The top 10 markets and pop-ups in Toronto this April

The top markets and pop-ups in Toronto for April 2019 are here to help you freshen up your wardrobe with new-to-you designer duds and vintage finds. The Parkdale, Bellwoods and Leslieville fleas are back and there’s a female-owned night market to look forward to.


Can’t miss markets and pop-ups
  • April 4-7
    This Toronto-based online vintage shop is popping up inside the Drake General store to feature an eclectic assortment of handpicked vintage finds.
    Drake General Store

  • April 6
    Influencers are clearing out their designer duds during this sale with men’s and women’s clothing an accessories found on the cheap.
    Shine PR

  • April 12-14
    Ethically-sourced products are the focus of this huge expo with over 150 exhibitors selling planet-friendly fashion, beauty and home goods.
    Enercare Centre

  • April 13 – May 11
    The Parkdale Flea is back with a spring market stacked with locally-made items, art, vintage clothes and crafts. Dogs welcome!

  • April 14
    Etsy comes alive as local Toronto makers drop by to sell their handmade arts and crafts, treats, fashion, gifts and lifestyle goods.

  • April 19 – May 5
    The world’s only 100 per cent waterproof sneaker company is popping up in the Eaton Centre to get you good and ready for spring puddle season.
    Eaton Centre

  • April 21
    The Bellwoods Flea is back with local vendors and artisans on hand with a huge range of sustainable, handmade and specialty items.

  • Freshen up your drip at this huge vintage streetwear flea with old-school Tommy Hilfiger, Champion, Kappa, Gucci and more up for grabs.
    Ossington Tire

  • April 28
    Over 60 female-owned vendors are coming out for this huge night market with jewelry, clothing, skincare, beauty, art, home decor and more.

  • April 28
    The Fermenting Cellar is playing host to the huge flea market with a special focus on vintage clothing, salvaged goods, antiques and collectibles.
    The Fermenting Cellar


by Lisa Power

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