National Celtic Folk Festival – Stall Holders Expression of Interest OPEN Now
This four-day event commences on Friday 8th June evening & concludes on Monday 11th June. The National Celtic Folk Festival is the premier Celtic Festival in Australia and is a held each year over the long weekend in June in the town of Portarlington on the Bellarine Peninsula .

What is on offer?

Market Stall Applications open now.

Expressions of Interest are invited for a Market Stall site at the 2018 National Celtic Festival to be held over the Long Weekend, 8 – 11th June 2018, at Portarlington on Victoria’s beautiful Bellarine Peninsula.

The National Celtic Festival is celebrating its fifteenth year at Portarlington – the ideal location for a weekend of Celtic music, dance and culture, fine wine and cuisines. The Festival organisers expect approximately 15,000 + people to attend over the long weekend.

The Festival site includes the outdoor Market area around the main venues.  Market stalls are accessible to ticketed Festival patrons, day trippers & the community, a list of all the stalls will be posted on the NCF website and the Festival is a great place to show your wares and meet our visitors and Festival patrons.

Please note –We are looking for a diverse range of market stalls that offer high quality, interesting and affordable Celtic products, arts & crafts, local produce and food.

Who is the opportunity for?

Stall Holders

Who is providing the opportunity?

National Celtic Folk Festival

Who is eligible and what is required?

Expression of Interest Open now

What is the closing date or deadline?

09/02/2018

How much does it cost?

Various - please see web site

How do people book or get involved?

Get in touch - mail@nationalcelticfestival.com

Contact Details

Location

Portarlington, Victoria, Australia

National Celtic Folk Festival – Stall Holders Expression of Interest OPEN Now

Portarlington, Victoria, Australia

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