Cleveland Flea is Coming Back in May, But Will No Longer Run Monthly

Photo by Caitlin Summers
Seven seasons in, Cleveland Flea is changing things up.

In the past, the Cleveland Flea has kicked off in April and ran as a monthly event through October, while also throwing a holiday-themed indoor market in the winter. But this year, the beloved community event is starting up May 4-5 and so far has only three other weekends booked through December.

Other announced dates coincide with the seasons: July 13-14, Sept. 21-22 and Dec. 13-15.

Not everything is changing though. Unlike other flea markets or swap meets, which often require sorting through garbage, the Cleveland Flea is still a much more currated event. As always, expect plenty of I-Heart-Cleveland items and overpriced vintage furniture, along with locally crafted art, jewelry and even food.

The kickoff event runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on May 4 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on May 5 at 3602 St. Clair Ave NE.

Find out more about the Cleveland Flea right here.

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