The Thursday Night Farmers' Market is one of several Farmers Markets in San Luis Obispo, and is held on Higuera Street every Thursday night starting at 6:10 p.m. In contrast to the other farmers markets in San Luis Obispo, the Thursday Night Farmers' Market does not primarily focus on produce vendors, but also includes many prepared food vendors, booths selling non-food items, information and outreach tables from community organizations, and performers.
- In case of inclement weather, check this page to see whether the market is cancelled.
With more than 120 vendors providing everything from ribs, sausage, tri-tip, fresh flowers, seasonal treats, and of course produce within walking distance of our historic mission. It’s an amazing place to people watch, shop, and enjoy an event that has the distinction of being one of the greatest weekly events of California. See the list of vendors and entertainers below!
Table and Chair Seating
Located on the south corner of Broad and Higuera streets, Market goers can enjoy their “market meal” in comfortable chairs and spacious tables provided by the SLO Downtown Association.. Seating is on a first come-first serve basis.
- Locally Grown: the beginnings of downtown SLO farmers market Tolosa Press
- The Nosh Pit: What happens when humans, vegetables, and entertainment collide at SLO Farmers Market New Times
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