The top 10 markets and pop-ups in Toronto this April
April 2, 2019
The top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for April 2019 are here to help you freshen up your wardrobe with new-to-you designer duds and vintage finds. The Parkdale, Bellwoods and Leslieville fleas are back and there’s a female-owned night market to look forward to.
Can’t miss markets and pop-ups
This Toronto-based online vintage shop is popping up inside the Drake General store to feature an eclectic assortment of handpicked vintage finds.
Drake General Store
Influencers are clearing out their designer duds during this sale with men’s and women’s clothing an accessories found on the cheap.
Ethically-sourced products are the focus of this huge expo with over 150 exhibitors selling planet-friendly fashion, beauty and home goods.
The Parkdale Flea is back with a spring market stacked with locally-made items, art, vintage clothes and crafts. Dogs welcome!
Etsy comes alive as local Toronto makers drop by to sell their handmade arts and crafts, treats, fashion, gifts and lifestyle goods.
The world’s only 100 per cent waterproof sneaker company is popping up in the Eaton Centre to get you good and ready for spring puddle season.
The Bellwoods Flea is back with local vendors and artisans on hand with a huge range of sustainable, handmade and specialty items.
Freshen up your drip at this huge vintage streetwear flea with old-school Tommy Hilfiger, Champion, Kappa, Gucci and more up for grabs.
Over 60 female-owned vendors are coming out for this huge night market with jewelry, clothing, skincare, beauty, art, home decor and more.
The Fermenting Cellar is playing host to the huge flea market with a special focus on vintage clothing, salvaged goods, antiques and collectibles.
The Fermenting Cellar
by Lisa Power