Pop Up Ave Outdoor Market Returns To State College April 27

For just the second time since 2019, Pop Up Ave is returning to the 100 block of South Fraser Sreet in downtown State College. The outdoor market will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 27.

Pop Up Ave returned to State College last fall. This spring, it will bring 37 vendors from across Pennsylvania to Happy Valley, and attendees will find a mix of familiar vendors and new ones throughout the day.

The event is free to the public and will include multiple DJs and bands that will perform near the Elk Creek Cafe + Aleworks beer garden. There will also be various food and non-alcoholic beverage options throughout the day.

“We are excited to bring new vendors to Pop Up Ave this spring. After the incredible community support of our past events, we want to see this event continue to be successful for our vendors and a good time for all attending. We are ready to bring the energy once again on April 27. Mark your calendars and see you there!” Pop Up Ave cofounder Brad Groznik said in a press release.

Folks can find more information about the event here.

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