Farmers and Artisans Markets in Cheatham County 2024

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Over the last five years, according to IBIS World, farmer’s markets have grown 7.5% to a $1.3 billion industry. They allow personal connections to develop between farmers and shoppers. Also, by cutting out the middleman, farmers receive more food dollars, shoppers receive the freshest locally grown food, and local economies thrive. 

Fruits and vegetables are the number one item purchased, followed by meat and dairy. Other food products like sauces, handmade pasta, flavored oils come in third. 

Cheatham County offers a number of Farmers’ Markets that provide locally grown produce, meats, cheeses, other food items, plants, and fine crafts. 

Cheatham County Farmers Market

Tractor Supply

356 Frey Street

Ashland City, Tennessee

Every Saturday

9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.


Ever dreamt of tasting the freshest, most scrumptious produce from your own backyard? Our local heroes, the vendors, hail from the very heart of Cheatham County. Together, they’re on a mission to help local businesses flourish. For more information,  contact them at [email protected]. 

Kingston Springs Farmers and Artisans Market

428 North Main Street

Kingston Springs, Tennessee

Saturdays, May 25 through August 31, 2024

9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

Phone: (615) 952-2110


Kingston Springs Farmers and Artisan Market is a place where people come to relax, listen to live music, talk with neighbors and friends, and even make new friends as they shop for fresh local produce and beautiful handmade crafts. 

The area is home to a number of small and medium-sized farms, and many folks raise chickens for eggs, tend to hives for honey, as well as, can and bake. The area is also home to all kinds of makers of hand-crafted items, from wood products and jewelry to dog treats and natural products for the home and bath. This market gives them a place to sell their products. 

They are now taking vendor applications for 2024. Click here to apply. 

Ashland City Farmers and Artisans Market

175 Old Cumberland Street

Ashland City, Tennessee

Every Other Saturday, June 1 through September 28, 2024

9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

(615) 487-2351


This is the 40th year of the Ashland City Farmers and Artisans Market. It takes place at Riverbluff Park in the Chris LaCrosse Pavilion located off Highway 49 and the Tennessee Waltz Parkway.

The market began with the help of the Cheatham County Chamber of Commerce, community leaders and local producers and crafters. Last year they added food trucks along the river. Perennial favorite J’s Meats and More will be there once again, as well as many more purveyors of local foods and crafts, as well as great music.

The mission of the Ashland City Farmers Market is to promote and sell locally and regionally grown food and handmade goods while developing and building a stronger community. They are still looking for vendors, sign up here. 

Pleasant View Village Farmers and Makers Market

214 Village Square

Pleasant View Tennessee

Saturday, July 13, August 10, September 14 and October 19, 2024

9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.

(615) 487-2351 

Pleasant View Village is a housing development in the town of Pleasant View that offers the amenities of urban living. This planned development launched their Farmers and Makers market in 2021 with excellent response.

Development residents, community members and visitors are all invited to grab a cup of coffee or breakfast at one of the village’s dining spots and then head over to the Village Farmers Market. The market will take place the second Saturday of each month. The market offers everything from farm fresh produce to baked goods to flowers and botanicals to handmade arts and crafts. 

For more information or a vendor application contact them at [email protected].

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