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Thursday, May 31, 2018

The top 10 markets and pop-ups in Toronto this June

Markets and pop-ups in Toronto this June are a mix of goods from different kinds of sellers, including high fashion vintage items and streetwear, art pieces and cheese pieces, plus a Pride edition of the Bellwoods Flea.

Events you might want to check out:

Onemeth Goods x MTV Pop-Up Shop (June 1-17 @ 277 Queen Street West)
ONEMETH Goods and MTV are partnering up for a pop-up event with clothing and accessories curated to celebrate the intersection of music and fashion.
90's/2000's Vintage Streetwear Flea Market (June 2 @ 1305 Dundas St W)
Back again is this huge flea stuffed with vintage streetwear from old school brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Champion, Kappa, Gucci and Ralph Lauren.
King West Summer Pop-Up (June 2-3 @ Portland Market)
King West's transformation into a community zone gets a bump with this free, summer market featuring makers, designers and brands galore.
Artisan Cheese Night Market (June 7 @ St Lawrence Market, North Hall)
The first of its kind in Canada, this night market promises cheese and charcuterie from artisan cheese makers, plus drinks and live music.
Danforth East Yard Sale (June 9 @ Danforth East)
One of the city's biggest yard sales is taking over Danforth East with goods for sale, plus live entertainment, kids activities and more.
Beaches Arts and Crafts Show (June 9-10 @ Kew Gardens)
Expect over 150 artists and designers to take up shop in Kew Gardens over two days to showcase handmade goods, original fashion pieces, fine art and more.
Archival Toronto (June 15-17 @ Hide)
This curated fashion pop-up seeks to create a selection of over 100 items from industry legends that have had an impact on fashion.
Night Market 6ix (June 15 @ Canoe Landing Park)
New this year, art and food come together for this night market in one of the city's newest parks, with all proceeds going to charity.
Pride Market (June 17 @ The Great Hall)
The Trinity Bellwoods Flea gets in the sprit of Pride Month with a market dedicated to supporting LGBTQ artisans, makers and business owners.
Black Owned Summer Market (June 17 @ Artscape Wychwood Barns)
Black-owned businesses from various industries come together to sell their goods and services alongside music, performances and food.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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