The Corydon Extravaganza is advertised as a curated vintage, junk & artisan festival that celebrates all things rusty, dusty, timeless & awesome. This event takes place just three times a year, with one of those markets setting up for Christmas. The Corydon Extravaganza features both indoor and outdoor spaces for its 200+ vendors, and goes on come rain or shine. So vintage enthusiasts are advised to mark the dates and be sure to attend one of these fantastic occasions.
As with many vintage festivals, there is a small entrance fee to the Corydon Extravaganza. However, this market is more than worth the money. There is so much more going on at the Corydon Extravaganza than the stall with merchandise for sale. Every time, the organizers manage to create a real party atmosphere with music, entertainment and so much food and drink to sample. Local produce and delicacies are celebrated, and visitors will need to attend both days of the market weekends to make sure there is time to sample all the delicious refreshments.
Collectors and lovers of all things old and used will find plenty of those to keep them busy browsing the stalls of the Corydon Extravaganza. There are pieces of furniture for both indoors and outdoors, toys filled with nostalgia, comics, advertising memorabilia, decorative objects and ornaments, clothing, cameras, jewelry, tools, fabrics, and much more.
As well as plenty of collectibles, the Corydon Extravaganza also sets aside more than enough space for handcrafts and creative arts. Vendors and creators are welcoming and happy to converse and offer tips, and anyone seeking inspiration or advice on their on handcrafts or looking for somewhere to start with upcycling or reclamation of old furnishings should be sure to attend this market.
With its mix of vintage finds, unique antiques, and one of a kind repurposed goods, the Corydon Extravaganza truly has something for everyone, and visitors are guaranteed to outspend their budget when attending this vintage fair.