There are a variety of options available to sell your products in the French Market District, from retail spaces in The Shops of the Colonnade and The Shops at the Upper Pontalba to vending in the Farmers and Flea Markets.
The Shops of the Colonnade & The Shops at the Upper Pontalba
At this time there is no retail space available in the Shops of the Colonnade or The Shops of the Upper Pontalba. When space does become available, that information will be posted on this page and also on the Public Notice page.
The Farmers Market has opportunities for the following vendors:
-Fresh produce, flowers, and raw agricultural products
-other locally produces food items
If you are interested in learning more about vending at the farmers market, please fill out our Farmers Market Application.
Interested in the Flea Market as a possible site for your business venture? Applications for vending in the Flea Market will be accepted every day between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Flea Market office, 1235 N. Peters Street.
Prospective vendors are required to call or email for an appointment where they must show product samples prior to entering into the approval process. Appointments can be arranged by calling 504-596-3420 or emailing email@example.com.
- Applications are available between 10 am and 3 pm at the Flea Market office, 1235 N. Peters Street.
- Applicants must fill out application in person.
- View the complete application process here -> Flea Market Application Process
Rental Rates (as of 6/1/11)
|ROW||Mon. – Fri.||Sat. and Sun.|
|Lot (E – K)||$7.00||$14.00|
SPECIAL EVENTS FOOD BOOTH RENTAL
The French Market staff produces two major festivals annually wherein we accept outside food vendors. All booth renters are required to have an occupational license to sell at the Market. These can be obtained for $50 at City Hall. Click Special Event Permit Guide (4) for a link to this and related City requirements and applications.
Festival Food Vendor and Musician Database Registration
Note: The above Festival Food Vendor and Musician Database Registration form is not a festival application or an invitation to provide services. The information collected by the form will be used to notify vendors that an application opportunity will occur.
Filming and Venue Renting
NOTE: As of February 1, 2013: The Farmers and Flea Market Pavilions are available for rent from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., with access allotted at 6 p.m. for setup, and clean up allotted until 4 a.m. Events must end by 1 a.m. No access is allowed before 6 p.m. and all of the event decorations, equipment, and rentals must be removed by 4 a.m. the following day to allow for French Market Corporation to clean and clear the area for 7 a.m. arrival of vendors. NO EXCEPTIONS. The rate is $3500. Effective February 1, 2013. Event must be confirmed 90 days prior for this rental due to notice required to vendors.
Various indoor/outdoor French Market properties are available for weddings, fundraisers, corporate receptions, and private parties. As each private event is unique, we request that you fill out an application to begin the process.
For our most current rental rates please contact Jeremy Smith at 504-522-2621 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download and complete the French Market Event Application then email the application to Jeremy Smith. Upon receipt of your completed application, he will contact you to set up an appointment for a site tour.
Filming and Still Photography in the French Market District
The French Market is a hot spot for television, movie, and documentary film making. We request that production companies allot at least 30 days notice for any of the above, as most projects first require City of New Orleans permission BEFORE the French Market Corporation can offer our properties for filming.
Download and complete the French Market Filming and Still Photography Guidelines & Permit Request Form and email it to Jeremy Smith. Upon receipt of your completed application, he will contact you to discuss your project.
****Please note—the French Market Corporation works hand in hand with the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Economy regarding film and special event permitting. We cannot solely give permission for certain special event and film projects, depending on time frame, scope, and community impact.****