The region’s most dedicated punk rockers fled to Trenton over the weekend for the annual Punk Rock Flea Market. The event was made up of hundreds of extremely talented and unique vendors. From candle-making and hair styling to photography and painting, all elements of our local art scene were celebrated.
Rowan Radio’s Kelly Green spoke to some vendors to find out what the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market means to them and why New Jersey seems to outshine other areas.
Sisters, Karyn and Elise Peterson of Bridgewater, NJ enjoy the last few hours of this year’s Punk Rock Flea Market:
Matt Bernard, 28 and Dakota Bethke, 18 of Russo Music in Hamilton, NJ team up with Timeless Tat2 to raise money for Trenton music and art programs:
Steve, age 25, comes from Philadelphia for the second year in a row to support his tattoo artist of 12 oz. Studios in Brooklawn, NJ:
You can catch Kelly Green on the Alternative Scene each Wednesday night from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. only on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM and wgls.rowan.edu.