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The top 10 pop-ups in Toronto for holiday shopping

Pop-ups for the last few weeks of holiday shopping will cover everyone on your list, and show you a good time as well. The Union Station Holiday pop-up market is perfect for commuters, and most markets feature coffee, snacks and beer to keep you hydrated as you go. Good luck!

  • Can't miss markets and pop-ups
    About the Event
    • December 2-24
      This holiday pop-up shop features five different brands. It runs until December 24 at 12 Ossington Ave., and includes Frank + Oak, KOTN, Bobbies, Mary Young and Chance & Fate.
      Rally Ossington
    • December 5-16
      Toronto Market Co.’s Union Station Holiday Market showcases unique merchandise from specialty retailers, artisans, designers, food merchants and cultural institutions. The market is open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day and admission is free.
      Union Station
    • December 8-28
      A fresh pop-up store,offering a specially curated collection of products from some of Canada’s most gifted artists, designers and creators, and just in time for the holidays. From original clothing, crafty home accents and design-minded accessories to limited-edition works of original Canadian art, it's a unique stop for original gifts inside the mall. You can also use your Air Miles to purchas...
      AIR MILES Pop-Up @ CF Shops at Don Mills
    • December 9
      From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. find unique, handcrafted gifts from local Etsy artisans and the One of a Kind Show showcased vendors selling clothing, jewelry, homewares and more. Admission is free and there'll also be ;ots of raffle prizes throughout the day.
      The Hospital for Sick Children
    • December 10-11
      This is the first Annual two-day weekend holiday pop-up and charity drive for the Costume House. Over 20 of their fave local designers, artists and crafts people come together to show their stuff and bring awareness and support to Nellies Women's Shelter. There will also be beer from Flying Monkey and Blood Brothers!
      165 Geary Ave
    • December 10-11
      The music store's second annul holiday pop-up market features special guest, Grand Electric! There'll also be apparel, accessories and other novelties, plus in-person deals from vendors in the shop, which include Sad Truth Supply, Rosehound Apparel, Midnite Tremors and Mexican vibes from Grand Electric.
      Sonic Boom
    • December 10 - February 28
      The Evergreen Winter Market is now in full swing and in addition to the street food market and Christmas tree lot, there's the Etsy Holiday Makers Market pop-up. Admission is free and you can bet you'll find something adorable while the market is there from December 10 to 23.
      Evergreen Brick Works
    • December 11
      This holiday pop-up from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. features a specially selected group of vendors like Elizabeth Atwood, Facade Toronto, Alysha Alex and 42 other made-in-Canada vendors. You can also get a cookie ornament personalized by the in-house bakers Pass The Cookies.
    • December 11
      Head to the Bistro inside the District 28 space from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. for this East end holiday market. There will be vendors selling everything from vintage clothing to homemade pillows. District 28 Bar/Bistro will also be offering great food, hot coffee, cocktails and beer! Admission consists of a nonperishable food item to assist the Red Door Family Shelter.
    • December 17
      Featuring unique artwork and objects from an incredible group of artists from the Akin Collective studios, this holiday market coincides with the Xpace Cultural Centre Holiday Zine & Maker Fair happening next door. Check out the work of local artists and enjoy a local beer and some amazing food at the Lansdowne Brewery! Admission to this one is free.
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