Franklin Flea Debuts First Open-Air Market in Society Hill

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Franklin Flea will debut its first open-air market in Philly next weekend, in Society Hill at the McCall School Yard. Founder Mark Vevle tells me he’s curated a collection of vendors selling everything from vintage home goods (Hood & Antler) and clothing (Coast to Coast Mobile Vintage) to new and handmade products by purveyors like Yardsale Press, and Enliven.

A caravan of food trucks will also lineup. Look out for lobster, crab and shrimp rolls from Luke’s Lobster, and sweet treats from Milk + Sugar and Lil’ Pop ShopPeddler Coffee will also be there to rev you up for a full day of dollar-dropping.

There will be live music, too, courtesy of BridgeSet Sound. The market takes place on July 19th and August 16th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the McCall School Yard at 7th and Delancey streets. For more information, go here. And check out a list of more of the vendors below.

Hood & Antler
360 Curators / The Artist Warehouse
Vintage Cid
Territory Hard Goods
Stuff 2 Day

Coast to Coast Mobile Vintage (vintage clothiers)

New & Handmade
Yardsale Press (original prints)
Enliven (planters)

Luke’s Lobster
Hocks N Coqs
Lil’ Pop Shop 
Milk + Sugar
Peddler Coffee

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