Become an exhibitor at the Twin Cities Veg Fest and showcase your brand or organization to an expected audience of over 2,500 interested attendees!
An exhibitor table at the Twin Cities Veg Fest lets you reach out to hundreds of college students, young adults, and other hip people. Last year’s festival attracted approximately 2,000 attendees, and we expect even more this year! We are expanding our advertising and adding cooking demos to this year’s festival, so we expect at least 2,500 attendees this year.
Apply now for our discounted rate and join us to support a locally organized and executed event that promotes progressive values and helping animals.
All products promoted, sampled, and/or sold must be vegan (no animal ingredients, no animal testing).
We have a limited number of spaces, but we are still accepting exhibitor applications.
Accepted exhibitors are responsible for following our posted Exhibitor Guidelines.
If you’re interested in selling meals or other (non-packaged) food, please see our Guidelines for Food Vendors.
Sponsors (bronze level and above) will be guaranteed a table, so please consider sponsoring the event!
Preference will be given to exhibitors offering free samples.
If you are an artist and do not expect to make signiﬁcant income from the festival or you are a student group, you can apply to exhibit at the artist and student group rate.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.
- Food court vendor – $200
You only need to apply at this rate if you plan to sell meal-sized portions of food.
- For-profit organization – $150
- Non-profit organization – $100
- Artist or student group – $25 – only 6 spots available at this rate
- Extra table – add $25 for each table (up to 3 tables total).
Food court vendors will be given four tables, with two tables facing attendees and two behind you.
- Electricity – $15. Electricity is included for food court vendors.
Your table fee includes the following:
- One six or eight foot table (food court vendors get four tables)
- Two chairs
- An upright display board behind the table suitable for pinning up posters and banners (food court vendors do not get one of these)
- A tablecloth for your table