On The Market Stage

Thank you for supporting local artisans and musicians! The Saturday Market Stage will be on the Park Blocks every Saturday from April 6th until November 2nd. Please check this page for updated line-ups as we get closer to Saturday.*

Saturday, July 20th 

10AM – Search Party – R&B, Originals, Americana

11AM – Casey Hilliard – Folk Country

12PM – Larry Pattis – Solo Acoustic Instrumental Guitar

1PM – Epiphonic – Urban Folk

2:30PM – Robert & the Atmosphere – R&B

Saturday, July 27th 

10AM – Brian QTN – Folk

11AM – John Shipe – Americana

12PM – Dakota Harris – All Genre

1PM – Matthew Nelson Price Band – Americana

2:30PM – Never Ever Band – Variety: Original, Americana, Folk, Pop

Saturday, August 3rd – Sustainability Rocks Community Block Party! 

10AM – River Jam – Americana

11AM – Gary Pleskow – Pop, Rock, Standards and Some Jazz

12PM – Greg Nestler 

1PM – TBA 

2:30PM – The Huckleberrys – Blues to Bluegrass

Saturday, August 10th 

10AM – Tim McLaughlin 

11AM – Elroy Jordin 

12PM – Jeri James 

1PM – Wolves of Leisure 

2:30PM – Dennis Smith and the Hillbilly Fools 

*Music Schedule Subject to Change*

If you’re a musician or band looking to get booked for the Saturday Market and Holiday Market Stage, please fill out and submit our Talent Submission Form. You can add links to your website
(or Reverb Nation or Band Camp or Soundcloud or YouTube or Facebook or 
whatever kind of music page) so we can hear you perform. We’ll go forward from there!

Busking is allowed at Saturday Market at this time. 

Read Our Busking Guidelines

Maps of Busking Locations available at the Info Booth on Market days. 

Support artisans here in Oregon! You can contribute to the Eugene Saturday Market, and help us support local artisans and micro-businesses. The Saturday Market is a not-for-profit and artist first organization. To get started click on the ‘Support the Saturday Market’ button.

You can also donate to the Kareng Fund: an Emergency Relief Fund for artists here in Oregon. The Kareng Fund is a 501(c)3 non-profit that supports artists, who have awarded over $100,000 in grants to artists in crisis. To donate and/or learn more about the Kareng Fund, click the ‘Support the Kareng Fund’ button.