Coinciding with the six month countdown to Halloween, Spooky Swap Meet returns to the hauntingly beautiful Heritage Square Museum for a curated shopping experience of all things macabre, Saturday and Sunday, April 30 and May 1, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m both days.
Dozens of vendors will have selections of gothic antique furnishings, Halloween inspired decor, costumes, props, and more. Fortune telling and food will also be available for purchase.
Guests of all ages will also be able to trick-or-treat at Heritage Square’s manors whose exteriors have been adopted and haunted for the weekend by sponsors including Vamp & The Fiends, Bones’ Gulch Haunted Attraction, Samhain Cemetery, Fear Farm, and AdamJessFx.
Tickets for the event go on sale at 10:00 am PST, Saturday, February 12 at spookyswapmeet.com. General admission is $15 for timed entries between 11am and 7pm. A newly added VIP “Ghost Hunter” option includes a Spooky Swap Meet soft enamel pin and allows for entry at 10am when ticket buyers will be the first to have access to vendors and their wares-priced at $25.
As a bonus, a free, printable “Valloween” card will be available to download for those who plan to purchase tickets to give as a Valentine’s Day gift.
“After selling out our event in 2021 and receiving overwhelming positive feedback from guests and vendors, we looked forward to returning in 2022,” said Spooky Swap Meet Co-Creator Claire Dunlap. “Along with being able to bring in fantastic vendors, we’ve also been able to recruit some uber-talented haunt pros to spook up the house’s exteriors for a daytime trick-or-treat experience.”
For more info visit SpookySwapMeet.com and on Instagram and Facebook at @spookyswapmeet.
About Spooky Swap Meet
Spooky Swap Meet is co-created by Claire Dunlap (Producer/Co-founder of Midsummer Scream and Cemetery Lane) and Sarah Cooke, Instagram Influencer (@the_pumpkin_queen) and owner of GOREnaments. Event production assistance provided by David Markland (Owner, Black Cat Orange, Executive Director, Midsummer Scream) and Jon Cooke (Creative Director/Owner, Plague Productions). A portion of the proceeds from each ticket sale will go toward the Heritage Square non-profit foundation, providing maintenance of this rare and distinct Los Angeles treasure.