Randolph Street Market Festival
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Shop for antiques, furniture, vintage clothing, jewelry and collectibles from more than 200 dealers along Randolph Street between Ada Street and Ogden Avenue, and also inside the historic -- and air-conditioned -- Plumbers Hall. The annual fair also features themed mini-markets offering rare vinyl recordings, global goods and fancy foods such as chocolates, cakes and spices.
Get an early start on your shopping outdoors (8 a.m.) and indoors (9 a.m.) with a special ticket ($20-$25) that benefits Chicago House.
Tickets include repeat entry all weekend and a shopping voucher worth $5 (good on products marked at $25 and up; not all vendors accept vouchers). Season passes are available. Outdoor portions of market are pet-friendly, to a degree: Dobermans and pit bulls are not allowed.