Flea Fest Coming Back To Lake Charles in April
If you like hunting for treasures and getting a bargain, or if your one of those folks who get up at the crack of dawn on a Saturday to hit all the garage sales, this event is for you.
Flea Fest is back in Lake Charles after having to postpone the biyearly event last year due to the pandemic. If you have never been to Flea Fest, do yourself a favor and plan to go this year.
It will take place on Saturday and Sunday, April 24 and 25 at the Burton Complex in South Lake Charles. Flea Fest features hundreds of booths of people selling almost anything you can think of.
While you browse through the festival, you can expect to see treasures like antiques, retro and vintage items, handcrafted items, toys, collectibles, unique clothing, art work, comic books, furniture, gifts, unique jewelry, plants, a farmers market and many other flea market style goods.
Now due to the current guidelines, there will be things attendees will need to adhere to when entering the Flea Fest. First, all visitors will have to wear a mask during the duration of your stay and while you shop. Social distancing will need to be observed and attendance will be limited to the current guidelines, but all these restrictions could be changed by the time the event is here depending on the current guidelines at the time set by Louisiana governor Jon Bel Edwards.
Currently, there will not be VIP parking available and the cost to enter is $5 per adult and child.