Saturday, March 21, 2015
Site: 441 East Ojai Avenue
Ojai, CA 93023
12:00 - 7:00 p.m.
$10 General Admission
$5.00 children 12 & under / $5 seniors
Vendor Set-up & Parking:
10:00 - 11:30 NO offloading after 11:30
KEEP FIRE LANE CLEAR - please park in designated spots
Vendor Registration Page
Bellydance Product Vending:
Questions? Contact Natasya: 805-six four oh-5781.
8' x 30" Table $40 / Round table $30 (foyer only)
bring your own rack or display $15 per rack or display
Please note: $40 minimum for main vending areas - even if you use all racks.
Main Vending Area AVAILABLE contact natasya
Main Vending & Food area is a separate room adjacent to stage & auditorium.
Minimum 1 table (8' x 30") + additional table or rack
confirmed vendors: Chovihani 1 table 2 racks, BAS 1 table 1 rack, Karla Porche 1 table 1 rack, Twisted Gypsy, Supernatural Flowers, Bali Isle
Foyer Vending area $30 - $50 FULL (small products only)
1. Large table / center $50 ($15 for additional racks)
2. Round table $30
3. 2 spots: "Bring your own display" $30 (small footprint)
4. Henna nook $25
FULL: confirmed vendors: EyeCons, Dumbek FX, Elizabeth Mahina, Eclectic Emporium / Solstice Henna, Delightful Diva
Auditorium Vending: $50 FULL
Single 8'x30" Table only or Racks in "L shape" only. Auditorium lighting is dimmed for performances. Suggest to bring Spot Light or clamp lamp for product display.
2 tables - call for availability.
confirmed vendors: Dana's Bra Choli, Baxtalo Threads (Natasya)
Outdoor Vending $45: FULL - Egyptian Essences
Front of building - 10x10 space for ez-up
No-frills, must have your own displays, tables & racks
Rain or shine. No refunds. Only spot open to general public and "walk-by" traffic.
FOOD & DRINKS VENDOR: AVAILABLE
the site offers a small kitchen with a service window open to the Main Vending area.
Middle-eastern & healthy foods sell best.
The Ojai Bellydance Festival will draw bellydancers, musicians and aficionados from all over southern and central California as well as guest performers from the SF Bay area. Performances range from student recitals to professional shows by the area's most popular dancers. The festival is open to the general public.