Market season is in full swing, and with it came the debut of an entirely new farmers market experience. Sunday Market St. Pete made its debut at the beginning of January, a massive market in Kenwood full of fresh produce, local artisans, food trucks, live music and more..
Sunday Market St. Pete is on the campus of St. Petersburg High School at 2501 5th Avenue North, taking place every Sunday from 10 am – 2 pm. Of note, this event is curated by Tampa Bay Markets and is not affiliated with the School Board of Pinellas County.
Organizers say there are 75+ vendors on site every week lined up along Devil’s Drive, with offerings rotating each time around. Sunday Market St. Pete showcases vendors who offer farm-fresh produce, multi-cultural foods, innovative arts, hand-made crafts, sustainable, eco-friendly products, and wellness services. Tampa Bay Markets curates the vendor assortment to also include artisanal product offerings such as sauces, jams, baked goods, and pet treats alongside fresh produce, plants, honey, and eggs.
Guests can also expect a variety of live musical performances every week, showcasing local musicians with a variety of up-tempo sounds. The market is free to attend and all ages are invited to snack, browse and socialize. Parking is available on campus at St. Pete High, with entrances on both sides of the market from the parking lots. The market takes place on the west end of campus grounds, just off 5th Avenue North and 27th Street.
Tampa Bay Markets is popular throughout the region as it operates open-air fresh markets located in the Tampa Bay area. Some of our favorites include the Fresh Market in Hyde Park, the Dunedin Downtown Market, and the monthly Sunshine Market in Midtown Tampa. Get the Sunday Market experience digitally by checking out our Instagram reel on the new event.