Alt.Market Online Market

Shop for unique items and support local with Alt.Market’s Online Markets, every Wednesday and Saturday on their Facebook page!

What Is It?

Our local creatives need our help during this difficult time. Since physical markets are a no-go for now, they have no means to earn an income or share their beautiful crafts. And if you’re a fan of the alternative side of life, then be sure not to miss Alt.Market’s Online Markets! Here, Alt.Market hosts frequent online markets to support various SMEs and their collection of unique crafts and products, amazing trinkets and delights!

You can expect to see, shop and support various creators every week (most of which you’ll recognise from events such as GeekFest, rAge and ComicCon), a few names include:

There are many more, so be sure to click “GOING” on their Facebook events every week to be notified of who to expect to see.

When Is It?

Wednesdays and Saturdays unless otherwise specified.

  • Listed Wednesday online markets start at 18:00 and end the following Thursday at 18:00.
  • Listed Saturday online markets start at 12:00 and end the following Sunday at 12:00.

The online market event pages will stay open for 24 hours so you can continue shopping online from the comfort of your own home and enjoy all the amazing discounts!

Visit their Facebook page to find out when their next market will be taking place.

Where Is It?

Online on the Alt.Market Facebook page.

How Much Is It?

Entrance to the online market is FREE.

For More Information

For more information about the Alt.Market, visit their Facebook page.

Please note: Online events are subject to be postponed, cancelled or changed at any given time. Please visit their social platforms to stay informed of these changes and their announcements. 

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2020-05-11 00:00:00 2020-05-31 18:00:00 Africa/Johannesburg Alt.Market Online Market Online.

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