WEB EXCLUSIVE CLTure and Transfer Co. Food Hall are teaming up for another shopping bazaar on March 26.
You’re in for a fun-filled day of arts and culture—plus music, food and shopping!—during the CLTure + Transfer Co. Spring Bazaar on March 26. After a successful fall event, The Spring Bazaar will once again take over the entire Transfer Co. Food Hall in an effort to encourage and promote the support of local businesses and North Carolina musicians.
More than 20 local vendors will be in attendance, including Evercoast Candles, Oak City Hot Sauce, The Pour House Record Shop, and Chance’s Vintage & Second Hand, to name a few—so you’ll have no problem grabbing a gift for your loved ones and a little something for yourself.
While you’re shopping around you can enjoy all your fave food and beverage offerings from the food hall to the badcrop of live beats from Zack Mexico, Solomon Fox, Jack the Radio and Tecoby Hines. And new to this season’s bazaar is also a mini-arcade set-up by Arcade of Thrones (!).
“We’re extremely grateful to bring back the CLTure + Transfer Co. Bazaar to Raleigh to showcase a diverse mix of music from all over North Carolina along with a great selection of local vendors,” says Cameron Lee, founder of CLTure in an exclusive interview with Raleigh Magazine. “We look forward to continuing to provide spaces for local bands and microlocal businesses throughout the year with Transfer Co. Food Hall.” We don’t know about you, but these shopping bazaars are definitely something we could get used to! Music festival tickets $7; local market free to the public