Photos courtesy of Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market

Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market returns to WestWorld from April 26 to 28. This semi-annual event serves as a platform for local small businesses and creative artisans to display their distinctive offerings.

Spanning 120,000 square feet of WestWorld, this marketplace will showcase over 160 small businesses from various corners of the nation. True to its acclaim, the event guarantees an array of unique items, spanning from vintage antiques and hand-crafted jewelry to bespoke furniture and decor. Junk in the Trunk has burgeoned into a coveted affair for avid shoppers across the Southwest.

Since its inception in 2011, Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market has greeted over 100,000 shoppers across Arizona and California. Originating as a modest backyard market and creative outlet for founders Lindsey Holt and Coley Arnold, the event has bolstered over 600 small businesses in the past five years. Fostering community engagement has always been central to the event’s ethos. The market has forged enduring partnerships with local Young Life chapters to sponsor high school and junior high students for camps, alongside collaborating with other nonprofits for broader community benefit.

“There really is something for everyone – art, rugs, jewelry, candles, industrial, shabby-chic, vintage,” says Arnold, co-founder of Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market. “You can get something for your house, your kids, your friends, and family, yourself…there is so much shopping under one roof. It’s a really fun event – we have live music, food trucks, there really is something for everyone to come out and enjoy the weekend.”

“We have new vendors every market, and this market is no different!” says Holt, who co-founded the event with Arnold. “We have an amazing collection of local vendors and small businesses coming from all over the country to set up in one location. Small business is so important – markets like ours are how these businesses make their living and support their families. By coming, you’re not only shopping for one-of-kind items at the market, but you’re also supporting small businesses.”

WestWorld of Scottsdale is located at 16601 N. Pima Rd. For more information, visit