Vending & Exhibiting at SoulFest
SoulFest provides a strong audience with over 10,000 people on site. Let SoulFest be the platform where you connect with new clients, get information out about your ministry, launch your campaign for school enrollment, announce your latest release, and much more.
If you have merchandise, a ministry, or information and are looking for a valuable way to connect with a targeted audience, then being a SoulFest vendor / exhibitor can benefit you greatly. We also always have a fun and tasty plethora of food options at SoulFest – if you’re interested in bringing your food truck (or booth), there’s a specific application for you too!
You can begin the application process below by filling out an application which contains all of the information about schedules for arrival and departure, operations and cost. Scroll down to see a list of vendors onsite.
Click the application link that is applicable to your company or organization. The forms include all information necessary for registration, arrival and operation.
Hawkers & Peddlers License:
- NH state information & licensing is required to vend in the state of NH — $50 Annual Fee
- [501C3’s don’t need this]
- Vendors pay SoulFest for the festival booth space (tables, chairs, electricity, etc.).
- The Hawkers & Peddlers license is paid directly to the state of NH.
- Hawker & Peddlers License Application
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 978.346.4577.
2017 SoulFest Vendors & Exhibitors
At SoulFest you can enjoy perusing a great collection of vendors and exhibitors from all over New England and the country. Connect with organizations and charities that will inspire you and provide ministry resources – regional radio stations playing today’s top Christian music, faith-based educational institutions for all ages, plus you’ll have the opportunity to shop for products that support meaningful missions. We can’t fail to mention food! Part of our great festival experience is the variety of food vendors – from healthy to your once-a-year deep-fried treat, there’s a little something for everyone’s tastes. Check out the list below of this summer’s festival vendors and exhibitors.
Ministries & Merch
ABBA (A Women’s Resource Center)
Alton Bay Christian Conf. Center
Bags of Hope
The Carpenter’s Workshop
Exercising My Faith
Hazel & Deene
Inspire Me Bracelets
Mission of Hope International*
Morning Star Christian Books and Music
NH Bible Society
NH Right to Life
New Hampshire Youth Fest*
Real Life Giving
Rock For Life
The Revolution Radio Show
Steele Hill Resorts
The Salvation Army*
Threads of Hope, Inc
Teen Challenge NH
THRIVE New England
To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA)
Word of Life*
York County Shelter Programs (YCSP)
(*)Denotes Ministry Partners
Awakening Leadership Center (Smithfield, RI)
Cairn University (Longhorne, PA)
Concord Christian Academy (Concord, NH)
Eastern University (St. Davids, PA)
Eastern Nazarene College (Quincy, MA)
Gordon College (Wenham, MA)
Houghton College (Houghton, NY)
Liberty University (Lynchburg, VA)
Lipscomb University (Nashville, TN)
Roberts Wesleyan College (Mechanicsburg, PA)
Bees & Thank You
Bonhoeffer’s Best Javafest
Deep Fried Delights
Crescent City Kitchen
Jordan’s Ice Creamery
Soul Patrol BBQ & Grill
Philly’s Concessions: Lemonade, Fried Dough, and Bayou Billy’s Sweet Dixie Tea
Vagabond Coffee Car