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SOLARFEST VENDOR INFORMATION
2013 Vendor & Exhibitor Information
Our 19th annual Festival will be held on July 12, 13, & 14, 2013
Our 2013 Vendor information is outlined below. Click here to see who was here last year (2012).
If you have questions, comments or concerns, we want to know. For regular vendors and exhibitors email Elsie our Vendor/Sponsor Coordinator at email@example.com. For Food Vendor questions email Patty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A note about Food Vendors: We have a limited number of food vendors at the festival and placement is by application only. Application deadline for Food Vendors was April 1, 2012! 2012 Food Vendor application process is now closed.
General Vendors & Exhibitor Overview (Be sure to download and review the complete exhibitor packet before signing up!)
Located on Forget-Me-Not Farm in Tinmouth, Vermont, SolarFest is the Northeast's premier renewable energy and arts festival: a three-day family friendly-festival which combines an emphasis on renewable energy sources and sustainability with a diverse program of arts, music and culture. This innovative combination of energy education and the arts attracts a wide and varied audience.
We offer both inside and outside booth spaces, but it's important to note that inside spaces sell out in early April, so if you would like to be in our covered arena, you must register early!
Vendor Fees: (Regular Vendor Fees are discounted by $50 and Non-profit Fees are discounted by $25 if reserved through April 20, 2013.)
Vendor spaces include the equivalent of 2 passes per day and can be requested as best suits your needs. Additional passes for booth workers only may be purchased in advance at discounted rates. See our complete exhibitor packet for more information.
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