Enjoy A Touch Of Americana At Friendship Flea Market Fall Show

Indiana's most unique flea market returns September 11-19.

(Friendship, Ind.) – Indiana’s most unique flea market and antique show returns to Friendship this weekend.

The Friendship Flea Market Fall Show starts Saturday, September 11 and runs through Sunday, September 19.

The annual flea market and antique show was first held in August of 1968 with 14 vendors. Today, the event has grown to feature over 500 vendor spaces.

Held two times a year, the Friendship Flea Market features unlimited treasures such as furniture, knives, guns, antiques, jewelry, clothes, tools, and more.

Booths open daily at 9:00 a.m. Vendors typically shut down between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.

Food vendors will be on hand each day, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The Friendship Flea Market also features nightly campfires with live music. The fall music scheduled is as follows:

  • Bourbon Road Band / Friday, September 10 / 8:00 PM – Midnight
  • Linda Smith Band / Saturday, September 11 / 7:00 – 11:00 PM
  • Keith Swinney Band / Friday, September 17 / 8:00 PM – Midnight
  • Wildheart Band / Saturday, September 18 / 8:00 PM – Midnight

The Friendship Flea Market is free to attend. However, there is a $3 parking fee.

Longtime parking attendant, Lillian Young will be greeting visitors at the gate once again this fall. Lillian makes the trip to Friendship twice a year, traveling 263 miles from her Dutch Valley, Tennessee home. She started coming to Friendship when she was 63. She turned 96 in June.

RELATED STORIES: Lillian Young Has Been Parking Attendant At Friendship Flea Market For 33 Years

For more information about the Friendship Flea Market, visit Friendship Flea Market.

More from Local News

Events

Lawrenceburg Schools Launch "Portrait of A Graduate" Initiative

The initiative is all about equipping students with the essential skills needed to succeed after graduation.

UPDATE: Florence Police Seeking Info After Robbery at Mall Road Store

The incident took place Thursday night at the AT&T Store.

DCF Utilizing Planning Grant to Help Dearborn Co. Fund EMS Study Consultant

Commissioners plan to hire a consultant to complete a study/plan to have the best quality EMS services countywide.

Local Sports Report - February 23-24, 2024

Stats and scores from boys high school basketball and the IHSAA Boys Swimming & Diving State Finals.

Milan Students Give Dylan Thomas Sendoff to State Finals

Thomas is seeded 15th in the 100 Backstroke at the State Finals.

Local Sports Report - February 22, 2024

Franklin County, Lawrenceburg and Batesville picked up wins in boys basketball.

On Air

Your Hometown Radio Station playing
Thomas Rhett - Make Me Wanna

Lacy J. Dalton Taking It Easy 11:17
Blake Shelton Every Time I Hear That Song 11:11
Kenny Chesney Take Her Home 11:08
Sawyer Brown Cafe on the Corner 11:04