Guidelines for Our Vendors and Others
Milwaukee Downtown Market is committed to working in
partnership with our vendors to ensure a successful
event … and the following rules will ensure a better
market for everybody. If you have any questions about
any of these regulations, please contact Market Chairman
Bob Pfeifer at (414) 768-8195 or by email at
vendors are subject to approval the South Milwaukee
Downtown Market Committee.
Applications are due by noon on Tuesday of that
week’s market. No exceptions.
market is held rain or shine.
are no vendor fee refunds.
general, vendors must make, grow, bake or otherwise
produce the items they sell.
Only three "commercial
vendors" such as Avon, Mary Kay,
and Wildtree will be
allowed at any given market.
produce vendors must have their own farm,
garden plot or other growing area.
the South Milwaukee Downtown Market strongly
encourages all produce sold to be locally grown, a
limited amount of reselling may be allowed out of
season. The origin of these items must be clearly
marked with signage.
If you can
not attend a particular market, you must inform South
Milwaukee Downtown Market personnel of this by 10 a.m.
on the day of the market. Failure to do so more than
three times will result in dismissal from the market and
forfeiture of all fees.
can begin setting up at 12:30 p.m. each Thursday.
must have their vehicles removed from the pedestrian
areas by 2:30 p.m.
must be set up and ready to sell their goods by 3
p.m., and they must sell until 7 p.m.
EZ-Up-style tents is strongly encouraged, and they
should be secured by weights.
limited number of stalls include vendor parking
directly behind them. No other vehicles will be
allowed on the selling grounds. Additional vendor
parking will be provided nearby. Contact a market
representative for more information.
vendor pets are allowed.
Health Department Regulations
and produce vendors must follow South Milwaukee
Health Department regulations, obtain any necessary
permits and pay any applicable fees. For more
information, please call 414-768-8055, or visit the
“Forms” section of this website.
South Milwaukee Downtown Market strongly encourages
that all produce is personally grown by the vendor(s)
selling it. If not, the vendor is subject to South
Milwaukee Health permitting fees.
market has free stalls available to non-profit
groups like churches, schools and area charitable
organizations. Access an application
non-profit vendors should sell a locally made food
or other item.
more information non-profit stalls, contact Danielle
Devlin at (414) 762-4114.
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