Questions for vendor applicants and applications
Must be a small business with an active social media account and/or website for the business. All businesses are subject to approval by Ask Jennyfer. No direct sales/marketing business (i.e. Avon, ItWorks, etc.)
Yes. General Admission tickets ONLY are available for purchase at the door for $5. Kids 6 and under are free. Beat the Crowd tickets must be purchased online and are not available on event day.
The doors open at 9:30am for Beat the Crowd ticket holders. General Admission guests will be allowed to enter at 11am.
There are two ticket options available for National All Things Detroit
Beat the Crowd Package $20 includes: Doors open at 9:30AM
- • 1 hour of shopping before open to the public.
- • Complimentary food truck voucher (Food Trucks will be announced)
- • Complimentary beverage voucher (Valid at Faygo booth ONLY)
- • All Things Detroit tote bag
- 50%-80% off deals from select vendors
General Admission $5 (Doors open at 11:00AM)
Children 6 and under are free
Yes, this is a family friendly event and all children are welcome. All children 6 and under are free to the event, however they must have a Beat the Crowd ticket to enjoy the Beat the Crowd promotions (i.e. food vouchers, drink vouchers, and bags)
Unfortunately only service dogs are allowed inside of the sheds per Eastern Market.
There is an ATM located in Shed 5 by the Russell Street entrance. There is also a local Chase bank at the corner of Russell St. and Wilkins that has an ATM.
All participating vendors will be listed on the All Things Detroit app. This free app is available in the Apple store and on Google Play, it will list all vendors along with their contact information and social media sites.
There are plenty of parking lots and street parking in the Eastern Market area free of charge. Click HERE to view map of parking areas in the market.
Weather will not affect All Things Detroit most of the vendors will be underneath the sheds. Just be sure to bring the proper outdoor gear based on the weather to maneuver from shed to shed with comfort.