The faire has changed the way merchants are admitted to the event to make it easier on you. First, let’s talk about our theme:
- Here is the short version of theme guide:
- Period: 700 AD to 1720 AD
- Includes from fantasy: Mermaids, Fairies, Dragons, Wizards (Merlin type).
- Does not include: Romans, Victorian
- Notable disallowed items: Top hats, t-shirts, shorts.
- Music: Medieval and Renaissance themed only
- The long version can be found on our website in the FAQ page.
- We are requesting that you E-MAIL us the following as soon as possible:
- Display photos
- What does your booth look like?
- Product photos
- What do you sell?
- Costume photos
- What do you wear?
- Dimensions of your space, including how much room needed for stakes.
- Display photos
- The photos and description will be put on our website, in the backend.
- Each submission will then be reviewed by the faire leadership.
- Selected merchants will be notified by email which will contain an invoice.
- THE EMAIL TO SEND THE INFORMATION TO IS: firstname.lastname@example.org
Final submission deadline: July 31, 2021
Review will be completed: July 15, 2021 (Returning merchants and early submissions will be reviewed ASAP and notified ASAP)
Payment deadline: August 12, 2021
You no longer have to pay for space for stakes. That space is now free, but limited, so you must be accurate with how much room you will require.
Standard vendors pay $22 per front facing foot. So we take the width of the front of what your booth will be. For example, if it is 10 feet wide then that means your fee would be $220 for just the booth space.
Food vendors (those that sell any type of food or beverage) pay $30 per front facing foot. Following the example above, a 10ft wide storefront would be $300 if you are selling food.
Individuals or groups planning to serve or sample unpackaged food at an event that is open to the public, like the Utah Renaissance Faire, must obtain a Temporary Food Establishment Permit. If you do not have a food permit you will need to get a temporary food permit from here: Utah County Temporary Food Permits
If you volunteer for at least four hours, you get a free ticket to the rest of the faire!
We will be seeking help for the following roles:
- Wednesday setup 10am to 11pm
- Thursday setup 7am to 11pm
- Friday helpers 8am to 10pm ( Must bring your own costume )
- Saturday helpers 8am to 10pm
- Sunday cleanup 7am to 6pm
- Help at parades in local towns before the event.
- Many other roles.