MADE BY LEGACY FLEA MARKET : NUMBER NINE
DATE: FRI, SAT & SUN 26-28 January 2018
TIME: 3PM – MIDNIGHT
LOCATION : SERMSUK WAREHOUSE, PEPSI PIER (BTS SAPHAN TAKSIN)
ENTRANCE FEE = 100 BAHT / PERSON / DAY
Made By Legacy flea market returns with a new and bigger location, taking over the old Sermsuk Warehouse along the Chao Phraya River (Pepsi Pier), a space spanning over 10 rai. The 3-day event (January 26-28, 2018) will be our ninth endeavor, bringing together over 200 vendors—our biggest yet—in a truly special setting. Backdropped by the lengthy Taksin Bridge, the warehouse’s riverside location is both scenic and convenient, accessible via BTS (Taksin Bridge Station), followed by a quick boat ride just across the river (from Sathorn Pier to Taksin Pier).
This MBL sees the gathering of over 200 shops and vendors each with their own speciality, from vintage and antique items to vinyl records to designer brands to local crafts. People will be browsing through an endless and eclectic array of clothing, jewelry, accessories, artifacts, designer goods, handmade pieces, shoes, furniture, homewares and knick-knacks. Moreover our friends will be present in full force with a massive collection of classic cars and motorcycles. As always, food and drinks are aplenty, ranging from a mix of cuisines, cocktails and creations handpicked by us same as vinyl tunes from classics to country to contemporary, stream through our speakers, transporting you to another place and time… here at Made by Legacy’s flea.
Every MBL flea market has its own narrative with a special theme, highlight or twist. This year, we’ve invited various local communities of nature lovers and eco-purveyors to be part of the MBL family. Aside from selling unique flowers, plants and gardening items, they will also be lending their green thumbs to the beautifying of our flea market, decorating the event with more flora and fauna than ever before. Their shared passion for nature will be manifested in various “green” spaces, intended not merely as photo-ops but as sources of awe and inspiration that we believe will stir up a wanting for more awareness, understanding and appreciation for our environment. Even in “city-est” of city folks will be charmed and moved by these thoughtful installations.