We welcome a variety of local businesses as vendors to showcase their holiday- or gift-themed products and services at the Marketplace Street Fair. The event draws more than 10,000 people throughout the day, most of whom find their way to the Marketplace.
Thank you to our local community for your support! Registration is now open for 2024. Please check out our incredible marketplace vendors below.
Marketplace Date & Time:
Saturday 11/23/24, 10AM – 5:30PM (or later)
Set-Up: Saturday 11/23/24, 7AM – 9:30AM
Location: Marketplace Street in Desert Foothills Park - 15637 S. Marketplace NE, Phoenix, AZ 85048
The LUA Holiday Marketplace Street Fair is host to a wide variety of vendors offering unique wares and services. Like last year's event, our marketplace lineup will be specifically curated to appeal to those looking for gift or holiday appropriate merchandise and services.
So make a shopping list, and kickoff your holiday shopping among the best local crafters, artisans, and unique merchandise Ahwatukee has to offer!
2023 Marketplace Vendors
Arts and Crafts, Jewelry, Candles, Wood Working, Holiday Gifts, Food/Snacks and More.
Drunk Monkey Lapidary - Minerals Amethysts, Handmade Items and Custom Silver Jewelry
Fresh Picked Jewels - Handmade gemstone jewelry
LQ Gemworks - Handmade Sterling Silver and Gemstone Jewelry
MoDa Love Jewelry - hand assemble gold filled necklaces, bracelets, and earrings
Pure Life Jewelry - Handcrafted Jewelry and Permanant Jewelry
Tocara - Luxury Jewelry
Beekeeper Candles - Antique and Unique Soy Candles, Wickless Warmers and Scent Shakers
Color Street - Dry Nail Polish Strips
Damsel in Defense - Personal Protection Devices
EB Creative Designs - handmade, wood custom Christmas ornaments for sale.
Jim's Unique Skulls - Painted and Embellished Steer Skulls/Decor
Kendall Grace Co.- Small-Batch, Hand-Poured Soy Wax Candles
Marottaville - Various freeze-dried candy, loofa/bamboo angels, lit ribbon & flip flop wreaths
My Crafty Dragon - custom tumblers/cups on site, paint kits, hand painted ornaments, Santa hats, Socks, and have laser engraved earrings
My Sassy Bags - handmade cloth bags to put over clear stadium bags
Pam Allen Designs - Sublimated tumblers, water bottles, signs and wind spinners
Phoenix Dance Cooperative - shirts and other items with positive messaging
Pigtails and Crewcuts - Merch, Hair Braiding & Temp Hair Color
Renewed Roots Creations - Handmade, high-quality home decor
Shop the Pod Studio - Laser cut crafts, shirt decorations
State 48 Engraving - customized gifts and home decor
Steve's Toys - Sand Art and Toys
Sudzli - Sugar Scrubs and Body Sprays
The Glitterbug - Diamond Dot Painting, Resin Art , Decoupage
Tupperware - Tupperware Items
Tie Dye Guy - A Variety of Tie Dye Clothing
United Swag - Graphic Tees, Drinkware, Light Up Merchandise
HERE’S HOW IT WORKS
Vendors: Read the requirements below and complete the form at the bottom of
the page to request to be added to our vendor list.
We will respond confirming you have been accepted and send payment confirmation link.
New Hours: We’ve extended the Holiday Festival hours to 10AM – 11 PM.
Vendors are required to be present from 10AM-5:30PM, but have the option to stay longer into the
adult portion of the evening at no additional charge.
What Kind of Vendors are Accepted?
ARTS AND CRAFTS VS. LOCAL SERVICES
Vendor Licensing Requirements
A State TPT is required and you (The Vendor) are solely responsible for reporting your tax and income to the individual cities.
Each vendor will be assigned a ten-foot by ten-foot space, and power will be provided. You (Vendor) are required to bring your own 10X10 canopy tent.
Rules, Regulations and Guidelines
Please carefully and thoroughly read and review the LUA Holiday Marketplace Rules, Regulations, and Guidelines before submitting your application. All vendors must abide by ALL items listed on the document linked below. If your application is accepted and you do not abide by these rules, you will be asked to leave the holiday market and will not receive a refund for your vendor application.
Please complete the form below. A committee board member will contact you to discuss next steps and payment information.
Local Services: This year, we are allowing some area service-based businesses to have a presence at the festival. Located in their own space in the park, these vendors will follow the same guidelines as other marketplace vendors. Examples in this space could be local dentists, chiropractors, roofing, or banks.
Arts and Crafts: We are looking for unique, handmade items (especially holiday-themed) for our two primary marketplace locations: Marketplace Way and Santa’s Village (Kid/family focused). (Kid areas can be craft focused, toys/light ups/ornaments, etc.)
Items do not have to be 100% homemade but they must be original and customized in some way. We want to create a “boutique” market with unique items not found elsewhere. If you believe your items fit into this category but are not handmade, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with pictures or social media links.
PRICING - This year for Holiday Marketplace we are offering three tiers that are meant to award those who commit early. This year, electricity is provided to every booth by default. The 2023 pricing tiers are:
Marketplace Vendor: $180 per 10’x10’ booth space Sept 17 through Oct 31:
Late: Nov 1 through Nov 10*: $210 *No submissions will be accepted after this date.
There will be no merchandise donations required.
PRICING - This year for LUA Marketplace Service Vendors we are offering three tiers that are meant to award those who commit early. This year, electricity is provided to every booth by default. The 2023 pricing tiers are:
Early bird now available through September 30: $250 per 10’x10’ booth space.
Regular: Oct 1 through Oct 31st - $300
Late: Nov 1 through Nov 10*: $350
No submissions will be accepted after Nov 10
There will be no merchandise donations required.
Note: Service vendors who sign up 5 or more volunteers for the Festival (beyond your booth) will receive the relevant Craft Vendor rates listed in the red box to the left.”
Each vendor should include a fun activity for families who visit (giveaways, roulette wheels, face painting, balloon animals, dog treats, etc). Your chosen activity will need to be submitted and approved by the committee before being used at the event.”
Have additional questions, comments, concerns, or feedback?
Please share them with Kimberly Bolton at email@example.com. Thank you!