Randolph Street’s Holiday Market 11.19-11.20

Presented by the producers of the Randolph Street Market, the Holiday Market provides a unique mix of smartly priced antique, vintage and modern goods makes for a simple and convenient one-stop shopping for memorable and custom-made gifts.

Get your holiday shopping off to the right start with gifts in all price ranges, from thrifty to extravagant. You will discover fabulous keepsakes from embroidered hankies to estate jewelry. Timeless antiques and modern treasures including vintage and indie fashion, jewelry, art, decorative objects, house wares, and more will make this holiday a memorable experience for gift givers of all ages!

Free Parking & Free Gift Wrapping… Holiday shopping has never been easier.

In a fun and fanciful space, make this holiday the richest and most memorable experience for you and everyone you love with fabulous keepsakes from the Randolph Street’s Holiday Market!

NEW for 2011:
• Complimentary Furniture Delivery* within downtown Chicago! Click for info.
• Lower online advance ticket price! $8 general / $3 student
• Kids under 12 always FREE!
• FREE PARKING in huge Plumbers Hall lot for all indoor shows!
• Shopping Refund Vouchers for Admission by Vendors: Each voucher is for $5 off and the vendors should reduce the purchase price by $5 on items valued $25 or more. Note that not all vendors are able to honor the voucher due to their profit margins and customer should ask vendor if they accept the voucher before they shop in their booth.

Randolph Street Market Festival Grand Opening 5.28-5.29

Where: 1350 W. Randolph Street
& 1340 W. Washington
Chicago, IL
www.randolphstreetmarket.com

When: May 28-29, 2011
Saturday- 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday- 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Anyone looking to spruce up their home, wardrobe or garden with something truly special and exceptional should look no further than The Randolph Street Market Festival, returning to Chicago’s trendy West Loop neighborhood for its 8th season this Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May 29. New lower admission fees, $8 online/$10 at the gate (good for both days), make the Market even more of a bargain hunter’s dream this year. Held one weekend of each summer month, May through September, the European-style, indoor-outdoor market has earned an international reputation as one of the finest and most diverse antique markets in the world, drawing comparisons to Paris’ legendary Le marché au puces de Saint-Ouen.

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