Winter Pop-Up Market!Just in time for the holidays!
Astoria Sunday Market is producing a pop-up market in the new Astoria Court space (located in the old ABECO building).
Saturday & Sunday | 10am – 4pm
December 1 & 2 • 8 &9 • 15 & 16 • 22 & 23
Up to 30 vendors featured the first four weekends of December. Many new and rotating vendors each day so returning shoppers are guaranteed to see something new with each visit.
Ronni is a long-time vendor at Astoria Sunday Market who is best known for her “quilted paintings” and dog portraits. Ronni is at the Winter Pop-Up Market every weekend!
Over 150 Vendors
Jewelry, baskets, bread, produce, canned goods, art, home decor, distilled beverages, massage, plants, seafood, wood –you’ll find it at the Market!
Artisan Foods & Fresh Produce
A wide variety of food vendors offer fresh produce, honey and more, as well as artisan-crafted food items. Whether you’re looking for street food, gifts, or groceries, you’ll find yum at the Market.
Jewelry & Crafts
The music really makes it celebratory. This last market both the buskers and the official program were amazing.
I loved it! So many cool booths selling unique products. Beautiful and cheap flower bouquets. Natural soaps and honey products. A lot of hand crafted jewelry and artwork. Lots of samples, friendly people, dog-friendly market...My favorite part was the flowers we got--so gorgeous.
One of the best all around Sunday markets in the area, they have live entertainment, fresh vegetables, a huge selection of craft and personal items, and a nice selection of food for those looking for breakfast, lunch, or a little snack.
Fresh produce, crafts, art, wonderful food. Love that you can sample wine and local distilled spirits - get with it Washington! So much fun to watch all the people and their dogs (and today a very cute goat)
From Empty Streets to Festive Market
Michael Mathers attended nearly every Astoria Sunday Market the first half of the 2011 season and countless hours
photographing the Market from set-up to tear-down to create this wonderful time-lapsed movie from his still images of the Market.
Michael is a professional photographer and created this movie as a personal project. Enjoy!