Unearth the hottest summer finds at the cool indoor Flea at Silver Street: Summer Edition

Madewell Mercantile | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

Score a number of completely unique, locally-sourced goods at Flea at Silver Street: Summer Edition, on Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9, 2019.

Placing its focus squarely on the creations of local artists, designers, craftspeople, and makers, Flea at Silver Street is a seasonal pop-up market and social experience in the heart of Arts District Houston (formerly branded the Washington Arts District).

Expect to find a wide range of one-of-a-kind collectibles, fashion, jewelry, vintage, art, mid-century modern furniture, original designs, home goods, local food vendors, candles and more artisan products.

And with Father’s Day around the corner, it’s the perfect chance to pick up cool, hip gifts for your favorite pop or pop-to-be. 

And, since the entire venue is indoors with cold air-conditioning, you can handle all your summer shopping without breaking a sweat.

Honest AF Cards | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

Local Food & Drink Options

Browsing through over a 100 booths can work up an appetite.

So once the shopping list is complete, grab a bite from one of several local food vendors, sip a cocktail from the full bar, and enjoy some music with a side of people-watching.

Sarah Briggs Jewelry | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

Pet Friendly Market

Pets are welcome, although please ensure that all animals are leashed and well-behaved.

Pet adoptions are offered throughout the weekend for those in the market for a new (or additional) furry companion.

Free Native | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

Flea at Silver Street: Summer Edition

Jenn Lee | Photo courtesy of Flea at Silver Street

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