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Shop Tucson Handmade Markets This Holiday Season

Support Tucson’s Local Makers!

Tucson Handmade Markets 2017

Support local this holiday season and give unique handmade gifts to the ones you love! Shop for local handmade goods at these Tucson pop-up markets. Watch the video for a sneak peak at the vendors and items offered at these local Tucson markets.


Made in Tucson Market 2017Made in Tucson Market

Saturday | Nov 18th 2017 | 10am – 6pm

4th Ave to 5th Ave on 7th street | Historic 4th Ave in Tucson, Az

Event info:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1952765654966559

Meet Tucson artists, take a peek into their processes, and buy locally-made goods! The Made in Tucson Market will be happening November 18, 2017 on Historic Fourth Avenue. This is going to be an impressive marketplace that reflects the authenticity of Tucson and its makers! Represented, will not only be established designers, but some new emerging artists as well! We are super excited for this collaboration with Popcycle, Tiny Town Surplus, Mabel’s on fourth and FAMA have all teamed up to create a locals only street fair.


32nd Annual Holiday Artisans Market32nd Annual Holiday Artisans Market

Friday, Saturday and Sunday | Nov 17th – 19th 2017 | 10am-5pm  (Sunday til 4pm) 

Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block

Event Info:  https://www.facebook.com/events/512904239054898

Over 100 artisans will set up shop at the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block’s 32nd Annual Holiday Artisans Market. Shop a wide selection of local ceramics, glass, jewelry, paintings, prints, textiles, clothing, and more!


Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair at Reid Park 2017Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair at Reid Park

Saturday and Sunday | Nov 25 & 26 | 9am – 4pm

Reid Park by the Outdoor Performance Area | Near 22nd Street and Country Club Road

Event Info:  https://www.facebook.com/events/512405632446963

The Tucson Parks and Recreation department presents the annual Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair in Reid Park. Come get a jump on your holiday shopping. This free event will draw in more than 140 vendors from all over the Southwest, ranging from artists, crafters, photographers, painters, potters, jewelers, and more. This Thanksgiving weekend fair has become a tradition for many holiday shoppers for more than 30 years.


Cultivate Tucson Holiday Pop Up Market 2017Cultivate Tucson Holiday Pop-Up Market

Saturday | Dec 2nd 2017 | 10am – 5pm

The Mill | 219 N 3rd Ave, Tucson, AZ 85705 | Near Historic 4th Ave & 9th Street

Event Info:  https://www.facebook.com/events/357209484730905

for one day only, we’ll take over & reimagine an unused space to fill it with a pop-up market consisting of local goods, a floral shop, a coffee shop, and a community gathering space! 10% of market sales will be donated to local non-profits. Our spotlight non-profit this year is BorderLinks. You can purchase an early bird ticket that allows you to shop before every once else, 8am -10am. Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the door (if any remaining). There are limited tickets to maintain the early bird shopping atmosphere.


Fourth Schmourth Handmade Market Tucson Historic 4th AveFourth Schmourth Handmade Market

Saturday | Dec 2nd 2017 | 10am -4pm 

Residential Venue | 3008 E Eastland Street | Just West of Reid Park (basically across the street)

Event Info:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1423787434335196/

The third annual Fourth Schmourth Handmade Market is coming! Locals only, like FOR REALS, local artists and makers coming together to share their wares with the shop local, unique gift searching, art loving community! Over 40 vendors, food trucks and beer in an intimate at home setting right across from Reid Park.

Sara Patterson
Sara Patterson

Sara is loco about bringing people together, supporting local businesses, and collaborating with the Tucson community.

5 Comments so far

JanicePosted on  11:51 pm - Nov 21, 2017

How do I apply to be in the market?

Nicola freegardPosted on  5:36 am - Nov 22, 2017

And don’t forget Mercado San Agustin Holiday Bazaar Dec 15, 16 and 17 with over seventy artists, makers and regional cuisine! It’s one of Tucson’s best!

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