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May Fair 2016 In Collingswood, NJ

Huzzah! It is time for the BIGGEST event of the year. The estimated crowd size last year was 50,000 residents and visitors.

Things to Know:

  • Parking will be limited: take a walk if at all possible. Be prepared to pay for parking if you do drive.
  • The Farmers’ Market will be relocated for the day (to help as much as possible with the parking situation)
  • Haddon Avenue will be closed, starting at 6 am

See the map below for more helpful information:

Music- Here’s the band schedule from the Borough’s Website:

Stage #1 – Haddon and Crestmont (Car Zone)
10-10:45am – The Hackbeats (ska and rock)
11-11:40am – The Hackbeats (ska and rock)
12-12:45pm –  Monko (rock)
1-1:40pm     – Monko (rock)
2-2:45pm     – Needlefish (mix-rock/R&B/ska)
3-3:45pm     – Holden and Hess (teen rock)

Stage #2 – Powell Lane (Lumberyard)
10-10:45am – She Hates Me (duo-40s, 50s, 60s)
11-11:40am –  Eve Thomas Trio (jazz)
12-12:45pm – Eve Thomas Trio (jazz)
1-1:40pm     –  Hotsy Totsy (retro inde pop)
2-2:45pm     –  Stolen Moments (fusion/jazz)
3-3:45pm     –  Pearl Street (jazz band)
4-4:45pm     –  Pearl Street (jazz band)

Stage #3 – Haddon and Collings
10-10:45am – Blues Hawks (blues)
11-11:40am – Blues Hawks (blues)
12-12:45pm – Juicy (top 40)
1-1:40pm     – Juicy (top 40)
2-2:45pm     – Bill Walton Band (R&B/rock)
3-3:40pm     – Bill Walton Band (R&B/rock)
4-5pm          – John Torres Band (original rock)

Stage #4 – Haddon and Frazer
10-10:45am  – Hotsy Totsy (retro inde pop)
11-11:45am  – GG and Me (father/daughter acoustic)
12-12:40pm  – Trio Nova (jazz)
1-1:45pm     – Suitcase Murphy (mix-dance/rock/R&B)
2-2:40pm     – Suitcase Murphy (mix-dance/rock/R&B)
3-3:40pm     – Coyote Jack (original rock and blues)
4-5pm          – Coyote Jack (original rock and blues)

Stage #5 – Haddon and Stiles
10-10:45am  –  Barometer (rock)
11-11:40am  –  Barometer (rock)
12-12:40pm  –  Alexis Moldanado (solo acoustic)
1-1:40pm      –  GG and Me (father/daughter acoustic)
2-2:40pm      –  Hotsy Totsy (retro inde pop)
3-3:40pm      –  Mary Hates the Relics (90s band)
4-5pm           –  Mary Hates the Relics (90s band)


May Fair was started in 1979 as a small “clothesline” art exhibit. Look how we’ve grown!

This year over 200 artists and crafters will be selling and displaying their wares. Support your local artists!

Don’t miss the rides, food, and other vendors that help may Mair Fair extra special. Stop into your favorite shop on the ‘Ave. to check out any May Fair specials. Restaurants are also running specials.

Other Attractions

Farmer’s Market

The Farmer’s Market has been moved to Irvin Ave for the day- to make room for all of the vehicles from out-of-towners.

Car Show

Antique and classic cars and motorcycles will be on display. Which is your favorite?

It’s The First Farmers’ Market Of The Season!


Selected as the best Small Farmers’ Market in the country (that’s right) by American Farmland Trust:


The Collingswood Farmers’ Market is open from 8 am until 12 noon, every Saturday from the first Saturday in May until the Saturday before Thanksgiving. With the changing seasons, expect the freshest produce, tastiest baked goods, the most creative crafts, and the revival of the downtown feel of Collingswood after a mild, but long-lasting winter.

Things To Know Before You Go To The Market

The first couple of weeks are great for plants and some early season produce like Asparagus and lettuces. Don’t miss the Market’s stand complete with printed tote bags, decals, and other swag to help support the market.

Parking can be a little tricky, plan on getting in early to the limited parking in off of Atlantic, or try to small lot by Irving. Also available is the public parking garage in the Lumberyards. All parking is paid in these locations.

Cash please, remember to bring some as very few vendors have the ability to process credit and debit cards.

If you are bringing your dog, please visit the dog tent in the middle of the market to get your official Collingswood Farmers’ Market leash. This allows for local shelters to receive a donation, while helping to restrict the number of pets mingling with shoppers. Cost is $10 for the season, $2 for the day. Service dogs are free.

There is a movement to cut down on the amount of plastic bags used on market days, so you can help out by bringing your own bags or check out this year’s initiative:

reduce plastic at collingswood farmers market

For more details about the Farmers’ Market, visit their website:

See you there!