The Indie Flea brings together dozens of the best food vendors, makers, artists, florists, and more for a monthly market celebrating all things Tampa Bay. It’s the latest event to call 1920 Ybor (1920 E 7th Ave) home. The Indie Flea is free to attend and will be held on the second Sunday of each month. Make sure to follow Indie Flea on Instagram and its website for event announcements and future vendor opportunities.
The official market dates are Feb 11, Mar 10, and Apr 14. This event is also totally family-friendly and is a major economic driver for local creatives. Hundreds upon hundreds of people attend the market each month; it’s one of the greatest showcases of what makes Tampa, and the greater Tampa area such a great place to live.
You can find freshly baked pastries, vintage clothing, hand-dyed and sewn statement pieces, tea and coffee, books, toys, local art, and so much more at this market. The Indie Flea remains a vital ongoing event for makers in the Tampa area. The event also allows for an open streets experience of Historic Ybor City.
Rosey Williams first launched Indie Flea on the 600 Block of Central Avenue in St. Pete with a small array of area artists and bands. What began as a mini block party has morphed into one of the most must-attend shopping events in the region. In addition to operating the Indie Flea at 1920, the event will also return to St. Pete at The Factory (2606 Fairfield Ave S), a large arts venue in the Warehouse Arts District. The St. Pete Indie Flea runs Feb 18, Mar 3, and Apr 7.
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