The Fishers Farmers Market is operated by Fishers Parks and runs annually through the summer in Fishers, Indiana. Ranked 6th in the state by the American Farmland Trust: Farmers Market Coalition, the Fishers Farmers Market has become a growing success year after year. One of the only dog-friendly markets in North Indianapolis area, we cater to all visitors young, old, and furry! On any visit you can find an array of local goods made, grown, baked, and harvested by farmers and local makers.
The Fishers Farmers Market has two locations. Our primary market runs 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday May through September at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater (NPD AMP) in downtown Fishers. Each morning kicks off with yoga or fitness operated by a local yoga studio offered to visitors for free. Weekly, you can also listen to local tunes from musicians while you shop from more than 60 juried vendors in operation. If you've brought your kids, the Fishers Parks tent keeps them busy with a hands-on, interactive activities that change weekly.
Our 2023 season at the NPD AMP runs May 6 through September 30.
Our second location in Fishers' Saxony District takes place on from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. every Wednesdays in June, July, and August. This market offers a similar shopping experience to our Saturday market, but with the addition of locally handmade goods. Shop the Fishers Farmers Market at Saxony for fresh produce, baked items, and and dinner while you stroll by handmade goods great for gifts and home décor.
Our 2023 season at Saxony runs June 7 through August 30.
VOTE for us as your favorite Famers Market with American Farmland Trust and the Farmers Market Coalition. Every year they choose the nation's top Farmers Markets, and in 2022 we were ranked 6th in the state of Indiana.
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Bringing a canine companion? Well-behaved dogs are welcome to join you at the Market. Learn more about our dog policy.
Our farmers and producers work in all kinds of weather to bring you fresh, local, and delicious foods and they count on their customers shopping at the market in good weather and bad.