If this is your first application in 2017, please see 2017 Festival Productions Annual Application Processing Fee listed above.
Crafters and artists that feature Japanese items or better quality art or craft items imported from Japan are allowed in this event as well as traditional American arts and crafts. Booths are arranged around a small lake. Fair goers are primarily Asian. Japanese drummers and other entertainment including a major cultural display attract fair goers from the entire South Bay Area. You will be able to find excellent Japanese food. The Cherry Blossom Festival takes place in Memorial Park that fronts on Stevens Creek Blvd. and is adjacent to the Oakes Shopping Center so the festival gets good drive by traffic. Booths are set up on grass and may be left up over night. Friday evening setup available.
NEW FOR 2017 INDOOR SPACES
The event sponsor has added an indoor section to the festival. The senior center is adjacent to the main festival site. If you sell high quality original Japanese themed art, you can apply for this indoor space. Artists will receive an 8' x 8' space with one table and one chair. In order to secure an indoor location, apply on line by following the instructions under the FIRST TIME APPLICANT section above and select "Qualified Organizational Fee" in order to get the special $100 fee.
For hotel accommodations, go to: http://www.cupertino-chamber.org/search.aspx#action=Category&value=127&cid=233&did=1&listingType=A
Sales tax rate is 8.75%
ON GOING JURY DATES: March 1 & April 1. Please note that either a category or the entire show could close prior to a scheduled jury date. Artists should apply early to avoid getting a category full response to their late application.
Space Fee: Arts & Crafts - $210/$100 Commercial - $375 Gov't or Nonprofit 501(c)(3) only - $180 Food - We do not book food vendors in this event.