State of the Ozarks Fest ’20 Vendor Info

Each vendor is responsible for the following:

  1. Bringing your own tent or canopy, tables, etc. Your tent, etc., can be of any color, as long as it is 12×12 (or smaller).
  2. You are welcome to create any sort of experience within your space. We do encourage a high degree of interaction with guests. So have fun and be creative!
  3. You are welcome to utilize space on the street in front of your tent as long as whatever you put there can be quickly moved in case we need to get an emergency vehicle down the street.
  4. Bring sandbags or gallon milk jugs to weigh down your tent (no tent staking in the street, obviously). Plan for approximately 30 pounds per tent leg (in case of wind gusts, you don’t want your tent to run away).
  5. Please note electricity access on Downing Street. West side of street has numerous access points. East side of street does not have electricity access (except in pedestrian mall between Hook & Ladder Pizza and All Teased Up Hair Salon).

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2 – Running Wild BBQ

3 – Running Wild BBQ

4 – Running Wild BBQ

5 – Song of Hope

6 – Indira Designs

7 – Sweet Bits Gourmet Donuts

8 – Blue Rock Print Co

9 – Blue Rock Print Co

10 – Chuckwagon Lemonade

11 – Chuckwagon Lemonade

12 – Victory Chiro

13 – Downing Apparel

14 – B-Town Threads

15 – Kilwins Ice Cream

16 – Mary Arneson Works of Whimsy

17 – Chris Boy Blue Eye Wood Craft

18 – Chris Boy Blue Eye Wood Craft

19 – Flowers by Billie

20 – Flowers by Billie

21 – Collage Judlin

22 – Sunny Roberts

23 – R33L Films Damian Costello

24 – Mary Evelyn Tucker Art

25 – Vintage Paris Coffee Shop

26 – Revive Juice Co.

27 – Stafford’s Barbershop & Shave Co

28 – Vulderic

29 – Michelle Waters

30 – Deborah Hudson

31 – Deborah Hudson

32 – Smyrna Baptist Church

33 – Healing Arts Center

34 – Healing Arts Center

35 – Christian Construction

36 – Branson PPE

37 – Memory Bears by Gwamma

38 – Chalk Area

39 – Independent Fighting Systems

40 – Independent Fighting Systems

41 – Southern Missouri Arts Connection Live Painting

42 – Live Painting

43 – Grandma’s Goodies & Gumbo

44 – Weddings at the Homestead

45 – Ozark Mountain Music Association

46 – Hodges Insurance

47 – White River Kayak

48 – Smiling Sun Gardens

49 – T.U.F.F. MAMA Salts

50 – Ron Leach Woodcraft

51 – Kim Cooper

52 – Kim Cooper

53 – Twinkle Market

54 – Rope Maker Edward Carter

55 – Brent & Becky Paschall

56 – Spray Paint w/ Noah Bray

57 – Hillcrofters

58 – StateoftheOzarks HQ

59 – Hollister Chamber of Commerce

60 – Queen City Beard & Mustache Federation

61 – Order of the Red Boar

62 – Boston Community

63 – Silver Anvil Metal Craft

64 – Silver Anvil Metal Craft

65 – Silver Anvil Metal Craft

66 – Silver Anvil Metal Craft

67 – Michael Yeager

68 – Hook & Ladder Pizza

A1 – Nature’s Wonders

A2 – Jamie Ray Gragg

A3 – Jamie Ray Gragg

B1 – Sisters’ Fried Pies

B2 – Meike Aton Artwork

C1 – Honey Roasted Nuts

C2 – Tom’s Western Wear

C3 – Tom’s Western Wear

D1 – Kirk Lewis Blacksmith | Viking Shield Wall

Vendor load-in process:

  1. The street will be divided into six call times beginning at 6AM (day of festival) and concluding at 8:30AM (day of festival). The street will be loaded from the north end (6AM) and will finish at the south end (8:30AM).
  2. All vendors will receive one of the following call times based on their booth location: 6AM, 6:30AM, 7AM, 7:30AM, 8AM, and 8:30AM.
  3. Vendors must check in with Dale Grubaugh at Vendor Check-In on St. James Street (across the street from the Farmer’s Market Building) at their appointed times.
  4. Upon check-in, you will receive: a festival schedule, balloons and string. We ask that you attach three inflated festival balloons to the front side of each tent space or canopy. HOLLISTER TAX IS 8.1%.
  5. Once you receive the go-ahead from Dale, proceed down St. James Street to the stoplight. Then, take Birdcage Alley to Whitehall Street, make a right, and proceed to your vendor booth location.
  6. All vendor booth locations will be marked with white duct tape and are numbered.
  7. Place all your stuff in the space and exit the street to the north. Make a right onto Business 65 and proceed to Esplanade. Vendor Parking is provided in the City Hall parking lot area and near the Depot.
  8. Return to the street THROUGH the Depot. You have until 10AM to set-up your booth.

Note: Vendor tents must remain open and on the street from 10AM to 6PM, unless an exception is requested (and granted by the SOTO Team).

Vendor load-out process:

  1. Festival closes at 6PM.
  2. Center Lane (a1s-through-c5s) will be asked to clear the street promptly (move everything to the sidewalk) and WAIT for their section to open up in order to bring vehicles onto the street. C’s will load out with the 6:30ams. B’s will load out with the 7ams. A’s will load out with the 7:30ams.
  3. Shortly after 6PM, everyone with a 6AM load-in time may bring their vehicles (CAREFULLY) onto the street from the SOUTH end of the street ONLY. NOTE:: Downing Street will remain ONE-WAY until LOAD-OUT concludes.
  4. After CLOSE, vendors our encouraged to pack up. You are welcome to haul your gear off-street, but if you need to bring your VEHICLE onto the street, you will wait until we give you the ALL CLEAR to do so.
  5. After 6AM LOAD-INS are packing up, 6:30AM LOAD-INS will be give the clear sign to bring vehicles onto the street.
  6. We will text all vendors when each load-in time opens up. We will proceed in an orderly fashion: 6:30s, 7s, 7:30s, 8s, and 8:30s. We appreciate your understanding and patience. We know this is a long day and we appreciate you all helping make this a very EFFICIENT and SAFE load-out.
  7. IF your load-out time has not occurred, you WILL NOT be allowed onto the street with your vehicle.
  8. Volunteers and staff will be on the street to assist in a safe and prompt load-out. Staff will also be on the street to let you know when your section is up for load-out.