Bluesfest Stalls Application

Welcome to the  2020 Stalls Applications  form for Bluesfest   

The 31st  Bluesfest will be celebrated over the Easter weekend from Thursday to Monday 13 April 2020 at our home at Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Byron Bay. 

Bluesfest has developed strong relationships with local community vendors and interstate operators who are considered part of our Bluesfest family.  We work together to ensure our patrons not only celebrate incredible music but also have a diverse range of original designs to add to their overall festival experience. 

We are always looking out for new and exciting stalls as well as vendors with experience and understanding of what is required to work at a 5-day festival such as Bluesfest. 

Applications for Food, Market and Charity stalls at Bluesfest 2020 are now open!

If you require assistance completing the application form please contact the Stalls Manager via email: Teya Steinberg, stalls@bluesfest.com.au  

 

CHARITY STALLS

Selection of Charity stalls is based on the information you provide to us.  Factors that Bluesfest takes into consideration when selecting Charity stalls include: 

Authorised environmental group, charity or non-profit organisation 

The team is qualified in representing a charity and able to engage with and educate Bluesfest patrons 

Team is available on site for setting up and pack down after the festival and to manage the stall during the festival 

Supporting Material supplied with the application, including visual presentation 

Overall diversity and variety of stalls on site 

Bluesfest also has strict sustainability standards and will give preference to environmentally aware vendors. 

Full payment of Charity Stall Fee is required to secure your position on site. 

For further information regarding the Full Terms and Conditions, click here. 

To apply for a Charity Stall click here

 

MARKET STALLS

Selection of stalls is based on the information you provide to us.  Factors that Bluesfest takes into consideration when selecting market stalls include: 

Unique and diverse locally designed and made products 

Visual representation, the information supplied with the application 

For stalls that source their materials from overseas, supporting fair trade practises 

Overall diversity and variety of stalls on site 

Bluesfest also has strict sustainability standards and will give preference to environmentally aware vendors. 

For further information regarding the Full Terms and Conditions, click HERE. 

To apply for a Market Stall click here

 

 

FOOD STALLS

Bluesfest has high standards in relation to the quality and diversity of food available on site. We look for menus that are unique and offer healthy options for vegan and vegetarian patrons and we incorporate a standard policy of a maximum of three stalls providing a similar menu on site. This invites our patrons to experience the multicultural cuisine available in Australia in a non-competitive environment for our food vendors.

Bluesfest also has strict standards in regards to environmentally sustainable operations. All vendors must use biodegradable products including cleaning equipment at all times and wherever possible sourced local/free-range/organic/fair trade ingredients for their menu.

Selection of stalls is based on the information you provide to us. Factors that Bluesfest takes into consideration when selecting stalls include:

Diversity and variety of menus

Quality and attractiveness of your stall

Experience working at large scale festivals

Stalls using locally supplied, free-range, organic or fair-trade produce wherever possible

Information and Supporting Material supplied with the application

For further information regarding the Full Terms and Conditions, click HERE.

Please complete your food stall graph which you can find here. 

Please complete your electrical requirements on this sheet. 

To apply for a Food Stall click here

 

All applicants will be notified via email by 20 December 2019 if their applications have been successful or unsuccessful.  Some applications may also be placed on hold at this stage.