September 10-12, 2021 Friday – 3 PM to 10 PM Saturday – 1 PM to 10 PM Sunday – 1 PM to 10 PM Location: Outdoor Areas (Central Mall, Plaza Stage, West
September 10-12, 2021
Friday – 3 PM to 10 PM
Saturday – 1 PM to 10 PM
Sunday – 1 PM to 10 PM
Location: Outdoor Areas (Central Mall, Plaza Stage, West Mall, West Parking Lot)
Attendee Directions for Visiting Foodie Land Night Market.
We are excited to host Foodieland Night Market; the event is anticipated to be highly attended; we encourage all attendees to take public transit
Take CalTrain or SamTrans to the Hillsdale or Hayward Park Stations for a short walk to Fairgrounds. The Hillsdale CalTrain station is located across the street from the Event Center. Entry to the Event Center is 2701 S. Delaware (closest to 28th Ave.). The Hayward Park CalTrain station is about ten-minute walk to the Delaware St. entry. Uber and Lyft can also accommodate you at the Hillsdale Train Station and 101 Franklin Parkway, for less congested pickup and drop-off.
IF YOU DRIVE:
Free parking: Franklin Templeton at 900 Yates Way (Saratoga Drive/Yates Way) on Saturday and Sunday – PARKING IS LIMITED to 1,000 spaces. Both the Hillsdale and Hayward Park Caltrain stations have low-cost parking and are located within walking distance of the San Mateo Event Center. PARKING IS LIMITED. Onsite parking at the Event Center is $15 per vehicle at the Event Center Main Entrance at 1346 Saratoga Drive – no in/outs provided. PARKING IS LIMITED to 2,000 spaces. If you drive to the event, please avoid parking in residential neighborhoods around the Event Center, many neighborhoods have limited hour “residential permit only” parking. Street parking is also available in commercial areas along 25th Avenue and on the El Camino.
Please plan for your rideshare pickup/drop off at either the Hillsdale CalTrain Station or 1 Frankin Parkway (Franklin Templeton Circular Drive). The Event Center can be accessed for Pedestrians and Vehicles at 2701 S. Delaware or 1346 Saratoga Drive.
Service animals are welcome at the San Mateo County Event Center. Guests are limited to one service animal as defined by the ADA. Guests, or a member of their party, must physically control the service animal on a leash or harness at all times. Patrons are responsible for cleaning up after all service animals. Guests may be required to remove their service animal from the property if the service animal demonstrates aggression, disrupts activities, is left unattended, or not cleaned up after.
(Friday) 3:00 pm - 10:00 pm