Neighborhood Flea Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What types of Sellers are Ideal for the Neighborhood Flea?
A: Vintage Clothing, Repurposed Furniture, Handmade Jewelry, Wellness Products and Services, Bath and Body, Fresh Produce, Flowers, Reclaimed Wooden Wares, Local Foods & Strong Brews, Hands-On Workshops, Collections, Food Trucks, Baked Goods, Fresh Juice, Coffee, Records, Art and more!
Q: How do I apply to be a vendor at the Flea?
A: 2019 Applications are now open APPLY HERE
Q: Where does the Neighborhood Flea Take Place?
Where can I park?
A: The Flea is located at 3 Crossings in Pittsburgh’s Strip District. 3 Crossings is located at 26th Street and Railroad Streets. The HUB Parking Lot is located on the property and is only $3 on Flea days. GPS for The HUB: 114 27th St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Link to THE HUB
Q: When Does the Neighborhood Flea Take Place?
A: Second Sundays May - October from 10 am - 3 pm
Q: How Long has the Flea Been Around?
A: The Neighborhood Flea was founded in 2014.
VENDOR / SELLER FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How Do I Apply?
A: APPLY HERE
Q: Can I Show Up to Sell at The Flea?
A: This is a juried event. We accept our sellers ahead of time and they are required to pay and sign our vendor agreement in a timely fashion before the event.
Q: How Do I Find Out How to Set Up Once Accepted?
A: All sellers will receive an email with logistical information and their assigned booth space with a map the week of the event.
Q: Do I Need to Provide my own Tent and Table?
A: Yes! You are not required to use a tent but we do recommend one. You will need to provide weights for your tent.
Q: Do you offer free spaces for non profits?
A: We have one space we award to a non profit each month. To apply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: Who Can I Contact if I Have Not Heard if I am Accepted to Vend?
A: Email email@example.com
Q: Are all Sellers Required to Provide a Tax ID Number?
A: You can provide the last 4 digits of your ss# if you are not a licensed business. You are required to adhere to the PA Tax Laws found on the PA Dpt of Revenue website.
To apply for a PA 100 Entity Registration, visit the website.