Pop-Up Fairs

JUNE 16-17, 2017  +  OCTOBER 20-21, 2017

 
 
 

The CityFarmhouse Pop-up Fair, held the third weekend in June and October is a 2 day vintage and antiquing extravaganza featuring 70 hand selected vendors from all across the U.S. The Fair was named one of the top five events to attend in October by Southern Living, the top October event to attend in Tennessee by Garden & Gun, and the Number 1 Flea Market/Antique Show by Romantic Country in 2015 and 2016 and a favorite place to shop by Flea Market Style

** Click here to be considered as a vendor at the June and October Pop-up Fairs. **

Click here for City Farmhouse sponsorship information.

Interested in promoting your own City Farmhouse brand Pop-Up Fair? Click here for Show Promoter Licensing.

 

Location & Times

THE FACTORY AT FRANKLIN
Jamison Hall, Courtyard, Group Tent Paved Lot  
230 Franklin  Road, Franklin TN 37064

 

JUNE POP UP FAIR 16-17, 2017

Friday, June 16 - 8 AM - 12 PM
Morning Preview | Weekend Pass
First Shop of the Show Includes:
Bloody Mary + Mimosa + Juice +
Coffee Bar + Small Bites
$40.00*

Purchase your First Shop Of
The Show tickets here!

(Tickets are not refundable)

* The first 60 First Shop of the Show ticket holders (must be purchased online) receive a complimentary ticket to a lecture with Fifi O'Neill: 

"How To Pitch Your Home To A Magazine"
The lecture will take place inside the
City Farmhouse Event Venue
(Friday 2 PM & Saturday 1 PM)

Friday, June 16 - 12 PM - 5 PM
 General Admission $12.00
Purchase At The Gate

Saturday, June 17 - 8 AM - 4 PM
General Admission  $12.00
Purchase At The Gate

CELEBRITY GUEST

Fifi O'Neill is the celebrity guest at the June City Farmhouse Pop-Up Fair

https://www.fifioneill.com/

Learn More About Fifi Here:

 
 

The City Farmhouse Pop-up Fairs are located in the heart of Historic Downtown Franklin, just a half a mile from Main Street at the Factory at Franklin. The Factory is home to dozens of shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and more.

City Farmhouse | Modern Farmhouse Style for Urban and Rural Living at The Factory in Franklin Tower