Open year-round on Saturdays
9:00 am to 2:00 pm (Nov-Mar)
8:30 am to 2:00 pm (April-Oct)
Our farmers market on the Portland State University campus is open year-round, rain or shine on Saturdays. Since 1996, our more than 100 vendors sell freshly harvested and carefully prepared foods. Chef demonstrations, market music and a lineup of food education events make this bustling market a special destination for families and friends gather to shop, eat, listen, learn and play.
Please respect our NO PETS policy at the PSU Market and leave your furry friends at home. Thank you!
This market accepts: Cash, Credit Cards, PFM Market Tokens, SNAP, WIC checks (not WIC cards), and Senior Farm Direct vouchers, Veggie Prescriptions, and Sisters of the Road Fresh Change.
Chef in the Market: Cooking demonstrations celebrate height-of-the-season market ingredients as local celebrity chefs educate and inspire home cooks. Market-goers can watch chefs turn seasonal produce into simple, delectable dishes and then enjoy samples from the demonstrations.
The Market at PSU is located in Downtown Portland in the South Park Blocks between SW College & Montgomery Streets. The closest address is 1803 SW Park Ave in Portland, Oregon.
Access the market from SW Park Ave and Montgomery Street or from SW Broadway Street at SW Harrison, SW Hall or SW College Streets. The PSU Market is in the pedestrian-only center of the campus. View Map
This market is easily accessible via TriMet. MAX, the Portland Streetcar, and many bus routes provide service just a block or two of the market.
Plenty of on-street parking and several parking garages surround the market. Click here for Portland State University lot locations and rates.
Street-level ADA accessible parking spaces, some of them designated for wheelchair users only, are located at:
Visit our either of our market information booths denoted in red below!
Hops & Honey brews up an intoxicating blend of ragtime, early jazz, and country blues music from the 1920s and ‘30s.
Drawn in by the pleasing sounds of marimbas, syncopated rhythms, and the diverse repertoire of music ranging from original funky grooves to deep traditional African melodies to British Pop covers, crowds form and people dance whenever SUPADUPA takes the stage!