The Miami Flea: Meet the Stalls



Thanks to a strong thirst for elevating the city’s creative landscape, groups of passionate influencers have begun to collaborate on new horizons never before touched in Miami. There are so many great things happening around the country that make you question why we don’t have a home for them in our very own backyard. One of those is a downright awesome flea market, enter: The Miami Flea.

Basically, Miami Flea’s manifesto is to further growth and sustainability for local artists and innovators while inspiring the community and representing the Arts + Entertainment District as the progressive collective it is. More than just a market with jam-packed stalls, Miami Flea will become a home for creative thinkers to become inspired in a genuine multi-sensory way. New sights, sounds, and tastes open the mind to otherwise unthought-of ideas.

Miami Flea will have new and exciting material to inspire hands-on activities via workshops, mindful thinking, and more collaborative opportunities up its tapestry-draped sleeves. This unique flea will revolve around a social atmosphere where groups of artisans can network and join forces with local eateries, artists, influencers and more.

Bookleggers Library will be on-site providing the Flea with their impeccable literary knowledge as they sell their binded goodness at DISfunkshion Magazine‘s chill “nest”. Peruse the pages among the pillows and under the shade of Canvas Miami‘s age-old oaks. Yelp Miami will be curating our very own “Grub Garden” featuring the city’s best eateries and local delicacies. Of course, our friends at Airstream Apothecary and Beck’s Beer will be serving up the refreshing sips as usual.


The Archives Menswear, Fort Lauderdale Men’s lifestyle shop.
Three Jerks Jerky, 100% Organic Filet Mignon jerky.
Cuci’s Closet, lead singer of Afrobeta’s insanely awesome thrifting finds.
Mood Ring Boutique, 70s-90s vintage goods.
Curandera Remedies, organic remedies including oils & crystals.
Sniptease, custom cut clothing and handmade accessories.
La Succulenta, handmade succulent and garden creations.
Bird & 98th, organic facial care, art, and teas.
Nurbana 305, bohemian clothing and accessories.
Sakura Soap Co., handmade artisan soaps.
Indie True, handmade couture clothing and vintage decor.
Heist, handmade leather hand bags and jewelry.
Nocturnal Press, handmade leather journals and locally made crafts.
Bijou Bonsai, handmade pottery and bonsai plants.
Merenda Bros., hats and fedoras plus vintage brands.
Everglades Treats, foraged edible findings from our very own Everglades.
Bodhi’s Garden Delights, handcrafted and holistic organic body treatments.
Scissor & Spool, handmade and vintage clothing, accessories, and doodads.
Blavk Jewelry, unique handmade jewelry.
Soulful Essence, mindfully crafted botanicals.
Natural Love, naturally handmade soaps, oils, essences, and creams.
Three Sisters Farm Food Mobile, organic farm to folk food purveyors.
Tree Hugging Soap, organic and creative soap.
Nic & Luc Fine Food Purveyors, preserves, jams, jellies, and canned goods.
It’s A Mid Mod Mad World, pristine vintage barware.
Mayhem Furniture Company, rustic tables, coffee tables and home decor.
RetrouVaille Upcycled, repurposed and handmade goods.
Wavy designs, urban retro apparel and accessories.
Total Recall Vintage, renewed vintage clothing.
The WoodWork Design, wooden kitchen utensils and cutting board.
TV Head Co., Men’s accessories made from repurposed wood and bamboo.
Dale Zine / Little Flags, vintage printed matter like zines, clothing, and more.
Gentlemanly Inc., shirts, beard oil, barware and more.
Two Palms Art Bazaar, framed prints and more.
Studio Grun, handmade metal jewelry.


Vice City Bean
Miami Smokers
Lulu’s Nitrogen Ice Cream
Wapo Taco
Les Petits Sucres
Mad Chiller
Mr. PB&J


Jahzel Dotel
Sarah Packiam
Edan Archer

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