Vendor Info

VENDOR FAQ

How can I apply to be a vendor?


Please check our Vendor Application page to check the current status of our application process. We open applicatons for our upcoming markets for 3-4 weeks and during that time vendors can fill out and submit the form to be considered. If applications have 'closed' you must wait until our next market date is announced to apply for a future date.




What are the vendor fees?


Our venue offers both INSIDE and OUTSIDE booth options. Please note that space is limited for each category and should you apply, we'll do our best to accommodate your selection but it's NOT a guarantee! Inside booth spaces are located in our industrial warehouse and outside spaces are in our gravel parking area. Booth fees are determined by size and location. Outdoor Mini (under 6' table) - $50 Outdoor Single 10'x10' - $70
Outdoor Double 20'x10' - $140
Indoor Mini (under 6' table) - $70 Indoor Single 10'x10' - $95 Indoor Double 20'x10' - $190
Food + Beverage Service - $100




What is the vendor load-in process?


To maintain a smooth load-in process, all 'Inside Booth' vendors will be required to load-in the day prior to the event. 'Outdoor Booth' vendors will be required to load in on the morning of the event. All vendors are responsible for bringing proper supplies for setting up and running their booth, ie: tables, chairs, tents, tent weights, cash float, credit card readers, etc.




What happens if there's inclement weather on the day of the market?


The Pickers Hullabaloo is NOT a rain or shine event. In the case of inclement weather, vendors will be notified of the cancellation the evening prior to OR on the morning of, and the event will be postponed to the scheduled Rain Date. Vendor fees will be rolled over to the rescheduled date.




What types of vendors you accept?


Pickers Hullabaloo is a juried market with a focus on vintage & secondhand goods. Vendors offering curated collections of vintage furnishings, jewelry, art, lighting, decor, fashion, accessories, music and other nostalgic curiosities will be given highest consideration. We incorporate handful of artisan vendors into the lineup as well. Please note, we often rotate vendors in & out to offer a diverse shopping experience for customers.




What's the deal with permits & licensing?


All vendors are responsible for obtaining any and all required governmental permits (i.e. business licenses, city licenses, insurance, etc.) Please do your research in advance.
Sales Tax: All vendors shall be solely responsible for collecting and reporting sales tax. Appropriate forms can be downloaded from www.sctax.org.