Vintage Items, Antiques & Collectibles Litchfield Pickers Market

Vintage Items, Antiques & Collectibles Litchfield Pickers Market

Vintage Items, Antiques & Collectibles Litchfield Pickers Market

Vintage Items, Antiques & Collectibles Litchfield Pickers Market

Litchfield Pickers Market

2021 Litchfield Pickers Market:
Every Second Sunday of the Month: May to October (Exact 2021 dates are May 9, June 13, July 11, August 8, September 12, and October 10)
Downtown Litchfield- 400 North State Street
(Intersection of Route 16/Union Ave. and State Street)

Are you a fan of vintage items, antiques, and collectibles? If so, you do not want to miss the Litchfield Pickers Market! This event specializes in all items prior to 1980!

The Litchfield Pickers Market is held every second Sunday of the Month: May through October from 9 AM to 3 PM in Downtown Litchfield, Illinois (beginning on the corner of Route 16/Union Avenue and State Street. Use 400 N. State Street for your GPS). All items sold at this market are prior to 1980 (including antiques, collectibles, vintage items, upcycled items, and refurbished items). Vendors must follow specific guidelines and pre-registration is required to be a vendor. Please scroll down for the registration forms There is no entry fee or parking fee for visitors.

COVID-19 Adjustments

This year, the Litchfield Pickers Market will have some structural changes to ensure public safety and sanitation standards for visitors, vendors, and staff. These changes include the following: Vendor areas have expanded to ensure adequate social distancing. There will be one empty space between each vendor booth, and on narrower streets, vendors will only be located on one side of the street. Due to these changes, vendors will be in additional locations, so make sure to walk and view all areas of the market. The City of Litchfield will follow the CDC’s mask mandates, so please stay up to date with these policies. Please follow safe social distancing practices of six feet or more for all individuals you encounter, this includes other visitors, vendors, volunteers, and employees. To aid in public sanitation efforts, everyone will be asked to directly dispose of their own trash into provided dumpsters located on block of the market. Music will still be held in the park, but visitors will be required to bring their own seating to avoid the frequently touched surfaces of communal picnic tables. The City of Litchfield will be following the guidelines set forth by the CDC and will adapted them as deemed necessary throughout the year. The Litchfield Pickers Market is appreciative of the public’s understanding and cooperation in implementing these changes. The Litchfield Tourism Office and Prairie Pickers are excited to bring this event back to the public.

First Time Visitors

A man and woman looking at a booth at the Litchfield Pickers Market.

We would love for you to join the festivities! To make your trip the best it can be we have some recommendations for first time visitors.

Bring carts, totes, trucks, wagons, etc. to haul your treasures. With no entry fee and multiple access points you can park almost anywhere around the perimeter of the market for easy entrance, however please adhere to “No Parking” signs in select areas.

Food booths are located at all the intersections on State Street and a complete listing of food booths can be found below.

Live music is held in Library Park so you may want to put a lawn chair or blanket in your car so you can sit and relax.

When you attend the market make sure to sign the guest book located at the Tourism Information booth in front of the Library Building’s flag pole on the corner of Union Ave./Route 16 and State Street. In addition to Litchfield information and resources at the Litchfield Tourism Information booth, you can also purchase a Litchfield Pickers Market hat, t-shirt, and tote bag here!

Please note, for the safety of the public and the welfare of animals, pets are not allowed at the Litchfield Pickers.

Pet Policy

For the safety of the public and the welfare of animals, pets are prohibited at the Litchfield Pickers Market.

Entertainment

Musicians performing in the park.

During your visit, pause and listen to some live music in Library Park. With two musical performances at each market, there are sure to be tunes that make your toes tap and tickle your ears. To see who is playing at each market, view the entertainment schedule below. Since seating is limited, so bring a lawn chair or picnic blanket. All performances are free to attend.

