Sunday, April 28, 2019 / 1:00 – 6:00 pm / Rain or Shine

– Communiversity ArtsFest 2019 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.  Non-profits outside of Mercer County or from towns contiguous to Princeton are unlikely to be accepted.

– Communiversity ArtsFest 2019 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 2019 event.

– All applicants must submit the online application form, along with a $50 non-refundable application fee, in order to be considered.

– The deadline for all Vendor Applications is February 1.  Applications submitted after this date will not be accepted.

– The Arts Council of Princeton committee will determine which vendors have been accepted by March 1. Confirmations will then be sent by email; no one will be contacted by telephone. Applicants not accepted will be notified by email.

Non-profit Organization 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.

Booth information:

9’ x 10’  (Equivalent to ½ of a parking space)   Price:  $150

  • Special requests for one additional space will be considered if there is space available. These determinations will be made by the end of March. Additional space will cost $150.

  • Your organization must provide a valid Tax Exemption certificate with the on-line application. If your organization does not have a Tax Exemption number, it will not be eligible for the Non-Profit booth category. You must instead complete the Merchant application.  If you are a 501(c)4 please apply as a merchant, click here to go to the Merchant page.

  • 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.

  • The Arts Council of Princeton, in partnership with Sustainable Princeton, is discouraging the distribution of fliers. If possible, create posters with information about your organization and encourage event-goers to take a photo for future reference. In addition, consider giving out eco-friendly or consumable swag; while something like a foam glove will quickly be discarded, a recycled pencil will have a much longer life. Thank you!

  • Under no circumstances may 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 the with any further questions about this application. Thank you for your support of the Arts Council of Princeton!