Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Star Lite Swap Meet

8327 South Tacoma Way
Lakewood, WA 98499
Manager/Owner: Hank Bardon
Phone: 253-588-8090

Star Lite Swap Meet is the LARGEST market in the Pacific Northwest! We’re open Tues – Fri Street Fair 8am – 6pm, Sat & Sun Swap Meet 6:30am – 6pm. Indoor shops Tues – Fri 10am to 6pm, Sat & Sun 9am – 6pm.


11 Responses to “Star Lite Swap Meet”
  1. Lisa Repola says:

    How do I become a vendor? Thank you.

  2. jose says:

    hi there, i was just curious as well, how do i become a vendor?

  3. rick says:

    you have to go to the Lakewood City hall (second floor) and get a sellers permit and then go down to get your sellers space. it costs 21.00 per space. You are allowed 4 weekend permits per year from Lakewood. If you want to do more. You can get a lakewood Business license..And just bring that with you every time you want to get a space. Starlite starts assigning spaces thursday. Hope that helps

  4. Shannon says:

    Hi…also interested in becoming a vendor. Do you know how much it costs to get a sellers permit? Thanks.

  5. Katie Perry says:

    Hello, I am wondering which day can regular people off the street come to sell their household goods. Is that the swap meet? Or the street fair?

    THank you


  6. Martha says:

    Wondering same thing… do you have to have a permit to sell stuff at all times, no matter how little you are? Can someone just come set up a table and sell beads? Thanks.

  7. jearld johnson says:

    Traveling in my R.V. Is there room for a 27 foot motor home and can it be parked/set up for the entire week end? Are electrical connections available?

  8. Robin says:

    Yep, I’d like some clarification also. I saw the info for paying $21 per space to City of Lakewood but don’t really understand about setting up a table, or area, to sell common household stuff. And, what other things are sold there?

  9. RHARRIS says:

    can I just drop by the swap meet on Saurday am & purchase a spot there for one day?
    Just selling used household goods

  10. Karen Klopich says:

    I was wondering is the outdoor swap meet the weekend of 9/13-9/14 is still open and how do i sign up to reserve a space to sell some antiques i have?

  11. sam says:

    I can’t believe the city of lakewood wants to close this swaapmeet down. What a horrible thing those city administrators are doing to hundreds of families that depends on the swaapmeet sales. keep the swaapmeet going forward and let’s stop those whom make lots of money from tax payers by doing nothing, city hall people. let’s fix our roads, add police, fire, clean the lake, remove graffiti, fill potholes…

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