Market Row 

Market Row artists and merchants


West end (in the Teen Extreme Area): Heifer Dog Temporary Airbrush Tattoos. 


East end (near the River Market and the Riverfest Amphitheatre): Scentsations (jewelry and Mp3, Mp4 players), Ready Rods (fishing rods and rod holsters), Rock City Outfitters (accessories and T-shirts), She4Me (shea butter products), Gus' Nectar (seasoned oils and vinegars, dishes), Zydoo wooden roses, Nuke Doggie (jewelry and airbrush tattoos), Amerinkas Native Art and Creation, Pebbleware cookware,
Mini Masseuse, Aqua Concepts Aromatherapy, Jim Tindall (caricature artist), Matthew Brzostoski (official Riverfest 2008 artist), Texacana Designs (monogrammed picture frames), Myco (jewelry), Nazir Art Crafts, Rosey's Unique Products (moving sand pictures),  Roland Woodturners, K & S Creations (jewelry), T & T Hairclips, Native Expressions Arts (folk art clothing).


Central area (near KidZone and the Peabody Hotel): Just Me Music (piano demonstrations and music CDs), Happy Feet, Beach Chair USA, Sand Art, Caricatures by Tom Gusewelle, Scentsations (sunglasses).


North Shore Riverwalk, NLR: Scentsations (sunglasses), C & C Enterprises (T-shirts, hats, handbags, jewelry), Henna Designs (tattoos). 



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