Last year, the Festival attracted over 22,900 attendees over three days. Enjoy the breathtaking setting with Mt. Ida as the backdrop, celebrate with our friendly, and dedicated volunteers, and listen to LIVE music from our amazing musicians coming from all over the world for 3 memorable days in the Shuswap.
Food Vendors applications for 2015 still accepting applications
Our Festival Food Village offers a wide variety of delectable consumables from many cultures to suit every appetite. Vendors are selected based on a variety of factors including menu quality, type, booth specifications, electrical needs etc. Remember – we are set up in an outdoor area!
The Festival provides just the space, electrical and water/grey water hook ups. Vendors are required to provide flooring, sump pump, handwash sinks, hose, extension cords, lighting, booth and all other equipment. Vendors are required to comply to all health regulations through Interior Health ph 250-833-4170 fax 250-833-4117 , and provide proof of insurance. Electrical needs are an important consideration in the selection process. A valid BC electrical inspection sticker or an inspection certificate posted on the premises. All vendors must also comply with BC Fire code required – CAN/ULC 1254 Standard. Spots are allocated out according to size, type etc… Please read document for further information. We will let you know once accepted. thank you.
Artisan Market applications here for 2015 still accepting applications
The Roots and Blues Festival plays host each year to a variety of artisans from British Columbia and across Canada, who sell their hand-crafted in Canada creations in our Artisans Village. Clothing, ceramics, jewellery, and instruments are just a few of the types of work represented in the Village.
Selection of artisans is a juried process. We select handmade artisan items, rather than import/export or commercial goods. The arts market is outdoors and operates rain or shine. All vendors must supply their own power cords, display tables, chairs, tent/canopy (which must be pegged to withstand all kinds of weather).
NON PROFIT applications here for 2015