2017 Pagan Pride Day Vendor Registration is not open yet. Check back or follow us on Facebook for announcements.
See the lineup for last year below:
2016 TWIN CITIES PAGAN PRIDE VENDORS
2 Tinkers Joy Jewelry
Alchemy VII Enterprises
Becky Jewelry and gifts
Dapper Dragon and Ladysea Creations
Earth House Project, Inc
Eye of Horus, Inc.
Funk ‘n Fantasy
Grumpy Gnome Naturals
Highland Princess Designs
Isis Designs, Inc.
Lady Dragon’s Treasures
Mill City Conjure
Northern Roots Grove
Pure Romance by Angelina and Melissa
shi-yaku-jin no hokora
The Entwining Rose
Thyngs N Mor
Treasures of Avalon
Twin Cities Pagan Song Group
Twisted Fiddle Handcrafted Jewelry
Vendor Registration for the 2016 Twin Cities Pagan Pride Fall Festival is still open!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
The Fall Festival will be on Saturday, September 10th, at Minnehaha Falls Park, near the Bandshell area. Each space is 10′ x 10′ and costs $75 for vendors and $25 for community groups that will be distributing information or taking event registrations only (not selling any merchandise). Please keep in mind that we are only selling the space, so please plan on bringing a canopy and any tables, shelves, chairs or other display items that you may need. The festival will be held rain or shine. On a nice day, Minnehaha Falls Park is PACKED with people, so there is room for all.
The MPRB requires an additional percentage of revenue from any food sales that take place at our festival, so there is a different price structure for food vendors. To register as a food vendor, there is a $50 charge up front at the time of registration and then we will need 10% of gross revenue after the festival to pass on to the MPRB. We are limiting the number of food vendors in our festival to two. To register, click on the link above and choose the “food vendor” option.
Contact us at “vendors” at tcpaganpride.org with any questions or concerns that you have, and we will respond as quickly as we can. Please read and become familiar with our Vendor Policies. Also, be aware that you must fill out a MN ST19 form (Operator Certificate of Compliance) to set up a space in our festival, which means that you WILL need a Minnesota tax ID or you will need to meet one of the criteria listed on the form to waive that requirement. If you are a community group and not selling anything, you will still need to fill out an ST19, however, you will just need to check the box that says “I am not making any sales” and a tax ID is not required.
Please note: registration for vending at Paganicon will open AFTER the Fall Festival, on September 24th. Click here to go to the Paganicon vendor page.