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Church Street Fair – Santa Cruz – Aug 4 & 5

The Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium and the Cabrillo Music Festival would like to invite artists of all mediums to apply and showcase their work at the 27th Annual Church Street Fair on August 4 & 5, 2018 from 11am-7pm (new ending time, concerts will start at 7pm).  The fair takes place along Church Street/Center Street outside the Civic Auditorium in downtown Santa Cruz. With attendance expected to exceed 15,000, this is a terrific opportunity to display and sell artwork to collectors and the local community.

Painters, photographers, woodworkers, sculptors and craftspeople are all encouraged to submit an application. All original handmade fine art is welcome but commercially produced and imported items will not be accepted. Booth spaces are $225 each and are 10’ x 10’ with at least 1-2’ on each side.  Participants must provide their own tent, change fund, equipment etc.  Tables and chairs are available for rent.

No percentage of gross sales will be charged.

Exhibitors applications must be submitted by Friday, May 19th, and can be found at here (santacruzcivic.com)

or by calling (831) 420-5262. Applications received after May 19th will be reviewed as space allows.

The Church Street Fair features a myriad of artisans; non-stop live world music and dance on the outdoor stage, free kids events, delicious food and premiere Santa Cruz wine & beer. This popular outdoor fair in downtown Santa Cruz is FREE to the public.

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