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Calling all aspiring Haim family members and stylish beat droppers seeking another source for shopping throwback treasures and tunes. This weekend, Rock 'n' Roll Flea Market invades DTLA's majorly-renovated Regent Theater for its third shopping bazaar, bringing with it a killer roster of rebellious vendors. It's the newest venture from the folks behind insider-faved home decor shop Inheritance and takes place every first Sunday of the month.
Going down this Sunday, March 1st from 10am to 3pm, the monthly marketplace promises vintage and handmade clothing, jewelry, vinyl, music memorabilia and instruments, antiques, taxidermied curiosities, and much more. Expect to find pre-loved apparel by Hellhound Vintage and Bunny and Wolf, bullet-ridden (literally) apparel by Totally Blown, retro kimonos from fest-ready fave Phraseology, creepy-cool accoutrements by Biological Jewels, records from Beat Swap Meet, concert posters by Kii Arens, and many other cool LA dealers.