Fargo Antiques & Repurposed Market, aka The FARM, announces its annual summer flea market - with live music this year!
Held the third weekend in June, the annual summer event brings numerous buyers to the antique mall’s parking lot which is full of vendors selling their antiques, collectible toys, vintage vinyl, mid-century furnishings, rustic garden items, repurposed furnishings, and other vintage wares.
Along with the booths outside, all the vendors inside the antique mall will be having sales as well. The Holiday Hayloft and Tool Shed have been restocked with fresh items - which will also be on sale.
In addition to the antique picking, there will be live music at this year’s June flea market.
The Bluegrass Association of North Dakota (B.A.N.D.), a local nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of bluegrass music in North Dakota, will be in attendance both days of the flea market. B.A.N.D. will be performing live jam sessions on Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm until 5 pm.
Kristi Bixby, owner of the antique mall, says, “The FARM values being an active member of the Fargo-Moorhead community. And naturally, as an antique mall, we are all about preserving history, which B.A.N.D. is doing. Besides, after the year we've all had, who doesn't want to hoot and holler - maybe even dance a little?”
The FARM’s Annual Summer Flea Market runs Saturday, June 19th, from 10 am until 6 pm, and Sunday, June 20th, from noon until 6 pm. It is free and open to the public.
See you at The FARM!
PS To get an idea of what the music and event will be like, check out five members from B.A.N.D. and one of our vendors, Fair Oaks Antiques, live on 95.9 KRFF “This Side Of Country” With Travis on KRFF 95.9 Radio Free Fargo Friday morning! They will be live at 11 am on Friday, June 18th! Tell your friends!