Surf Art Market

STALL APPLICATION FORM

BBSF 22 - 25 Feb 2018

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IF YOU HAVE NO WEBSITE OR SOCIAL MEDIA PLEASE CONTACT VIA EMAIL, MARKETS@BYRONBAYSURFFESTIVAL.COM.AU AND ATTACH ONE OR MORE IMAGES OF PRODUCTS, CRAFT, SERVICE, FASHION AND BRANDING/LOGO. THIS INFO WILL BE USED IN THE SELECTION PROCESS AND FOR POSSIBLE ONLINE FESTIVAL PROMOTIONS. (PLEASE INCLUDE THE NAME OF YOUR STALL IN EMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHEN SENDING IMAGES AND ALSO WHEN RETURNING THIS APPLICATION SO WE CAN EASILY FIND YOU!)
Please enter a brief description of your market stall. This will be used in the selection process and for possible online festival promotions. (Limit 500 characters)
Please outline your business ethos (Limit 200 characters). Please note businesses and individuals that embody fair trade, ethical, recyclable, re-usable and environmentally friendly sustainable products and services will receive priority.
Have you operated a market stall at any Byron Markets before? *
Have you operated a market/event stall at other events in Australia before? *
Please provide any additional information that you may feel will help your application.
Stall Details and Requirements
This is a plastic free & sustainability-focused event (e.g. prohibited use of plastic shopping bags and paper or plastic promo material) encouraging the use of sustainable, compostable and recyclable or re-usable packaging to be supplied wherever applicable. Please note that the stall area is limited to no more than 3m x 3m space. If you need further information please contact markets@byronbaysurffestival.com.au
Do you need vehicle access space for the set up of your stall? *
Stall Bookings, Fees, and Cancellations
Stall bookings can be made as early as August 2016 and incur a non-refundable deposit of $100. The total fee for stalls is $270 (incl. electricity) payable in full by December 19th 2016 at the latest. Delays of outstanding payments will result in the loss of bookings. Cancellations of bookings have to be made by November 19th 2016 at the latest. Payments can be made via direct debit into Byron Bay Surf Festival’s bank account. See attached individual food stall invoice for payment details.
Stallholder Guidelines
The stallholder must not cause damage, make alterations or additions of any nature to, or carry out any damaging works of any nature to the stall area or Apex Park land and that, if any damage is caused, the costs of any repairs, making good or replacement are borne by the stallholder. Please read BBSF’s Rules & Regulations (see attached PDF document) for further details.
Electricity
Please note that there is no access to power outlets with any of the market stalls. If you must use power in order for your product(s)/service(s) to be sold or promoted please contact markets@byronbaysurffestival.com.au immediately.
Insurance, Certifications and Agreements
Please provide your Public Liability Insurance (min $10M) Attach a copy via email
Agreement
I certify that I have read, understand and agree to abide by all of the BBSF Surf Art Market Rules and Regulations as provided on the separately attached PDF document. I understand that if I, or my staff, do not comply with the Rules and Regulations, I may be asked to leave the event site or be liable for any resulting damage to equipment or people. I agree to comply with BBSF Surf Art Market management directives. I, as the owner/operator of the stall, hereby indemnify the event for any loss, damage, liability or any other action in any way resulting from my stall application or use of my stall site area.
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IMPORTANT NOTE FOR VENDORS:
The Byron Bay Surf Festival is committed to reducing its environmental impact. Accordingly, our Production and Management teams are dedicated toward producing an event that is environmentally responsible and accountable. We promote and initiate sustainable principals in all aspects of the event, including zero-waste strategies that reduce landfill (primarily the elimination of single-use plastics) and offer recycling and composting waste streams throughout the festival.