Made Bradford, located on Darley Street, set up to help regenerate Bradford city centre has expanded to monthly events due to popular demand.
The market opened on Darley Street during the weekend of the Tour de Yorkshire when it came to Bradford in April to give a boost to the area after a period of decline in footfall.
The market, supported by Bradford Council, is for traders from the district and Yorkshire, features stalls for original artists, crafters, designers and creative food producers and for anyone looking to buy something original in Bradford city centre.
It will next be held on Saturday, July 22, between 11am and 6pm, as part of the North Parade Music and Arts Festival and feature 12 gazebos selling items including pies and cookies.
Made Bradford markets will then take place in conjunction with the Bradford Festival on July 29 and 30, also in Centenary Square, from 10am until 4pm on both days.