2021 Entertainment Schedule>

May 9:
9 AM – 11:30 AM: The Mound City Slickers
Noon- 3 PM: B & B Strings

June 13:
9 AM – 11:30 AM: Avery Kern
Noon – 3 PM: Butch Moore & Alan White

July 11:
9 AM -11:30 AM: Lexy Schlemer
Noon – 3 PM: P-Nut and the Shells

August 8:
9 AM – 11:30 AM: Downstate
Noon – 3 PM: Skibbereen

September 12:
Noon – 3 PM: The Grand Moff Band

October 10:
9 AM – 11:30 AM: 29 Junction
Noon – 3 PM: The Silver Creek Bluegrass Band

Media Links

An aerial view of the Litchfield Pickers Market vendor space.

Available Videos:

Flyers

To request flyers please contact the Litchfield Tourism office at: 217-324-8147 or tourism@cityoflitchfieldil.com .

Facebook Pages

For up to date announcements, follow Litchfield Pickers Market on Facebook!

Make sure to like Visit Litchfield IllinoisLitchfield Pickers Market, and Prairie Pickers Flea Market on Facebook.

Vendor Information

Vendors at the Litchfield Pickers Market.

ANTIQUE VENDORS

ART VENDORS

DOWNTOWN BUISNESSES

ADDITIONAL FORMS

Tax Forms must be submitted to address on form within 10 days after each market. For tax questions, please call the number indicated on the tax form.

Food Vendors

Food vendor serving a customer.

FOOD VENDOR REGISTRATION FORM

ALL FOOD VENDOR SPACES ARE FULL 2021 Food Vendor Application>

First opportunity for booth space is for returning food vendors. To get on wait list please call 217-324-8147. Must be able to provide certificate of liability for $1,000,000 listing the City of Litchfield as additionally insured and provide a Health Certificate from Montgomery County Health Department.

PARTICIPATING FOOD VENDORS 2021

J & C Eats: Exclusive Food Items: Pulled Pork, The Eichelburger (Pulled Pork, Coleslaw, House BBQ Sauce, Burger Patty, Bun), Hot Hawg (Hot Dog, Pulled Pork, Homemade Cheese Sauce, House BBQ Sauce, Bun), Big Country (Mac & Cheese, Pulled Pork, House BBQ Sauce, Flour Tortilla), Loaded Fries (Hand-Cut Fries, Pulled Pork, Homemade Cheese sauce, House BBQ Sauce), Mac & Cheese, Coleslaw, Fries.
Location: Southwest corner of State Street and Ryder Street.

Journey for Jeremy: Exclusive Food Item Choices-Breakfast: Cinnamon Rolls Lunch: Hot Dogs, Lemon Shake-Ups. Other Items: Sweet Italian Sausage, Caramel Popcorn, Seasoned Oyster Crackers, Chex Mix, Cookies, Baked Goods, and Coffee
Location: Southeast corner of State Street and Ryder Street.

Knights of Columbus #699: Exclusive Food Items All Day: Deep Fried Potato Ribbons, Beignets, Soda, Coffee
Location: Northeast Corner of State Street and Ryder Street.

Litchfield VFW: Exclusive Food Item Choices: Rib Eye and Pork Patty Other: Soda
Location: Southeast corner of State Street and Kirkham Street.

Litchfield Volunteer Fire Department: Exclusive Food Items: Fish Sandwiches, Corn Dogs. Other Items: Soda, Water.
Location: Northeast corner of State Street and Kirkham Street.

Taste of Mayberry: Exclusive Food Items: Kettle Corn and Pork Rinds
Location: Northwest Corner of State Street and Kirkham Street

Taqueria El Sozta: Exclusive Food Items: Street Tacos, Burritos Other: Soda, Horchata, Fresca, Pina Colada
Location: Northeast Corner of State Street and Edwards Street.

Zion Lutheran Church: Exclusive Food Items: Butterfly Pork Chop Sandwich, Cheeseburger, Hamburger, Build a Bun with basket option (Choice of Grilled Burger, Boneless Pork Chop and a side), Baked Beans, Slaw, Chips, Ice Cream Floats, Other: Soft Drinks, Water
Location: Southwest Corner of State Street and Kirkham Street.

Other Food Available:

Dominos: Pickers Market Specials. Location: On State Street between Union Avenue and Kirkham Street on West Side (across from the Library)

A woman with antique items.