We're very excited to keep the good vibes rolling this Spring with bi-weekly markets in the Ellis Building! Join us at 1024 Main Street with over 50 local vendors, food trucks, live deejay, artisan showrooms, seasonal drink specials, pinball, visiting with friends & more!!!
EASTSIDE FLEA SPRING MARKETS!!!
*Every other weekend*
Friday 6-10pm and Sat & Sun 11am-5pm!
Apr. 7-9th & 21-23rd
May 5-7th & 19-21st
The Ellis Building
1024 Main St. Vancouver, BC
Friday Evening Markets 6-10pm
Shop N Bop!
— Select Vendors
— Artisan Showrooms
— Pinball & pool
— Seasonal Drink Specials
— & More!
Saturday & Sunday Full Market Days! 11am-5pm
— 50+ local vendors
— 5 artisan showrooms
— Food trucks!
— Outdoor courtyard
— & More!
What you'll find at the Flea…
Local artisan goods, vintage clothing & collectables, quality handcrafted items, household goods, rarities & memorabilia, paper goods & art, small furniture, handcrafted & vintage jewelry, vinyl records, custom chainstitching, succulents & plants, natural locally-made body care, local small businesses, your friends & neighbours selling their treasures!
All ages welcome
$3 admission or $5 weekend pass
Shop local at the Eastside Flea!
— The Ellis Building
Built in 1907 the Ellis Building is a 10,000 sq ft historic gem in East Vancouver. Thanks to Ezra Kish & Morgan Ellis (The Cobalt & The Boxcar) this amazing space has been transformed into one of the most unique arts & culture venues in the city. Not only is it the new home to the ESF, but 14 artist studios, community workshops & demos and much more!!! We couldnt have asked for a better spot to call home, and host our markets!
Some areas of the Ellis Building are not yet wheelchair accessible. We're hoping to resolve this soon and apologize for any inconvenience. Aproximately 3/4 of the market is accessible via wheelchair, including washrooms, outdoor courtyard, main market area, and majority of artist studio shops.
The Eastside Flea is held on the unceded and ancestral territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and mi ce:p kʷətxʷiləm (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. As we host events, we acknowledge the historical and ongoing colonial genocide against Indigenous peoples, as it is their lands that make it possible for us to be here as occupiers.