When is the next Moonlight Market?

This event takes place from 6pm-11pm, every second Saturday, April through November!

The 2018 season includes events on the following dates: April 14, May 12, June 9, July 14, August 11, September 8 and October 13.

The Moonlight Market can be found on Gay Street, between High Street and Fourth Street, in the heart of Downtown Columbus. CLICK HERE for a map.

What is the Moonlight Market?


The Moonlight Market features a diverse mix of brick-and-mortar businesses, pop-up shops and artisan sidewalk vendors that create one of the most unique shopping experiences that you’ll find in Columbus. You’ll find items from hand-made jewelry to vintage t-shirts to specialty foods and everything else in between. Follow the Moonlight Market on social media for the latest on vendors, sales and other shopping updates.


Gay Street is home to some of the city’s best restaurants, and many of them stay open late just for you at the Moonlight Market! So whether you’re in the mood for fine dining, comfort food or just a slice of pizza, you can find it all at the Moonlight Market. And you can follow the Moonlight Market on social media to find out what dinner specials and pop-up restaurants we have in store for you each month.


The Moonlight Market offers a variety of entertainment options. Street musicians are out busking on Gay Street each month, the local bars offer a wide variety of drink specialities and you might even catch sight of a juggling unicyclist, street magicians, guerilla al fresco painters and more. Gay Street is also a short walk from Downtown parks, nightclubs and many other hotspots where you’ll find more entertainment options.

Presented by Telhio Credit Union

The Moonlight Market 2017 Season is presented by our friends and partners at Telhio Credit Union! Telhio is a full-service financial institution open to everyone — those who live, work, worship, or attend school in Franklin, Fairfield and Delaware counties and the surrounding communities including Dublin, Johnstown, London, Orient, Pataskala and Reynoldsburg. For more information, visit www.telhio.org.

Photos from The Moonlight Market