Three Cincinnati Outdoor Markets You Can Visit This Labor Day Weekend

These markets boast a variety of different offerings that range from art to clothes and antiques.

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In search of ways to spend your long holiday weekend or eager to show your visiting relatives a slice of Cincinnati life? A trip to one of these outdoor markets in the Queen City should do the trick.

There are three different outdoor markets available around Cincinnati over Labor Day weekend, boasting a variety of different offerings that range from art to clothes and antiques. Read on to learn more about each of them.


Head to Woodburn Brewery for the fifth niteMKT, a self-described "goods and makers fair of regional vendors, incorporating projected light art, supported by live music."

There will be 25 vendors, including B Quirkie Boutique, Grafton Leather Company and Ancient Drip, with live music from Juan Cosby & Guests. Elijah Garitson will provide the art concept.

The event lasts from 8-11 p.m. on Sept. 3. Admission is free. Woodburn Brewery is located at 2800 Woodburn Ave. in East Walnut Hills. Find more information at

Tri-State Antique Market

Explore more than 200 dealers spread across five acres of the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds.

There will be vintage clothes, retro kitchenware, architectural salvage and more, according to a release.

"The September Market, traditionally held over Labor Day weekend, tends to be one of the biggest of the season with an influx of dealers looking to take advantage of cooler weather and end-of-season bargaining," says the market.

The market lasts from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sept. 4; early bird admission starts at 6 a.m. $4. Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds is located at 351 E. Eads Parkway in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Find more information at

Art on Vine

The Art on Vine pop-up maker market is back on Fountain Square.

Explore the goods of more than 80 local vendors and artisans.

The market takes place noon-6 p.m. on Sept. 4. Admission is free. Fountain Square is located at 520 Vine St., Downtown. Find more information at

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