Denver Post building at 15th and Colfax.
The McNichols Building is located at 14th and Colfax Avenue, downtown.
It is located on the west end of Civic Center Park.
How to get here?
What kind of artisans and vendors can be
expected at Sugar Plum?
We encourage handmade, vintage, boutique, unique, urban-style vendors to apply for Sugar Plum. We do not allow any reps of products or large companies. We love locally made goods. We especially love passionate, fun, kind people who love making and doing what they do. This is not a "sit behind your table and don't talk to guests" kind of market. Our Sugar Plums truly enjoy answering questions about their wares, and appreciate each and every customer that comes by.
How do I apply?
See the application page on our website. We do a spring and holiday market. Not every applicant is chosen, as we have limited space and do jury all applicants carefully. We typically have about twice as many applicants as we do spaces.
Is there an entrance fee?
NO. We simply encourage a donation to the charity or organization of our choice. There will be a collection box at the front, and $5-$10 is very much appreciated. In the past, we have raised thousands of dollars for Ronald McDonald House of Denver, Colorado Ballet and Children's Hospital.
Food and drink?
Sugar Plum Bazaar will welcome a couple select food trucks, and a bar serving a specialty drink, beer, and wine while you shop!
How do I get the most up-to-date scoop on Sugar Plum?
Facebook and Instagram!!
Please keep checking, as we are updating all the time.