About Glorious Junk Days Events

Glorious Junk Days! After the launch in 2012 we believe this event has become one of our most popular signature events. More than 155 dealers join us for each show and it is still growing!  Vintage, collectibles and DIY projects, demonstrations so you can create the looks of Anthropology on a shoe string . . . yes, you can do it yourself!  Make all of your Pinterest dreams come true!

Guests to Old Town can expect to see a great variety of not only antiques and collectibles, but vintage and vintage inspired things, repurposed/repainted furniture and accessories, handcrafted items and more!

Kathy Osterberg Sobelman, our resident expert on almost everything vintage, in the Information Booth doing her exciting and informative appraisals.  At every antique event she is at our information booth from 9-11am and from 1-3pm – please limit your treasures to one per person, there is always a long line and we like to accommodate everyone.

This event takes place in Old Town along Pollasky Avenue from 8am to 3pm.

Glorious Junk Days Space Fees

If you have submitted your application for a space in purchase your space using paypal below. There are two sizes available: 20’ x 18’ is $115 per space, and 15’ x 18’ is $90 per space.

Glorious Junk Days Space Fees

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Event Sponsors

Sponsor This Event

We are always looking for sponsors for our special events.  Please contact our office at (559) 298-5774 for more information, or click here for the Sponsorship Packet.

Become a Vendor

If you’re interested in renting a space and being part of our Glorious Junk Days event please print and return the Glorious Junk Days application, found below. Upon receipt of the application and payment we will contact you to discuss spacing choices.

Glorious Junk Days Application – May 28, 2017

Glorious Junk Days Application – October 15, 2017

Glorious Junk Days Map

There are two sizes available for the Antiques & Collectible Fairs and Glorious Junk Days: 20’ x 18’ is $115 per space, and 15’ x 18’ is $90 per space.

Glorious Junk Days FAQ's

How do I sponsor an event? +

We are always looking for sponsors for our special events.  Please contact our office at (559) 298-5774 for more information.

How can my band participate in Old Town Clovis events? +

Please send correspondence, including an .mp3 file or link to your web site, to info@oldtownclovis.org.  We will be in contact with you by the end of April for Farmers Market band considerations.  Please be advised that many of our popular bands have been coming for years so they get first priority.

Can I bring my dog to the Antiques Fair or Glorious Junk Days? +

No. The City of Clovis has a “No Pet” ordinance and pets are not allowed at any Old Town event.

What are the hours for the Antiques Fairs and Glorious Junk Days? +

The Antiques & Collectibles Fair and Glorious Junk days run from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Set up time for the event begins at 4:00 am.

How much does it cost to rent a space for the Antiques Fair or Glorious Junk Days? +

There are two sizes available for the Antiques & Collectible Fairs and Glorious Junk Days: 20’ x 18’ is $105 per space, and 15’ x 18’ is $80 per space.

How do I rent a space for the Antiques Fair or Glorious Junk Days? +

Please print and return the Antiques Fair application, which can be found on our Antiques & Collectibles Fair page under “Become a Vendor”. Upon receipt of the application and payment we will contact you to discuss spacing choices.

Event Updates

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