The debut of the L.A. Flea Market in the Dodger Stadium parking lot last July attracted a lot of attention, with shoppers debating the merits of the merchandise and the food trucks. But, only about three months after it began, the L.A. Flea Market has announced some big changes. The almost once-a-month market is moving to Saturdays from Sundays and is being renamed the Flea Market at Dodger Stadium, said market founder Philip Dane. The changes come after Dane and his business partners went in different directions, he said in an email:
“The L.A. Flea Market was produced by DKS Promotions, LLC. That company no longer has a deal with the Dodgers as my partners did not want to continue. I have negotiated a new deal completely independent of DKS. The New Saturday Market is The Flea Market at Dodger Stadium produced by PD Markets.”
The Flea Market at Dodger Stadium, which can accommodate up to 600 vendors, is scheduled to debut on Saturday, Nov. 20,with admission ranging from $7 to $15. Dane said he plans to hold the Saturday market, complete with food trucks and live bands, once a month.