Published On: Thu, May 19th, 2016

104th Annual Cherokee Indian Fair Vendor information

 

Food Vendors

The Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds is taking names for the food vendor drawing until Friday, June 17 at 4pm. Food vendors must be 18-years-old to qualify for spaces or booth. Submit your name and menu to Lisa Frady (lisafrad@nc-cherokee.com, 359-6471) by the deadline above. No exceptions will be made. The drawing will be held on Monday, June 27 at 5:30pm. You must be present at the drawing and pay in cash for your booth on the spot if one is awarded.  A receipt will be issued at time of payment.

The fee for the food vendor spaces are the total amount for the five-day event. Preference will be given to EBCI tribal members for the food booths.  There is an exception for space outside of the booths for first-come, first-serve basis. There is also a deposit of $125 for booth key return and booth clean-up. Deposit will be returned upon key return and clean-up. Payment is required with the payment on the day of drawing. The prices for the spaces are as follows:

Food Vendor space outside of the booths 10’x20’ = $250

Booth without fryer = $300

Booth with fryer = $400

Arts and Crafts Vendors

The Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds is also taking names for arts and crafts vendor spaces at the 104th Cherokee Indian Fair. There are a limited number of spaces. Arts & Crafts vendors must be 18-years-old to qualify for a space. Submit your name and contact information to Lisa Frady (lisafrad@nc-cherokee.com, 359-6471) by Friday, June 17 at 4pm. You will be contacted by Monday, June 27 as to whether you receive a space or not. Payment will be expected in cash by 4pm on June 27 or your space will be forfeited to another vendor. No exceptions will be made. Spaces are 10’x10’ and will be located on the Exhibit Hall porch at the Cherokee Fairgrounds. The fee is $200 total for each space for the entire five-day event.

If food or craft spaces are available after the deadline, the remaining spaces will be first-come, first-served until they are gone.

– Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds