MAKERS MARKET IS NOW CLOSED FOR SUMMER
What is the Downtown Oceanside Makers Market?
The Downtown Oceanside Makers Market is a pop-up event featuring makers of handcrafted or handmade items and artisanal goods.
When is the Makers Market?
The Makers Market occurs the third Saturday of the month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where is the Makers Market located?
The Makers Market will occur in two locations in Downtown Oceanside:
Lot 35 at the corner of North Tremont Street and Pier View Way.
Artist Alley located between Pier View Way and Mission Avenue.
What types of products can be sold?
Accepted products are handmade or handcrafted and artisanal goods. At this time food products and
commercial activity are not accepted.
How big is the space?
Makers will have a 10-ft by 10-ft space to set up their merchandise.
How much does it cost for a space?
Lot 35 fees are $75 ($55 space fee plus $20 COVID-19 fee).
Artist Alley fees are $50 ($30 space fee plus $20 COVID-19 fee).
When can I apply for a space?
Applications will be accepted beginning the Tuesday after the last Makers Market until 14 days before the
How do I apply for a space?
When will I know if I have been approved to participate?
Makers will be notified of acceptance to participate 10 days before the event. Some applicants may be
placed on the fill-in list and would be notified up to 2-3 days before the event.
How are approved applications chosen?
All applications are subject to review and undergo a juried process. There is no first-come, first-served.
What are the COVID-19 Guidelines for the Makers Market?
Temperature checks and screening to establish any exposure will be conducted for each maker on the day
of the event. If a maker has been exposed within the last 30 days of the event, the maker will not be
allowed to participate. Volunteers and staff will be monitoring the market to ensure COVID-19 protocols
are in place including masks and social distancing. There is a "no-touch" policy in place so that
merchandise is kept clean while not being sold. Any products handled by consumers should be sanitized