Explore pop-up shops stocked full of retro fashions and rare finds during the three-day Vintage Only Marketplace popping up in the RiNo District April 5 to 7. The marketplace features clothing, furniture, home decor, jewelry, vinyl records and more from the 1940s to 2000. Local food trucks will transform their menu for the weekend with retro flair, and a selection of vintage-inspired bars will be serving up specialty cocktails, beer and wine to thirsty thrifters.
On Saturday and Sunday, April 6 & 7, Bonfire Vintage opens to the public at 10 a.m. Shop more than 30 vintage collections. You’ll find everything from women’s clothing, jewelry and handbags curated by LGT Vintage and New Relevance Vintage to home decor and furniture from Mile High Vintage and Iota.
Find 90’s streetwear and denim from Remenence VTG and S.A.C. Thrift and vinyl records (yep, the real deal LPs) from Something Vinyl Club.
In addition to pop-up shops, Mobile Boutiques, Heir Vintage and The Hop are parking their retro Fashion Trucks inside the event all weekend long. Go here for the full vendor lineup.
Beyond shopping vintage and thrift finds, attendees can enjoy retro-inspired cocktail menus, food trucks serving throwback menus, photo booths, outdoor fire pits, and much more. General Admission is $5 and is good for both Saturday and Sunday.
The Marketplace is at 2750 Blake St., Denver.