MARKET SW RETURNS
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Southwest DC's eclectic Friday night market returns with a diverse mix of art, crafts, handmade jewelry, accessories, bath and beauty goods, and vintage and antique furnishings.
On stage, local musicians and DJs curate a mix of live music and inviting evening soundtracks. Additionally, specialty food businesses, a fully-stocked beer garden, a cigar lounge, and select food trucks add to the programming mix.
DATES / HOURS :
June 25. July 9, 23. Aug 6, 20. Sep 3, 17. Oct 1, 15, 2021
FARMERS MARKET SW continues throughout 2021
As Farmers MarketSW has continued through the winter months in reduced participation, we are excited to welcome back familiar farmers and producers for the Market Season on Saturday April 3rd 2021. After a challenging year in 2020, Farmers Market SW is permitted to operate as an essential business with COVID-19 precautionary measures still in effect. As a critical site for residents to access fresh and seasonal foods from local farmers and food producers, Farmers Market SW remains a vital community space on the corner of 4th and M ST SW.
DATES / HOURS : every SATURDAY. 9am-1pm
While Farmers Market SW will welcome an array of different producers throughout the Market Season, the following exhibitors continue setting up on Saturdays in the winter season.
NEWS & PRESS
June 22, 2021
Market SW returns this Friday night to the Southwest Waterfront!
Returning June 25th from 4pm-10pm, Market SW, the beloved night market at Southwest Waterfront will once again provide a splash of culture, shopping, entertainment, food & beverages, and some much needed outdoor community engaged fun to the corner of 4th and M Street SW.
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becoming an exhibitor
Situated on the Lot at 4th and M Streets SW, MarketSW is now entering its fifth season in the commercial center of the Southwest neighborhood across from the Waterfront Metro Station (green line), Safeway, the popular restaurants Station 4 and All About Burger. There is plenty of public parking among major office buildings, apartments and the thriving Southwest neighborhood.
The Friday night market and Saturday farmers market attracts hundreds of weekly shoppers including families, young professionals and home-owning seniors from the surrounding community. The neighborhood is home to a wide selection of recreational, cultural, and park destinations, including the main campus of the Smithsonian Institution along the National Mall, the Wharf, Culture House and Arena Stage.
With an inviting mix of creative businesses, food trucks, live music, a fully-stocked beer garden, colorful lights, and family-friendly activities, each market creates evokes the lively feeling of a neighborhood outdoor living room.