Farmers Markets In & Around Wichita, KS | 2024 Season

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2024 Farmers Markets In & Around Wichita, KS

Tips for making the most of your Farmers Market experience:

  • Research the markets before you go. Sign up for newsletters and browse their websites and Facebook pages to see which vendors will be attending and what kind of special entertainment will be available.
  • Arrive early for the best selection. Many items sell out fast!
  • Walk the perimeter before making a purchase. There will likely be several vendors selling similar items, so make sure you look at everything before deciding on a particular product. You don’t want to buy a dozen zucchini at the first vendor only to find cheaper and better looking zucchini at another vendor.
  • Bring cash, especially smaller bills so that you won’t have to rely on vendors to make change. Many vendors accept credit and/or debit cards, but it’s always best to have cash on hand.
  • Bring your own reusable bags. Reusable bags are more sturdy and can hold more merchandise than the plastic bags used by vendors.
  • If you want to bring your dog, double check that the market allows pets. Not all markets are pet-friendly, and you definitely don’t want to leave your pup in the car on a hot summer day while you shop!
  • Go with an open mind and try something new! Ask vendors advice on how to use their products. You may walk away with a few new recipes or ideas!


While Saturday is by far the most popular day for Farmers Markets, you can find local markets various  days of the week. Below is a list of various markets found throughout the Wichita area:

Farmers Markets in Wichita, KS

Moonlight Market

500 Block N. Commercial Ave. Downtown Sedgwick, Kansas
April 2024-October 2024
3rd Friday of Each Month from 6-8pm

Discover a vibrant community event where local vendors come together to showcase their finest goods and crafts. Whether you’re seeking unique artisanal treasures, delicious treats, or simply a night out with friends and family, Moonlight Market offers something for everyone.

 – Food and Refreshments: Indulge in delicious snacks, drinks, and gourmet treats from local food trucks and vendors.

– Live Entertainment: Enjoy live music performances and other entertainment acts throughout the evening.

– Community Atmosphere: Connect with neighbors and friends in a welcoming and lively atmosphere.

For vendor inquiries or additional information, please contact Paige Jones, [email protected].

Old Town Farm & Art Market – Downtown Wichita 

835 E. First Street

  • Outdoor Market runs April-October | Saturdays from 8am-1pm
  • Indoor Market runs November-December | Saturdays from 10am-2pm

Fresh produce and baked goods, tastings, community yoga, demonstrations & presentations, live entertainment, and events.

Kansas Grown Farmers Market – West, Downtown, Derby

Kansas Grown West – 21st & Ridge in Wichita
April 2024 – October 2024
Saturdays from 7am-12pm

Kansas Grown Derby – 512 E. Madison Ave. 
May 2024 – October 2024
Saturdays from 8am-12pm

Ultra-fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, farm fresh eggs, hand-harvested honey, baked goods, flowers, art, live entertainment, and even cooking demonstrations!

Wichita-Metro Area Farmers Markets

Haysville Hometown Market 

Haysville Historic District – 100 S. Main St., Haysville, KS
June 2024-August 2024
Saturdays from 8am-12pm 

Kechi Farmers Market 

Kechi United Methodist Church – 4533 E 61st Street N, Kechi, KS


Erin Bartel
Erin is a marketing consultant in Wichita KS. She spends her days helping businesses and non-profits navigate the ever-changing waters of digital & local marketing and homeschooling her kids. She and her daughter also own Sassy Squid Ink, an imprint designing notebooks, journals, and sketchbooks. A mother of 2 happily married to her college sweetheart, Erin's hobbies include bribing herself to exercise, traveling with (and without) her family, and trying to remember where she hid the chocolate.


  1. Is the big yellow umbrella farm stand going to sell corn this summer? I think it’s Gebhart or something like that. They had stands in 3 or 4 places for several years.

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