The Beaverdale Fall Festival depends on our Food Vendors to provide the great food, hospitality, and professionalism our attendees need to have an amazing experience. Maintaining a kind and supportive relationship with you is of the utmost importance to our organization and volunteers. Your talents, efforts, products, and skills not only help drive engagement in our festival but also helps to clarify why Beaverdale embraces longevity, trust and community above anything else.
FOOD VENDOR PRICING
Friday & Saturday
10×10 - 501(c)3 Pricing (must provide proof) - $120
10×10 - $220 / 10×15 - $270 / 10×20 - $320 / 10×25 - $370 / 10x30 - $470
Electricity - Add $125
Rules & Regulations
The Festival is not responsible for any injuries that occur to vendors or their employees, loss or damage to any booth or its contents due to weather, fire, accident, theft or any other cause. The Festival reserves the right to ask any vendor to leave or remove booth content that is disruptive to the Festival.
> Complete, pay, and submit the online application below.
> Email proof of liability insurance and proof of non-profit status (if applicable) to email@example.com.
> No refunds unless you are not accepted as a Festival vendor.
> Be specific on products and food that you want to sell. No changes without approval.
> Vendor placement is determined by the Festival. Locations will be marked on the street or parking lot, however set-up cannot begin until instructed by a Festival representative.
> You will receive an email 1-2 weeks prior to the event with specific locations, set up instructions.
> You will be assigned a check-in time on Friday between 2 and 3. Set-up must be complete by 5pm
Friday, 9am Saturday. The Festival officially closes at 11:00pm, both Friday and Saturday.
> Vendor vehicles cannot be parked within the barricaded Festival area. You will have 15 minutes to unload during set-up.
> Vendors must provide all their own needs, including tables. The Festival only provides space.
> All vendors must comply with all rules and regulations of the Des Moines Fire Department, City, Polk County Health Department. It is your responsibility to comply and have proof available at your booth.
> Volunteers are given Beaver Bucks to spend with Festival vendors. Vendors must accept Beaver Bucks in lieu of cash and will be reimbursed at the end of the Festival.
ELECTRICITY & WATER
> Electric service is available for a fee and must be specified on your application.
> If you purchase electrical and are approved, you will receive an Electric Worksheet to complete and return. Electricity will be run to your spot but you must provide extension cords to hook up your items; circuits cannot be overloaded.
> Water will be available on the west side of Medicap Pharmacy (hoses are not permitted).
> Generators are allowed if they run at 70 dB or less and must be indicated on your application.
> Vendors are responsible for their own clean-up and trash bagging. Trash barrels will be available.
> If damage or excess clean-up is required at the end of the event, the vendor will be charged.
> Vendors must be out of the Festival area by 12:30am Saturday night.
> QUESTIONS -- Contact Austin Veal at firstname.lastname@example.org
> ADDRESS -- Beaverdale Fall Festival, 4023 Urbandale Ave #13254, Des Moines, Iowa 50310