Atlanta Indie Market officially opened on Saturday July 22.

From 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Murphy Park Fairgrounds became the playground for all the cool kids, artists, hipsters, activists, and culture connoisseurs.


The market is a community created for creatives and creative lovers to connect and network over shared interests. There were so many vendors selling vintage merch, original art pieces, jewelry, and other types of dope expressions of the creative juice that flows throughout the city of Atlanta.


The energy was amazing. You could feel the presence of culture and entrepreneurship heavy, and the love and support was in abundance as well.


Vendors supporting vendors, performers rocking the stage, attendees enjoying the experience, and all around good vibes is what this Atlanta Indie Market was made of.

The market was Powered by POP ATL but made successful by the collective of collaborators who help make it all possible. We are truly appreciative of all those who came out.

The Atlanta Indie Market is open to the public for the rest of the summer/fall. If you missed the opening, be sure to make it out to the next one on August 26.


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