St. Louis artists and designers are getting together for the Rock N Roll Craft Show. This is the next generation craft show and an alternative for Black Friday shoppers.
"There's a lot of cool people making hand made stuff in town and a lot of people you've been use to seeing at craft shows has been maybe a retirees thing and really a lot of young people are doing it now so we sort of wanted to tap into that," explained Jessi Cerutti, Rock N Roll Craft Show organizer.
There's a section for everything. The show is designed like a department store. Also, you don't have to pay until the end.
"You're gonna get something that's unique and it's original and it's local. Everything is gonna go back in the community. These are all your friends and neighbors that are making things," explained Lauren Busiere, artist.
The 9th annual Rock N Roll Craft Show is going on Friday-Sunday at the Third Degree Glass Factory at 5200 Delmar Boulevard. Live music will be on tap throughout the weekend.
"It's really like a festival atmosphere I mean you come in and we have drinks being served there's the hot dog man is here sometimes I think we're gonna have the crepe food truck is gonna be here this year," said Cerutti.
The Rock N Roll Craft Show costs $10 to get in Friday for the red carpet event, which includes perks like a goodie bag for the first 100 shoppers. The show costs $3 Saturday and Sunday.
For more information head to www.rocknrollcraftshow.com