Huge Antique and Home Furnishing Sale at the Long Beach Flea Spread out over 20 acres, shoppers, collectors and decorators can furnish an entire home,
from their bathroom to bedroom, in a single day …..all at wholesale prices!
News-Antique.com - Oct 06,2011 - LONG BEACH ANTIQUE MARKET
HELD AT VETERANS STADIUM
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16
Everything Chic* Cheap * Unique * Vintage!
One of the largest antique & collectible markets
on the West Coast will be held on Sunday, October 16th at Long Beach Veterans Stadium. Over 800 dealers from all parts of the United States will feature a myriad of antiques - Everything Chic * Cheap *Unique * Vintage….including collectibles and home furnishings
for sale at discount prices.
Now in its 29th year the Long Beach Antique Market was voted the best flea market in Los
Angeles by L.A. Magazine and was featured on ABC TV “The View” and the Opra Winfrey Show.
It was also named the best flea market in the U. S. by Good Housekeeping Magazine.
Spread out over 20 acres, shoppers, collectors and decorators can furnish an entire home,
from their bathroom to bedroom, in a single day …..all at wholesale prices! Dealers will be
offering a wide variety of collectible treasures including:
Architectural items, shabby chic, metro, modern and retro, dining room sets,
china, posters, fine art, pottery, oak, rattan, mahogany, mission style and pine furniture,
book cases, antique toys, country store collectibles, china cabinets, primitives,
kitchen collectibles, dinnerware, silver, textiles, and much more!
Admission for adults is $5.00 (6:30am – 2pm) and children under 12 are free. Early bird
admission is $10 (from 5:30am - 6:30am) Parking is free with plenty of restrooms, food and
an ATM on site. The Long Beach Antique Market is held the 3rd Sunday of every month.
To get to Veterans Stadium take the 405 Freeway to the Lakewood Blvd (North exit), turn
right on Lakewood Blvd. Stay on Lakewood for 1 mile and turn right at Conant St. for one
block. Customers may visit www.LongBeachAntiqueMarket.com for discount coupons, maps,
and a schedule of events.
For further information contact: Donald Moger (323) 655-5703