Home made goods and craft fanatics head to the John Q. Hammons Convention Center for the Two Friends and Junk Road show.
Admission for guests was $3 dollars a person and there was $3,000 dollars worth of door prizes handed out to guests.
The doors opened at 9:00AM Saturday morning and officials say it was so packed there wasn't enough parking.
About a 130 venders set up booths, featuring everything from home made crafts, to re purposed furniture and the paint to create your own.
"I love re purposing because to me if it's new I have no purpose or no desire to have it but if it's something that can live another life as something different especially, I'm really into that" says shopper Michelle Arnold-Yeager.
The Two Friends and Junk Road show will come back to Joplin at the end of November for a holiday themed show.