Enjoy the bounty of summer every Tuesday from 5:00 – 7:30 p.m., from May 31 through September 27, at the Whitefish Downtown Farmers Market where local farmers and craftsmen showcase their products at the North end of Central Avenue. Live music, prepared food, and the season’s freshest products are featured. Learn more about the Whitefish Downtown Farmers’ Market – HERE.
Whitefish Downtown Farmers’ Market Music Schedule
Stafford String Band
American traditional fiddle music
Old-timey, bluegrass, and eclectic originals
Blues, pop/rock, folk
Traditional and not-so-traditional Celtic music with a few surprises
One man bandaganza
Swing, folk, bluegrass, old-time, ragtime, and the kitchen sink
Kelly’s 88 Keys to Happiness
Solo piano vocal magic
Way Down North
Bluegrass, Americana, and some mean string slinging
Deidra Heaton Corson
Americana folk singer-songwriter
Rocky Mountain Time
Old-time Blue Ridge fiddle music, Americana, and folk
Soul pop on the piano and vocals
Transcendental folk punk / singer-songwriter
Deadheads delight – classic rock, jam band, and a little accordion-grass
Solo cello and vocals
Original female indie pop
Silvie and Nina
Bluegrass, old-timey, and anything that can be played on twin fiddles
Stick and String
Americana with a Scottish/Irish influence
Piano man of rock, pop, and American songbook
NOTICE for Market Goers: The City of Whitefish has notified the market of the following ordinance prohibiting dogs (and other animals) from attending special events such as the market:
City of Whitefish Ordinance 117, 5-1-1916, of City Code Section 7-3-3-B.4: “No owner, keeper, attendant or harborer of any dog, cattle, horses, mules, swine, sheep, goats, fowl or like animal shall allow or permit any such animal in or upon any public park within the City during any organized athletic event, or special event authorized or permitted by the City (excepting here from service animals), with the exception of dogs at public dog parks.”
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