GUIDELINES FOR EXHIBITORS AND VENDORS
Please, read carefully the Terms and Conditions for Exhibitors and Vendors at Tribal Gathering and the Application Guidelines below before submitting the application form.
SHARE YOUR WISDOM: Tribal Gathering is a place where we gather to share our music, art, dance, culture and wisdom. We encourage all exhibitors and vendors to share their skills with the Tribal Gathering community by hosting a presentation or hands-on workshop. Its also a great way to let the participants know about your products, services and business mission.
ZERO WASTE POLICY: Vendors shall not produce non-compostable waste or distribute non-compostable containers, utensils, and packaging. Please, bring re-usable or easily biodegradable alternatives instead.
REQUIREMENTS: All stall workers must purchase a ticket for Tribal Gathering 2016. The stall holder will be responsible for arranging his / her vending license from the event license holder. GeoParadise will provide the contact information for this purpose. Specific logistic details will be agreed by email between the applicants and the coordinator of the area once the application is approved.
HEALING PRACTITIONERS: Vendors offering healing therapies in any modality can provide their services at the Tribal Gathering healing premises only. Please, if you are a healer and want to participate like this, do not submit the form below, please use this form to submit your applications.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO CHARITY: All vendors will be encouraged to give a 10-20% of gross sales to GeoParadise Charitable Fund. Indigenous peoples can come, exhibit and sell their artisan products at Tribal Gathering 2016 completely free of charge. They will equally be encouraged to give a volunteer donation to the Charitable Fund and become active contributors on their community's well-being.
UPDATE: We have currently no more available pitches for food/drink vendors so we have removed that option from the application form but still welcoming more merchandise and art vendors.
All fees and contributions are applied directly to the GeoParadise Charitable Fund and will be used to sponsor projects with the indigenous communities throughout the following year.