Saturday and Sunday 11 am to 5 pm
Arts in Bartlett, the local 501 (c)3 nonprofit arts council, presents an event to celebrate the diversity within our community. Last year 2,500 enjoyed a colorful, exciting, inclusive weekend of multicultural music, art, crafts, dance, food, and audience participation events that brought together people of all nationalities represented in our area.
The Festival is in Bartlett Park, the beautiful shaded park at Oak and North Avenue just north of downtown Bartlett on Saturday & Sunday, June 23-24, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Booths for ethnic artists/crafters/free trade shops/food artisans/nonprofits will be throughout the park, with a family activity center. The main stage will feature musical acts and dancers. Another area will host participatory activities such as yoga, martial arts, dance lessons, drumming circles, henna art. The Gazebo will contain a Family Global Story Circle and multicultural crafts.
All artists must supply their own tents if needed, booth structures, as well as display boards, tables and chairs. A limited number of 6 ft. tables are available for $10, first come-first served. Surface is grass. Stakes are allowed in grass but you cannot drive your vehicle on it.
Eligible booths are those that represent world cultures in art/crafts, artisan foods, or a nonprofit group. Imported resale goods are allowed.
Although this is not a juried booth, we request 2 photos by email: one of the items for sale and a booth photo if you have one. The festival reserves the right to reject inappropriate or items that are not well made.
Price is $175 for both days, $10 more for 6 ft. table rental.