Vendor opportunities at Poppy Festival, TNOTS

Poppy Festival vendor

For $600, business owners will receive a 10” x 10” booth space at the event for both festival days.

LANCASTER/PALMDALE – On April 20 and 21, the City of Lancaster will host the 22nd Annual California Poppy Festival at Lancaster City Park. The City is currently accepting applications for the commercial vendor area of the event.

The Poppy Festival is a widely-acclaimed event that provides a broad array of entertainment and fun for the entire family.  The festival draws more than 45,000 visitors over a two-day period and provides businesses an opportunity to meet with potential new customers through its various vendor areas.

Participants have a great venue to market their business and are exposed to thousands of prospective customers. For $600, business owners will receive a 10” x 10” booth space at the event for both festival days. Each 10” x 10” space includes a canopied tent with three sidewalls, one eight-foot table and two chairs.

Commercial vendor spaces are limited. For more information, or to reserve your space contact Vanessa Barnard at (661)723-6192. The application and event terms and conditions form can be found by visiting

Vendors Sought for Palmdale’s Popular Thursday Night on the Square

The city of Palmdale offers three types of vendor applications for TNOTS.

The city of Palmdale offers three types of vendor applications for TNOTS.

PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale’s parks and recreation department are currently accepting applications for interested vendors to participate in the City of Palmdale’s popular annual Thursday Night on the Square (TNOTS) events for 2013.

Now in its 13 year, TNOTS is an award-winning event that brings families and businesses together for eight summer evenings. Each event features fun for the entire family including live entertainment for adults and children, themed children’s activities, creative arts and crafts and delicious food in an open-air market.

The City offers three types of applications to choose from: craft/commercial (no food items) for $150 per booth space; non-profit (must provide proof of 501c3 status/no food items) for $75 per booth space; and food/farmer vendors for $200 per booth space.  Non-profit organizations may also apply for an unpaid free space, which includes odd shaped, smaller spaces at no charge.  Vendors are responsible for providing their own tables, chairs, EZ-Ups, banners, sandbags and supplies.

Interested persons and organizations may download applications by visiting Applications must be signed and returned to: Annie Pagliaro, City of Palmdale, 38260 10th Street East, Palmdale, CA  93550.  The deadline for applications is May 23 or until all spaces have been filled.

  3 comments for “Vendor opportunities at Poppy Festival, TNOTS

  1. SJGranai
    February 5, 2013 at 9:19 pm

    I am going to agree that it is out there to expect such high vendor prices and then VERY high admission prices to the public. One side has to give …I’d prefer to see the admission price go down substantially.

  2. sacryinshame
    February 5, 2013 at 8:42 pm

    I went to the Poppy (?) Festival last year for the first and last time. Why is it the Poppy Festival when there are NO poppies to be found? The only ones I saw were on the signage. It was set up so strange, I couldn’t find the flow that didn’t take me in a circle that excluded a number of booths. Did’t make sense. Food and water was a little expensive. I won’t go back.

  3. FUNNY
    February 5, 2013 at 6:24 pm

    What a joke 600.00 for a space in a public park and then charge the tax payers 8 to 10 bucks to get in, you wont ever see me there ,And further more how come you don’t use the FARE GROUNDS FOR THIS Festival it has a lot more parking

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