The Bizarre Bazaar is becoming a Knoxville Nationals tradition. Knoxville City Councilwomen Elsie Kemp, says that the bazaar will bring over thirty vendors to the town square. There will be plenty of merchandise available, including yard art, jewelry, crafts, home care items, and more. Kemp says that there will also be food vendors, like kettle corn and mini doughnuts. The vendors come from all over the Midwest, including as far away as St. Louis. The bazaar will also share space with the farmer’s market. Both start at eight. The farmer’s market runs till noon; the bazaar until three.