Experience Redmond Saturday Market!

The Cadillac of farmers markets celebrates its 40th season with 80 vendors weekly! We have organic choices in produce, fruits, berries, cheese, eggs and meats. Find great selections of plants, herbs, flowers, breads, jams, honey, fish, specialty sauces and nuts. Enjoy crepes, tamales, pizza, Italian food, shave ice, popcorn and pastries for lunch. Listen to our live bands every Saturday. Find one-of-a-kind gifts made by our local artisans. Chef Demos, Zucchini Races, Story Time, Cowboys, Hula Dancers, Kids Day, and Pet Parades are just some of the fun in store for this season! Every Saturday, May thru October, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions...

    • What is Redmond Saturday Market all about?
      Redmond Saturday Market is the oldest open-air market on the Eastside. It's a public market comprised of local farmers, gardeners, artists, craftspeople & food specialists. Everything is made, grown, or produced in the state of Washington. Redmond Saturday Market offers a great selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, plants, herbs, beautiful cut flowers, baked goods, jams & jellies, honey, dips, sauces, cheese and a huge variety of handmade arts and crafts. There are several lunch choices-including tamales, pizza, sausage sandwiches, crepes, popcorn, & shaved ice. Many of our farmers are certified organic, and some available food items are gluten-free.

      At Redmond Saturday Market, there's plenty of entertainment for the whole family-main stage music and buskers every Saturday, educational community booths, pet adoption opportunities, story time for kids, two special days for "kid vendors" to sell their arts and crafts & several other big events. Check our calendar often for upcoming fun for everyone!

    • What time is the market open?
      Redmond Saturday Market is open every Saturday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, from May through October.

    • What methods of payment are accepted at Redmond Saturday Market?
      All vendors accept cash and checks. Select vendors are able to take debit and credit cards.
      There are 4 cash machines located in Redmond Town Center, 2 blocks away.
      Currently, EBT is not accepted at the market.

    • Can I bring my dog to the market?
      Absolutely! Redmond Saturday Market is dog friendly. If your dog is well-behaved and on a short leash, they are welcome. There are even pet adoption events throughout the season.

    • How do I become a vendor at the market?
      Thank you for your interest in Redmond Saturday Market! Our existing vendors have until February 1st to let us know if they are returning for the season. Based on the number of returning vendors, we decide if a jury event for new vendors is needed. If this happens, it occurs on a weekend in late March or early April. More information about this one-time jury event is posted on the website by mid-February.

      Such information would include:

      • The date, time & location
      • The items to bring with you as a prospective vendor
      • The specific categories open to new vendors (category examples include apparel, bath & body, baby, jewelry, paintings, photography, specialty/processed foods, wood, etc.).
      • Closed Categories


      ***Please note:
      • Redmond Saturday Market does not accept applications from closed categories.
      • We do not keep any waiting list for any category.
      • We do not put applications online. Our application process is in person only at our screening event.
      • We have only one screening event per year.
      • Application forms will be presented at the screening event.
      • Please check our website in mid-February for more information and to find out if we are accepting new vendors this year.


    • Are there other booth opportunities besides being a vendor?
      Redmond Saturday Market accepts a very limited number of non-profit service and charitable booths. These booths may not engage in any type of sales at our market.

      Please email us at info@redmondsaturdaymarket.org to get in touch with our Volunteer Coordinator Martha Tyler, who organizes all community booths.

    • Does Redmond Saturday Market accept one-time vendors mid-season?
      No, all Redmond Saturday Market vendors are screened and accepted pre-season, and are strongly encouraged to have a booth for at least 6 of the 26 Saturdays. There is one exception: twice a year, there are special days for kids to sell their handmade arts and crafts. Please visit the information booth for an application and rules handout for these two days. There are age restrictions for this event, and applications are only available at the information booth.
      Visit our calendar page to see when this special event takes place.

    • I am a musician or other entertainer-how can I get involved in market entertainment?
      All bands, musicians & other entertainers must first contact the market and get permission before performing-there are no unannounced drop in acts allowed. There are both main stage music and busking opportunities every season, and entertainment booking begins in January.

