The second annual Apex PEAK-TIQUE Antiques and Collectibles Festival is being organized and managed jointly by the Apex Downtown Business Association (ADBA), the Apex Historical Society (AHS) and the Town of Apex (TOA). The ADBA and AHS are both non-profit organizations. Check out the current episode of the Peak City Podcast, featuring The Rusty Bucket co-founder Mack Thorpe highlighting Peak-Tique and Founders Day
NO new or house hold items, reproductions, counterfeit items, or crafts may be displayed or sold. Additionally, Firearms newer than 1898, ammunition, explosives, drug related items, pornographic materials, food, beverage or animals are not allowed to be sold. Repurposed and/or repaired antiques are acceptable. Collectibles must be made before 1975.
You are invited to participate in the 2nd Annual PEAKTIQUE ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES FESTIVAL for 2018. The inaugural PEAKTIQUE held on April 7th & 8th 2017 was a huge success with plans to make 2018 bigger, better and more profitable for the Dealers. Our web site is currently being updated to reflect the 2018 PEAKTIQUE and our Facebook page is updated with pictures from this years festival. You can retrieve your application from the web site with all the information guiding your participation in the 2018 event to be found there.
Looking forward to seeing you at the 2018 PEAKTIQUE!
Friday, April 6, 2018, 8am to 5pm and
Saturday, April 7, 2018, 8am to 5pm.
Set up is from 8am to 8pm on Thursday, April 5. Dealers must have their area ready for showing by 8am Friday. Items for sale must have visible prices. Dealers may dismantle their booth between 5pm and 10pm after show closes Saturday at 5pm. Booths are outside only.
$5 per day pass • $8 two day pass • Children 12 and under free
Proceeds from ticket sales go to supporting activities and events of the Apex Downtown Business Association and the Apex Historical Society.
10' x 20' space: $100 • 20' x 25' space: $125
Come take a leisurely stroll on the sidewalks of Historic Downtown Apex founded in 1873. We have a unique mixture of award winning restaurants, specialty shops and boutiques, bakery and ice cream shops, coffee house, salons, spas, and professional services. Voted in 2015 the number one best small town to live in America, by CNN and Money magazine, Historic Downtown Apex is a great way to spend a relaxing day or evening shopping and dining.
Historic Downtown Apex is conveniently located off I-540 and nestled on Salem Street between US-1, US-64 and NC-55 in Apex, NC. Enjoy the "Peak of Good Living" by coming home to Historic Downtown Apex and experience the charm of a small town nestled in a metropolitan community.
PEAK-TIQUE antiques festival is adjacent to the Apex Police Department with regular rounds made by officers to the downtown historic district.
The weekend of the PEAK-TIQUE Antique and Collectibles Festival is also the same weekend as the 5th annual Apex Founders Day Celebration on Saturday April 7th, 2018. Founders Day will bring people to downtown Historic Apex to celebrate the founding of Apex on February 28th, 1873. Those Founders Day visitors will eagerly want to visit PEAK-TIQUE to shop your booth to find that special antique or collectible.