Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets

Farmers Markets


** 2021 ANNOUNCEMENT  **

Pike Place Market is thrilled to announce the return of three Pike Place Express Farmers Markets. Now you can visit your favorite farmers and vendors across downtown Seattle. These express Markets are a great way to rejuvenate and enjoy fresh produce, fresh flowers, and delicious hot lunches.

Held once a week, these small farmer's markets bring Market farmers and their fresh, local and seasonal vegetables, fruit, flowers, honey and value-added products, like beef jerky, directly to downtown residents and workers. Each express market location provides visitors old and new with enticing flavors and friendly interactions stemming from the Market's beloved "Meet the Producer" tradition. 

It's been quite the farm season here at Pike Place Market, and we're excited to expand our footprint to the downtown community. Stop by an express market and pick up a pint of fresh berries, bright and leafy vegetables for salads and a bouquet of world-class flowers to bring summer into your home or office.

2021 Schedule - Confirmed


South Lake Union Farmers Market
Location: 426 Terry Avenue N. (Van Vorst Plaza)
Dates: Thursdays from July 8th - September 30th
Time: 10am - 2pm


First Hill Farmers Market
Location: on Seneca in between 9th Avenue & Terry Street (Lindeman Plaza)
Dates: Fridays from August 6th - September 24th
Time: 10am - 2pm

City Hall Farmers Market - CLOSED
Location: 600 4th Avenue (City Hall Plaza)
Dates: Closed


Express Market Not Available in 2021

The Regrade Farmers Market
7th Avenue & Lenora Street (by the spheres)



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Preserving Farmland and Developing the Local Food Economy

In order to maintain our heritage as a vibrant farmers market, Pike Place Market recognizes the importance of making sure farmland is available for generations to come, and that farmers can operate sustainable businesses. To support this we partnered with the City of Seattle and King County to convene the “King County Farms and Food Roundtable” to identify key recommendations to preserve farmland and increase market and distribution opportunities for local small and mid-sized farmers in King County. Read the full report