Find gifts from more than 70 "crackerjack artists" priced under one Benjamin at Art Under $100 this weekend. South Park Arts via Facebook
The holiday market game is going strong—this week brings a whole new lineup of places to find unique gifts, special deals, and even some free giveaways from local vendors. If you're an art lover, check out Party Hat's Gift Hole. If you're looking for unique crafts, opt for Second Use's Handmade Holiday Market. And if food and drink pop-ups are what you're after, don't miss the Winter Solstice Night Market. Find them all below or on our holiday markets calendar.

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Crown Hill Holiday Market
Sip a glass of free wine while you peruse crafty gifts from "hyper-local" artisans.
Crown Hill Center

Holiday Pop-up Market
Get your holiday shopping done at this carefully curated market of local vendors, which also offers free gift wrapping, so you can cross all present-related tasks off of your Christmas to-do list.  Don't forget to bring any unused baby clothes you may have laying around—or even buy some new ones—to donate to WestSide Baby's JOY drive.
The Collective, South Lake Union

Unique Wines Holiday Shop and Tasting with Hilltop Jazz
Stock up on holiday wine gifts from Unique Wines (who will also set up a tasting room) and enjoy live music from Hilltop Jazz Trio.
Palace Theatre & Art Bar, Georgetown

Get Tickets Now For A Virtual Bicycle Film Festival, Northwest Edition: October 23-25!
Bicycle Film Festival NW celebrates bicycles through art, film & music with 3 programs of short films!
Tickets are on sale now for The Stranger’s 1st Annual SLAY Film Festival!
Ghosts, zombies, slashers, witches, Eldritch beasts, gore-- SLAY has something for every horror fan!
Earshot Jazz Festival | Oct 16 – Nov 8
This week: Amy Denio, Tarik Abouzied, Johnaye Kendrick, Tarbaby, John Hollenbeck, and Eugenie Jones


South Lake Union Winter Market
If you couldn't make it to Urban Craft Uprising's Winter Market and you're still on the hunt for crafty holiday gifts, stop by this market to shop from a couple dozen local vendors.
Amazon Van Vorst Plaza, South Lake Union


Pilchuck Holiday Sale
Shop ceramics, glass art, and other crafts for the holidays. 
Pilchuck Seattle, Pioneer Square


Enchant Christmas
Not to knock quaint community Christmas tree displays, but this inaugural event at the Mariners' home base looks like it's going to raise the standards for holiday light spectacles by a lot. Safeco Field will be transformed into a magnificent winter wonderland complete with the "world's largest Christmas light maze" (which you can explore via an ice skating trail), seasonal concessions, live entertainment, and an artisan Christmas market.
Safeco Field, Sodo 

Handmade for the Holidays: A Cozy Explosion
Admire and purchase ceramic plates, bowls, mugs, and more, plus works by artisans in media like jewelry, leather, and wood.
Saltstone Ceramics, Wallingford


8X8: The Drawnk Show
The Drawnk is a weekly sketch meet-up that brings Seattle's artists together to drink and/or draw. At this annual show, each 8" x 8" piece is available right off the wall for the very reasonable price of $40. There will also be beer, wine, and snacks.
Pioneer Square Saloon

Anniversary Party & Sale
Eat treats while you shop for tasty cocoa gifts for 25 percent off and enter raffles.
jcoco chocolate, Tukwila

Art Walk: Holiday Market Edition
Chief Seattle Club will host a holiday market where you can find all sorts of arts and crafts from Chief Seattle members and the Native Works program.
Chief Seattle Club, Pioneer Square

Equinox Ceramic Sneak Peek
Stop by Equinox Studios before their Very Open House to shop for ceramic gifts and drink wine.
Pugmill Society Studio, Georgetown

Gift Hole
Want to do your December shopping for "artist made shit that doesn't immediately trigger existential dread or perpetuate the systematic malaise of big box stores and late-stage capitalism"? Party Hat has you covered. Screen-print your own gift wrap and buy Brandon Vosika's custom-painted tote bags.
Party Hat, Pioneer Square

Holiday Pop-Up Shop!
Shop local goods from vendors such as Salt Blade, Bow Hill Bluberries, BeMused Creations, and more.
Preserve & Gather, Greenwood

Homework – A Holiday Pop-Up Opening Party
Shop for cool objects made by Civilization artists Alison McKay, Corey Gutch, Gabriel Stromberg, Giancarlo Cateriano, Michael Ellsworth, Molly Derse, Òscar Viñas, Raya Leary, and Shaun Kardinal.
Non-Breaking Space, Pioneer Square

