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The final St. Pete Indie Flea of the season features 200+ vendors

The final St. Pete Indie Flea of the season features 200+ vendors

a group of shoppers gather at the indie flea market
Thousands visit this open air market each month

Indie Flea season is coming to a close in St. Pete. The ultra popular market hosts its final St. Pete market of the Fall-Spring season on Sunday, April 7, from 12pm-4pm, at the indoor/outdoor location at The Factory, located at 2606 Fairfield Avenue.

The Indie Flea attracts hundreds of the area’s independent artisans, vendors, makers, collectors, nurseries and more for its sprawling market, and it has become a local favorite.

vendor tent with a pink and orange tapestry
Food trucks lined up at a local market
Indie Flea supports a number of local food trucks including Latin Lunchbox, Funnel Vision, Oopsy Daisy Sweets, and more.

The celebration of local shopping offers plenty of chances to find seasonal goods and wares, along with thrifty finds, local food, antiques, and the like. Admission to Indie Flea is completely free and open to all ages. Learn more at

More from The Indie Flea: “We’ve sourced the finest St. Pete has to offer in locally made and curated hand-crafted goods, vintage housewares, decor, Mid-century furniture, vintage clothing, antiques, plants, collectibles, food, music, art and so much more.”

a blockbuster inspired shop is set up at an indoor flea market
You’ll find a host of unique vendors selling clothes, art, candles, food, vintage clothing, hand made items and more.
an indoor flea market with shoppers enjoy lush seating areas
Indie Flea’s new home allows for indoor and outdoor shopping

Looking for more great local shopping? Don’t forget: the weekly Saturday Morning Market is back in its Fall-Spring location at Al Lang Stadium every Saturday from 9 am – 2 pm. As St. Pete’s longest-running market – and one of the biggest in the south – it’s a must-visit for shopping, browsing, enjoying live performances, and picking up great food and produce.

a food truck carrying local raw honey is set up outside a building

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