Brisbane Markets this weekend!


We have an amazing weekend ahead of us as the Brisbane Markets returns this weekend! The markets this Saturday & Sunday include  over 70 amazing designers & artists over the 3 studio spaces at the beautiful Old Museum, including lots of new debut stalls to be showcased. The garden will be buzzing with live music, accompanied with food & beverage stalls.

The markets run Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 4pm. Check out the map & a list of transport options here. Parking is not available onsite at The Old Museum, however there is the option for Finders Keepers patrons to park at the RNA showgrounds for a flat rate of $12. Hours for parking available from 9:30am – 4:30pm.


Design & Art Stalls at Finders Keepers Brisbane:
Have you had a chance to have a sneak peek of all the amazing stalls that will be featured at the Brisbane Markets? If not head here! You can make a list of all your must see stalls.


Food & Beverage Stalls at Finders Keepers Brisbane:
The garden will be full of great food & beverage stalls! There are plenty of places to sit and enjoy in the Old Museum gardens!

Food stalls this event include Nom Nom serving delicious vegetarian food, Bagel Boys a crowd favourite with their great combos. Langos Express serving freshly made Hungarian food, delicious Spanish Paella, Five Sisters serving a sweet selection of sweet & savoury Greek food and Dumpling Envy. Sweeter options include The Cake Kiosk Caravan, I heart brownies & Kaptain Patisserie. Something for everyone!

West End Twilight Market Bar –  will have hand crafted local beer ‘on tap’ along with a great selection of wines, bubbles and other boutique selections.. In addition we’ll have the MGOJ Bar serving freshly squeezed OJ & traditional style lemonade. The popular Cycle Smoothie team will be onsite again, and newcomers to this market is the Pressed Apple & Gasoline Espress. As well as our favourite Kombi Koffein serving up coffee near the entrance.

Music Line-up:
Head over to the music stage in the lovely Old Museum gardens, and make sure to check out some of the emerging local musicians play! Bring along a picnic blanket and get a coffee or glass of wine at the food & beverage stalls.

Here is the final line up:
Saturday 16th
10:30am – Dan Wolsner
11:30am – Sleepy Tea
12:30pm – Coco Baulch
1:30pm – Rohin Jones
2:30pm – Alex Henrikkson

Sunday 17th
10:30am – Josh Rennie Hynes
11:30am – Sian Evans
12:30pm – Siskin River
1:30pm – Somerset Barnard
2:30pm – Hailey Calvert


Frankie Magazine feature stall
Expect a frankie stall chock-a-block with all the usual bits and bobs, including stacks of issue 56, Smith Journal volume eight, plus vintage goodness in the shape of gift cards, pillowcases, bunting and sweet threads.
Speaking of sweet, they’ll be armed with fairy floss to keep your energy high, which means more time for browsing all the goodies up for grabs. They will also be wheeling out their 2014 calendars and daily journals for yourself or presents for your loved ones this Christmas and their pretty as pie gift paper book will be back for all your wrapping needs!


Travelling wares feature caravan!
‘Travelling Wares is our unique travelling home wares caravan shop, full to the brim with beautiful and practical vintage wares sourced specially by Kara Rosenlund for your home.
Hitting the road in style, Kara offers up practical, well-curated, vintage items from a restored 1956 Franklin Caravan lovingly called ‘Frankie’. Everything on offer is antique, weathered and worn, found both locally and far and wide. Come by and rummage through our wares!’

Skeleton Leaf Florist
Skeleton Leaf can provide the flowers for home, for weddings and events from Brisbane to Northern NSW. Whether you are planning flowers on a grand scale or simply want to spoil someone special, Skeleton Leaf always create stunning, original designs. Check out the pop-up Skeleton Leaf flowers stall at the markets this weekend!

Don’t forget to check live updates on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram, use the hashtag #brisbanefinderskeepers for photos & tweets.

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