Kassie Keith Holiday Celebration
Warm up with hot apple cider while you do some late-night holiday shopping for all sorts of home goods and decor with guest vendors Susan Wheeler Home, Kirk Albert Vintage Furnishings, and District. 
Kassie Keith, Georgetown

Find your happiness in shopping from local artists and makers while listening to SassyBlack and watching live art-making.
Amplifier Art Lab, Chinatown-International District


15-Year Anniversary Party and Reception
The jewelry and small-scale metalworking studio Danaca Design is turning 15 years old. Celebrate with them by seeing work by students and teachers and shopping from the gallery. Plus, get ready to dance to groovy tunes by DJ Noah "the Mind Bloah."
Danaca Design, University District


Folio's Holiday Book Sale
Browse hundreds of used books ranging from fiction and poetry to history and art at this holiday sale.
Folio, Downtown

Winter Solstice Night Market
The official first day of winter is just around the corner, and it's officially freezing outside. Stay warm at this two-day indoor holiday night market, where over 100 local pop-ups will serve up their tasty food and drink offerings. While you're there, enjoy live holiday performances and shop for gifts for your loved ones. Plus, check out the market's indoor beer hall, where a separate, $25 ticket gets you 32 ounces' worth of beer from local breweries.
Magnuson Park Hangar 30, Sand Point


Holiday Market at Westlake Park
A trip downtown during the holidays beckons a visit to Urban Craft Uprising's annual market, where you'll find all sorts of handmade gifts throughout the season.
Westlake Park, Downtown

Roamin' Holiday Bazaar
Visit participating Fremont businesses for special holiday deals and demonstrations during Fremont Festivus.


3rd Annual Downtown Tacoma Holiday Haul Crawl
Downtown Tacoma businesses will give away tons of good stuff and offer holiday specials. There will also be pop-up artist markets at select locations. 

5th Annual Holiday Bazaar at Woodhouse
Shop for holiday gifts from over 23 local vendors after sipping some wine in the tasting room. 
Woodhouse Wine Estates, Redmond

Art Under $100
Find affordable gifts from more than 70 "crackerjack artists" offering paintings, glass, fabric art, ceramics, jewelry, and more priced under one Benjamin. If you don't do crowds, you can shell out $20 to shop an hour early. It'll be kind of a party, with music by DJ Doctor David, art raffles, art projects led by the Makery, food from the trucks 314 Pie and Kiss My Grits, Resistencia coffee, Left Bank wine and Georgetown Brewery beer, and stronger elixirs from Glass Distillery and Captive Spirits Distilling.
Seattle Design Center, Georgetown

A Branchy Brunchy Brunch- Holiday Botanical Pop Up Shop
Feast on brunchy bites and shop for wreaths and other holiday botanicals.
Peloton, Central District

Christmas Market 2018
Shop for artisan goods and make arts and crafts at this French- and German-inspired market, complete with a visit from Santa and a performance from a French-language choir.
Good Shepherd Center, Wallingford

This annual cookie bake sale pop-up benefiting the Seattle Milk Fund offers a smorgasbord of gooey, crispy, chewy delights from a variety of vendors, including beloved Scandinavian bakery Byen Bakeri, Capitol Hill cookie purveyor Hello Robin, the late-night cookie delivery service Midnight Cookie Co., and Greenwood plant-based dessert shop Cookie Counter. Guests are encouraged to tote along their own “cookie vessels” or grab a bakery box and load up on as many confections as they like. JULIANNE BELL
Seattle Center

Destiny City Comics & Arts Festival Holiday Edition
Meet local comics artists and writers like Peter Bagge (Fire!: The Zora Neale Hurston Story, Rebel Woman: The Margaret Sanger Story, Buddy Does Seattle), Tatiana Gill, and others, and buy their work.
Destiny City Comics, Tacoma

Edmonds 2018 Holiday Market
Shop for gifts from 40 vendors offering produce, holiday greenery, wine, cider, baked goods, sweet treats, and other gifts.
Fifth Avenue North, Edmonds

Handmade Holiday Market
Purchase handmade gifts from over 50 local makers and enjoy a food truck, dessert vendors, and a beer garden to keep you fueled while you shop.
Second Use Building Materials, Beacon Hill

Handmade Makers Market
Support local women artists and makers like jewelry crafter Sharece Phillips, apparel designer Ariel Chen, ceramicist Lauryn Hochberg, and others at this pop-up.
Moorea Seal, Downtown

