Application Deadline: April 30, 2016
Please provide all information and follow all instructions. This form is used to select vendors we would like to be a part of our festival. You will be contacted if you are accepted as a vendor. Questions? Please firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Saturday, May 21, 2016 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Load-In: Saturday, May 21 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Load-Out: Sunday, May 22 12:00 AM – 1:30 AM
Select One (1)*
A. 10x20 Booth – $550
C. Food Truck – $450
D. 10x10 Space – $375
*All pop-up tents, trailers, BBQ grills, etc. must be approved in advance.
Cleaning deposit of $50 per location required and will be returned by mail after festival if no damages are assessed by Marine Resources Council.
Additional fees may apply for water, gray water disposal, specific electrical needs, etc.
Please list your past experience with festivals.
Please upload pictures of your booth setup and the products you are selling. You will not be approved unless this is furnished.
Please upload a copy of your Certificate of Insurance.
All Food Vendors Must provide discounted food/meals for sale at half price for Fat Snook VIP pass holders. All Food Vendors will accept food voucher tickets for food/meals. Food voucher tickets will be limited to event entertainers for redemption. Food voucher tickets are redeemable to Marine Resources Council for $2 per ticket.
LagoonFest is an all-day music charity event to generate awareness and funds to produce the first State of the Indian River Lagoon Report Card. The Report Card will update the community on the current health of the lagoon and the corrective action necessary to reverse the negative impact we have on the estuary. The report card is projected to be distributed throughout the 5 counties of the lagoon by 2017.
WHO IS THE MRC?
The Marine Resources Council (MRC) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose purpose is to maintain and enhance the quality of marine systems for the economic, recreational, aesthetic, and environmental use of the people of Florida. MRC is leading the charge to save the Indian River lagoon with scientific-based advocacy, education, and Community engagement. The current status of the Indian River Lagoon requires a commitment of half a billion dollars and 15 years, to save and restore the Lagoon to a healthy state. Proceeds go to fund the State of the Indian River Lagoon Report Card. All donations are tax-deductible.