Before there were streets, street markets had to be held in dry creek beds or channels carved by runoff from the massive ice shelves that covered the earth. Observe the festival’s modern habitat with this Groupon.
Choose from Two Options
- $5 for a two-day admission ticket to any Randolph Street Market Festival (up to a $10 value)
- $50 for a Randolph Street Market Festival 2013 season pass, good for two people (up to a $100 value)
The next fest begins on May 25 and 26 with an indoor and outdoor market (featuring the Chicago Antique Market, Indie Designer Market, and Fancy Foods Market). Other fests take place on June 29 and 30, July 27 and 28, August 24 and 25, and September 28 and 29. The season pass includes admission for two people at all Randolph Street Market events. All events take place on Saturday and Sunday. Kids 12 and younger get in for free.
Randolph Street Market
Spotlighted by local and national press including TimeOut Chicago, the Wall Street Journal, and Michigan Avenue Magazine, Randolph Street Market's collection of merchants—more than 250 vendors in May–September and 100 vendors in October–January, March, and April—shows off antique furnishings and vintage wearables from all over the world. Vintage dealers from across the country, including local favorites D. Brett Benson and Man in the Moon, stuff market stalls with men's and women's clothing, estate jewelry, and even vintage fashion magazines. Treasure hunters can investigate indoor booths to fill their closets with items from designers such as Hermes, Pucci, and Dior. In addition to apparel, Randolph Street Market also features hospitality areas brimming with gourmet chocolates, as well as cuisine and drinks from local eateries.
“Great merchandise and a great Saturday :)”
“I had such fun drinking in all the incredible booths...filled with cool stuff, great food and wonderful, helpful staff. ”
“My family and I LOVE Randolph Street Market!!! The great finds, food & drinks, and live music - ESPECILALLY the awesome band on Saturday...(The Vintorum ---?!)”