At INDIGO DAYS, Marketplace Meets Community
You’ve been to workshops, artisan markets, and creative conferences--but have you been to all three at once? At INDIGO DAYS, you can experience a new kind of marketplace built on meaningful interactions between community members, artists, successful creatives and small business owners.
Hosted by Tucson’s own Creative Tribe, INDIGO DAYS is a three-day marketplace packed with artisan vendors, craft workshops, insightful panels, and hands-on community art projects––all at the Brings Building in the heart of downtown Tucson. From April 27-29, over 40 retailers, speakers, artists and beauty professionals from Tucson, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles are coming together to create an artistic, inspirational, and fun experience in the southwest. “INDIGO DAYS is meant to bring people together from all over the southwest to engage with each other, local art, and their own creativity,” says Creative Tribe owner Theresa Delaney. For the $5 daily admission, you’ll gain access to everything that INDIGO DAYS has to offer.
With all of the vendors, workshops, and learning opportunities at INDIGO DAYS, you can easily spend the entire weekend there. Begin your experience at the beauty bar, where professionals from locally owned Belle Starr Salon and the Aveda Institute will do your hair and makeup before making personalized recommendations for locally made beauty products. Then, peruse the market and stock up on desert-inspired clothing, skin care products, and home goods from local vendors like QMULATIVE, Sonoran Rosie, and Cinnasepia before heading to some of the many workshops and panels scheduled during the three-day event. Finally, join in on the fun as you make a minimalist flower crown, get your heart rate up at a HIIT class lead by Let’s Sweat, and learn how to turn your creative passion into a career.
This interactive event will give you the opportunity to support creative artisans in your community, create collaborative artwork, and learn from successful artisans, leaders, and business owners in the Southwest. To learn more about the vendors, workshops, and artists at INDIGO DAYS, and to buy tickets, head to the Creative Tribe website.
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