Tent and Equipment
Participants will provide their own tent, booth, cart, tables, chairs and décor. Participants are responsible for erecting, securing and ensuring conformance with faire theme. Staff will be onsite during the posted times to coordinate setup, operation and breakdown. Tents must be flame retardant or treated with flame retardant materials.
Any special accessibility needs, site(s) requirements or special access times should be brought to the attention of Ravenwood Foundation at least two (2) weeks prior to event for consideration.
Tent, temporary booth or cart décor must fit the festival theme. Contemporary table and chairs legs must be covered completely. Plastic or contemporary storage containers must be kept out of sight.
Participants must have at least one representative operating their approved site(s) from 9:30AM through 7:00PM for each public operating day. Having an assistant is encouraged to give you breaks. All participants must be listed on the participant form for security check-in and have a signed release agreement for our records.
Electricity, water and other special requests must be approved at least two (2) weeks prior to event. Participants should maintain one fire extinguisher per site. Prior approval from Ravenwood Foundation is required for participants relying upon or incorporating fire or flammable materials within the fairgrounds. This approval will stipulate additional requirements (i.e. fire-retardant materials, fire suppression, insurance).