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Festival Boréal accepting vendors' applications

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Mar 17, 2014 - 11:01 AM |
Northern Lights Festival Boréal traditionally hosts numerous food vendors, artisans, crafters, retailers, as well as non-profit and environmental exhibitors.  Organizers are currently accepting applications from those who wish to set up at the 2014 festival. Supplied photo.

Northern Lights Festival Boréal traditionally hosts numerous food vendors, artisans, crafters, retailers, as well as non-profit and environmental exhibitors. Organizers are currently accepting applications from those who wish to set up at the 2014 festival. Supplied photo.

Northern Lights Festival Boréal (NLFB) is currently accepting applications from vendors, crafters and artisans who wish to set up at the 2014 festival.

The festival takes place July 4-6 at Bell Park. It traditionally hosts numerous food vendors, artisans, crafters, retailers, as well as non-profit and environmental exhibitors.

The festival usually attracts anywhere between 10,000 and 15,000 patrons from Northern Ontario and beyond, and is host to more than 40 musical acts.


Vendor application forms and information regarding fees, logistics and more can be found online at www.nlfbsudbury.com/vendors.

Vendors will be selected through a formal application process and can expect to hear back by May 30 at the absolute latest. Originality is certainly an asset, as NLFB organizers seek to preserve the eclectic and diverse atmosphere for which the festival has become known.

“We had a great diversity of vendors and non-profit displays last year, and we seek only to expand on this for 2014,” said festival executive director Max Merrifield.
For more information, contact the Northern Lights Festival Boréal office at [email protected] or 705-674-5512.

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