Special Events


Movies that Matter is back for another season of thought provoking, action inspiring films. This year we’re partnering with the Jean Cocteau Cinema to provide you an enhanced and improved viewing experience, and we’ve added a second screening to make it easier for market vendors and shoppers to attend.
Saturdays 2pm
$7 general admission
$5 children (12 & under)
$6 seniors (60+) & students
Free for SFFM vendors

Wednesdays 6:45pm (followed by Q&A)
$10 general admission
$6 children (12 & under)
$8 seniors (60+) & students
Free for SFFM vendors

Click here to purchase tickets or call the Jean Cocteau Cinema at 505-466-5528

new_opensesameOpen Sesame: The Story of Seeds
March 21 & 25
One of the world’s most precious resources is at risk. This timely and emotionally moving documentary illuminates what is at stake and what can be done to protect the source of nearly all our food: SEEDS. Farmers. Renegade gardeners. Passionate seed savers. Artists. Seed activists. This film tells the story of seeds by following their challenges and triumphs as they work to save this precious resource. It’s not too late…yet.
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Sundays, 10am-4pm, in the Farmers’ Market Pavilion. Featuring live music and over 40 artists, including fiber art, paintings, hand blown glass, herbal products, sculpture, photography, jewelry, and lots more. The Railyard Artisan Market takes place year-round every Sunday from 10am to 4pm. For more info, visit: railyardartmarket.com

Interested in playing music at the Farmers Market?

We would love to have you! The Farmers Market books musicians in advance, usually by a month or two. If you’re interested in playing, contact the market director at 505-467-9792, or at paolo@santafefarmersmarket.com

Musicians must:

– play without amps or electric instruments — we’re strictly unplugged.
– have a busker’s license from the City of Santa Fe
– play for the majority of the markets open hours — 8am-1pm in the winter, 7am-noon in the summer