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Pacific Theatres Swap Meets

October 6, 2016 by mbrophy  
Filed under Flea Market & Swap Meet News

market profilePacific Theatres has been operating swap meets at drive-in locations in the western United States since 1955. Today, they are the largest chain of swap meets in California. Pacific Theatres is extremely successful in finding the best location for swap meets and working with the cities to ensure the market’s longevity.

Foothill Swap Meet

The Foothill swap meet moved one-quarter of a mile from historic Route 66 to its current location on Foothill Boulevard in 2003. Its original location at the Azusa Drive-In hosted the market beginning in 1969. Now located at the Citrus College campus, Foothill Swap Meet hosts over 530 selling spaces and 6,000 buyers every Sunday.

San Fernando Swap Meet

The San Fernando Swap Meet is the largest outdoor swap meet in the San Fernando Valley with 1,000 vendor spaces over thirty-six acres and a weekly average attendance of over 26,000 shoppers. Visitors from all over enjoy great deals on produce, clothing, tools, pet supplies, fabrics, music, DVDs, and much more. The market is open Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday year round, rain or shine. Plenty of free parking is available. With many food options available for purchase, most shoppers come for an entire day.

Vineland Swap Meet

The Vineland Swap Meet has been operating at the historic Vineland Drive-In since 1984. The swap meet hosts over 600 vendor spaces daily and boasts a weekly average of 25,000 shoppers. The market is open seven days a week, with entertainment every Saturday and Sunday. Every night of the week after the swap meet closes, the drive-in theatre opens providing the only drive-in entertainment in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas.

Vendor hours start at 6am daily, and the swap meet opens for shoppers at 7am each day.

Kam Swap Meet

Pacific Swap Meets also hosts a swap meet in Hawaii. Kam Swap Meet has been welcoming local residents and visitors from around the world for over thirty-five years, making Kam Swap Meet the oldest outdoor swap meet shopping experience in Hawaii. Vendors offer a variety of products including clothes, household goods, music, appliances, tools, arts and crafts, sporting goods, antiques, fresh seafood and produce, and homemade local foods. The market is open every Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday.

For more information on Pacific Theatres Swap Meets and all of their locations, visit www.PacificTheatresSwapMeets.com.

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