After the chaos of Hurricane Dorian, who's ready for a Sunday that doesn't involve yard work? In only a week, on Sunday, September 15th from noon to 5 pm, the Holy City Vintage Market returns to the vintage furniture rental warehouse that is the French Eclectic, where lush vintage lounges make for excellent photo opps and a whopping two dozen vendors are ready to dress you for Fall in affordable, one-of-a-kind secondhand gems.
As always, free, boozy punch will be up for grabs, while Brunch Holiday Truck will be stationed outside with that good grub to perfectly top off this Sunday Funday happening at the tail end of summer.
Confirmed vendors are: Runaround Sue Vintage, Frenchie Vintage, fk vintage, Grease Kelly Vintage, Third Eye Vintage, Threads Todisco, Homesick Housewares, Peachy Keen Creations, Undead Threads, Crass Stitchery, Haus of Hygiene, Ancien. Vintage, Major Vintage, and Second Line Vintage.
Organizers are also excited to welcome nonprofits Closet Case Thrift (proceeds support We Are Family) and the ACLU — they'll be on hand to talk about their Rights for All campaign, which the Market fully supports.
This is a rain or shine market, and there will be even more vendors, stationed outside, if the sun shows itself all day. Those vendors are: Dry Run Goods, Manall, Mary Me Vintage, OGT Boutique, Thriftee Nickel, Cosmic Vintage, Charlie Town Prints, Salt & Stem flower truck, and Tinted Saga.
This is a free, family-friendly experience. Facebook event is here. Get further updates on Instagram: @holycityvintagemarket