Holiday Bazaar/MarketPlace + AfroBeat Groove
Celebrate black diaspora culture and artists in Seattle at this inaugural market featuring handcrafted jewelry, Ankara prints, and more from black women-owned businesses. Plus, a live DJ will spin Afrobeat music and local restaurants will keep you sated with bites. 
Southside Commons, Columbia City

Holiday Sip & Shop in The Nest
Enjoy the Nest's fall-winter menu and sip cocktails while browsing a selection of goods from local stores like Moorea Seal and Scotch & Soda.
The Nest, Downtown

Lazy Daisy Market
Find vintage gems, handmade goods, sexy gear, and more holiday gifts from local vendors and collectors. You can eat pizza and sip bloody Marys and mimosas while you shop.
Clock-Out Lounge, Beacon Hill

NAAM Holiday Market
The museum will host its first-ever artisan market featuring local small businesses.
Northwest African American Museum, Atlantic

Open House and Holiday Market
Stop by this open house for some eggnog, holiday treats, and holiday shopping for handmade gifts. The first 50 people in the door will receive party favors. 
The Works Seattle, First Hill

Pr0n 4 Freakz
ScumTrust Productions and Northwest Film Forum are partnering to bring you queer and trans smut every two months. Arrive early to hang out with freaky new friends and shop the “sexy witch market.” Stay on after the dirty movie for a Q&A on sex, pleasure, queerness, and gender.
Northwest Film Forum, Capitol Hill

Shop the Square
As part of Pioneer Square Holidays, shop special holiday deals, enter raffles, and win prizes at neighborhood businesses.
Pioneer Square

Textile Designer Payal Parekh Bugbee
Indian American textile designer Payal Parekh Bugbee will stop by the Seattle Art Museum to share her designs in a trunk show. Guests can also sample chai from Jaipur Thai.
Seattle Art Museum, Downtown

Very Open House
See the work of more than 125 artists and artisans in four buildings as mammoth Georgetown arts collective Equinox celebrates its 11th birthday. The studios also promise "guest artists, music, poetry, dance, demos, food trucks, and a whole lot more!" Stay late for a night of revelry and fire to alleviate your bored and SAD feelings.
Equinox Studios


The Alterna-Steam Steamcrawl - A Steampunk Holiday Affair
Starting with tea and treats at Friday Afternoon, this crawl invites steampunks to buckle up in their leather- and metal-heavy outfits and go around to various Seattle businesses in pursuit of vendors, fashion shows, a steampunk book fair, and more holiday fun.

HYEI Holiday Market
Get festive with drinks and holiday music while you shop for great stuff from local vendors like AlexaStark, Carleen, Guillermo Bravo, History + Industry, Open Air Museum, Rachel Ravitch, and others.
HYEI, Capitol Hill


Barter Fair & Holiday Party
Trade your goods (like knitwear, jam, cheese, or whatever else you're good at making) and services (such as dog-walking and babysitting) at this holiday barter fair. Once you're done swapping, enjoy food, drinks, and music. 
Sunset Hill Community Club, Ballard

Black Owl Market - Winter Moon
Get some holiday shopping done at this local vendor market, which comes complete with tattoo artists, a coffee and pastry cart, and a (21+) beer garden.
Fred Wildlife Refuge, Capitol Hill

Blithe Bazaar
Sip a cozy beverage and support West Seattle makers specializing in jewelry, art, housewares, and more at this holiday bazaar.
Wildwood Market, West Seattle

Holiday Charity Craft Fair

Shop jewelry, housewares, art, and more gifts from local indie crafters in support of Room Circus, an organization that brings clowns and other cheerful performers to people in the hospital.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, Mercer Island

Holiday Trunk Show and Wine Tasting
Taste wine and olive oil, then shop for gifts like jewelry, paper goods, linens, and more from local makers.
La Medusa, Columbia City

My Favorite Craft Fair
If you're a fan of the podcast My Favorite Murder, this market is specifically for you. Artists and artisans will sling their crafty wares related to the beloved program about serial killers, from candles and pet products to paper goods and jewelry.
South Park Hall

Noche Buena - Holiday Pop Up Mini Market
BadWill Market will set up a pop-up filled with a curated selection of holiday gifts. Plus, Monica Dimas will be selling tamales, Mariela Camacho will be selling baked goods, and Little Neon Taco will offer festive drinks like spiked eggnog, so come hungry and thirsty. 
Little Neon Taco, First Hill