The River City Real Estate Downtown Farmers’ Market is summertime’s signature event in Grand Junction, and is a showcase of farm products from the Western Slope and around Colorado. Sponsored by River City Real Estate and the Downtown Grand Junction Business Improvement District, the Downtown Farmers’ Market is a summer-long community event series drawing an estimated 5,000 visitors per week. Supporting Sponsorship by Transwest Truck Trailer RV and Renewal by Andersen.
Entertainment for August 18, 2016 sponsored by Atlasta Solar Center,
4th & Main – King’n Trio
5th & Main – Up With People!
6th & Main – Will Whalen
7th & Main – Tim + Richard
Olathe Sweet Corn, Peaches, Snow peas, sugar peas, beets, summer squash, arugula, carrots, basil, kale, lettuce mix, asparagus, turnips, microgreens, green beans, spinach, garlic, cauliflower, tomatoes, heirloom tomatoes, pickling cukes, apricots, cucumbers, summer squash, locally raised goat and quail meat, and chicken and quail eggs.
Bar B T Savanna Goats
Butter Sweet Farm
Horsethief Mesa Apiaries
La Mesa Quail
Palisade Peach Shack
Peach Haven Farms
Red Fox Run Orchards
2016 ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE
June 23- Centennial Band, Josh Rogan, Clyde & The Milltailers
June 30- Soul Habit, Moratto’s Marauders, Lincoln Pants Band
July 7- Mike Gwinn & The Northfork Flyers, Thomasina Russell, Lainey’s May, Drum Safari
July 14- The Instagators, Clyde & The Milltailers, Ryan Harrison
July 21- Black Lab & The Banjo, Tim + Richard, Steve Williams
July 28- Desert Moon, Mathias Malumba & Steve Williams, The Little Instagators
August 4- The Navigators, Mojo, and Johnny O’Rourke
August 11- Still House String Band, Palmas Guitar Duo, The Hoodoo Jedz
August 18- Bobby Walker Band, Collin Reese, Wooden Nickel
August 25- King’n Trio, Will Whalen, bone tree
September 1- Destinee Reed, Boogie Chillin’, Mark D’Ambrosio
September 8- First Responders Night, Flat Top Reed, The Widowmakers, Dennis Overpeck
September 15- Men in Heels Race, Goodman Band, Bobby Walker, David and Tamara Hauze
With a renewed focus on food, products, and art grown or made in Colorado and over 17 local farmers, the Downtown Farmers’ Market is a both local’s favorite and and attraction for visitors from across the country and around the world!
Event highlights are available in the Wednesday edition of The Daily Sentinel throughout the summer.
Free parking is available in the parking garage on Rood between 4th and 5th Streets. Remember, per City ordinance, no pets are allowed at Downtown events.
The Downtown Farmers’ Market accepts applications from those selling food or food products grown or made in our region, local art, a limited number of nonprofits, and our sponsors. Farmers and purveyors of local farm products are always welcome at the Market!
PLEASE READ THE 2016 FARMERS MARKET RULES & REGULATIONS PRIOR TO APPLYING TO THE MARKET. (see below)
PERFORMER APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED-Performers are all booked.
Applying to the market does not guarantee approval. Vendors will be notified on a first-come, first-serve basis.