Coley Arnold and Lindsey Holt

Coley Arnold and Lindsey Holt celebrate 10 years of bringing all things vintage, local and handmade to the Valley through Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market, held this weekend at WestWorld.

The semiannual Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market returns to WestWorld in Scottsdale Friday, Sept. 17, to Sunday Sept. 19. 

In its 10th year of business, the market offers vintage, local and handmade items. The September market will host more than 130 vintage curators and handmade artisans from across the country. 

“This is our 10th year of hosting Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market, and it’s amazing to see how the market has evolved,” said Lindsey Holt, co-founder of Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market. 

“Each market brings fun and fabulous finds but also a community of vintage and home décor lovers that make the event truly special.”

Junk in the Trunk

Vintage Market

WHEN: Friday, Sept. 17, to Sunday, Sept. 19

WHERE: WestWorld, 16601 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale

COST: $8 to $40; military discount at the gate only; $10 parking

INFO: junkinthetrunkvintagemarket.com

While shopping is the main attraction, the market provides fun for the whole family, with games for the kids, food trucks, and live music.

“We continually strive to make each market unique and enjoyable for everyone who attends,” said Coley Arnold, Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market co-founder and owner. “The market offers a place to shop for those one-of-a-kind items you can’t find anywhere else, in a fun and entertaining environment. It’s a place everyone can enjoy.”

VIP, early entry and general admission tickets are available at

junkinthetrunkvintagemarket.com; tickets will also be available for purchase at the gate.

Since 2011, Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market has welcomed more than 200,000 shoppers through its doors across Arizona and California. In that time, the small backyard market has evolved into an event for 1,500 small businesses. 

The market has long partnered with local Young Life chapters to send high school and junior high kids to camp, as well as other nonprofits to bring forth the greater good.