Top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for July 2018 are noteworthy for the return of Union Summer. Any one of these markets makes for a good day of perusing through clothes, artwork, pins and patches, food and anything else you're looking for.Events you might want to check out:
Union Summer (July 1 - August 19 @ Union Station)
This huge summer market shows off the best of the newly renovated station with vendors, shopping, programming and events all summer long.
Toronto Outdoor Art Fair (July 6-8 @ Nathan Phillips Square)
Nathan Phillips Square transforms into a huge marketplace with artists selling original works, plus a beer garden courtesy of Henderson Brewing Co.
Junction Night Market (July 7 @ The Junction)
Back again is this huge night market with local vendors, musicians and activities on hand for this enviromentally-friendly festival.
Really Really Free Market (July 7 @ Campbell Park)
Your money's no good at this really, really free market. Everything is free. No money. No swapping. Really.
Hue Shift Pop-Up (July 7-8 @ The Black Cat)
This graphic design pop-up highlights the work of Toronto-based designers and makers with graphic design-esque products and prints.
Ontario Vintage Market (July 8-22 @ Evergreen Brick Works)
Oldies and nothin' but vintage goodies are on at Brickworks for two Sundays this month.
Night It Up (July 13-15 @ Markham Civic Centre)
Markham's annual outdoor festival is back, showcasing Asian street foods and nightly performances.
Toronto Flower Market (July 14 @ CAMH)
This July instalment of TFM is, as always, filled with locally-sourced flowers and custom bouquets from Toronto-based vendors.
Trinity Bellwoods Flea (July 15 @ The Great Hall)
The mid-summer Bellwoods Flea is on with local artisans, designers vendors and makers selling a range of neat stuff.
Toronto Pin and Patch Show (July 29 @ The Great Hall)
Looking to express yourself through pin or patch? Local makers will be selling handmade pins and embroidered patches made by the artists.
by Lisa Power via blogTO