Our Markets

Saturday Markets

February 4 - December 16


Market Hours: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm (Winter Hours, Feb - March: 10:00am - 2:00pm)

Farmers Market Pavilion, 8th & Oak

Tuesday Markets

May 2 - October 31


Market Hours: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Farmers Market Pavilion, 8th & Oak

Night Markets

3rd Thursday, June - September


Market Hours: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Farmers Market Pavilion, 8th & Oak

Our Saturday and Tuesday Farmers Markets and Night Markets are held at the Farmers Market Pavilion and Plaza at 85 E 8th Ave (corner of 8th Ave and Oak St) in downtown Eugene. 

Market Currencies: We accept Cash, Credit Cards, LCFM Market Tokens, SNAP/EBT cards, WIC checks (not WIC cards), and Senior Farm Direct vouchers. Visit our Info Booth for questions about currencies, to process SNAP/EBT cards, and to buy LCFM tokens.

New in 2023: Night Markets! 

June 15, July 20, August 24, & September 21 

6pm to 10pm at the Farmers Market Pavilion and Plaza

Join us at the Pavilion and Plaza this summer for locally produced, fresh and prepared foods and beverages, games and activities for all ages, shopping with artisan vendors from Whiteaker Community Market, and dancing to live music! 

Live Music from 7pm to 9:30pm!

Musical Guest Lineup:

June 15th: The Fat Dandelions – A New Orleans-style jazz, featuring a trumpet, standing bass, and a full upright piano.

July 20th: Taller De Son Jarocho – A local art and music collective integrally connected with the now global movimiento Jaranero (jarana player and zapateado dance movement) dedicated to spreading the message of community and celebration through the music, song and dance of southern Veracruz, Mexico.

August 24th: Sweet as Molasses – “Molasses is a unique confection with sweet, smooth flavors of neo-soul infused with jazz, r&b, and hip-hop.”

September 21st: Priyo – world artist from Eugene, OR. Music styles from around the word including: Mediterranean, Latin & Gypsy Trance.


Night Markets are sponsored by the City of Eugene Cultural Services Downtown Program Fund.




In the Parcade and Overpark parking garages located downtown, the first hour is free during the week and there is all day free parking on the weekends, except during signed events. For a list of parking options in downtown Eugene, see the Epark Eugene map.

Both 8th Avenue and Oak Street are under construction this summer which will impact easy access to the Farmers Market Pavilion and Park Blocks for a few weeks. Consider walking, biking, taking the bus, or carpooling to Market this summer to alleviate traffic and parking issues. During construction, Willamette Street will be the best route option for anybody attending Market, whether walking, biking, or driving.

The construction has also required the City to remove most of the bicycle parking from the area. Luckily, there is plentiful bike parking along Willamette Street at both Broadway and 8th Avenue. You can also find bike parking in the NW and NE corners of the Pavilion.