SALT LAKE CITY -- The Urban Flea Market has returned to Salt Lake City this summer for its fifth year, and the event will be held on the second Sunday of each month from now until October.
Sunday's market featured more than 80 vendors, and the event is located at 600 South between Main Street and West Temple. Going forward it will be open from 9 a.m .to 3 p.m. on the second Sunday of each month (June 14, July 12, August 9, September 13 and October 11).
The event is Salt Lake City’s largest flea market, and visitors can find and sell antiques, vintage items, secondhand goods, and locally made arts and crafts.
Michael Sanders, a co-organizer for Urban Flea Market, said the market appeals to people of all ages and is a good outing for families.
“It’s very family friendly,” he said. “You can come out, bring the kids, bring the whole family. There's music, there are food trucks, we have a coffee shop on-site--plenty of free parking and it's a great time on a Sunday here in Salt Lake City.”
There is no charge for admission to the flea market. For more information, click here.