47 Holiday Markets and Gift Bazaars in Seattle This Weekend: Dec 13-15, 2019

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Shop for gifts from new and returning makers while you enjoy live DJs, food trucks, and cocktails at the Renegade Craft Fair. COURTESY OF RENEGADE CRAFT FAIR

We know that you know that Christmas and Hanukkah are two weeks away, but did you know about all the places to find locally made gifts for your loved ones this weekend? We’ve rounded up all the pop-ups and bazaars bearing goods for everyone on your list, from bookworms to amateur art collectors to consumers of baked goods. See them all below and our holiday markets calendar.


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THURSDAY

Guilty Holiday Pleasures Party at Chophouse Row
Drag queens will serenade you with carols (and DJ Tito Ramsey will spin during breaks) at this holiday shindig also promising mulled wine, a market, a tree lighting, and photo ops with bad Santa.
Chophouse Row (Capitol Hill)

Preserve & Gather Holiday Pop-Up
Pick up boxes of cookies, assorted lollipops, and other goods from Botanical Bakery at this fifth annual holiday pop-up. 
Preserve & Gather (Greenwood)

South Lake Union Winter Market
If you’re on the hunt for crafty holiday gifts, stop by this market to shop from a couple dozen local vendors.
Amazon Van Vorst (South Lake Union)

THURSDAY-FRIDAY

Pilchuck Holiday Sale
Shop handmade crafts, include glassware, ornaments, pottery, and more, by expert Pilchuck artists.
Pilchuck Seattle (Pioneer Square)

THURSDAY-SUNDAY

Holiday Craft Market
A trip downtown during the holidays warrants a visit to Urban Craft Uprising’s annual market, where you’ll find all sorts of handmade gifts throughout the season.
Westlake Park (Downtown)

FRIDAY

Copper Canyon Press Showcase and Holiday Book Sale
The local press will have many poetry books to buy during their annual celebration. Come for the shopping, stay for the ecological verse reading from Here: Poems for the Planet, featuring work from 125 prominent writers like Mary Oliver, Robert Hass, and Aimee Nezhukumatathil, plus a foreword by the Dalai Lama.
Hugo House (Capitol Hill)

Friday Night Holiday Market
Sip complimentary beer and wine, rub elbows with Santa, and shop for holiday gifts from guest vendors. 
Fringe (Capitol Hill)

Holiday Hooky Hour
Take a break from your responsibilities to enjoy a little shopping and holiday cheer in Pioneer Square. Participating businesses in the neighborhood will have special deals, promotions, and festive activities. 
Various locations (Pioneer Square)

Holiday Magic: The Goods Pop-Up Shop
Shops along Queen Anne Avenue North will stay open late and offer sips, sales, and other holiday festivities. 
Various locations (Queen Anne)

Holiday Makers Market
South Seattle vendors like Lexa Luna Studio, Mousy Collection, Artcycled, and over 20 others will sell unique gifts for everyone on your list, from skincare aficionados to fine art collectors.
La Marzocco (Seattle Center) 

Phestivus: Art for the Rest of Us
Find handmade ornaments and other excellent artsy gifts for under $50 while you taste seasonal snacks and drinks. Plus, stop by a snowflake-making station.
The Greenwood Art Collective 

Pop-Up Holiday Market
Locally owned businesses like J & J Chocolates, Hometown Candle Co., and Rethink Fabrics will sell their wares in 400 Fairview’s Market Hall while a high school jazz band plays live.
400 Fairview (South Lake Union)

Witches’ Night Out Yule Market
This edition of the Witches’ Night Out Market will celebrate the darkest parts of the yuletide season—bolstered by the inherent freakiness of Friday the 13th—with a local lineup of metaphysically minded artisans.
Arcadia (Ballard)

