Vintage Bazaar Held in Salisbury

A fun summer event and inspiring treasure hunt in one.




Photo by Christine Richenburg

Whether you are searching for a vintage find, beautiful one-of-a-kind piece, or just looking for something unique to do for the day—The Vintage Bazaar is the ideal place.

Stroll through display gardens, visit each “outdoor boutique,” and stop along the way to enjoy treats from local food vendors. Each bazaar we add more elements of fun to keep our junk-seeking fans on their toes with cameras ready.

Over 175 talented vendors, from across the country {from the east coast to the west coast}, travel to Pettengill Farm to set-up shop during our semi-annual two-day festival. Their spectacular displays and unique wares, including architectural salvage, indie crafts, and more.

This weekend festival also offers unique fare and food trucks, live music, free family-friendly activities, special guest appearances, book signings and fun demonstrations. So mark your calendars, grab your family and friends, and come on down the June and September bazaar at Pettengill Farm. Happy Hunting!

The Vintage Bazaar will also be road tripping and popping up at other venues in 2016. More information and details coming soon!

 

2016 DATES

JUNE 25 & 26 | SEPTEMBER 24 & 25  

JUNE & SEPTEMBER BAZAAR HOURS:

Saturday: 10a.m.-5p.m.

Sunday: 10a.m.-5p.m.

Early Bird Hours – Saturday Only – 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.

 

General Daily Admission:  $10

Early Bird & Weekend Passes:  $15

Free admission for children under 12

Location:  Pettengill Farm – 45 Ferry Road, Salisbury

 

For more information, visi mybazaarlife.com

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