Vermilion Beach Market Cancelled

The Vermilion Beach Market organizers are sorry to announce that the Vermilion Beach Market is cancelled for August 7-8, 2020. The market will be rescheduled for Friday, August 6 and Saturday, August 7, 2021.

The Erie County Health Department has mandated that the market be cancelled due to rising COVID cases in Erie County, as well as in neighboring counties.

Visit to view the nearly 80 super creative and talented vendors who were lined up for this year’s show. Many of them have IG shops, an Etsy store, a website or are curated in a small, local boutique you can shop from to help keep them afloat.

Vermilion Beach Market 2021

On Friday, August 6 and Saturday, August 7, 2021, shop by the beach from over 80 vendors for vintage, shabby and chic decor including furniture, architectural salvage, as well as handcrafted home decor, jewelry, clothing, and art. Free admission and free on-site parking.

Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Sherod Park is just a few minutes west of charming downtown Vermilion. This expansive lakeside park features green space, trees, a beach, walking trails, a par course, a playground and two picnic pavilions. The park overlooks breathtaking Lake Erie. Stay late to enjoy the sunset!  Bring your leashed dogs with you to this dog-friendly event.

The Vermilion Beach Market collaborates with and provides support for non-profit organizations that help ensure that the Great Lakes are healthy and safe for all. In participation with Alliance for the Great Lakes, a grassroots environmental non-profit, the Vermilion Beach Market participates in an “Adopt-A-Beach” program and hosts an annual “Beach Clean Up” at Sherod Beach. The Vermilion Beach Market also contributes a portion of their proceeds to  Alliance for the Great Lakes. It unites Great Lakes lovers in a continued effort to keep our beaches clean and beautiful.