6 Chicago Holiday Markets To Make Your Season Bright

Tis’ the season for holiday shopping, and we know that you have a lot of things on your list! We’ve rounded up six incredible Chicago holiday markets that make it easy for you to shop for the whole family, and support small businesses in and around Chicago.

From crafty candles to homemade baked goods, these holiday markets have everything you need for your loved ones and a few things that you can and should grab for yourself.

Check out six-holiday markets that are sure to may your holiday season bright.

The Black Mall: Buy Black Friday Vendor Market

Vendors from the Black Mall // Image via Facebook

Date: Friday, November 25th

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Celebrate over a decade of buying and supporting Black-owned businesses with The Black Mall. The Chicago-based directory will showcase a selection of over 30 vendors, artists, and makers following the Thanksgiving holiday. Discover a variety of goods and services from Black-owned vendors during this local event. RSVP today for the free one day shopping event.

Renegade Craft Chicago Holiday Market

Date: Saturday, December 17th – Sunday, December 18th

Time: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Renegade Chicago returns for a festive wintertime marketplace from December 17th through the 18th. The Chicago tour stop for this well-known, nationwide market will take place at Morgan Manufacturing. Experience good holiday vibes and unique small businesses to shop and support during this annual holiday market in Chicago. For more details and information, visit Renegade Chicago.com.

Refine Collective Maker Mall Chicago

Refine Collective Pop-up Market // Image via Facebook

Date: Sunday, November 27th & December 11th

Time: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

This holiday season, shop and discover products from women and/or POC-identifying makers at Refine Collective’s Maker Mall. Year around the Refine Collective minority and women-owned businesses through pop-up markets and expansive directory. This holiday season, the pop-up shop that prides itself in supporting underrepresented communities, will host a free community-focused bazaar in Chicago and other cities around the country. If you are interested in learning more as a vendor or shopper, visit Refinecltv to learn more about the latest holiday market celebrating local small businesses near you.

The Holly Jolly Holiday Market

Northcenter Town Square // Image via Facebook

Date: Saturday, December 10th

Time: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Discover small businesses at a neighborhood holiday market in Chicago led by The North Center Neighbors Association. The family-friendly market will feature over 20+ merchants, food vendors, and amazing entertainment including a guest appearance from Santa and The Winter Queen welcoming kids of all ages. For tickets and more details, visit the market website.

Chicago Artisan Market in Ravenswood

Chicago Artisan Market // Image via Facebook

Date: Saturday, November 26th – Sunday, November 27th

Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Find holiday goodies for the whole family at the Chicago Artisan Market. The market will kick off Thanksgiving weekend at in the Ravenswood neighborhood of Chicago. Meet and shop 100+ top Chicago and Midwest artisans in food, fashion, home goods & art. Tickets are available now for this annual holiday market.

Chicago Antique Holiday Market Randolph Street

Randolph Street Holiday Market featured on The Haute Seekers 6 Hol
Randolph Street Holiday Market // Image via Facebook

Date: Saturday, December 17th – Sunday, December 18th

Time: 10:00 a.m.

Chicago’s world-famous European style antique and vintage market festival returns this holiday season in Chicago Randolph Street Holiday Market is home to the most unusual and stylishly crafted mix of vintage and modern decorative objects, housewares, fashion, art, hostess gifts, and more from 125 vendors. Tickets include access to a market bar, local eateries, and more while browsing vendors on three floors in the Plumbers Hall building.

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