Event Information

Highlands Street Fair 2018

32nd St from Perry to Irving
Denver, Colorado (West)

Event Dates: 6/23/18 - 6/23/18
Application Deadline: 6/20/18 Midnight MST

The application deadline has passed.


Images: 4 (a booth shot is NOT required)

Fee (Application Fee): $25.00


Event Summary
West 32nd Avenue will be shut down between Irving and Perry streets, so bring your comfortable shoes and peruse the vendors while saying howdy to your neighbors. The best thing of all? It’s free! See highlands-square.com for complete details.

General Information
Those applying as a fine artist should be selling products that are 100% original and produced by the exhibiting artist.  Reproductions or prints of the applicant's original art may be sold, but should represent a percentage of the total work on display.  No machine tooling, machine-screened patterns, no factory produced wearable items, regardless of additional modification or enhancement by the artist, no jewelry commercial casts, molds or production studio work is allowed under this application.  All work must be designed and executed by the accepted artist. Categories include: Ceramics, Drawings/Graphics, Fiber, Glass, Jewelry (all parts original), Leather, Metal, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, and  Wood.

- All artists are given a 10' x 10' space. 

-Highlands Street Fair reserves the right to limit the number of artists and the number of artists in the same category(ies).

-Jury will be held in mid May and selected artists will be notified by May 15th 2018 of their acceptance. 

-Artists who are accepted into the 2018 Highlands Street Fair will receive a “Countdown Packet” in early June.  The Countdown Packet provides detailed information regarding space assignments, Fair policies, load-in/out times, and other important information.

-There is no rain date and no refunds will be given for weather-related issues.

-Artists may not bring cans, bottles or other containers with alcoholic beverages to the Highlands Street Fair.  This policy is to adhere to state and local liquor enforcement policies.

Booth Information

-Artists requesting electricity must supply their own 12awg heavy duty 100-foot grounded extension cord adequate for the amperage and voltage needed to adequately power their appliances.  A licensed electrician will be onsite to handle all electrical needs for the Fair.  Electricity will be available Saturday from 9 AM to 6 PM.  There are no exceptions to these times.  

-Artists may NOT bring their own generators onsite.

-Electricity will be charged at $150 for the first 120 volt, 20 amp drop. If additional electricity is needed, please contact Ryan for pricing.