Winter RiverFront Market Vendors
Open Every Saturday morning
8 a.m. - Noon
May 20 - September 30
Find us in the 200 Block of Water Street
directly across from the
Peoria Riverfront Museum
Peoria's RiverFront Market features Illinois grown produce, local meats, cheeses, fresh breads, herbs, and flowers...
Plus a great selection of local art including jewelry, pottery, wood-turned items, candles, and much more!
Applications and Forms
Every Saturday Morning
8 a.m. - Noon
May 20 - September 30, 2017
along Peoria's Beautiful RiverFront
You'll find exceptional taste and freshness all season long. Don't miss out on the best selection of fresh produce, local meats, eggs, berries, breads and cheeses in Central Illinois! Everything is locally grown and brought directly from farms and gardens each week.
We also feature a one-of-a-kind selection of art including pottery, blown glass, jewelry, wood turned items, candles, soaps and more~ all handcrafted by local artists!
We are located in the River Station parking lot (212 SW Water St), directly across from the Peoria Riverfront Museum. Plenty of free parking is available in surrounding lots and streets. Watch for new vendors, more entertainment, and lots of fun in the 2016 season!
Only products grown or made in Illinois will be at our market.
2017 Applications and Rules & Regulations for art and produce vendors are available by clicking on the links below. For more information, call 309-671-5555.
RiverFront Market... in the news!
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"We are very excited to be in our new location," said Riverfront Market organizer Sharon Gramm. "We moved just down the street to the River Station parking lot. Amsterdam is open for breakfast. Martini's will be open for mimosas and bloody marys." Crafts, balloons and what organizers say is the freshest produce you can get. This is a producers-only market.
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