November 29 & 30, 2014
1 Avenue of the Palms, Treasure Island.
Closed December, 2014
Treasure Island Flea is happening the last weekend of each month. The “festival of the bay” attracts around 15,000 attendees each month, despite only being three years old. The Treasure Island Flea market was launched to support local artists and entrepreneurs and has done so beautifully, being filled with artists, collectors, designers, crafters, and food trucks.
Saturdays and Sundays
Ashby BART Station Parking Lot
Add a stop for the Berkeley Flea Market when you’re in town and check out all of the goods their vendors offer .
November 8, 2014
Jack London Square
Head to Jack London Square on the 2nd Saturday of every month for the Jack of All Trades Market and shop, eat food and craft beer, and enjoy live music. You can even bring your dog!
Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Dawn to Dusk
1590 Berryessa Rd
San Jose, CA 95133
Saturdays & Sundays – $7 or FREE before 9am
Wednesdays & Fridays – $3
November 27 (Thanksgiving) – Closed
November 28 (Day after Thanksgiving) – OPEN
December 25 (Christmas) – Closed
All other days, open as usual.
The San Jose Flea Market has been going strong since 1960 and has over 4 million attendees per year. With more than 6000 vendors, and 60 food carts, there’s sure to be something for everyone. Be ready to walk, as the flea market spans ¼ mile in length.
First Saturday, Rain or shine, including holidays
November 1, 2014
December 6, 2014
De Anza College – Parking Lots A & B
Cupertino, CA 95014
The De Anza Flea Market has been around for 30 years, and remains a student enterprise. They consistently sell all 825 vendor stalls and draw 15,000-20,000 shoppers on a good weathered day.