‘Be the Joy’ at the Vintage Market in Downtown Summerlin

Spring ahead with an outdoor event for those who love unique vintage finds

By OTS Staff

Enjoy food truck treats and hunting for retro clothing at Vintage Market Days, an upcoming shopping experience. Vintage Market Days is an open-air market with upcycled antiques, rare clothing, hand-crafted treasures and more.

Whether it’s one-of-a-kind jewelry or home decor that you’re after, the vendors will sell their specialty of vintage goods. Food trucks will be serving as well, including: Dapper Donuts, Snowie Paradice and Soda Therapy.


Lounge in communal areas with rentals designed by Modern Vintage and buy a water sake for $2 (proceeds of water sake will benefit non-profit organization, Serving Our Kids, which serves weekend meals for underprivileged kids in Southern Nevada).



THE DEETS

WHAT: “Be the Joy” Vintage Market event

WHEN: For early buying, attend on April 30 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and for general admission, visit May 1 and May 2 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

WHERE: Lawn at Downtown Summerlin

INSTA WORTHY TIP: Come camera ready to take photos of the live entertainment and specially made backdrops by Las Vegas favorites: Jeremy Cornwell, Flora Couture, Celebrations by Karly and Modern Vintage Rentals.

Get tickets here.


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