6 local pop-up markets this fall, including Woodlawn Street Market

Local pop-up markets
No better way to spend your day than at a local pop-up market in Birmingham. (Pepper Place)

Leaves are falling and the weather is cooling down — fall is officially here in The Magic City. To celebrate the days ahead, we suggest venturing to one of Birmingham’s unique local pop-up markets. Read on for our top six and why you’ll love them.

1. Woodlawn Street Market

Local pop-up markets
Meet me at the market. (Rev Birmingham)

Woodlawn Street Market is your perfect fall destination. They have a wide variety of local vendors selling everything from fresh foods and organic bath and beauty products to clothes and handmade jewelry. You can shop at their virtual shop online or in person on select dates.

2. The Market at Pepper Place

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Find fresh foods, handmade products, live music + more every Saturday. (Pat Byington / BhamNow)

It’s no secret that BhamNow loves The Market at Pepper Place. With unique vendors and products that you can only find in Birmingham, it’s a staple in The Magic City.

This special market hosts over 10,000+ visitors every Saturday, and with plans to expand the market, it will continue to gain more fans.

What are you waiting for? Bring your friends, family and furry friends to this must-visit pop-up market.

3. Alabama Farmers Market

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Decorate your home for fall + support local farmers. (Alabama Farmers Market / Facebook)

One of the best ways to support local farmers and ranchers is to visit the Alabama Farmers Market. Open daily and located right here in Birmingham.

You can find produce from local farmers, a flea market, onsite stores such as The Farmhouse and even restaurants. Open rain or shine, Alabama Farmers Market is the perfect way to spend the beautiful fall days this season.

4. Punk Rock Flea Market

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Support local vendors + buy some unique pieces. (Punk Rock Flea Market / Facebook)

This local pop-up market that hosts vendors at a variety of locations across the Greater Birmingham Area, so be sure their website daily for where to go. We did the research for you this time, so mark your calendars for October 16 and shop art, vintage clothing, records, and more along with live music.

5. Fellowship House Holiday Market

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Vendors + shoppers, you won’t want to miss this event. (Fellowship House / Facebook)

It’s never too early to start thinking about the holiday season. The Fellowship House hosts a holiday market on December 3 with more vendors being added daily. Whether you’re a buyer or a seller you will want to attend. Plus, the rumors are true… Santa will be making a guest appearance!

6. Mom’s Basement Vintage Market

Guide to local pop-up markets
Feel the nostalgia + buy the nostalgia at Mom’s Basement. (Mom’s Basement / Facebook)

Lover of 90s nostalgia, good music and delicious drinks? You won’t want to miss this weekend’s event at Mom’s Basement.

Hosting over 50 different vendors, this is the perfect way to spend your off time. With sellers like House Plant Collective and local vintage clothing hunters, it is a great way to shop + support.

Can’t make it this Saturday? Check Mom’s Basement on social for their next pop-up event.


Where is YOUR favorite place to shop locally? Did we miss any pop-up markets? Let us know on Instagram or Facebook!

Emma Johnston
Emma Johnston
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