Very few vendors.Stayed for 20 minutes.
Far fewer vendors than the free event in Scottsdale on the same day!
Not very many vendors and everything Above my price range.
Too few vendors. We drove 1.5 hours to attend this great market. But very disappointing!
No line, not crowded, but not as many vendors as I anticipated, a rather small market. What was there was varied in both items and price points, which is nice.
Very small. Only around 23 booths.
I loved the vendors that were there, but it was much smaller than I expected.
Pay to get in and there are hardly any vendors. Only 2 food trucks. At first, I thought I was in the wrong place because it was so bare. Not worth the drive or cost to get it when there are so many other places to show in the valley.
If this were free, it might've been better. The vendors/art/food trucks were good but there were about 10-15 tents. This same thing is offered in Scottsdale & Tempe with triple the amount of tents all for free. It just was not worth the price.
It was a very small market with 4 food vendors. I guess I just expected it to be bigger and to see more vendors.
From Our Editors
It's not a common farmers' market or flea market—it's entirely uncommon. Enjoy food and spirits and entertainment from local musicians while perusing goods from local artists, learning about local causes, and taking in innovative new art from some the newest creators. UnCommon Markets' weekend-long events occur monthly at Salt River Fields as they welcome select artists and artisans from the region to sell their wares, including art, apparel, jewelry, furniture, housewares, and more, finding new things to wear, display, eat and drink, or simply enjoy.