Melbourne Markets

FK-SS14-MELB-FLYER

Our SS14 event artwork by Jessica Singh Illustration

The Finders Keepers Markets are held in Melbourne at the world renowned Royal Exhibition Building, in the Carlton Gardens. This year we have increased in size and now feature over 250 design & art stalls from local designers, to talented folk from all around Australia.

Each market has a uniquely curated line-up, with new debut stalls featured every event, a Vintage emporium as well as a fresh new line up of live music.

This year we are excited to introduce 'Farmers Lane' to the Melbourne Finders Keepers. With dedicated food & beverage stalls at our markets, a selection of 5 Food Trucks, with 2 bar's and 3 coffee stations available onsite. Due to the popularity of this new feature at our July 2014 event, this markets will feature even more ready to eat options!

This market event runs on a Friday evening from 6pm - 10pm & Saturday from 10am - 5pm.
The markets are a $2 entry fee for all guests - Children under 12 are free!

Due to the increase in size and popularity of our July 2014 event we are happy to announce there will be TWO entry/exit points at this event, with more staff on to help - allowing for less event queues and faster entry to the event! We've also allowed for better event flow and access to the stalls.

EVENT DETAILS:

The next markets for 2014 are:
Spring/Summer - Friday 17th October from 6pm-10pm & Saturday 18th October from 10am-5pm

The markets will be held at:
The Royal Exhibition Building
9 Nicholson Street, Carlton

There are now TWO entry/exit points! First one is at the Nicholson Street entry, and the second one is at the rear of the Royal Exhibition Building at the Rathdowne Street Entrance.

Entry Fee:
$2 entry fee
Children under 12 FREE entry!

ATM:
There 3 onsite ATM's available for use at the markets. However be aware these are known to attract big lines each event. Some stalls accept Eftpos or Credit Card, but most will trade cash only.

FREE UBER RIDE:
Free ride to Finders Keepers?  We've teamed up with UBER to give new users a free ride up to $40 to or from the event!
It's simple:
1. Download the UBER app on an iPhone, Android or Windows device, and create an account.
2. Enter the promo code "FINDERSKEEPERS14" when prompted.
3. Check the ETA, 'REQUEST' when you need a car, and enjoy the ride!
uber.com/cities/melbourne

MELBOURNE STALLS:
Click the thumbnail below to see the stall holders for this market.

FARMERS LANE + FOOD TRUCKS:
This market we will have MORE ready to eat food options, two sets of indoor coffee and bar locations, plus an extra coffee cart outdoors with 5 food trucks! Check out the full line-up here!

VINTAGE EMPORIUM:
Check out the awesome Vintage Emporium line up here!

MUSIC LINE-UP:
Friday 17th
6.30pm Byron Siren
7.30pm Pepperjack    
8.30pm Car Park Choir
Between Sets - DJ Brasco

Saturday 18th 
   
11.30am Brooke Russell
12.45pm Broads
2pm HALFSHARK
3.15pm The Townhouses
Between Sets - Nenzi

SHARE THIS EVENT:
RSVP ahead of time & share this event with your Facebook Friends, our event invite is here.

DOWNLOAD THE SITEMAP:
For the full list of stallholders, and map for where they are all located, you can now download the SS14 Melbourne Markets sitemap here. [1.4mb pdf]

WORKSHOPS:

The wonderful Coburg based Old School New School will be setting up a workshop space at our Melbourne SS14 markets!  There will be three classes held over the two days, perfect for all skill levels! Old School New School is both an exciting place for Design Learning and a Design Studio (Old School Press) that deliberately sets out to challenge mainstream design education.  No corporate speak, everything about Old School is personalised, and centres around the learner and teacher.  The innovative little School's approach has changed the paradigm of design education by bringing design back to what it should be about. People.

Old School New School is both an exciting place for Design Learning and a Design Studio (Old School Press) that deliberately sets out to challenge mainstream design education.Old School New School is both an exciting place for Design Learning and a Design Studio (Old School Press) that deliberately sets out to challenge mainstream design education. No corporate speak, everything about Old School is personalised, and centres around the learner and teacher.  The innovative little School's approach has changed the paradigm of design education by bringing design back to what it should be about. People.
No corporate speak, everything about Old School is personalised, and centres around the learner and teacher. The innovative little School's approach has changed the paradigm of design education by bringing design back to what it should be about. People.

Old School New School: Copperplate Lettering for Digital Natives
This hands on workshop introduces you to the foundation skills of Copperplate Lettering. Copperplate uses pen and ink, plus a sharp pointed nib instead of blunt chiseled nib to create beautiful lettering. It is the original core skill that traditional professional letterers, ticket writers, signpainters, and writers of brush script started with when the art of hand lettering was king.
Friday, 17 October 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Book here. 
Saturday, 18 October 2014 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Book here.
Saturday, 18 October 2014 from 2:30 to 4:30PM. Book here.

VISITING THE ROYAL EXHIBITION BUILDING: 

How to get there & Public transport info:

Nicholson Street Entrance:
Tram:
Tram 86 or 96 to Museum stop, corner of Nicholson and Gertrude Streets. City Circle Tram to corner of Victoria and Nicholson Streets.
Train:
City Loop train to Parliament Station.
Bus: Bus routes 250, 251, 253, and 402 to Rathdowne Street.
Taxi: Taxi drop-off zones on Nicholson and Rathdowne Streets.

Rathdowne Street Entrance:
The bus stop on this end is Stop 656 Melbourne Museum/Rathdowne St (Carlton)
Bus Routes are: 402 - Footscray - East Melbourne via North Melbourne, 250 - La Trobe University - City (Queen St), 251 - Northland SC - City (Queen St)

Map & how to get there guide is available here.

Parking: is available via The Melbourne Museum and has a charge per hour, however spaces are limited - we do encourage public transport.
Please note: Finders Keepers has no affiliation, control or influence over the Melbourne Museum car park or pricing of the parking.

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