Bel Air Farmers' Market
Bel Air, Maryland

A little information about our open air market!

Celebrating 43 years this season is very exciting for our producers! Started in a small parking lot across from the Bel Air Library, the market has really grown to now supporting over 50 vendors!
 
Our market application process runs from December 1st through January 30th. Mid-season applications are not accepted. All applicants must meet the requirements of being a producer (you must grown, make or raise) of the products you wish to sell. General liability is required for any accepted producer/vendor. Any questions can be emailed to Farmers@BelAirFarmersMarket.com.

Art Month is held in April and November, December. Applications are available on the Events tab. Any questions about art month, please email to farmers@belairfarmersmarket.com.

We have live, local music throughout the season. In addition, Extreme Family Entertainment comes to entertain our little market friends (no fee for this to our customers).  

Pairings Bistro is our featured food truck. They prepare breakfast burritos/flatbread sandwiches using BAFM producer products.


Bel Air Farmers' Market has a winery rotation spot and a brewery/distillery rotation spot. All participating are locally produced. You can find the schedule of who is attending each week on our market activities calendar located on our Events tab.

Parking can be found on Hays Street, Thomas Street and Main Street. There is a parking lot on Hays/Pennsylvania and a parking lot behind Vagabonds Sandwich Cafe.  Bike riders are welcome, there are bike racks located by the courthouse.

For the enjoyment of our customers while at the market, solicitation of any kind is not allowed within the market. The riding of bikes, skateboards, scooters, roller skates/blades, etc are prohibited within the market. Handicapped/medically necessary equipment (ex: wheelchair/scooter) is welcomed.
 
Family friendly dogs are welcome at the market. Dog owners must be prepared to clean up after their pet and all dogs must be leashed. This is a county law. Any dog that is agressive may be asked to leave the market. We have many customers and their dogs that attend the market, which may cause anxiety in some animals. Please leave your dog at home if they get nervous/anxious in large crowds, around small children or other dogs.