Attendees are even encouraged to sport their favorite throwback looks (or to throw on duds they purchase) to have their photo snapped for a Vintage Style Competition. Judges will select the best look, and the winner gets a (presumably retro) prize.
DJ Zano will crank the tunes, there will be a photo booth and food trucks will set up by the studio entrance.
11 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday at Ambient Plus Studio, 585 Wells St S.W., Atlanta. $5; ages 12 and under, free. www.salvageatl.com.
- The Revival — A Vintage Marketplace promises 100-plus vintage vendors of funky furniture, fashions, architectural salvage and treasures. The names on the vendor list offer a sense of the event's spirit, including Boho Gal, Gathered Comforts, Fragments Reborn, Junque Sisters and Patina and Rust.
Also: free expert-taught seminars, live music and vintage-inspired food.
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 27-28 in front of Decatur High School, 310 N. McDonough St., Decatur. Free. (Free parking at DeKalb County Courthouse deck at East Trinity Place at Commerce Drive.) www.therevivalofvintage.com.
- The Country Living Fair is one of three national shows, attracting 150-plus vendors from across the country, organized by the home design magazine that moved this year from New York to Birmingham, Ala. The sprawling outdoor marketplace offers a wide range of treasures: shabby chic decor, architectural elements, jewelry and clothing, primitives, garden pieces and folk art and crafts.
Plus: seminars and how-to’s, artist demonstrations, Harvest & Gourmet Market and Country Living store.
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 24-26. at Stone Mountain Park. $13; weekend pass, $15. (plus park parking pass). www.countryliving.com/cl-fair/country-living-fair-atlanta