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Kingston's Rock n' Roll Flea Market 

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Jam out and buy local at Kingston's counterculture marketplace. On Saturday, May 18, Kingston holds their first Rock n' Roll Flea Market at the Murphy Center from 10am to 5pm. Featuring over 75 tables, Hudson Valley vendors include Kingston's Pop's Tattoo Emporium, Fishkill-based Pulp Sushi, and Poughkeepsie's Darkside Records and Gallery. Although the market places a large emphasis on local artists and businesses, non-Hudson Valley vendors—such as Chicago-based horror moguls Lix Online—will also be selling their merchandise. Peruse tables full of handmade jewelry, T-shirts, memorabilia, artwork, and vinyl records, while a DJ spins music all day. Part of the door proceeds will benefit the Kingston Police Athletic League Boxing program—a recreation-based juvenile crime prevention program.

  • Kingston holds its first Rock 'n' Roll Flea Market on May 18.

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