Celebrate Holiday Season at Negros Farmers Weekend Market and See Christmas Tree Made of Recycled Materials

Because we are making a statement at the Negros Farmers Weekend Market. On its 4th year now, having recycled materials for the Christmas tree. Thanks to Architect Rafael Tan for the simple and unique design.

Welcome to the Negros Farmers Weekend Market

Located right in the City of Bacolod, the Negros Farmers Weekend Market is a 1.2- hectare planned market community that offers farmers a regular trading venue for their produce. It brings them face-to-face with the shopping consumers, thus giving farmers a larger profit potential, directly helping the local economy.

The Negros Farmers Weekend Market takes inspiration from the well-established weekend markets of Legaspi Village and Salcedo Village in Makati City. A good mix of products, services, and special events has been planned to keep the Negros Farmers Weekend Market lively.

Negros Farmers Weekend Market Zones

For the shoppers’ convenience, the 1.2- hectare property of the Negros Farmers Weekend Market is divided into zones:

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  •  Demo site of agricultural technology innovations, including green houses, drip irrigation systems, nurseries, plastic mulches, bonsai culture, and aquaculture
  • 10 areas, each measuring 10 x 10 meters
  • Central pond for aquaculture

All-day breakfast is served at zone 3, food zone

Healthy Juicing Day at Negros Farmers Weekend Market

Another beautiful day, another chance to make the right choice --- of good health! Surround yourself in wide open green spaces, hear good string music generously shared by our volunteer musicians and have bonding time with your family! Only at Negros Farmers Weekend Market. It's not just a choice...it becomes a lifestyle! Happy weekend everyone

Negros Farmers Weekend Market Welcomes Chinese New Year

Welcome the year of the Fire Monkey! We thank our friends from the Chamber and Amity Fire Brigades for helping usher in good luck through the traditional dragon and lion dances at the Negros Farmers Weekend Market! This is already the third year running that we have them every Chinese New Year!