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Pasadena has the Rose Bowl, Hollywood has the Fairfax Flea, Downtown has the DT Flea, and soon, Woodland Hills will have its very own weekly vintage shopping experience. Starting March 15th, Melrose Trading Post will unveil its second location at Taft Charter High, which will be open every Saturday from 9am to 5pm.
Just like its sister market at Fairfax High, Taft's spot will showcase up to 200 vendors each week and is expected to draw nearly 4,000 attendees, making it the SFV's new place to be. Mark your cal for March; if you're interested in vending or performing at the new flea, learn how to apply here.
· Melrose Trading Post [Official Site]
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