Located in the heart of downtown Redlands on East State
Street between Orange and Ninth Streets. Established in 1988,
Redlands Market Night has established itself as one of the most
successful certified farmers’ markets in Southern California.
Visitors are welcomed into an inviting atmosphere complete with
historic buildings, brick sidewalks, and charming shops and
eclectic restaurants. Crowds are pleasantly surrounded by over
150 food, produce and merchandise booths every Thursday night.
Certified Farmers Markets are food facilities permitted by
San Bernardino County- no animals (except service animals) are
allowed at Market Night or the Saturday Farmers Market.
Smoking is prohibited at Market Night.
Staff will determine if the market will be canceled due to rain
by monitoring the evening’s forecast on the AccuWeather website
Thursday at noon. If the forecast predicts a 60% chance of rain
during the hours of 5 pm through 9 pm, Market Night will be
canceled for the evening.
Should the weather defy the forecast, the Market Night staff will
cancel the market if it is raining at 2 p.m. or later and/or if
the streets are significantly wet at that time.
When the market is canceled, a message will be put on the home
page of the City’s Website and on the Market
Night office phone outgoing voicemail: (909) 798-7629.
Is there a curfew at Market Night?
Yes. Any persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a
parent after 8 pm.
Can I use debit or credit cards at Market Night?
Each vendor differs. If needed, there are multiple ATM machines
located in downtown Redlands.
What about EBT?
We accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) at Market Night. Visit the
Market Manager’s booth in the farmer section to swipe your card
in exchange for tokens that can be spent at our fresh produce
What types of vendors participate at Market Night?
There are over 150 vendor booths at Market Night. These include
food vendors, animal attractions, downtown businesses, non-profit
clubs and organizations, local merchants, and certified farmers.
What is a certified farmers’ market?
We have a large portion of our market dedicated to farmers. This
area is located between 6th and 7th Streets
and is indicated with certified farmers’ market signs. Each of
these farmers grows every item he or she sells.
Elimination of packing, shipping, and wholesale costs means both
the farmer and consumer can save money.
According to the California Federation of Certified Farmers’
California Certified Farmers’ Markets are the “Real Thing,”
places where the farmers sell their crops directly to the public.
Before a farmer can sell at a “Certified” Farmers Market, the
government checks to makes sure that the farmer grows the produce
that the farmer is selling.
Safe, nutritious, vine and tree-ripened fruit and vegetables
that are California-Grown and Certified by the State of