Randolph Street Market (1340 W. Washington Boulevard) is Chicago’s destination for vintage and antique shopping. The outdoor and indoor festival is located in the Fulton Market area. Randolph Street Market is modeled after European-style shopping markets. In addition to great shopping, you’ll find local food vendors, live music and family-friendly activities. There’s good reason why Randolph Street Market was voted one of the top 10 vintage markets in the U.S. by USA Today.



Randolph Street Market shopper perusing goods at a stall

During the summer, you can shop from more than 300 vendors over an eight-acre area. Randolph Street Market is the perfect place to find unique pieces for your home. In addition to vintage furniture, you can shop a wide variety of clothing, jewelry and artwork. You can find both bargain and high-end items.

Music enthusiasts can browse the Vinyl Swap Meet to find records. The Fancy Food Market offers all kinds of sweets, bakery goods, spices and salsas to taste at the event and take home. Stop by the Global Goods Bazaar to discover crafts and artisan products from Chicago’s ethnic neighborhoods. There's something for everyone!


Summer Schedule

The outdoor market is open every last weekend of the month from May to August, then on select weekends when it moves indoors in the fall/winter each year. Each weekend brings different vendors and entertainment, so there’s no need to choose just one date. See the full schedule of events.



Crate filled with antique rugs

Ultimate vintage lovers and treasure hunters can purchase a 2017 season pass for $150. This gets two people access to all of Randolph Street Market's events for the year, as well as free valet parking. There are many other ticket options and discounts available. General admission tickets are $8 in advance ($10 at the door) and good for both weekend days. Kids under 12 are always free.


Transportation to Randolph Street Market

Randolph Street Market free trolley

Randolph Street Market offers a free trolley that leaves from the Water Tower Pumping Station, just off of Michigan Avenue. You can catch the trolley every hour, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. There’s also plenty of street parking near the venue if you choose to drive, as well as valet service.


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