      Please email info@redmondsaturdaymarket.org to get in touch with our Market Director Nicole Package, who organizes all market entertainment.

  • Information regarding the 2015 Screening Event:

    When: February 28th, 10:30am-1:00pm. You may arrive anytime during this window, please do not arrive before 10:30 - vendors will be juried in order of arrival, and we will continue until everyone has been screened.

    Where: Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center (16600 NE 80th St, Redmond, WA 98052)

    Who: All crafts must be handmade in WA by the vendor or a member of the vendor's immediate family. All produce must be grown in WA state. All processed foods must be processed in Wa. For open and closed categories, see below.

    If you are applying with a consumable product, please note that in addition to King County Public Health rules, RSM has additional rules about selling anything that the public consumes. If you are accepted with a consumable product, you will be required to follow all rules from both King County Public Health as well as Redmond Saturday Market.

    What: RSM is seeking to add a variety of high-quality, new products to our vendor community for the 2015 season. We will be taking in only 10 to 15 vendors at the most. Additionally, our market stays true to a grassroots ideology and helps new businesses get a start at Redmond Saturday Market; this precludes more established businesses from joining RSM.

    How: After you have determined that you are eligible for this year's jury, please come on the jury date.

    • Bring with you -
      • $15 check, made out to Redmond Saturday Market (this is your jury fee)

      • 2 color photos of your product, and 1 photo of your booth set up

      • Samples of the product you wish to have screened. Only products that have been screened at this event will be allowed to be sold at RSM, if you are accepted as a vendor (example: if you only jury bird houses, you will not be able to sell chocolates)

    • You will fill out an application on site, they are not available on line. This jury event is the only time/place to apply and be screened for 2015.

    • Your products will be screened based on originality, quality/workmanship, price and vendor availability with consideration given to balancing types of crafts for this year's market.

    • After the jury, you will receive a letter the week of March 23rd notifying you of your status.



    Categories we will be screening:
    • Baby
    • Baked Goods - Bread Only (no sweet baked goods of any kind)
    • Cards
    • Cheese / Meat / Fish / Eggs
    • Clothing
    • Glass
    • Home Decor
    • Leather / Purses
    • Misc. Crafts – please see list below of Categories that we will not be screening
    • Painters
    • Pet Products
    • Photography
    • Processed/Specialty Foods



    Categories we will NOT be screening:
    • Bath/Body Products
    • Baked Goods-All sweets/treats/baked goods of any kind
    • Concessionaires/ all ready to eat food
    • Garden Art
    • Jewelry
    • Pottery
    • Wood



    Special note:
    • Farmers and Nursery Plants will not be screened at this event. Please contact us directly at info@redmondsaturdaymarket.org if you are in one of these categories and would like more information about joining our market.


  • Additional Info:

    Selection of vendors is based on a point system for originality, workmanship/quality, price, and vendor availability with preference given to existing members who are adding a new category.

    MARKET SEASON: First Saturday in May through last Saturday in October for a total of 27 weeks. Vendors are not required to participate every Saturday, but are encouraged to participate at least six times during the season. Reservations are required at least one week in advance for vendors who do not have a permanent space.

    MARKET HOURS: 9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM. We do not allow any sales prior to our 9:00 am start time. The 9:00 am start time begins when the horn is blown. All vendors must arrive no later than 8:15 am and must be set up by 8:45 am.

    MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS:
    1. Produce must be farm fresh and grown in Washington. No brokers allowed.
    2. Plants and flowers must be grown in Washington. No brokers allowed
    3. Crafts must be handcrafted and created in Washington State by the vendor and must be screened at our screening process, prior to being accepted as a member into our Market.
    4. Processed Foods must be made in a certified kitchen and meet all Health Department and/or WA. Dept of AG requirements.
    5. All food vendors must have proof of liability insurance


    Vendors selling a consumable product must obtain all required licenses and permits from the King County Health Department, and/or WA. Dept. of AG. and must have proof of liability insurance

    ***Please note:
    • Redmond Saturday Market does not accept applications from closed categories.
    • We do not keep any waiting list for any category.
    • We do not put applications online. Our application process is in person only at our screening event.
    • We have only one screening event per year.
    • Application forms will be presented at the screening event.