Does bad weather affect the Junk Bonanza?
No! Junk Bonanza is an indoor event.
Do vendors take credit cards?
Some vendors do accept credit cards, but be prepared to pay with cash or check, as many do not. There are several ATM machines on site.
Do I have to pay for parking?
Yes, parking is $10 per vehicle per day.
Is public transportation available?
Yes, Portland’s TriMet MAX light rail stops 300 times a day at the front door. Portland Streetcar’s Central Loop stops at the MLK lobby entrance every 15 minutes. TriMet’s Bus Line No. 6 provides access to downtown stops and outlining areas.
May I ship my purchase home?
Details to follow.
May I purchase Early Bird Tickets at the gate?
Yes, and you can also purchase them ahead of time online.
(EB tickets are $25 online and $30 at the door.)
Do you offer group ticket discounts?
We offer group pricing for 30 or more tickets! For information and pricing please contact Krista Belle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May I take pictures?
We recommend asking permission from the individual vendors to take photos in their booths.
May I bring my pet?
Dogs and other pets are not allowed on site, with the exception of service animals.
Is there a charge for children’s tickets?
Children under 12 are admitted at no cost.
Are strollers allowed?
Yes, strollers are allowed!
Is food available on site?
Yes! Details to follow.
Do vendors restock their booths during the event?
Yes, vendors are continually bringing in new items, so we encourage customers to shop both days for the best selection!
Will I find common items such as tube socks, sunglasses and knock-off purses at Junk Bonanza?
No! Bonanza vendors are juried and bring only vintage finds, beautiful antiques and one-of-a-kind, artisan pieces.