West Allis Farmers Market

Farmers Market Arch PhotoThe award-winning West Allis Farmers Market is open from the first Saturday in May through the Saturday after Thanksgiving. It is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon to 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. We open later in the day to allow the farmers to bring only the freshest produce, picked that morning, to the market!

Shop the West Allis Farmers Market for seasonal fruits and vegetables, annual and perennial plants, fresh-cut flowers, locally raised eggs, meats, honey, and maple syrup, and prepared foods like baked goods and apple cider. 

The West Allis Farmers Market hosts numerous community events throughout the year, including the Makers Market, Food Truck Fridays, National Night Out, and the Christkindlmarkt.

The Market will open for the 2020 season on Saturday, May 2. 

Food Truck Fridays

Food Truck Fridays are back at West Allis Farmers Market on the following dates in 2020:

  • Friday, June 19
  • Friday, July 17
  • Friday, August 21
  • Friday, September 18

These fun, family-friendly evenings  gather over a dozen of the area’s best food trucks with live music, kids’ activities, and much more. 

Vendor applications are now being accepted. Download an application (PDF) here.

Download vendor pricing and contract here (PDF).

music at the market

The West Allis Farmers Market would like to bring more entertainment to the Market in the upcoming 2020 season! 

New this year, our Back the Band: Business Sponsorship Program will be utilized to fund Music at the Market. We have Saturday Market dates available for performers, and the last Thursday of May through October will have extended hours where we will be looking for musical entertainment as well.

Solo artists, small combos, and bands are wanted to make the Market musical this year. Apply to perform with us here.

Snap Program

The West Allis Health Department is pleased to announce implementation of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as FoodShare, at the Farmers Market.

We are committed to increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables for low-income families and to providing this additional value-added revenue source for our vendors.

Persons eligible for FoodShare benefits are able to purchase tokens with their benefits card at the Market and utilize the Market to purchase fresh items that are nutritious for them and their families.

To learn more information about the SNAP program and eligibility, please visit

Market FAQ

What do vendors sell at the market?

A variety of local farmers and food vendors are at the market offering produce, herbs, fresh flowers, seasonal plants, fresh meats and eggs, cheeses, and honey. Prepared foods such as baked goods, pickles and preserves, and more are also sold at the market.

How can I know what vendors are coming each week, and what they will bring?

That’s the fun of visiting a farmer’s market! We don’t know what our vendors will bring to the market and we invite you to come explore. Check out this guide to the seasonal availability of Wisconsin fruits and vegetables to give you an idea of when your favorite items may be available.

Are all Farmers Market products certified organic?

No. Different vendors choose different production methods. Talk to the vendors to learn more about their products.

Can I bring my dog?

While service animals are welcome at the Farmers Market, pets are not. Please leave pets at home for their safety and that of other Farmers Market shoppers.

Where can I find parking?

In addition to street parking, a parking lot is available at the market on south 66th St. 

I am interested in hosting a public event at the Farmer’s Market. Who should I contact? 

Contact our Tourism & Event Coordinator, Caitlyn White.

Do vendors accept credit cards, or is the Market cash only?

Vendors determine what payment types they choose to accept, but generally, cash is preferred. An ATM is available at the Market for your convenience.

Any insider tips I need to know?

  • Talk to the vendors and other shoppers. If you see a vegetable you’ve never tried, don’t be afraid to ask the vendor or the shopper next to you for tips on storing or preparing it. 
  • Come often – the selection at the Market is different each day! 
  • Come early – vendors are not required to stay until close of the Market. Some may leave early if they sell out of items or choose to close their booths earlier in the day.