Last Call for Tri-State Antique Market Shopping Oct. 1

Friday, September 22, 2023 at 9:45 AM

By Tri-State Antique Market, news release

Don't miss the final show of the year at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - October 1 will mark the last hurrah for antiquing at Indiana’s largest monthly antiques and vintage only market, for 2023 at least. It’s been a good season for treasure hunting; with growing participation from dealers setting up at the Market to the incredible antique and vintage items they bring month in and month out. The Market will start up again in May of 2024, but until then there is one last opportunity for fine Fall antiquing in the tri-state.

Market vendors respond well to seasonal change and there is sure to be a crisp and cozy atmosphere as they unveil vintage items for cooler weather and the oncoming holiday season. Retro Halloween costumes, vintage sweaters, collectible memorabilia, vintage kitchenware, and unique antique items perfect for gift giving will be brightly displayed and available for purchase.

The Market is located at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds, one mile west of exit 16 off I-275. The 5 acre fairgrounds is within minutes of both the Ohio and Kentucky borders and is full of quaint, country charm as well as modern amenities such as wheelchair accessibility, shaded rest areas, and a variety of food vendors.

Tri-State Antique Market hours are from 7 AM to 3 PM ET. “Earlybird” shoppers are admitted during vendor set up at 6 AM. A walk-in $5.00 adult admission is charged during Market hours. Attended pets and children are welcome without charge. Over half of the Market’s vendors display indoors or under cover, so the event is held “rain or shine.”

Complete Tri-State Antique Market information, including directions, area accommodations, and photos of past Market finds is available at and the Facebook and Instagram pages under Tri-State Antique Market, or by contacting promoter Aaron Metzger at (513)702-2680 or

More from Local News


JCD, OA, L'Burg Students Place in Regional Business Planning Competition

A trio of students from Jac-Cen-Del took first place for their flower garden and boutique enterprise.

Batesville Schools Superintendent Named to Governor's Workforce Cabinet

Paul Ketcham has 25 years of education experience.

Rising Sun's Simpson, Mossburger Among Six to Earn ORVC Weekly Honors

The ORVC Report for November 27-December 2 was released on Tuesday.

Rivertown Draw Pits SD vs. Switz and Rising Sun vs. Lawrenceburg

Lawrenceburg's girls and boys both won the RTC last season.

Switz. Co. Girls Set Single Game Rebounding Record, Lauren Smith Ties Individual Mark

The Lady Pacers picked up a 59-42 win over Carroll County on Monday.

On Air

Your Hometown Radio Station playing
Eric Church - Hell of a View

Charlie Rich Behind Closed Doors 23:39
Tanya Tucker Little Things 23:34
Aaron Tippin Where The Stars & Stripes - EAGLE ONLY NO INTRO 23:31
John Michael Montgomery Letters From Home 23:26