This newish KX outdoor festie embraces pre-loved fashion, homewares, designer-makers and classic cars, bikes and commercial vehicles. But this year it’s bigger than ever, taking over Granary Square as well as West Handyside Canopy.
Throughout the weekend there’ll be DJs spinning 40s-to-80s tunes from a double decker bus, haircuts at a retro salon and live musical performances – jumping jazz originals from Paris-born Florence Joelle, whilst harmonica and guitar duo Juke Joint J’s will be on hand for blues and boogie.Let’s not forget that 150 pre-1989 motors are going to be making an appearance, from Ford Cortinas to chromed Cadillacs. Prefer two-wheelers? Test your riding skills on everything from a mini penny farthing to the latest unique custom-built bicycles at bike bazaar B Spoke.
And for a spot of shopping, browse Vivien of Holloway and her stall of fashions from the 50s, or peruse Wolf And Gypsy, who are travelling up from Brighton with an array of vintage treasures.
Craft beer, cocktails and street food complete the picture. Of course they do.