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Flywheel Sports at Summer Flea

  • Denver Rock Drill 1717 East 39th Avenue Denver, CO, 80205 United States (map)

It’s time for the Summer Flea! Get your shop, eat and drink on to kick-off summer at the Denver Flea, being held for a second time at the Denver Rock Drill in the RiNo/Cole neighborhood July 13-15, 2018.


The Denver Flea brings together hundreds of local makers and small businesses from Colorado and the Western region to sell their products to Flea-goers. Vendors will set up shop at the Denver Rock Drill alongside food trucks and six pop-up bars serving Great Divide beer and special Flea craft cocktails.


The Summer Flea weekend kicks off with the first-ever Talking Heads and Tacos Party on Friday night, July 13, from 5-9 p.m. Tickets are $35 per person and include four drink tickets and entry into the Flea all weekend long. Fleaks who are 21-and-over will enjoy tacos from some favorite Denver spots, live music from Talking Heads tribute band Little Creatures, and shopping with Flea vendors in advance of the Flea opening. Tickets can be purchased here and can be used on Saturday and Sunday for re-entry.


The Flea continues on Saturday, July 14 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $5 per person and can be purchased online and at the door (tickets valid for both days, so come-and-go as you please). Children 12 and under are free.


The Denver Rock Drill is within walking distance to the 38th and Blake RTD stop, making it easy to get to and from the Flea.


Attendees can shop a variety of local Flea alum all-stars such as Mountain Standard, Clean Coconut, Craft Boner, Moore Collection, Bjorn's Colorado Honey, Bespoke Provisions, Hygge Life, Love Harper, Urban Baby Co., Vortic Watch Company, Good Trip Coffee and Union Stitch + Design.


Fifteen vendors are new to the Flea this summer and include Switchwood (wooden ties), St. Bernies CBD gum, Mia Miaa Designs (jewelry), Bridget Dorr Ceramics, Acorn + Oakleaf (dog beds), Bloombox Foods, Sangre Azul (cocktail juice mixes), Colorado Hammock, Powerlight Press (stationery + paper goods) and Trouts Fly Fishing. A full list of vendors is available at


Many of the Summer Flea sponsor partners will be hosting engaging activations and include:

  • Colorado Lottery - Providing a virtual reality activation showcasing many of Colorado’s great outdoor activities

  • FirstBank - Lucky Fleaks are invited to enter a life-size money blowing booth for the chance to catch “Flea Bucks” to spend with vendors at the event

  • Great Divide - Serving Fleaks a bevy of their signature brews, like Colette and Denver Pale Ale, at Flea bars and indoor beer garden

  • Molly’s Spirits - Denver’s premier liquor store will have “$5 off” Molly’s coupons for Flea attendees (21+) at all Flea bars throughout the weekend


The Summer Flea boasts even more food trucks who will be serving breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner options including Sunshine Bowls, Top Dawg Sausages, Colorado Pig Rig, OG Burgers, Gyros King, Sprinkle Me Smitten, Radical Sasquatch and Happy Cones Co.


In addition to food trucks, fashion trucks will also be open at The Flea including The She Operation, Denver Fashion Truck, and new-to-Flea My Seoul Beauty, a Korean beauty truck.


Whoa Pony will be back for a second time, hosting a vintage horse trailer photo booth company, who will be taking pics for Fleaks.


To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit


To view photos from past Flea markets click HERE.



  • “Talking Heads and Tacos” Party on Friday night, July 13, from 5-9 p.m. for Fleaks 21+up, complete with a concert by local Talking Heads tribute band Little Creatures, four attendee drink tickets and the chance to shop early with Flea vendors

  • Fifteen new vendors

  • New sponsors who haven’t yet been announced!

  • New activations that will be announced at a later date!



Denver Rock Drill

1717 E. 39th Ave.

Denver, CO 80205



Friday, July 13 from 5-9 p.m.

Saturday, July 14 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Sunday, July 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.