FRIDAY-SUNDAY

12 Days of Shop the Square
Shop local in Pioneer Square in the 12 days leading up to Christmas. The organizers add, “You will find a wide variety of unique products and a cozy, hometown experience while shopping in the neighborhood’s dense selections of shops. We promise you will feel the warmth and be valued by our store owners.” Follow along on the event’s Facebook page for shopping recommendations on each day.  
Various locations (Pioneer Square)

Annual Holiday Native Gift Fair & Art Market
Find gifts for loved ones by local Native artists and makers at this annual market.
Duwamish Longhouse (West Seattle)

Hundred & Under Group Art Show
All the quirky art at this exhibition, created by 11 local artists, costs no more than $100.
Retrofit Home (Capitol Hill)

National Juried Show of Small Works
If you’re getting on a plane for the holidays and don’t want to check a bag full of gifts for your loved ones, pick up small but mighty work by local artists at Parklane’s juried winter show.
Parklane Gallery (Kirkland)

SATURDAY

2nd Annual-Afro-Centric Black Womxn Owned Holiday Bazaar + Afro Beat
Support black womxn-owned businesses and makers at this pop-up. 
Renton Chamber of Commerce

5th Annual Handmade Bazaar
Shop for holiday gifts from local artists and crafters in the Vintage Travel Trailer, then head over to the lodge for a live rendition of the Beatles’ Abbey Road by the Paul Bearers.
Sou’wester (Seaview)

Ballard Holiday Pop-Up Market
This pop-up promises food, beer, and crafts by local makers. 
Populuxe Brewing (Ballard)

Christmas Market 2019
l’Alliance Française de Seattle and Goethe Pop Up Seattle will bring you a European-style holiday market featuring handmade arts, crafts, and artisan goods, German and French libations and delicatessen, choir performances, and a visit from Santa.
Chapel Performance Space (Wallingford)

Danish Christmas Fest
Warm up with Danish winter treats (like æbleskiver, gløgg, and Christmas cookies) and sips (like Nordic brews, ciders, and aquavit) while you shop for vintage goods from a pop-up market. 
Seattle Danish Center (North Seattle)

Handmade Holiday Market at Second Use
Purchase handmade gifts from over 35 local makers and enjoy a food truck, dessert vendors, and a beer garden to keep you fueled while you shop.
Second Use Building Materials (Beacon Hill)

Historic Seattle & Georgetown Art Attack: A Group Show and Sale
Buy Seattle history-themed art at this benefit for the Historic Seattle society.
Palace Theatre & Art Bar (Georgetown)

Holiday Art Market
Shop festive work by more than 50 local artists. 
The Greenwood Art Collective

Holiday Bazaar at Roosevelt High School
Shop for handmade arts and crafts from local vendors and enjoy live performances by the Roosevelt High School Jazz Band, Vocal Jazz Choir, and K-Pop Dance Team.
Roosevelt High School (Green Lake)

Mall with Mom
The local small business market Mall with Mom will pop up at the Museum of Museums (aka MOM). 
Museum of Museums (Capitol Hill)

NAAM Holiday Market
The museum will host its second annual artisan market featuring local small businesses. 
Northwest African American Museum (Atlantic)

Old Fashioned Christmas Market
Friday Harbor will charm denizens and visitors out the wazoo with an old-timey Christmas market featuring local food vendors, farm-fresh produce, live holiday music, a spirits garden, and festive activities for all ages.
Brickworks Plaza (Friday Harbor)

Pajamarama
Slip into something more comfortable for a morning of cozy holiday shopping at participating stores. You’ll even get a free mug (or you can bring one from home) with which to fill with hot cocoa.
West Seattle Junction

Serafina & Cicchetti Holiday Bazaar
Need a gift for the foodies in your life? This fifth annual market hosted by beloved Italian sister restaurants Cicchetti and Serafina will offer such Seattle-specific delights as infused olive oil, spice blends, tomato sauce, and cookies, plus other gifts like essential oils. The kitchen will be shelling out bites and the resident sommelier, Sal, will be pouring small tastes of wine while you shop.
Cicchetti (Eastlake)

