the hunting for you. Vendors obtain truckloads of repurposed and specialty finds for home decor.
Yes! Country Living magazine named this one of “7 Flea Markets and Barn Sales not to miss.” There are 60 events nationwide, in places likely to host successful shows.
It’s a juried event with dealers decided by three standards:
You’ll see not only high-grade wares but also sellers who complement each other. That makes for the best experience. Vintage Market Days takes applications for those who specialize in items that are:
The show accepts limited dealers who sell vintage-inspired clothes and home decor. Also invited to take part:
Applicants must include links to online pictures or photos. Please demonstrate an ability to merchandise your items, too, with attention to detail. Event organizers distribute booths on a first-come, first-served basis.
Turn your day into a morning of shopping, lunch, and more shopping! Wear comfortable shoes and hit the ground running.
If you had a seasoned consultant assisting you, they’d say to bring a cart and bags and pack snacks. Dress in layers for temperature deviations.
You will notice hundreds of items, so if you want to compare, carry a pad and pen. Or use your smartphone note-taking app.
Do so with consideration. It’s usually worth it. Understand what you want, how much you’re ready to pay for it, and what a reasonable offer would be.