EVERY SECOND SATURDAY EACH MONTH
SINCE 2011, THE HAHO MARKET HAS BEEN A NAME-STAY IN DENVER AS A LOW-COST, LOW-RISK PUBLIC MARKET FOR LOCAL MAKERS. FOR THE REST OF US, ITS A GREAT PLACE TO SEEK OUT ONE OF A KIND HANDMADE GOODIES
BE A VENDOR AT THE HAHO MARKET
OUR LOW-RISK MARKETS ARE PERFECT FOR FIRST-TIME SELLERS AND THOSE NEEDING A CASUAL AND POPULAR VENUE TO SELL THEIR GOODS
Thank you so much for your interest in participating! We've received plenty of applications for May, June and July but the form will open up again in early July for the next round!
SHOP LOCAL GOODS EACH MONTH
2 DOZEN STRICTLY LOCAL HANDMADE MAKERS, FOOD BUFFET or FOOD TRUCKS, LIVE MUSIC, FREE ENTRY. AND PLENTY OF SURPRISES!
every second saturday
through the entire year!
December 8th & 9th
May 12th, 2018
La Que Sabé
Wild Windsong Designs
Bjorn's Colorado Honey
The Scrunchie Bunche
Little Piney Glass, LLC
Colored Red Leather Goods
Bare Bones BARKtique
ChArmed and Dangerous
Tooth and Decay
Doc Goodbeard Beard Care Products
As a low-risk, low-cost public marketplace, HAHO Markets attract first time sellers and those looking for a casual and popular place to showcase their products. Most sellers seem to offer an extension of themselves, making the HAHO Market a local, unique, and personal experience.
Many vendors are also members of incubator, cutting out any middlemen and allows folks to shop in the same space where their products were produced!
HAHO's vendor booths are smaller and the layout is tightened up, reminiscent of the whimsical public marketplaces that can be found all over the world like Morocco or Mexico. It's a refreshing, exciting and eclectic way to peruse locally made goods and gifts!
WE ONLY ASK $50 FOR VENDOR ENTRY
This security fee is an affordable upfront cost that is nominal enough for almost any handmade business to become a vendor.
VENDORS PAY BACK A % OF SALES
Set on a sliding scale, this is in place so that HAHO only benefits from more successful vendors, allowing those who are still testing their product to keep more of their profits. It only kicks in after a certain threshold, so some vendors may not pay this fee at all. This also separates a vendor's payments into two installments, making a HAHO Market a very low risk selling environment.