Randolph Street Market Festival
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Shop for antiques, vintage collectibles and indie designer apparel 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 ninth annual European-style fair also features food, beer and wine vendors and themed mini-markets offering rare vinyl recordings, global goods and fancy foods such as chocolates, cakes and spices.
New in 2012: 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.