2300 Penn Avenue
Second Sundays through October
11 a.m. — 4 p.m.

Collectors, pickers, thrifters and hagglers of all ilks will flock to the next edition of the Neighborhood Flea to search for fab finds this Sunday.

Courtesy Neighborhood Flea.

Courtesy Neighborhood Flea.

Setting up shop at 2300 Penn Avenue in the Strip District, the pop-up urban marketplace offers a complementary shopping experience adding to the renowned produce and food vendors that line Pittsburgh’s vibrant Strip District.

Held on the second Sunday of every month from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Neighborhood Flea runs through October.

This month’s selection will feature 70 local and regional sellers peddling everything from furniture, jewelry and cosmetics, to reclaimed wooden wares, photography and vintage clothing.

Courtesy Neighborhood Flea.

Courtesy Neighborhood Flea.

Featured vendors for July include: Champaign Paper, Pisarcik Greenhouses and Flower Farm, Ikoa Design, THREEafrica, Daykore, The Moose Woodshop, Red Clay Tile Works, Simon’s Granddaughter, The Art of Salvage UrbanHide, and many more.

Satisfy your hunger and quench your summer thirst with locally crafted fare from top food and beverage purveyors and food trucks, such as Olive & Marlowe, Franktuary, Happy Camper Cakes, Mac & Gold Truck, Randita’s, South Side BBQ, Stickler’s, and Zeke’s Coffee.

In addition to all of the treasure hunting, The Neighborhood Flea will also include live art, music by DJ EZ Lou, pop-up fitness activities, and hands-on workshops.

View an entire schedule here.

Looking for more events? Read our 10 Pittsburgh events not to miss in JulyEverything you need to know about Pittsburgh concerts in Julyand our Top 10 things for families to do in July in Pittsburgh feature articles.

About The Author

Arts + Events editor

Former arts & culture editor of Pop City; worked at the Mattress Factory, Brooklyn Museum of Art and Dahesh Museum of Art. Co-author of Pittsburgh Signs Project: 250 Signs of Western Pennsylvania and co-coordinator of Handmade Arcade. In a band called The Garment District; founding member of Brooklyn's The Ladybug Transistor.

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