Junkstock Summer 2015 | Video Feature

A historically rainy late spring couldn’t curb the tide of “junkers” that set upon Omaha’s Junkstock last month.

Vendors and visitors from Nebraska, the Midwest and as far as half-a-country away came for fourth annual festivities at the West Omaha dairy farm. With the mission to build a community-oriented, family-friendly event around rescued and repurposed items of all shapes and sizes — from trinkets to furniture — Junkstock has come to represent a flea market with a gathering reputation and a come-as-you-are vibe for families and collectors.

In June, Junkstock also offered three days of bands, a who’s-who of Eastern Nebraska roots acts: McCarthy Trenching, All Young Girls Are Machine Guns, Kris Lager Band, The Bottle Tops, Brad Hoshaw and many more.

Watch our video recap here:

The next installment of Junkstock will be held Oct. 9-11. RSVP here.