TVM Preview 15 March ’15

Mar 9, 2015 | TVM Burleigh Heads, TVM Preview

Thanks for voting for us in the recent Best of The Gold Coast Poll as The Best Market On The GC!

If you haven't yet joined us, come and experience our creative community this weekend and find out why its everyones fave Sunday hangout!

TVM is hitting Burleigh Heads State School this Sunday 15 March from 8:30am - 1pm.

We have an incredible lineup of boutique market stalls, including a host of new talent and all your usual faves.

Grab one of our blankets or a vintage chair and listen to live tunes by the incredible Lily Budiasa from 9am onwards amongst the trees.

Don't eat before you arrive, theres plenty of sensational eats and drinks to get your through brekkie and lunch including Gluten Free Donuts, BBQ, Hells Pockets, Koconut Kid, Little Sprinkles Bakery, Pig 'N Out, Siguenos, Smoothjuice, The Art of Shaved Ice, The hungry Hungarian, The Wandering Bean, The wiener haus, Tonic Juice Co, Waikika Moo Cow and more.

The best in fashion, vintage, art, homewares and lifestyle stalls by A'ROE THE LABEL, Abide, Annukka, Arc and Family, Attic Collective, Bago Studio, BandiKoot kids, Bones Society, Boutique Blooms Co, Cedar + Stone, Crystal Creek Flowers, Divinity and Grace, Emisa Collections, Faded hearts, Fly Peacock Clothing, Forgotten Modern, Frankly my dear, GLORIA DULCIE, Good time trunk co, Gypsy and the Thief, HARVEST CLAY, Hattie, INDIE WARRIOR, indigoflower, Jewels by Jacqueline, JOY SANTOSHA, kiss create, KOOSHICO, La Lucie Recycled, love St, Mahiya, MAISON & MAISON, Mari Bray Ceramics, Meister and me, milk and daisies, Miss Brown Vintage Clothing, , NIMBIKIDS, Ollie Baby, Qui Qui, Reinvented Treasures, Salte, Sandi jumble, Sea + Stone, Solo trip, SWEET CHEEKS DESIGNS, Sweet Child of Mine, Tempest Weaver, The Hudson Tree, The Sunlounge, TheWanderersCo, Warhof The Label, Wild Heart, Zeffa and Fosse, ZYLO and more.

See you on Sunday, we cannot wait!

TVM | Sunday 15 March | 8:30am - 1pm | Burleigh Heads State School

Some parking is available at the school and surrounding streets, or the large council carpark on Connor Street (next to James Street).