Tip: if you bring a copy of the list with you to the show, you can make notes about where you found what. It also comes in handy if you later regret not buying something and need to remember “THIS person had the thing that I liked.”
We’ll update it after the show with live links so you can visit the vendor’s websites/Etsy shops/etc.
See you Saturday 10-9 and Sunday 10-6 at 78th Street Studios!
We’re pretty excited about these commemorative 10th anniversary show shirts. Only a limited number were produced by Cleveland’s own Jakprints, using art by local tattoo artist Ryan Crawford. Want to be sure you get the size you need? Preorder here and we’ll have them ready for you at the door.
This sneak preview is a digital mockup by Jakprints. Don’t worry, the ink is red red, not pinkish as it seems here.
Don’t want to stand in line outside in the cold? Buy an earlybird ticket and you’ll get in an hour early (at 9:00) on Saturday AND a t-shirt.
Speaking of standing outside: we’re happy to announce that (in partnership with Detroit Shoreway), we’ll be one of three stops on their trolley from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday the 13th. The other two stops are at the Capitol Theatre and at Cleveland Public Theatre’s parking lot. Hopefully this will help alleviate some of the parking woes. Here’s a map:
Thanks so much for your support and we’ll see you on the 13th and 14th!
We’re pleased to announce that Cleveland Bazaar has procured discounted vendor spaces at the NEOcycle event event this September. Please apply for your space with us ASAP at this link.
Due to timing constraints with the storefront we will be operating in Gordon Square during the Gay Games next month, all NEOcycle applicants will also be considered for placement there, so applying quickly is of the essence. Note in your application if you have any questions about this. Thanks!
The application form for all seven summer Cleveland Bazaar shows is now live. Please click here.
In addition to five dates in Ohio City’s Market Square Park (across from the West Side Market), this year the application for our event at the Larchmere Festival has been incorporated into the same form, as well as the application for our brand new event in Wade Oval, the Cleveland Food Bazaar!
SPECIAL NOTES ON THE FOOD BAZAAR:
If you are a handmade vendor whose products are food-related in any way (for example: aprons, or wind chimes made from recycled silver cutlery), you can apply to be a part of the first Food Bazaar using the form above.
If you are a food vendor (i.e. food truck, jam maker, popsicle maker, coffee roaster), please hold tight for the moment, there will be a special application just for you soon thanks to additional regulations and city requirements. We thank you for your patience! Join the Food Bazaar’s mailing list and we’ll let you know as soon as it’s live.