Beloit Farmers Market
Beloit Farmers Market has been drawing thousands of locals and visitors to the heart of Downtown Beloit since 1974!
Shop the wonderful open-air market in the heart of historic Downtown Beloit. The Market is an award-winning community tradition, with vendors selling local produce, organics, baked goods, honey, jams & jellies, bedding plants, fish, meat, eggs & cheese, fresh flowers, and more.
Want to know what produce and fruits are in season? Click here.
Items you can find at the Farmers’ Market:
Artisan cheeses, spice blends, teas, cheesecake, BBQ sauce, honey, eggs, seafood, pork, elk, beef, heirloom cherry tomatoes, green tomatoes, green and yellow beans, Michigan blueberries, beets, sweet corn, sweet onions, zucchini, jams and jellies, yellow squash, kohlrabi, cut basil, parsley, broccoli, cauliflower, green onions, green/ purple cabbage, Jalapeno peppers, Swiss chard, cucumbers, pickles, relish, and so much more!
Click here for the list of vendors.
Please see the following changes before coming to the market:
- Hours are from 9 am to noon Saturdays.
- 300 guests will be allowed into the market at one time. *Please only send one member from your household to give everyone an opportunity to shop at the market. *Encouraged but not required.
- The entrance to the market will be at Broad and State streets. There will be a line at Broad Street with 6 feet distancing between individuals. The market exit will be at Grand Avenue and Pleasant Street. Click here for a map.
- Vendors will be limited to food-only sales. 47 vendors will be featured at the market to allow for 15 feet between each vendor booth.
- Customers are prohibited from touching food items prior to purchase. The vendors are required to have one employee select the food and another employee handle the purchases.
- Visitors should not eat their food while in the market or gather with others. Please exit the market after making your purchases to allow others to enter the market.
- Vendors are to sanitize their hands between transactions and maintain six feet of physical distancing.
- Market staff, vendors, volunteers, and market visitors are now required to wear face coverings.
- You are recommended to bring your own hand sanitizer to the market. However, we will have hand sanitation stations available to those who need it.
- Pets are not allowed in the market; pets have not been allowed since September 2014. Follow the Market on Facebook.