Vintage Bazaar Season Opener 2.15-2.16

vintage bazaar crowd photo credit steven pateWHO: The Vintage Bazaar, www.thevintagebazaar.com
WHAT: 2013 market season opener
WHEN: Friday, February 15 from 7-10pm, ticketed night market and party. Saturday, February 16, 10am-5pm, FREE.
WHERE: DANK Haus, fifth floor ballroom, 4740 N. Western in Lincoln Square
WHY: The Vintage Bazaar (TVB) kicks off the 2013 season of vintage events with an intimate vintage market featuring 25 vendors at the DANK Haus (fifth floor ballroom, 4740 N. Western) in Lincoln Square, February 15 and 16. TVB opens the two-day event on Friday from 7-10pm with a ticketed night market and party — $20 pre-sale at http://tvblovehangover.eventbrite.com/ — offering attendees first dibs on the vintage selection.

Tickets to the night market and party also include one free Big Star taco and a complimentary Scofflaw cocktail. Plus, tunes by Chances Dances, a free photo booth by Smilebooth, and a cash bar, to keep the night of shopping going, featuring cocktails mixed by Scofflaw, who was recently named best bar by “Chicago” magazine, and German beer from DANK Haus. A portion of the ticket sales will go toward Chances Dances’ Critical Fierceness Grant, which supports local artists.

On Saturday, February 15 from 10 am to 5 pm the market will be free and open to the public with tunes by Toast & Jam, a cash bar, and food from Big Star and Puffs of Doom. Vintage vendors include Modern Cooperative, The Savoy Flea, Hot House Market, MidNorth Mercantile, Dethrose Vintage, Apartment 528, Bombshellshocked, and other fan favorites.

More info:
http://www.thevintagebazaar.com/event/tvblovehangoveratdank/

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About The Vintage Bazaar

The Vintage Bazaar (TVB) is a curated urban vintage market featuring distinctive vintage furniture, home decor, clothing, and accessories. The first TVB took place February 27, 2010 at the DANK Haus in Lincoln Square. Since then there have been nine vintage events, which have taken place in vacant storefronts, warehouse spaces, concert halls, and outdoor spaces — including a pop-up inside of the wildly popular Renegade Craft Fair. More athttp://www.thevintagebazaar.com.

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