Shopping fans, take note: If you time your visit perfectly, you can browse colorful bazaars featuring dozens of local makers and score Portland-made goods and clothing at unbeatable prices. Better bring an extra suitcase!
Portland Flea + Food
Last Sunday of the month (April-Oct.)
Combining two of the things Portland does best (food and craft), Flea + Food’s seasonal monthly market takes over the Nova Building in Southeast Portland, offering more than 50 new and vintage vendors for your browsing pleasure. This collaborative project expands on the original Portland Flea by adding a vibrant showcase of local designers and a pavilion of rotating food trucks, artisan snacks and craft drinks.
Portland Night Market
Seasonal: February, May, August, November
Over-the-top decorations and attention-grabbing booths are guaranteed when more than 100 local vendors pack into a century-old Central Eastside Industrial District warehouse for the highly anticipated Portland Night Market. Adorned with hanging lanterns and twinkly lights, and stuffed to the gills with music, food and libations, this festive celebration of culture and commerce feels more like a bustling block party than your average pop-up.
Biannual: May & December
Founded in 2006 as a small gathering of local artists and crafters, Crafty Wonderland has expanded to fill a 60,000-square-foot (5,574-sq m) hall in the Oregon Convention Center. Their annual holiday sale draws 20,000 shoppers each year, but if you miss the event, you can still browse creations by hundreds of Portland artists at the year-round Crafty Wonderland retail shop.
My People’s Market
Held twice a year since its inception in November 2017, My People’s Market brings together dozens of local artists, entrepreneurs and creatives of color for live music, networking and shopping. Developed by four local nonprofits (Mercatus, Prosper Portland, Travel Portland and Partners in Diversity), the first My People’s Market connected Portland creators of color with the travel industry and professionals who could help expand and scale their businesses.
Highlighting the city’s most inspiring independent designers, retailers and small businesses, Unique Markets is a women-led and owned pop-up market and trade show during the month of May. The event cultivates a space for small businesses and independent retailers to connect with the community and sell their creations. Shoppers can enjoy the benefits of shopping small — with live music, DIY crafting space and local coffee brews and foods.
Portland Indigenous Marketplace
Supporting indigenous artists and artisans, the Portland Indigenous Marketplace provides respectful spaces that encourage cultural resilience and economic sustainability. The market is held several times throughout the year where you can shop for handmade items such as jewelry and fine art, taste delicious treats from local artisans, and support entrepreneurs from pre-colonial cultures.
Celebrate the season of DAHLIAS. A Rainbow of Color. Stroll through almost 40 acres and a beautiful display garden of stunning dahlias featuring over 370 varieties. The beautiful fields are open from August to September each year, closed on Monday and Tuesday. Pick out and order your favorite dahlias for Spring delivery and planting. Purchase…
With its carts and vendors selling delicious meals under a lush green canopy of trees, this downtown farmer’s market at Shemanski Park is a popular lunch spot for good reason. Portland residents and visitors also use this shaded destination to buy locally grown groceries for dinner — or supplies for an alfresco picnic. (Wednesdays 10…
The popular Woodstock Farmers Market features fresh produce, baked goods, fresh juices, sweets, cheese, meat and more from 30+ vendors, along with artisan-made products like jewelry, ceramics and art.
The Kenton Farmers Market is located in the heart of the historic Kenton neighborhood in North Portland. Founded in 2012, the market’s live music and the festive street-fair atmosphere thrive in this growing business district. Proximity to a MAX station and easy access for bicyclists and those on foot make this market a lively and…
The Portland Farmers Market at Portland State University will be open every Saturday, year-round. April through October hours are 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. November through March hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Market at PSU is located in Downtown Portland in the South Park Blocks between SW College & Montgomery Streets.
Rocky Butte Farmers Market, an iconic urban neighborhood market featuring affordable locally grown foods and artisan products, weekly children's activities, live entertainment, and a dog-friendly, energetic block party vibe, is back for the 2023 Season. The market's goal is to lower barriers to market participation for beginning and under-represented vendors and to strengthen connections within…
Open every Saturday from March–December, Portland Saturday Market is the largest arts-and-crafts fair in the U.S.
Lents International Farmers Market opens on Sunday, June 4, 2023, and is open every Sunday through November 19, 2023. The Lents International Farmers Market (LIFM) is the only one in Portland with an intentional international focus. LIFM provides fresh, affordable and culturally appropriate produce to the diverse community of Lents neighbors. Founded in 2006 by…
Come Thru Market is an incubator market centering on Black and Indigenous Farmers, Makers, and Friends. Come Thru supports BIPOC growers in taking their small business dreams to the farmers’ market environment. It’s a vibe – Come Thru and get what you need.
Starting in 1986, First Thursday in the Pearl is a district-wide celebration on the first Thursday of each month. Originally a gathering of art collectors and dealers, the celebration has grown to a monthly event of over ten thousand people, including art enthusiasts, wine aficionados, and scenesters looking to see and be seen. Art galleries…
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