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May through October

Downtown Hays Market

DHDC is proud to offer a yearly outdoor market in our Downtown community.


The market opens regularly on Saturdays 7:30-11:00a inside the 10th Street Pavilion between Main and Oak Streets. We encourage customers to check out the market on a regular basis since produce and merchandise will change often. Customers can shop for their weekly groceries, find unique gifts that are made from local artisans, enjoy musical talents from local artists, all within the market’s laid back atmosphere located at 10th and Main Streets underneath the Downtown Pavilion.

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Time and Location

Every Saturday, May 28, 2021 through October 23, 2021, 7:30-11:00a

Downtown Pavilion, Union Pacific Park, 110 E 10th Street


About the Event

  • There are a total of 22 markets, vendors are welcome to sell at one or all of them

  • All vendors are welcome 

  • We are looking for growers, craftsmen, bakers, honey producers, artists, and musicians - Items such as fresh produce, cut flowers, live plants, baked goods, honey, jams, and handcrafted items, including jewelry, soaps and more are all encouraged and welcome

  • Direct sales consultants and local businesses are also invited to participate

  • The Downtown Hays Market follows all state rules and regulations

  • A Kansas state sales tax ID number is required to sell at this market - registering for such a number is easy and free, click the link above for more information

  • Coffee is graciously provided by Breathe Coffee House, the Hays Convention and Visitor's Bureau, and Downtown Hays Development Corp. 

Covid-19 Safety Recommendations

In response to Public Health direction, we ask customers to adhere to the following guidelines to help ensure the safety of our Downtown Hays Market and our communities. These guidelines are likely to change as we move through the Market season. 

  • Avoid cash transactions and use credit and debit cards if you can. 

  • Allow vendors to handle merchandise, even if you're purchasing it. This is applicable to food and non-food items.

  • Observe social distancing and remain 6 feet apart from other guests and vendors. 

  • DO NOT enter if you feel sick or are exhibiting signs of cough, fever, sore throat or headache.