STALLHOLDER/VENDOR APPLICATIONS

The Cygnet Folk Festival offers a number of stall sites throughout the Festival Village in the heart of Cygnet. The stall locations are in Loongana Park, Mary St carpark (opposite Town Hall), the St James College quadrangle and The Paddock (Mary St next to the BP Service Station).

We would like to encourage applicants with a focus on local arts and produce. 

The Cygnet Folk Festival strives for sustainability - tell us how you are working towards being environmentally friendly.

Applications are open from the 1st September - 31st October, apply now!

Stall Types & Fees (prices are inclusive of GST)

  • Alcoholic beverages - price on application
  • Food & non-alcoholic beverages (powered) - $600
  • Food & non-alcoholic beverages (unpowered) - $400
  • Coffee Only - $500
  • Not-for-Profit food & non-alcoholic beverages - $300
  • Handmade items, art, craft, local produce, other 3 x 3m sites - $110
  • Handmade items, art, craft, local produce, other 3 x 6m sites - $220
  • Not-for-Profit handmade items, art, craft, local produce, other 3 x 3m sites - $110

We provide power to the food & beverages stalls if requested. Stallholders must bring everything else required to set up & run their stall.

Operating hours

Loongana Park
Fri 11am - 7pm
Sat 9am - 7pm
Sun 9am - 7pm

St James College Quadrangle
Fri 11am - 7pm
Sat 9am - 7pm
Sun 9am - 7pm

The Paddock
Fri 6pm - 11pm
Sat 9am - 11pm
Sun 9am - 8pm

Mary St Carpark
Fri 11am - 11pm
Sat 9am - 11pm
Sun 9am - 11pm

TERMS & CONDITIONS

Stall exclusions & criteria

  • All packaging must be fully compostable.
  • No amplified music.
  • Preference will be given to food & beverage stallholders who can provide shade & seating/tables.
  • Stall holders must comply with directions of Festival management.
  • CFF reserves the discretionary right to change trading hours and stall locations.
  • Beverage sellers will be provided with KeepCups to display & sell for a commission. Festival staff will provide these with signage on Friday & will collect & reconcile payment on Sunday afternoon.

The Cygnet Folk Festival Committee approves stallholder applications at its discretion. You will be advised of the outcome of your application by November 30.

Food licensing
Stallholders serving food and beverage must comply with food safety requirements stipulated by the Local Government Guidelines for Temporary Food Stalls. If successful, food stallholder application details will be passed on to Huon Valley Council who will contact you if further permits/licenses are required.

Insurance
All stallholders must provide a Certificate of Currency of your Public & Products Liability insurance with a minimum $20 million cover.

Payment conditions
Successfully selected stallholders will receive a tax invoice & must remit fees by the payment date (7 days). Payments are non-refundable unless the Festival is cancelled.

Setup & parking
Vehicle access is from 9 – 11am Friday for unloading purposes only. Vehicles must be moved to designated parking areas immediately after unloading. Low cost, all day parking is available in the car park at the rear of Town Hall.

Waste disposal & environmental management

  • Packaging must be fully compostable.
  • Waste must be disposed of in the skip bins near St James auditorium on George St. Stallholders are prohibited from using public bins to dispose of stall waste. Penalties will apply to stallholders breaching this requirement.
  • Compost bins are available in Loongana Park and the Mary St Carpark for food scraps.
  • Waste oil must be transported off-site and is the responsibility of the stallholder.
  • Stallholders must leave their site clean and free of rubbish.

Security
Security of stall valuables is the responsibility of the stallholder. Stalls must not be left unattended during the day.

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