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Indie Bazaar Odd Market Invades the Autry Museum in Spring

The handmade and vintage marketplace is headed to a new home.

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Odd Market is on the move again. After hopping over the hill from DTLA to Studio City's Sportsmen's Lodge last fall, the Etsy-meets-flea market bazaar is headed to a new home at The Autry in Griffith Park this spring.

Per LA Event Co.'s blog, the head honchos at its previous home "decided to pull the plug on our Thursday night market." Holding court at the Western museum's lush lawn, the indie marketplace will go from a weekly to a monthly event and will boast 200 vendor booths, growing to over three times in size. In addition to offering live music and DJs, beer and wine, food trucks, and kids's craft areas, the pet- and picnic-friendly event will offer plenty of free parking.

No word yet on the exact debut date, but event organizer Phillip Dane tells us Odd Market 3.0 is slated to open at its new digs in April. He's currently seeking local designers, crafters, and vintage and antiques vendors; head here for more deets on how to join the roster.

The Autry Museum

4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, CA 90027