we hope you love it!

The Soho Street Market provides local residents with an open-air market experience where they can purchase a variety of fresh produce, locally foraged goods, baked goods, and prepared foods straight from the producers.  We are moving locations for the 2016 season – details will be announced shortly!

The Soho Street Market is operated by the Soho Community Association for the purpose of providing local produce based, Ontario grown, farm fresh fruits, produce, nuts, artisanal homemade handcrafts to the visitors and residents of Soho and all of London, Ontario.


“The experience is fundamentally different for buying from local businesses than it is for buying consumer goods.” — Andrew Mason


our latest

  • 23.06.2016

    An Update on the 2016 SoHo Market

    For Immediate Release June 23, 2016 The SoHo Community Association Due to the closure of the Victoria Tavern, we regret to announce that the SoHo Street Market is cancelled for the season. (more…)


  • 03.04.2015

    Thankful For Farmers

    (via Applegate)


  • 28.03.2015

    The Market is Shifting

    The words of Arlene Dickinson couldn’t ring truer after the news of the closer of Future shop and other big box chains. This only signifies a large market shift, and only says one thing. We are at the right place at the right time! The…


  • 24.03.2015

    Real Opportunity

    The demise of so many big box retailers in Canada leaves a real opportunity for entrepreneurs to fill the markets evolving needs. I believe that the future of bricks and mortar retail will be the growth and development of specialty stores. And that those specialty…


  • 01.03.2015

    Market Music

    We love the Soots and totally want them at our market!  Who do you want?  Have any connections?  Please let us know!


  • 27.02.2015

    As long as there’s a few farmers out there, we’ll keep fighting for them.

    Willie Nelson

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Vendor Applications Now Under Way

Interested in having space at the Soho Street Market?  Apply online!


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