SODO Flea Market
Every second and last Thursday of the month, PNW vendors gather in Sodo to sling vintage and antique items, handmade goods, and fresh food and coffee.
Sodo Flea Market

A Very Vintage Market
At this recurring market, find all sorts of vintage clothes, linens, furniture, housewares, and much more. You can also get some insight into your future by a tarot card and numerology reader.
Shoreline Elks Hall

SATURDAY-SUNDAY

Carnation Christmas Market
Taking cues from European-style Christmas markets, this holiday gift affair will take place in a ’20s-era Hippodrome and will offer seasonal tipples and snacks, artisan goods, and an appearance from Santa Claus.
Carnation Farms

Deck the Brew Hall: Fremont Brewing Holiday Market
Browse a holiday market for locally made gifts, try holiday-infused beers on tap, and meet the “Santa Claus Yeti.” Dogs and kids are welcome.
Fremont Brewing

Fabulous Feminist Holiday Bake Sale
Gobble up coconut macaroons, ginger snaps, roasted nuts, and more holiday treats to support the women’s rights organization Radical Women Seattle.
New Freeway Hall (Columbia City)

Holiday Open House: Local Art as Gifts
Artist sisters Joan and Nancy Bazaz and digital collage artist Liz Ruest will sell jewelry, prints, and more at this holiday sale.
Bazaz Studios (Ballard)

Renegade Craft Fair
Shop for crafts from new and returning makers while you enjoy live DJs, food trucks, and cocktails.
Magnuson Park (Sand Point)

Seward Park Clay Studio Holiday Show and Sale
Buy handcrafted clay goods—from functional kitchenware to works of art—at this holiday market. They’ll have a “wearable art weekend” (presumably focused on jewelry) this weekend.
Seward Park Clay Studio (Rainier Valley)

SUNDAY

8th Annual Holiday Mercatini di Natale
Support local makers like Meg Maggie Margaret Artisan Chocolates, Epicene, and Kitschy Delish and enjoy all the trappings of a traditional Italian Christmas market. Santa Jenny will be around to sing songs to children.
Bar del Corso (Beacon Hill)

Bait Shop Holiday Market!
Your favorite local shops—M’s Pickles, Lineman Vintage, Ricky’s Freshness, Hot Hot Sauce Sauce, and the Coy Hyena, to name a few—will bring some wares to the nautical-themed bar. 
Bait Shop (Capitol Hill)

Building 30 West Open Studios and Holiday Small Works Show
Wander through 25 artist studios, hear local music, check out the Holiday Small Works show, and buy creative goodies for your loved ones.
Building 30 (Sand Point)

Burien Winter Market
The first annual Burien Winter Market will have local goods for sale and activities for the whole family. 
Burien Farmers Market

Burke Holiday Pop-Up Market
Shop pieces from a dozen or so Indigenous artists—as well as natural history-related goods from the museum’s store—while you sip a warm beverage. On this day only, you’ll receive free admission to galleries when you purchase a membership or a gift from the pop-up market. 
Burke Museum (University District)

The Goods
Shop from over 25 artists when you’re not playing arcade games and knocking back cocktails. 
Jupiter Bar (Belltown)

Holiday Makers Market and Cookie Exchange
Stock up on last-minute gifts and baked goods at this market featuring vendors like the bakery pop-up Ben’s Bread, the Vashon-based cidery Nashi Orchards, small-batch artisan caramel and chocolate maker Meg Maggie Margaret Chocolates, the floral studio and garden Fortunate Orchard, and more. Plus, bring a batch of your favorite cookies to share for a chance to trade them with other participants.
Southpaw (Capitol Hill)

Noche Buena Holiday Pop-Up Market
Come for the handmade and vintage goods from BadWill Market and stay for the tacos. 
Little Neon Taco (First Hill)

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