Urban Craft Uprising’s 2024 Summer Show @ Magnuson Park Hangar 30

Over 130 makers 🛒

📸: Urban Craft Uprising

📆 Saturday, July 27th – Sunday, July 28th
🎟 Free to attend
📍 Magnuson Park Hangar 30: 6310 NE 74th St, Seattle

The good people behind Urban Craft Uprising never tire. Straight off its Gobble Up SLU event, the popular indie maker event is hunkering down in Magnuson Park’s Hangar 30 for its anticipated Summer Show.

Like Urban Craft Uprising’s other events, expect an expertly curated selection of local artisans hawking their handcrafted wares and goodies. This year, there are over 130 makers at the two-day event—a lot to tackle! Since the event is free to attend, please don’t feel you need to tackle it all in one day. Take it slow, sniff some candles, sample hot sauces, and try on rings at your own pace. It’s summer, after all. 

There’s a lot of ground to cover, but I’ll give you a quick taste of vendors:

  • Plant-to-bottle apothecary Deschampsia is selling its nature-based balms, skincare, and perfumed goods made from wild-foraged plants around the Pacific Northwest.
  • Pick up a quirky wooden gnome from Portland’s Gnome Werks Toys’ booth. (Perfect for those who are also fans of Sonny Angels.)
  • Woodsia’s hand-printed textiles and kitchen towels made on Lopez Island and Jazzed Cats’ cute animal-based mugs and planters are sweet gifts to bring as a dinner guest.
  • Munch on some pistachio butter and pistachio coconut cream from Chio.

Find a full vendor list here.

In addition to vendors, there will also be food trucks like Delfino’s Chicago Style Pizza and Tamale My Life set up in the North Lot so you can fuel up while you shop. Be sure also to check out Urban Craft Uprising’s Sprouts Program in the South Lot, a space dedicated to LGBTQ, BIPOC, veteran, and disabled vendors. And note: this event happens rain or shine!

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Jas Keimig

Jas Keimig is an arts and culture writer in Seattle. Their work has previously appeared in The Stranger, i-D, Netflix, and Feast Portland. They won a game show once and have a thing for stickers.