Shop, eat and support local businesses when you visit the heart of Downtown.
In partnership with The Pacific Coast Farmer’s Market Association, The City of Concord hosts a weekly farmers market highlighting all the great fruits, vegetables, food and more the Bay Area has to offer. The Concord farmers market is home to over 30 different local vendors from all over the area. Booths of food vendors with local produce, ready to make food and so much more, line Todos Santos Plaza in downtown Concord for the ultimate farmers market experience. In the summer, shop delicious strawberries, melons, plums cherries, tomatoes, zucchini and so much more. In the Fall lookout for apples, pumpkins, winter squash and brussels sprouts. Looking for something on the sweet side?! Shop local pastries and kettle corn made to order! Concord is lucky to have the Farmers Market two days a week:
- Tuesday’s year round 9am-2pm
On Thursday’s enjoy multiple food vendors selling delicious meals like cheese zombies, homemade falafel, woodfire pizza, giant turkey legs and other delicious bites. They also offer henna tattoos or face painting for the kids.
Concord also hosts the Music and Market Series on Thursdays in the summer in partnership with the farmer’s market. Visit the City of Concord booth to enter your name in drawing to win a free bag of produce. Shop your favorite local produce, eat at local food booths and listen to amazing live performances from 6:30 to 8pm June-September. (Check events calendar for exact dates)
The Pacific Coast Farmer’s Market creates community-based food experiences throughout the San Francisco Bay Area that support California family farms and a healthy local food system. Get the very best of California agriculture in a fun, family-friendly atmosphere with PCFMA. They organize over 50 weekly certified farmers' markets in more than 35 Bay Area communities. Each provides an economic outlet for Northern California family farms. Come by for a visit and get your delicious farm-fresh food direct from the people who grow it. Most of your fruits and veggies you’ll find have been picked within the last 24 hours.