JUNE 14 - 15, 2024 - KANSAS CITY


    Makers Market Artisan Lineup Announced for Boulevardia

    Posted May 18, 2023

    Organizers of Boulevardia announced today the lineup of makers for the festival’s annual Makers Market. With 52 different local makers, this will be the largest lineup of makers in the festival’s history.

    The Makers Market has proven to be one of the most traveled spots at Boulevardia each year and will return to Washington Square Park alongside a local stage, the podcast stage, hammocks for lounging and more. Several merchants from previous years will return, but many of this year’s merchants are new to the festival.

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

    ACira Studio
    Annie Austen
    Art by Daph
    Bleach Bae
    Boge Golf
    Boulevard Brewing Co. Gift Shop
    Capybara Caricatures
    Corvus Curiosities
    Cosmic Cowgirls
    Crown & Heart
    Dan Padavic
    Drink in Nature
    EB and Co.
    Gardner Leatherworks
    Good Bitter Best
    Good Kid Collective
    Ipomoea Organics
    Ivy Lena
    Kate E. Burke
    Katheryn Krouse Art
    KCMOCO. Candles
    Knight Owl Design
    Lex Moderne
    Matthew Made Art
    Meeks Me Smile Studio
    Messner Bee Farm
    Michael Schultz Creative
    Neon Leaf
    Nug Life Clothing
    Oddities Prints
    Press Monkey Studio
    Red Hare Leather
    Ricardo’s Artwork
    Slow Fashion Goods
    SOAP Refill Station KC
    Stellar Gifts & Goods
    Studio Duo KC
    Tall Tale Vintage
    Team Cocktail
    The Babe Standard
    The Rolling Garden
    Tucker & Scout
    Walnut Lane
    Wandering Bud
    Wasteland Society
    Wearhouse Vintage
    Whoopsie Daisy
    Wooden Element

    Boulevardia will also have a merchandise booth with branded apparel and wares available for purchase. Additional details about the festival, will be announced in the coming weeks.

    About Boulevardia
    The two-day urban street festival is June 16 and 17 in downtown Kansas City, Missouri., near the intersection of Pershing and Grand Boulevard, encompassing Crown Center and Washington Square Park. The event features a craft beer and food sampling experience and music from local, regional and national acts, as well as interactive activities, entertainment, and shopping, all in a unique urban setting. Learn more about the nonprofit festival at Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.