Curious who will be merchanting at the Goblin Market in 2023?
Well, no one yet. Merchants will be added as we receive their application and information!
Interested in Being a Merchant? Check out the FAQ:
Are you ready to share your artwork, crafts, music, divination skills, or other Pagan-themed goods with the community?
This is a small festival so marketing opportunities are limited. Preference will go to hand-made items and local Pagan businesses.
You will need to complete the merchant application form. Please see the "Fee" section for fee payment information.
Applications will only be rejected if a) there is no space left or b) the goods or service sold is deemed unsuitable. We will let you know ASAP.
- Recipients of scholarships are not permitted to vend.
- No food vendors permitted.
- Unsuitable items (i.e. unrelated or offensive items, etc.)
If in doubt, email firstname.lastname@example.org before registering to make sure your wares/services will meet the requirements.
- Herbal Goods
- Magical Supplies
- Ritual Tools
- Tarot/Rune Readers
All vendors are responsible for bringing their own weather-proof merchant tents, blankets, tables, chairs, and displays.
Merchants can open and close their booths at their own discretion.
All merchants are responsible for their goods at all times and are advised to either have someone mind their table if they have to leave, or to lock their goods in their vehicle.
Please note that the burning of incense and playing of recorded music is prohibited in the marketplace, as it is a shared common area.
The merchant fee is 10% of your total sales for the weekend. This is per vendor, on top of the normal registration fees.
Your fee is payable at the end of your final day, before teardown.
If you have any pagan/witchy/heathen related books you'd like to pass on to other folx, we will have a small space available for a Book Exchange.
Leave a book, take a book!