At this time, we’ve closed vendor applications for the remainder of this year.

We appreciate your interest in the market and wish you well in your business endeavors!

Vendor applications will be open again in the new year!

Becoming a Merchant - More Information

Location: Within the Phoenix Bioscience Core in a parking lot at 5th St and McKinley St. 2 blocks south of Roosevelt St, and 2 blocks west of 7th St.

720 N. 5th St, Phoenix AZ 85004

Set-up: Our Market runs year-round outdoors in the 0pen air. All new vendors are required to have their own gear (tent/tables) and power if necessary. All businesses are expected to set up and break down all of their own equipment and we ask that you leave your space cleaner than when you arrived.

Days and Times:

Year-round, rain or shine
Saturdays, October – April, 8 am – 1 pm
Saturdays, May – September, 7:30 am – 11:30 am

PLEASE BE PATIENT: The market generally operates near max capacity, and we tend to bring on new vendors as space is available. Artisans and other non-food vendors, please note that we are currently prioritizing food vendors. Though we do accept artisans, it’s just in on a more infrequent basis. We do offer a rotating artist series, in which we offer space once a month to an artist. If this may be of interest, please let us know!  We don’t always follow up with every applicant, but you are welcome to follow up with us anytime at info@downtownphoenixfarmersmarket.org. 

Thank you for your interest in the Downtown Phoenix Farmers Market.

Resources:

We recommend that all vendors carry some sort of small business insurance. More information on why we require insurance and what to consider when looking for general liability insurance can be found at the Farmers Market Legal Toolkit

Transaction Privilege Tax (TPT) License
https://azdor.gov/transaction-privilege-tax/tpt-license

Food Permits
https://esd.maricopa.gov/4996/Permits-Forms-and-Applications

  • If inquiring about a food permit for the first time, you should call 602-506-3301.

Cottage Food Program
https://www.azdhs.gov/preparedness/epidemiology-disease-control/food-safety-environmental-services/cottage-food-program/index.php

  • AZ residents can produce baked and confectionery products in their homes and offer them for commercial sale within the state.