June 16-17, 2023 Kansas City, MO


    Makers Market Artisan Lineup Announced for Boulevardia

    Posted May 23, 2019

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Boulevardians should come ready to shop at this year’s two-day urban street fair on June 14 -15 in the Stockyards District. The Makers Market will return for its sixth year with a variety of home goods, apparel and one-of-a kind finds from 24 independent artisans and craftspeople. In addition to some incredible makers, this year’s Makers Market will also feature several fun craft workshops and activations including live portrait drawings, tarot card reading and more.

    The Makers Market has proven to be one of the most traveled spots at Boulevardia each year. Patrons can leave the two-day street festival with unique apparel, artwork, jewelry and more. Several merchants from previous years will return, but most of this year’s merchants are new to the Makers Market lineup.

    The full Makers Market roster of vendors and activations is listed below (in alphabetical order):

    Babes Helping Babes
    Boulevard Brewing Co. Gift Shop
    Carly Rae Studios
    Charlie Mylie
    Chico Sierra
    Dear Society
    Gary’s Concession Mini Donuts
    Lily Dawson
    Liv + Work
    Made Mobb
    Mark Allen
    Normal Human
    Open House

    Opal + Gold
    Peaches Vintage
    Rest in Paradise
    River Rat Skate Shop
    Scraps KC
    Tall Tale Vintage
    The Jeweled Gypsy
    The Object Enthusiast
    The Porterhaus
    Thou Mayest
    Tropical Whip
    Tucker + Scout
    Wandering Bud
    WW Collective

    Outside of the Makers Market area, the Kansas City Royals will be also be onsite selling a small selection of vintage style shirts, hats and more at the festival.

    About Boulevardia
    The two-day urban street festival will take place June 14th and 15th in Kansas City’s Stockyards District, the area surrounding the Livestock Exchange Building. The event features a craft beer and food sampling experience, music from local, regional and national acts, as well as family activities, entertainment, shopping and eco-education, all in a unique urban setting. Learn more about the 501(c)(3) non-profit festival on this website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.