Historic Farmers Public Market of Oklahoma City

The Market first opened its doors on June 16, 1928 on the site of the Delmar Gardens Amusement Park. Since then, its become one of Oklahoma City’s premier event centers – playing host to concerts, antique trade shows, weddings, sporting events, roller derby games, and much more.

Weddings and Receptions

Weddings, receptions, special parties and more! We will cater to your every need to ensure your event is perfect.

Events and Concerts

The talent roster is endless as our vast entertainment venue features hundreds of concerts and events every year!

Antique Shops

Shop our antique mall and enjoy stories from the past. Find hidden treasures and perfect gifts for every occasion.

Farmers Market

Join us for our weekly open farmers market and meet the local folks who grow your food.

Weddings and Receptions

Celebrate your big day with us! Premier Oklahoma wedding vendors will dress our historic market venue to ensure your event is staged to perfection. Our timeless space reflects a charmed ambiance that is second to none.

Concerts and Events

Concerts, movie nights, midget wrestling and sporting events – the Market is known to showcase exciting and diverse talent from local and international acts.

Antiques Mall

The Mall surrounds the historic Market with 20,000 SQ FT of antique shops where you can purchase just about anything.

Farmers Market

Since its inception in 1928, the Historic Oklahoma City Farmers Public Market has served as a centralized local food hub for Oklahoma farmers, ranchers and grocers. Stop by Saturdays to purchase fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, and local crafts.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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  • MMA Gladiator cage fighting
  • Weekly Saturday Farmers Market-downstairs of main building 9am-2pm
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  • Weekly Saturday Farmers Market-downstairs of main building 9am-2pm
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  • Kicklahoma
  • Delmar Sunday Market 11am to 3pm
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  • Downstairs Food Coop Set Up Day
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  • Downstairs Food Coop Delivery Day
  • Center of the Galaxy (LOAD IN)
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  • Center of the Galaxy
  • Weekly Saturday Farmers Market-MOVED AROUND THE CORNER TO 1225 SW 2nd FOR TODAY ONLY 9am-2pm
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  • Center of the Galaxy
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  • Weekly Saturday Farmers Market-downstairs of main building 9am-2pm
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  • 48 Hour Film Festival
  • Delmar Sunday Market 11am to 3pm
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SAVE THE DATE

Delmar Gardens

Delmar Gardens Food Truck Park is located on the property and boosts up to ten food truck at a time. A 3,000 SF pavilion and adjoining patio space offers diners a spot to congregate, dine and enjoy yard games. Whether you are attending an event at the Historic OKC Farmers Public Market, looking for lunch in the downtown area, or are having a drink across the street at The Powerhouse, come to Delmar Gardens Food Truck Park for savory local food truck cuisine!

News

For years there had been a need for a central public market for local farmers to sell their produce. Farmers would bring their wares into Oklahoma City and sell them on the streets, creating congestion and traffic problems. The Market came about as a result of this long standing conflict between local farmers and the downtown business community – so you know we’ve got some juicy stories to share.

  • The Farmers Public Market is centrally located in the Downtown Farmers Market District and enjoys rubbing shoulders with exciting neighbors, such as the Power House Bar and Grill. Located just west of downtown pro...

  • Delmar Gardens Food Truck Park is located in the heart of Oklahoma City’s Historic Farmers Market District and is the latest addition our growing community. Offering up to ten food truck spaces at a time, Delmar G...

  • For years there had been a need for a central public market for local farmers to sell their produce. Farmers would bring their wares into Oklahoma City and sell them on the streets, creating congestion and traffic...