Spokane local art market ‘Bazaar’ is back June 18

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People at Terrain's Bazaar in downtown Spokane
Erin Robinson. Copyright 4 News Now

SPOKANE, Wash. — After being cancelled and modified over the past two years, Spokane’s largest all-local art market Bazaar is back!

More than 95 of the region’s most exciting and dynamic artists, craftsmen, and goodsmongers will be offering their work to the public, with most priced at $100 or less. You can find many different forms of art, clothing, jewelry, home goods, and more on sale in downtown Spokane on June 18.

Bazaar will also have live music, food trucks, a photo booth, and other festive activities.

In 2021’s modified event, 75 Vendors sold $150,000 worth of art and handmade goods and about 20,000 people attended the event.

Bazaar is free to attend and is happening on Main Avenue between Lincoln Street and Wall Street, on Saturday, June 18 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. For more information on Bazaar, click here.

LOOK: PHOTOS: People enjoying Terrain’s Bazaar