Brantford, Get Punk'd!
Support local at this unique and creative market hosted by zBTFD.
Maichina Veri, January 25, 2023 // Brantford, Ontario433 Colborne Street, zBTFD Headquarters - location of Brantford's first Punk Rock Flea Market. Staff photo.
Grassroots arts movement zBTFD is bringing a punk rock flea market to their community hub in Brantford at 433 Colborne St. on Saturday, January 28. From 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., guests are welcome to this safe and inclusive space to browse the unique local market featuring over 15 vendors.
This punk rock flea market is the place to shop for original art, music, clothing, handmade items and more. The amazing vendors have been carefully curated and the market features exceptional and wide-ranging finds such as:
Infinity Vintage - Vintage Clothing
Meticulous Finds TO - Clothing, Handmade, Projection Slides, Prints
Knot Over It - Jewelry, Knick Knacks
Young & Dead - Clothing Brand
Scattered Like Birds - Multimedia Prints
Mossy Rock Studio - Jewelry
DRIP DRIP - Clothing
Heather Verplanke Art - Art & Mini Dioramas
Hound & Heather - Vegan Dog Treats
The Spirit Lands - Jewelry
Poor Little Music - Cassette Label
Soft Squad - Handmade
Cry Tough Records - Records, LP's, 7"
Cadence Nixon - Art & Prints
Aleura Chatzis - Zine, Poetry
zBTFD - Clothing
There is plenty more to discover as well. Not only is the punk rock flea market free to attend, the first 50 attendees will receive a complimentary swag bag. This is zBTFD’s first time hosting a market of this kind. If the event is a hit, the market will be returning in the spring to a larger venue with more vendors for the biggest, baddest, punk-rockiest market. So get out, connect with community, support local makers and have a riot at zBTFD’s punk rock flea market.
For more information, connect with the market on Facebook HERE and on the zBTFD website HERE.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Maichina Veri is a writer based in Brantford, Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from Montreal’s Concordia University and has a background in Journalism – Print from Niagara College.
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