Nashville friends! Be sure to join us Friday December 4th and Saturday December 5th at Silver Point Studios for Porter Flea!
Silver Point Studios, 10 Quality Way Nashville, TN 37207
Ticketed Preview Market – Friday, December 4th, 6 – 9 PM (Indoors, Rain or Shine)
Main Market – Saturday, December 5th, 10 AM – 5 PM (Indoors, Rain or Shine)
Friday, December 4th – $20 BUY TICKETS HERE
Saturday, December 5th – FREE, all ages
Porter Flea returns on December 4th & 5th for our tenth modern handmade market event: Porter Flea Holiday X. Get ready to be a part of the festivities!
To celebrate ten markets (“X”), we want to feature some special design collaborations between the area’s best makers. We want to showcase the incredible creative talent in our community by pairing up Textiles x Apparel Design, Screen Printing x Furniture Design, Pottery x Jewelry, and many other unique design collabs for the most outstanding handmade gifts in the southeast.
It keeps getting better: for PFX, we’re moving back to East Nashville with a massive new venue — more heated space for more shoppers equals maximum convenience. With the extra capacity, PFX will also feature both the Porter Pantry and the Porter Parlour offering some of the finest artisanal food products and handmade personal care and beauty products to help make holiday gift shopping a cinch.
Porter Flea Holiday X will run over two days at Silver Point Studios on Quality Way starting Friday evening, December 4th, with our ticketed Preview Market from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Our Main Market will run 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, December 5th, with open access to more than 100 talented, jury-picked vendors, thousands of one-of-a-kind handmade gifts, a collection of the city’s finest food trucks, and just the right amount of holiday cheer. Come join us and see why PFX will set the new standard for Nashville’s modern handmade marketplace.
First organized in July, 2011, by Jessica Maloan, Brent Elrod, and Katie Vance, Porter Flea was named Best Artisan Market by the Nashville Scene in 2012 and has earned additional praise from Forbes Travel Guide, The City Paper, Southern Living, NATIVE, The Nashville Ledger, The Murfreesboro Post, StyleBlueprint, Etsy, and several local bloggers.
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