After hosting a successful two-month holiday pop-up storefront at Scottsdale Quarter, Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market has opened another pop-up storefront…two doors down from their previous location. The Market at Scottsdale Quarter is once again providing a fully curated retail experience, featuring a collection of handmade artisans, local shops and vintage curators.

Open through April of 2021, The Market is a slightly different concept than the previous pop-up. Various small businesses are still represented, but instead of having individual booths, it is one cohesive storefront that is curated and merchandised by the team at Junk in the Trunk.

“Our pop-up market at the Scottsdale Quarter was such a huge success,” said Lindsey Holt, co-founder of Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market. “We are excited to be able to continue to offer people a place to shop from a collection of creatively curated vintage, artisan-made, and other goods from local small businesses.”

Junk in the Trunk Market, a semi-annual shopping experience that is the most popular attraction of its kind in the Southwest, canceled its 2020 Scottsdale Markets due to COVID-19 and their desire to do their part to keep everyone healthy. The pop-up storefronts allow people to shop for the one-of-a-kind items for which Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market is known in a smaller, more intimate setting.

“We are thrilled to be able to continue supporting small businesses while offering people our one-of-a-kind shopping experience,” said Coley Arnold, co-founder of Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market. “Our new store is smaller, but still has over 25 amazing small businesses featuring handmade artisans, local shops and vintage curators.”

The Market is at Scottsdale Quarter (15059 N. Scottsdale Rd, Suite H 1-170, Scottsdale, AZ off 72nd Place in The Quad) January 15 through April 2021 and is open daily from 11am-6pm.

For those who are unable to visit the storefront, Junk in the Trunk has an online marketplace featuring over 80 vendors so people can shop from the comfort of their own homes:

For more information on The Market and Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market, follow them on Facebook and Instagram ( and @junkinthetrunkvintagemarket), or follow along via hashtag #junkinthetrunkvintagemarket or #partylikeajunker.

Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market began as a small backyard market in 2011 and has since welcomed well over 225,000 shoppers through its doors across Arizona and California. Through this creative outlet, founders Holt and Arnold have supported more than 2,500 small businesses. Reaching the local community has always been at the heart of the event. The Market has long partnered with local Young Life chapters to send high school and junior high kids to camp, as well as other non-profits to bring forth the greater good.