Dallas Danger featured at Maker’s Market event May 19

Published 8:45 am Wednesday, May 15, 2024

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Get ready for an unforgettable musical experience at the upcoming Maker’s Market in Elizabethton.

Local musician and punk-rock storyteller Dallas Danger will be joining the event for a special performance. This free concert adds to a day of creativity and community spirit at the Downtown Elizabethton Maker’s Market. The market will take place on Sunday, May 19, from noon to 5 p.m. Hosted at Crossroads Craftworks (411 East Doe Ave.), this event promises to showcase the rich talents of our community’s makers, crafters and artisans.

The Maker’s Market is a celebration of talent and craftsmanship, featuring a wide variety of handmade treasures created by regional artisans. From glass and metal pieces to stunning artwork and custom home decor, there’s something to captivate every visitor’s imagination.

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“We’re thrilled to invite our friends and neighbors to come together for this special occasion,” said Anthony Oliver, Event Organizer at Crossroads Craftworks. “The Maker’s Market provides a wonderful opportunity to directly support our local artisans while enjoying a day of fun and fellowship.”

Admission to the Maker’s Market is free, and so is the concert. So please join us on Sunday, May 19, for an event celebrating our community’s creativity!

For more information about the Maker’s Market please visit CrossroadsCraftworks.com and find us on Facebook and Instagram.