- Saturday Farmers Market
- Vendor Map
The Downtown Farmers Market is proud to enter its 25th year as Salt Lake City's most beloved summer tradition for residents and visitors.
The Downtown Farmers Market exists to strengthen and support small local farms and businesses as they bring their products directly to the public. Our farmers and producers offer the freshest local fruits and vegetables as well as a wide variety of grass-fed meats, eggs, dairy, honey, and flora, along with the region's best locally made sauces, spreads, baked goods and culinary accouterments.
What's Fresh This Week?
For July 23rd
Cantaloup and Crenshaw Melons
Zucchini and Yellow Squash
Here is the insider's scoop on where to park at the Farmers Market.
- FREE PARKING at The Gateway: The Gateway has been gracious enough to offer free parking for market patrons! First hour is free, and validations for subsequent hours can be picked up any market info booth. We also offer a free valet service (see below) for your purchases so you don't need to carry packages to get your car.
- Fruit and Veggie Valet: We have a special produce loading zone on 300 S., near the center of the block. Leave your purchases in our veggie valet, then go get your car.
- 400 West: To accomodate the largest number of vehicles, we transform the 400 W. perimeter of the park to angled parking on Saturdays. If you park here, you must move your vehicle by 3pm.
- Bike Valet: Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective provides a free bike storage for market patrons. The Bike Valet can be found on the corner of 400 South and 300 West. Don't forget your basket or backpack to tote home your fresh veggies and gifts.
- Green Bike: take a Green Bike from any Green Bike station and park it at the Pioneer Park Green Bike Station, just across from Caputo's.
- Ride TRAX: There are 2 TRAX stops close to Pioneer Park (Old Greek Town, Planetarium) Call RIDE-UTA for schedules.
For an interactive map of the 25,000 available parking spaces downtown, please visit parkingslc.com.
Visit Google Maps to get directions to Pioneer Park, located between 400 West and 300 West / 400 South and 300 South.
Upcoming Music at the Market
Calendar: Music at the Market
Matthew and the Hope is a Salt Lake City based alternative country band that blends traditional country tonality with contemporary chord structures and lyrics.
Calendar: Music at the Market
Robert Macdonald (bagpipes, Irish flute, tinwhistles, and Irish banjo) is the founder of Annie's Romance and has been playing Celtic folk music for fifteen years. He holds a M.S. in folklore from Utah State University where he studied folk music and tune composition.
Liz Macdonald (fiddle, vocals) started playing violin at age five and was first introduced to Celtic folk music at age thirteen in a workshop with master Cape Breton fiddler Jerry Holland. She joined Annie's Romance as fiddler, but quickly took up the lead singing duties for nearly all songs. She has a unique ear for discerning and reproducing the nuances of Irish and Scottish vocal stylings.
Marvin Payne (guitar, mandolin, vocals) has been playing guitar and singing songs for over half a century, with sixteen albums of original material and a whole lot of writing for other widely-published projects to show for it. But Annie’s Romance is his first immersion into playing Celtic folk, and he loves it.(Check out marvinpayne.com)
Michelle Adams (flute, vocals) was a member of the folk band the Flying Nancies before joining Annie's Romance. A classically trained flutist from the age of eight with a natural ear for harmony and arrangement, she contributes much of the atmosphere and texture to the band's intricate arrangements.
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