The Asheville City Market moved to a new location: North Market Street between Woodfin Street and Walnut Street! The freshest, best-tasting food in the area now takes over one block of downtown Asheville every Saturday morning. You’ll still find your favorite vendors of farm-fresh produce, meat, dairy, and local artisan products, as well as brand-new offerings in the expanded market.
The Asheville City Market – downtown is open April-December. Our outdoor season begins on April 6, 2019. Expect a year of specials events and giveaways as we celebrate the market’s tenth anniversary! 52 N. Market, Asheville, NC.
Asheville City Market – South (our Wednesday market, April-October) remains at its location in the center of Biltmore Park Town Square and will be open every Wednesday afternoon for your
mid-week shopping needs.
Asheville City Market – Winter (our winter market, January-March) Asheville City Market heads indoors for the winter to the Asheville Masonic Temple on 80 Broadway Street. The market runs from 9am to Noon, every Saturday January 5 through March 30. Free parking is available across the street at Home Trust Bank and at the county lot across from the Y.
At both market locations, enjoy live music, cooking demonstrations and food tastings from local chefs, Growing Minds @ Market family-friendly activities, and much more. EBT, credit cards, and debit cards are all accepted. Be sure to follow Asheville City Market on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to keep up with the local excitement!
Interested in selling at Asheville City Market? Check out our vendor information page for more information on how to get involved in Asheville’s biggest market for local food and artisan products.
April–October: 8 am–12 pm
November–December: 9 am–12 pm
North Market Street
between Walnut and Woodfin St.
January–March: 9 am–12 pm
Asheville Masonic Temple
Asheville, NC 28801
April–October: 12–4 pm
Biltmore Park Town Square
2 Town Square Boulevard
Asheville City Market Sponsors:
The Asheville City Market is a program of ASAP (Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project).