If this is your first application in 2020, please see 2020 Festival Productions Annual Application Processing Fee listed above.
The San Ramon Art & Wind Festival is one of the Tri-Valley's premier events, and kicks off the summer season with an offering of fine arts and crafts vendors, entertainment on multiple stages, two major food courts, and a nonprofit/commercial alley. There are world class kite flying demonstrations by professional kite flying champions. There is a great childrens activity area and a special kite making room for young fliers to make their own kite. The event is well attended by both art patrons and families.
The space fee for artists will be $310 per 10'x 10' space. The space fee for local San Ramon artist residents will be $250 per 10'x 10' space. Maximum of 5 spaces are reserved for local artists assigned on a first come, first served basis. Commercial 10' x 10' spaces are available for $1,875 per space. If you are a San Ramon Chamber of Commerce member, the space fee is $1,500. Artist spaces are available in the paved parking lot or on the grassy meadow. Set up is available on Saturday afternoon (2 PM), May 25th with overnight security provided Saturday and Sunday night. There is no water available on the event site, and portable generators are allowed after receiving written permission from Festival Productions at the time you apply for the event. Booth rentals from Festival Productions are not available for this show.
Sales tax rate is 8.25%
Arts & Crafts - $310.00 per 10' x 10' space.
Applications that are not complete or the space fee has not been paid for at least 21 days before the event date will automatically be cancelled. A $25 LATE APPLICATION FEE will be assessed to reinstate any cancelled application that was not completed and paid for 21 days before the event. Please note, FP does not book in food vendors or nonprofit organizations. Contact the San Ramon Recreation Department for details on how to apply.
ONGOING JURY DATES: February 15, March 15, and April 15. 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.