adams avenue street fair

The weather’s warming up, vendors are getting their booths together, and your favorite produce is in-season — it’s the perfect time to get outside and check out some of your local markets! To get you started, here’s our list of the best markets across the globe, curated by your favorite bands and artists!


Mahane Yehuda Market – Jerusalem, Israel

Often referred to as “The Shuk,” this market is one of Israel’s most popular. It houses more than 250 vendors selling fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, meats, textiles, and more. The Mahane Yehuda Market offers group tours and special deals for shoppers, and Alex Clare says it’s a must-visit!

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Melrose Trading Post – Los Angeles, CA

A favorite of Deradoorian and Ruby Rose Fox, this open-air market makes its way to LA every Sunday. Melrose Trading Post features a wide range of vendors selling antiques, vintage goods, collectibles, and more, and it’s a can’t-miss for thrifting enthusiasts in the area!

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Dane County Farmers’ Market – Madison, WI

Fans of fresh fruits and vegetables are in for a treat with this Wisconsin staple! Dane County Farmers’ Market is America’s largest produce-only farmer’s market, with around 275 vendors participating. It comes highly recommended by Dave Zero, Lost Lakes, Ron Roloff, and Phox, so you know it’s the real deal.

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Adams Avenue Street Fair – San Diego, CA

An art-lover’s paradise, Adams Avenue Street Fair features more than 1000 artists performing on seven stages along the famous Adams Avenue. Check out this favorite of The Lucy Ring for free this coming September!

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Pike Place Market – Seattle, WA

 For some of the best seafood in the U.S., head to Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market! Only the freshest catches from the Pacific and beyond make their way to the booths, but if that’s not for you, the market also features handmade crafts and home décor, plants, and more. Shop like Noah Gundersen and hit Pike Place when you’re in the area!

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Yppenplatz – Vienna, Austria

Much more fun to visit than it is to pronounce, Yppenplatz is one of Vienna’s largest markets and most prominent spots. This vibrant market features more than 170 booths selling fresh produce, multicultural goods, and more. Check out this favorite of MYNTH for a market with a little Eastern European flair!

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