Vintage Market Days®, an upscale, vintage-inspired event comes to the Ellis County Expo Center in Waxahachie, Texas the first weekend of each March. The events are 3-day events, providing amazing vintage shopping, live music, and incredible food.
“The Ellis County Expo Center has incredible character and charm, and really helps set the tone for what our event is about – a Vintage ‘experience’ – not just another sale,” says Stacey. “It has incredible vintage potential to provide a get-away for customers to leave the stress behind, and just enjoy being in a fun environment with some of the most creative people around. We work hard to create an atmosphere that allows our customers to walk away feeling like they were a part of something special.” The 110+ Vintage Market Days vendors are some of the best in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Illinois, Iowa, and New Mexico, and they have been working hard to collect unique items specifically for this event.
Get-away for Customers – Leave Stress Behind, just enjoy Fun Environment
Vintage Market Days is a unique combination of an upscale, vintage-inspired, indoor/outdoor, open-air market along with an event “feel” featuring music, original art, antiques, clothing, handmade treasures, jewelry and home decor, along with demonstrations on anything from painting furniture with chalk paint to repurposing vintage items for another use. Vintage Market Days also has the opportunity to give back at each event. This years’ events are no different. “We are excited to support local non-profit organizations and the work they do in the area and around the world. For more information, please visit https://vintagemarketdays.com/market/so-central-texas/index.php or https://www.facebook.com/events/298868750839417/?ti=icl
Renell Moore is the creator of Texas Vintage Shopper: An Online Comprehensive Texas Antique/Vintage Shop and Event directory featuring more than 780 shops. She has a masters in communication science, speech-language pathology from Texas Woman’s University and a double major in journalism and English from the University of Texas Permian Basin.