Junction flea market

The Junction gets a new flea market

If you miss the Junction Flea's cozy apparition in the (still) empty Dundas West lot and are, perhaps, unable to leave the Junction for Sterling Road's flea on a weekend (say, this weekend) in your post-brunch haze, don't fret it. The hood's newest concert venue Junction City Music Hall has something special in store for local shoppers of vintage goods, hand-mades, and baked treats - I'm hazarding a guess you won't find dice made of human teeth at this flea, but I'll stop by just to make sure.

On September 20, the day of this year's Junction Music Fest featuring The Sadies, Kashka, and more, the bar will host their first JCMH flea market at 2907 Dundas West (just west of Keele). Shop clothes, vinyl, and treats while sipping on a drink from the bar from 12-6pm. The added bonus, of course, is the multi-stage free festival outside will merge music, food, and mingling in such a way that you can drink your way through brunch > flea market > music > snacks > dog-spotting without ever leaving a two block radius. Check out the vendor list for the flea here.

Photo of Junction City Music Hall by Jesse Milns.


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