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Fall Markets, Fairs & Pop-Up Shops

Markets, Fairs & Pop-Up Shops

Happening this fall in the Tri-Valley

With holiday season right around the corner, we’ve put together a list of outdoor markets, craft fairs and pop-up shops to help you shop small this fall. Support the makers, artists, farmers, and chefs who are responsible for crafting some of the Tri-Valley’s most unique, locally-made products. Whether you’re looking for something fun to do outdoors, in search of something to spruce up the house, or you’re getting a head start on holiday shopping, check out these small-batch shopping opportunities below. 

Batch Makers Market

WHERE: 2nd street, Livermore
when: monday, september 27th @ 9am - 3pm

Created by the passionate people behind Fortune Emporium and in collaboration with Livermore Downtown Inc., Batch Makers Market is a local event celebrating artisan vendors, custom cars and live entertainment. This event features over 25 local vendors producing everything from hand made jewelry and accessories to succulent centerpieces and organic lavender simple syrup. This event is free to attend and is located entirely outdoors. Per local health mandates, masks are required for entrance to this event. More Info →

Livermore Wiggins Events

WHERE: San francisco premium outlets, Livermore
when: Every saturday & sunday (10/3 - 12/13)

Wiggins Consulting, known for their production of the lively Second Saturday events located in located in Oakland’s Jack London Square, is bringing the fun to the Tri-Valley. Each Saturday and Sunday, starting October 3rd and lasting through December 13th, various local vendors set up shop in the spacious courtyards located at the San Francisco Premium Outlets for an afternoon of small batch shopping. Find unique plants, one-of-a-kind home decor, apparel & accessories, artwork, collectibles, and more. Per local health mandates, masks are required for entrance to this event. More Info →

Artwalk Livermore Light

WHERE: Downtown Livermore
when: Monday, October 12th @ 10am

Enjoy a scaled-back version of one of Downtown Livermore’s most treasured art-centric events. This one-day outdoor art fair gives you the chance to meet local artists and buy one-of-a-kind, original hand made pieces. Purchase new art or hand made jewelry for yourselves or plan ahead and pick up beautiful, unique gifts ahead of holiday season. Entrance is free, but if you register before the event you can enter for a chance to win a voucher for two tickets to a future performance at the Bankhead Theater! Unfortunately, pets are not able to attend this specific event. Per local health mandates, masks are required for entrance to this event. More Info →

Quilt, Craft & Sewing Festival

HOURS: THU & FRI: 10AM - 5PM | SAT: 10AM-4PM

The Quilt, Craft & Sewing Festival returns to the Tri-Valley for three days of discounts, displays and demonstrations. Find a wide variety of sewing, quilting, needle-art and craft supplies from several vendors. This event is free to attend and includes perks like daily door prize drawings, live demonstrations and make-and-take projects! Per local health mandates, masks are required for entrance to this event. More Info →

Local Farmers' Markets

There are several year-round and seasonal Farmers’ Markets throughout the Tri-Valley that feature fresh produce from surrounding farms, live entertainment, and handmade gifts, decor, and items made by local makers. Read below for more information about each Farmers’ Market in the Tri-Valley:

Pleasanton Farmers' Market

When: Saturdays, 8am – 1pm (year-round)
Where: 46 W Angela St, Pleasanton
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DANVILLE Farmers' Market

When: Saturdays, 9am – 1pm (year-round)
Where:  Railroad Ave. & Prospect Ave., Danville
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DUBLIN Farmers' Market

When: Thursdays, 4pm – 8pm (April 2nd – September 24th)
Where: Emerald Glen Community Park, 4201 Central Pkwy., Dublin
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livermore Farmers' Market

When: Sundays 9am – 1pm (year-round)
Where: Second Street between J and L Streets, Livermore
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When: Thursdays 4pm – 8pm (July – September)
Where:Carnegie Park at 2155 Third St between J and K streets
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