Sunday, April 26, 2020 | 1-6 pm | Rain or Shine


Communiversity ArtsFest 2020 is a juried event that is presented by the Arts Council of Princeton. Please be advised that special consideration is given to Princeton area applicants.

Communiversity ArtsFest 2020 will be held rain or shine. In the event of cancellation due to any circumstances beyond our control, your booth fee will be considered a fully tax-deductible donation to The Arts Council of Princeton in support of its many programs and events for the community.

Participation in prior Communiversity festivals does not guarantee acceptance to the 2020 event.

All applicants must submit the online application form, along with a $40 non-refundable application fee, in order to be considered.

The deadline for all Vendor Applications is January 31, 2020.  Applications submitted after this date will not be accepted.

The Arts Council of Princeton committee will determine which vendors have been accepted by February 28, 2020. Confirmations will then be sent by email; no one will be contacted by telephone. Applicants not accepted will be notified by email. Upon acceptance, you will be charged the booth fee

Merchant Information

Carefully consider your space requirements before submitting your application. Requests for changes in booth sizes will be considered on a space availability basis only.

There are two booth sizes to choose from:

Standard: (18’ X 10’ – Equivalent to one parking space) Price:  $295
Double: (36’ X 10’ – Equivalent to two parking spaces) Price:  $590

Cards will be charged the booth fee upon acceptance.

Merchandise must be of high quality and be art-oriented or family friendly. Merchants who offer “knock offs” of brands, patented styles, and the like will not be accepted.

You must provide website/social media links to photographs that accurately depict your merchandise. These links can be listed via your online application. If you do not have an online platform you can upload photos in your online application.

All applicable selling licenses and permits are the responsibility of the merchant.

All participants are responsible for providing, setting up, and removing their own tables, chairs, canopies, and other equipment.

Participants are responsible for arranging for their own power needs. The Arts Council of Princeton does not supply (or broker agreements for) electricity/power.

In an effort to reduce landfill waste, the Arts Council of Princeton, in partnership with Sustainable Princeton, ask that you consider the environmental footprint of your booth.  Small changes, such as asking customers if they need a bag rather than automatically providing one, can make a major difference in generated waste. We also discourage the distribution of fliers. Instead, create posters with information about your business and encourage photos. Thank you! Questions?

Under no circumstances will a vendor sell, offer, or display objectionable items including, but not limited to, silly string, snappers/pop-its, stink bombs, water pistols or guns of any type.

Contact with any further questions.  Thank you for your support of The Arts Council of Princeton.