Vendors needed for Conservation Halton’s Hops & Harvest Festival in Milton


Published July 25, 2023 at 3:19 pm

Conservation Halton is looking for early-bird vendors for the annual Hops & Harvest event being held in Milton this fall.

Hops & Harvest will be returning to Area 8 — Conservation Halton’s newest park — offering live music and performances, beer and cider tastings, fall activities, and an extensive vendor marketplace.

Hops & Harvest also puts great emphasis on family fun, with an entire area of the festival dedicated to kids programming, including family-friendly entertainment at the Kids Zone stage, giant lawn games, face painting, and much more.

Inspired by the changing fall colours on the escarpment and celebrating the season, Hops & Harvest is a unique opportunity to hike the trails, admire the spectacular scenery, and support local small businesses.

“Whether you’re a crafter, baker, or candlestick maker, Hops & Harvest is the perfect community event to sell your goods and gain exposure in the community,” said a Conservation Halton spokesperson.

Vendors enjoy some exciting perks like:

  • Vendor lounge where you can relax and take a break from the hustle and bustle in an area where you can hydrate and enjoy free snacks.
  • Onsite vendor ambassador who will help you get whatever you need
  • Returning and early bird pricing – The earlier you apply to be a vendor, the more money you can save. Been with us before? Enjoy a 15 per cent discount if you sign on before July 31.

All vendors who sign up before July 31 for all three-days will receive a coupon code unique to them to share through their channels. Vendors will receive 15 per cent of each ticket sold using their code, up to a maximum of their total vendor fee. All coupon codes also offer 10 per cent off the current ticket price.

For more information or to apply to be a vendor, visit here.

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