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Visit Lucky Street Productions Marketplace and you may never want to leave. Twice a month, Lucky Street opens its doors to the public. Inside its Oceanside flea market location is a veritable vintage wonderland.
This isn’t your average flea market. Upon walking in, you are instantly transported. Colorful fabric pennant banners and market lights canvas the ceiling and give the space an intimate feel. The charming sounds of lilting live jazz and blues play on as you browse through the haven of vintage wares, re-purposed furnishings, and handmade items. In fact, you will find an entire warehouse full of amazing vintage treasures brought to you by a variety of vendors.
Lucky Street is one part flea market, one part grandma’s attic, and one part handmade marketplace. It’s run by father/daughter duo Denny and Cara Golden and located in the old North County times building along Coast Highway. For the twice monthly vintage marketplace located in Oceanside, they’ve curated some of the most charming and unique vintage and handmade vendors throughout Southern California. One vendor is selling World War II love letters bundled in twine. Another sells gorgeous handmade charms. Yet another sells If you love to treasure hunt for that perfect vintage find, you won’t want to miss this Oceanside vintage flea market.
Lucky Street Productions also has a space for vintage themed prop and event décor rentals located in Murrieta (20 minutes north of Escondido and just minutes from Temecula Wine Country). These props were previously located at the Oceanside space, but have since relocated them to be closer to wine country for events and weddings. They’ve partnered with Madam Palooza Styling and Photography to bring vintage magic to any event.
If you are interested in becoming a vendor at Lucky Street, please call: 760-722-5825
Photos courtesy of Kelly McMaster @kmac124 (Used with permission.)