Don’t miss out on the street festival that takes place in the 1100 block of W Portland St, two blocks west of N. 7th Ave, & 1 block South of Interstate 10. in Phoenix, Dec. 8th, 2018. The Story Home Tour typically attracts a few thousand visitors over the course of the two days. Vendor space is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.
The street fair will be held outdoors in the 1100 block of W Portland St, which is one block west of South of Interstate 10, west of 7th Ave in Phoenix. This block will be open to foot traffic only for Sunday’s event.
The size of each space is 10′ x 12′. Attractive displays are expected. Tables and Pop-ups, and other equipment are not provided. They are the responsibility of the vendor. Be prepared to protect your display and goods in case of rain. Alcoholic beverages and smoking in the booth area are not permitted. The sale of beverages of any kind are not permitted.
The non-refundable registration fee is $50.00 per space ($90.00 for a double space). This is payable by check with your application or you may Pay online. Checks should be made payable to “Story Preservation Association”. If your application is not accepted, you will be notified promptly and your check returned. We may waive or offer a discounted fee for informational or non-profit civic groups. The sales tax is your responsibility. Fees paid after 10/31/19 will increase to $60.00 ($110 for a double space)
Set-up and Take down
Set-up begins at 7am. The vehicles used to bring in items need to be unloaded & removed quickly. All vehicles must be off the street by 9:30am. A few days before the event all vendors will receive a letter with space assignments, scheduled arrival times & other details; including a map, the traffic flow pattern for set-up & the location of vendor parking. We will be providing free shuttle service to and from your designated parking area. Take-down does not begin until 4 p.m.
Food vendors will be grouped together. We will provide a visitor seating area adjacent to the food vendors, with tables, chairs & trash cans. We ask that food vendors also bring their own trash cans. We provide no utilities. The Story Preservation Association sells homemade cookies & soft drinks for its own fund-raising, so we do not allow food vendors to sell these items. Any necessary permits are your responsibility.
You can fill out, then print a copy of the application by clicking here (beginning in June 2019), or on the image of the application in the upper right corner of the previous screen. You may also reach out to our vendor coordinator, Julie Moy at 602-571-1457.