$250 Regular Booth
February 1, 2016: Booth Application Deadline, and until filled.
February 1, 2017: Deadline to submit entries in the wine and beer competition.
February 17th: Vendor Setup
February 17th, 18th, and 19th:Festival Activities
Vendors are invited to bring their hard work, pride, product, and craft to the Gorse Blossom Festival. Our festival is designed to highlight Northwest fare and artistry associated with fine regional foods and related products.
Space is available inside the Port of Bandon's Marketplace building (250 1st Street SW), located on the south bank of the Coquille River, and in Bandon's Old Town district.
Booth spaces are 10'x10'. Select spaces have access to electricity. Payment is due at the time of space reservation. Refunds available if cancellation is made by February 10, 2016.
We look forward to hosting you!
Gorse - The famous, infuriating, painful, dangerous plant brought over the pond so many years ago by Lord Bennett! The museum is full of reference, but let the Gorse Action Group (Booth 12A) tell you all about it's flammability, effect on allergies, and its takeover of the south coast. Make sure to stop by interactive booths and displays to learn about this invasive plant, and how Bandon (and surrounds) have battled to eradicate it.
We are happily accepting applications for booth space at Gorse Blossom Festival. Booth spaces are 10'x10', and start at $250 for the weekend. Prices vary, depending on size, placement, and amenities required, such as electricity.
Want to be a vendor at Gorse Blossom? Buy a Booth!
$350 Premium Booth (placement)