Island Marketplace
Find your shopping paradise!
Over 120 booths of traditional and 'Island Lifestyle' items.

2018 Merchandise Vendor Application Packets are now available for download.
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Tapa artwork

Hawaii and Polynesia have many unique crafts and products.  Traditional crafts include flower leis, baskets and hats made from palm fronds or lauhala, carved bone necklaces, and tapa cloth.

You can also find drums, kava bowls, wood carvings, and sometimes tikis.

Silver Hawaiian-style engraved bracelets
Bracelets have both traditional and modern engraved designs
Lots of flowers for wearing in your hair
Beautiful flowers to wear for any occasion
But there are also tropical twists on familiar items such as:
  • craft stamps
  • all kinds of original teeshirts
  • flowers for your house and for your hair
  • romantic Hawaiian Heritage Jewelry
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Teeshirt selection covers all interests
Picture of flower arrangement Bring the tropics home

Then there are the items familiar
   to an island lifestyle:

  • colorful fabrics
  • surfer shorts
  • Hawaiian coffees
  • Hawaiian music and instruments
  • unique snacks

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Island-style snacks galore!

What kind of shopper are you?

Someone from the islands looking for familiar products from home. 

Someone who has visited the islands shopping for souvenirs you didn't have room in the suitcase for and finding new things you didn't find on your trip!

Someone who loves unique products and gifts and are amazed at the selection.

Shoppers looking at beautiful paintings Fine artists are inspired by island themes

Find tropical treasures not found anywhere else in Phoenix or Arizona!

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