The inner west fave - The Makers & Shakers Market - returns this Spring!
The Makers & Shakers Market is an exciting market experience, proudly presented by the same creative team behind the super popular Round She Goes fashion market.
This is indoor, curated, retail event is dedicated to showcasing beautiful handmade homewares, delicious gourmet foods and stunning lifestyle products by Inner West's finest and emerging new talent.
Held twice a year in Sydney, the event attracts market lovers from near and far who care about where things come from, how things are made and what they are made of.
The second and final event of the year will be held on Saturday 6 October 2018 in the convenient location of Marrickville Town Hall from 9am to 3pm.
The Makers & Shakers Market is your one-stop-shop for affordable and distinctive wares. You'll find 60 top-notch quality stalls, offering an array of homewares, furniture, food, flowers, stationery, original prints, photography, jewellery and fashion all under one roof. The event celebrates makers who are driven by their passion to produce authentic, individual and quality products and services.
The October 2018 stallholder line up includes the likes of Andrea Smith Illustration, Wouldyoubuy, Public Holiday, Jase & Frankie, Eggpicnic, Aedel, Ruby Raisin and many more. Check out the stallholder line up here.
There will also be lots of delicious things to eat, including toasted sandwiches from Mister Toast, doughnuts from Nutie and Shortstop, plus kombucha, local honey, chutney and pickles! Of course, there will be speciality coffee and plenty of tasty gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian food options in an indoor seated area.
The Makers & Shakers Market aims to give makers and creators an affordable and fun place to show and sell their wares, and for shoppers to have an awesome day out, as well as pick up some wonderful new treasures along the way.
Entry is priced $2 per person and kids under 12 are FREE.
It is recommended that shoppers bring some cash and there will be an ATM available in the foyer. Many of the stallholders will accept cards and cash.