Just south of downtown Nashville, you’ll find approximately 2000 booths full of new and used merchandise at the Nashville Flea Market. The year-round flea market takes place once a month at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. Each month has its own theme.
625 Smith Avenue
Nashville, Tennessee 37203
- Nashville Expo Center at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds
Nashville Flea Market Dates:
- Fourth Saturday weekend of the month, January through November
- Third Saturday weekend of the month in December
2016 Nashville Flea Market Schedule and Monthly Themes:
- January 22 - 24: Retro Revival
- February 26 - 28: Romance Junkies
- March 25 - 26: Down Memory Lane
- April 22 - 24: Spring Extravaganza
- May 27 - 29: Thrift Emporium
- June 24 - 26: Vintage Galore
- July 22 -24: Americana Cool
- August 26 - 28: Old School Rules
- September 23 - 25: Fall Fest
- October 21 - 23: Holiday Hunt
- November 25 - 27: Novel & Nostalgic
- December 16 - 18: Down to the Wire
December and January Hours
- Friday: noon to 5 p.m.
- Saturday: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Sunday: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March through November Hours:
- Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Sunday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Free admission
- $5 parking
- $35 overnight RV parking
- Service animals only
Among old and new merchandise, you'll probably find:
- Antiques, collectibles, and vintage goods
- Jewelry (new and old)
- Handmade clothing
- Furniture (new, old, painted, upcycled, and refurbished)
- Artwork and home accessories
- Ceramics, glassware, and dishes
- Gardening supplies and plants
- Outdoor furniture and accessories
- Rugs and other textiles (new and old)
Nashville Flea Market Shopping Tips:
- Concessions are available, but they are somewhat pricey. You might want to bring some bottle water and a few snacks.
- ATM machine available.
- There are exceptions, but indoor booths tend to have the new items. The antique and vintage merchandise is mostly outside.
- Beware of booths full of faux antiques and reproductions, which are new items manufactured to look old.
- Read the 20 Do's and Don'ts for Flea Market Shoppers before you go.
- For large items, there are several designated pick-up points along the edges of the market. Your seller should tell you which pick-up point to use. Make sure you get a receipt and a pick-up pass. You'll need both to claim your purchase.
Selling at the Nashville Flea Market
- To become a seller at the Nashville Flea Market, fill out the vendor application and then fax it to the business office at (615) 862-5015. Or, call (615) 862-5016 to complete the application by phone.
- Indoor booth rental prices start at $90, shed spaces start at $35, and outdoor booths cost $70 or $85 per weekend.
- Booth reservations will be cancelled if your payment isn't received within five days of making the reservation.
- Tables, chairs, electrical connections, and vendor parking for large trucks and trailers are available for additional fees.
- Temporary licenses are available for sellers without Tennessee Business Licenses and Tennessee Sales Tax Numbers
- Prohibited items include animals, counterfeit goods, expired pharmacy items and other perishables, pornography, and stolen merchandise. You must have special permission to sell plants and concessions.