This Flea Market Has Chicago’s Best Vintage Costume Picks for Halloween

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This Flea Market Has Chicago’s Best Vintage Costume Picks for Halloween

Randolph Street Market gets spooky with “Picks N Treats” weekend. 

Just in time for costume-procrastinators, Randolph Street Market is hosting Picks N Treats, a Halloween vintage and craft show to knock your (limited 1940’s) socks off! The Halloween market runs Oct. 26-27 and promises spooky-time fun for the whole family. [Feature photo courtesy of Randolph Street Market]

Randolph Street Market is a year-round antique and craft venue that houses anywhere between 125-500 vendors one weekend out of every month. Home to the Chicago Antique Market, Indie Designer Market, Modern Vintage Chicago, and many other specialty exchange shows, there’s a little bit of everything to find at Randolph. From vintage leather jackets to classic pieces of furniture to great food and drinks from local caterers, Randolph offers something for everyone.

Photo: Randolph Street Market

This month, Picks N Treats is serving up ghostly vintage looks. Kicking off the market’s fall indoor season, Picks N Treats will have 125 unique vendors, as well as Halloween-themed food and drinks. This is the perfect event to find a unique Halloween costume, enjoy the bloody mary station, groove to a local DJ, or get a headstart on Christmas shopping. 

Randolph Street Market hosts both indoor and outdoor markets year-round, one weekend out of every month. Upcoming events include Picks N Treats Oct 26-27 and Randolph Holiday Markets Nov 23-24 and Dec 14-15. Tickets and more information are available on the market’s website.

Photo: Randolph Street Market

Time: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Date: Sat Oct 26 and Sun Oct 27

Address: 1341 W Randolph St. Chicago

Cost: $8 online, $10 at the door. Senior tickets are $5 and children 12 and under get in free.  Family tickets, season passes, and more offers are available on Randolph Street Market’s website.

Free Parking is available in the Plumbers Hall lot across the street.

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