City Farmhouse Announces October Pop-Up Sale Date

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City Farmhouse pop-up sale will return to The Factory on Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October, 21 featuring over 60 vendors.

You don’t want to miss this sale as you can often spot designers, collectors, and even a few celebrities shopping the sale.

City Farmhouse owners, Kim and David Leggett, will kick-off the event at The Factory in Jamison Hall continuing out into the courtyard and the adjacent parking lot. There will be an opportunity to buy “First Shop of the Fair” tickets where you can shop from 8 am until noon when the pop-up sale opens to regular ticket holders.

Each early shopper ticket will receive complimentary food and drink along with access to the sale all weekend. General admission tickets holders can shop from noon until 4 pm on Friday. On Saturday, the sale opens at 8 am until 3 pm.

“We’re bringing in vendors from across the country, from as far away as North Carolina. Texas, Oklahoma, Indiana, Georgia, Alabama, and more. Many are returning favorites but we are excited to announce we have fourteen new vendors who will be showing with us for the first time,” said Kim Leggett, “Of course there is always an emphasis on American and French farmhouse wares at our fairs, but you’ll also see handmade jewelry, folk art, and more.”

In addition to the pop-up fair, the weekend will include a celebration of the newly released book authored by Kim Leggett, City Farmhouse Style. The book features homes all across the US including the homes of local celebrities- Phillip Sweet of Little Big Town and his wife Rebecca Sweet, author of Sweet Ladi Jane blog and Sheryl Crow. City Farmhouse Style is the first design book of its kind to focus entirely on transforming urban interiors with unfussy, welcoming, country- style decor. There will be a “Pickin’ Package” swag bag giveaway valued at $1,000 to commemorate the release of the book.

Purchase your tickets online here and for more information about the City Farmhouse Style, visit the City Farmhouse website. 

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