Kinsey Vintage Market
Kinsey Vintage Market has more than 50 antique and artisan dealers from all over the tri-state area. The artisan vendors include handmade items, such as hand-poured candles, repurposed jewelry, seasonal floral pieces, and industrial steampunk lighting, that blend perfectly with the antique dealers.
Additionally, there will be a winery, homemade mason jar lemonade, food trucks, moonshine, and chocolate. The KVM is an event-based market and not open on a daily basis. We hold three markets per year with the Spring KVM at the beginning of May, the Fall KVM in late September and the Holiday KVM taking place in November.
Many of the vendors do have shops open or Facebook pages to visit. Feel free to contact us for specific items or vendors that you are searching for. Kinsey Vintage Market takes place in the old Kinsey Electric warehouse at 7237 Noblestown Road in Oakdale, PA.
Upcoming Days & Admission
Check out the dates of our upcoming market. We will be doing wine with admission on Friday night with live music, food trucks, and a DJ all weekend long!
We are looking for emerging vendors that range from repurposed and vintage home decor to farmhouse finds and industrial goodness. Apply today below!
Western Allegheny Food Pantry
Not only are we involving local businesses in our community, but we are also donating non-perishable items to the Western Allegheny Food Pantry! In preserving our community we also aid in providing for the community. Everyone who brings at least one non-perishable or canned good to the Kinsey Vintage Market will receive a discount on the price of admission.
Last Year we collected 1,500 pounds of food.
The Kinsey Electric Building
In July of 1969, David Kinsey and his father purchased Moorhead Electrical Machinery Corporation a 1930's industrial warehouse. He operated the business as president of Kinsey Electric, Inc. in Oakdale, PA. The now, Kinsey Vintage Market will have the best antique dealers in the tri-state area and will take place inside our old abandoned warehouse that used to house the makings of all types of motors and other electrical components.