Holiday Handcrafters Fair

General Information

Rental space size is a 10’ x 10’ square (Price per space: $50) on concrete.

All Booth spaces are outside. Tents are recommended.



Optional load-in will begin at 2 p.m. on Friday, November 15th and last until 5 p.m.

Set up Saturday morning will begin at 7:30 a.m.

All vehicles must be removed from the area by 9:30 am

Breakdown will begin at 4 p.m. and no vehicles will be allowed until that time.

Your booth must stay in place for the duration of the festival.  No early tear-down is allowed.

Important Dates
Applications are due October 19th, 2024
No Refunds after November 1st, 2024
Show date: Saturday November 16th (10-4) 
$50 for 10' x 10' space
(Vendor must supply all tables and fixtures)
Mail to
The Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center
Atten:Holiday Handcrafter Festival
P.O. box 268
Townsend, TN 37882
Please make Registration payable to: the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center
Contact Info:
Logan Hull

Rules and Regulations

All work must be Handmade by the Artist.

-Load In/Set up- Will begin promptly at 2 P.M. on Friday, November 15th and conclude at 5 P.M.

   Vendors' exhibits must be ready for viewing at 10 A.M. on Saturday

   Tear down will begin at 4 P.M. Saturday and no vehicles will be allowed on property

   until this time.

-You are responsible for your own props, including tents, tables, chairs, display shelving

   hanging pieces, etc. that you may need for your booth. 

  No manufactured goods, No "seconds" and No "Sale" signs


-Exhibitors are responsible for collecting and reporting their own sales tax.

-The Festival will go on rain or shine. But if for any reason whatsoever, it becomes impossible to have the Festival, Understand that this agreement is terminated and waives any and all claims for damages

-Please help maintain the festival area and clean up behind yourself at the close of the festival.

-The Sponsor provides no insurance. Insurance, if any, must be placed and paid for by the exhibitor.  I hereby relieve the sponsors, staff, and the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center of all responsibility for the safe keeping of property while said properties are at the festival.

-The Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center, staff and volunteers will not be responsible for any injury or loss that may arise or come to the exhibitor, or his employee(s), or his goods, for any reason whatsoever while the Festival premises are being occupied under this agreement.

-All artists are responsible for collecting and paying Tennessee sales tax.

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