The 2019 season opens Saturday, April 20th and runs through October 12th

The Market is open Saturdays from 9 am until 2 pm
and is located in Pioneer Park and Pavilion.

Featuring your favorite farmers bringing their best hanging baskets, veggie and fruit starts, flowers and more – all grown right here in Washington. Add in a variety of artisan crafters, specialty food vendors, unique and respected non-profits plus top-notch entertainment and you’ll see why the Puyallup Farmers’ Market is a premier regional experience you don’t want to miss!

Dates & Time

April 20 – October 12
Saturdays 9:00 to 2:00


Pioneer Park and in the Pioneer Park Pavilion
330 South Meridian
Downtown Puyallup


Application Deadlines:
Spring: April 1, 2019     Summer: May 11, 2019    Fall: August 20, 2019

Applications for the 2019 season are now open.
Click here to be redirected to

Market Fee Information

See page 6 of the 2019 Vendor Handbook for all Fee information.

Busker Information

Please download our rules for buskers at the Puyallup Farmers’ Market. Busker Rules for 2019

All of the rules and regulations to participate in our Farmers’ Market are available on the application site. If you would like to download a copy of our handbook, click the link below:

2019 Vendor Handbook

Below are a list of maps for our 2019 Farmer's Market.

Farmers Market Park Map

Pavilion Map

2019 Interactive Map for Vendors


Market Manager

Patty Villa 

things you can find


Fresh produce from local growers and farmers.

veggies and fruits


Hear music from local artist and bands.



From festival-style foods to mixed fusions.

Specialty food vendors


Local handcrafted wares of all sorts.

artisan crafters


Locally grown and harvested.



Unique items ranging from spices to specialty products

specialty items



market sponsors

We’d like to recognize the following as sponsors of our 2019 Downtown Farmer’s Market!

JR Whitaker
JR Whitaker
trelora logo
Bryce Barber
Bryce Barber


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