Vendor Application
Vendor spaces are full. Please submit your application (without payment) if you wish to be on the waiting list.

The first annual Wild Rivers Music Festival is scheduled for August 15 and 16, 2015 in Azalea Park, Brookings, Oregon. The Festival hours are: Saturday, 10 AM to 8 PM and Sunday, 10 AM to 5 PM.

This is a two day musical event featuring national and regional music groups. The Festival committee will be accepting applications for 100 artists, craftspeople, food and beverage vendors, and booths with an emphasis on music products and themes.

To Apply:

Please note that this is a juried show of original fine art, handcrafted and food items with a focus on music related items. Please return the completed application and include representative photos of each category of item that you would like to include no later than May 15, 2015. You will be notified of the jury's decision on or before June 1, 2015 to allow you adequate time to prepare for the show.

Two checks must be included with your application and photos to be approved for the event. Checks are to be made out to Stagelights; $25 deposit (which will be returned to vendors remaining to the end of the event) and one for the booth space fee.

Booth Spaces:

Craft and artisan spaces for the two day festival are $55 for a non-electric 10'x10' space and $75 for a 10'x10' space with electricity (electric spaces are limited and will be located next to food booth). Booth spaces will be on a grassy field. You are responsible for providing your own electrical cords, tent(s), and weights and/or anchors to tie down your coverings.

Food Vendors:

Food and beverage spaces are $200 for the 2-day event and measure 12'x12'. Food Vendors are responsible for all permits and fees as required by local health department regulations.

Finding your space:

A map with your space number will be emailed or mailed to you with acceptance of your application. Photos will not be returned unless you provide a SASE with your application. Festival volunteers will be available to show you to your space upon arrival.


Set-up is scheduled for Friday, August 14, Noon to 8 PM OR Saturday, August 15, from 7 AM to 10 AM. All vendors must be set up and ready to go by Saturday, August 15, 10 AM. All vehicles must be removed by Saturday, August 15, 9:30 AM. A one-way drive-through road will be open for vendors' use during set-up and take-down. A limited number of Vendor tent camping and RV camping spaces will be available adjacent to the venue within a short walking distance. There are no hook-ups. Porta Potties will be provided. Vendors may not stay in their vending tents. Please make note on your application if you are requesting an RV or tent space at the venue.

Tear Down:

Tear down will begin at 5 PM on Sunday, August 16. Vehicles will be allowed to drive through for loading starting at 5:30 PM. It is suggested that you break down before moving your vehicle to facilitate a smooth process for all. Deposits will be returned when booth area is clear of items and clean of garbage.


Please obtain event insurance as protection for your products and supplies.


The Festival will provide overnight security. It is suggested to remove all valuable items from the booth overnight.


Dogs, cats, and other pets are discouraged in the booths. Pet attendance in vendor booths will reflect on your invitation to vend in future Wild Rivers Music Festivals. Festival organizers reserve the right to ask vendors to remove pets from the premises, if necessary, for the safety of the festival attendees.


Brookings has several nice hotels, state parks, and lodging options. Due to the expected large influx of attendees to the Wild Rivers Music Festival, it is suggested Vendors secure their reservations when applying for the event. A list of campgrounds, hotels, and lodging options are available on the event website.


Questions can be directed to the Vendor Chairperson via email: vendors@wildriversmusicfestival/org

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