Tri-State Antique Market Season Finale Happens Nov. 1

Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 9:10 AM

By Tri-State Antique Market, news release

The Market features 100+ vendors specializing in antique and vintage items from a variety of time periods.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - The final date for the Tri-State Antique Market will be November 1st and will mark one last chance for shoppers to find unique one of a kind vintage gifts and other retro accoutrement for the holidays. The Market will continue to have social distancing and safety measures in place as well as the Indiana face mask requirement to provide a safe and fun shopping experience.

The Market features 100+ vendors specializing in antique and vintage items from a variety of time periods. Furnishings, quilts, vinyl records, costume jewelry, vintage clothing, retro kitchenware and so much more will all be on display at a variety of price points. For years savvy collectors and DIY home decorators have found fantastic finds to embellish their homes and collections at the Market.

The Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds is conveniently located in southeast Indiana, approximately one mile west of exit 16 off I-275. The 5 acre fairgrounds is within minutes of both the Ohio and Kentucky borders and 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 $4.00 admission (over age 17) is charged at all times. Attended pets and children are welcome at no charrge. 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 www.lawrenceburgantiqueshow.com and the Facebook page under Tri-State Antique Market, or by contacting promoter Aaron Metzger at (513)702-2680 or info@lawrenceburgantiqueshow.com.

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