Bella Vintage Marketplace began as Bella Rustica in 2011 in rural Williamson County Tennessee. Our event was created when a few staff members at Agape Nashville saw an opportunity to create a marketplace where antique dealers and artisans alike could come together and create awareness for a cause that we were all passionate about. Five years later a few things have changed, as we, former vendors Jared and Jenni Bowlin have taken the helm of the show on behalf of Agape. What remains the same is the unwaivering desire to bring high quality home décor, vintage, antique, and artisan vendors to a beautiful location where Marketplace patrons will be inspired, find unique goods, and support a wonderful cause. Our vendors participate in some of the most prestigious shows around the country including Marburger Farms in Round Top, Texas, Brimfield Antique Show in Brimfield Massachusetts, and the Country Living Fair shows throughout the United States. Along with great local food trucks and top notch entertainment, Bella is an event you won’t want to miss. Grab an early bird ticket to get first pick of one-of-a-kind items and come back every day to see what you may have missed. We are looking forward to seeing you!

About the cause....

Thousands of children in foster care across the U.S. are waiting...
Single parents in need of drug or mental health treatment are looking for answers; who will take care of the children?

Children whose parents are incarcerated, or who have been abandoned or abused get shoved into “the system” and may never experience true family and the comforts of home. 

For decades, AGAPE has been a trusted source for building strong families.  Adoption, foster care, and family preservation have been the cornerstones of our existence since 1967.  Today AGAPE is also held in high esteem as the largest faith-based professional Counseling and Psychological Services organization in Tennessee, serving children, adolescents and adults with guidance through depression, anxiety, divorce, grief and many other emotional, behavioral and relationship-related challenges.

Please visit our website: www.agapenashville.org