Hard to believe, but it's that time of year again and we're ramping up for the 2014 Portland Bazaar.
We've secured a fantastic new venue for this year and it just so happens to be right across the street from our old space.
For 2014, the Portland Bazaar will be taking place at Splash Studios, located at 419 NE 9th Ave. We'll be doing a $10 preview opening again (which includes a beverage from House Spirits) on the evening of Friday, December 5th from 5pm to 9pm, then open for free as always from 9-4 on the 6th & 7th.
We love to hear your feedback and experiences with The Portland Bazaar. Please contact us at email@example.com. Updates and news can also be had from our facebook page and twitter. Instagramming from the event? Use the #portlandbazaar tag, we'd love to see what you see!
How do I become a vendor?
Participants are chosen each year by Portland Bazaar staff, as such we do not have an open enrollment. If you're making something interesting that might fit a future Bazaar lineup, get on our radar by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Planning usually beings about June/July.
How do I become a sponsor?
Let us know if you're interested in sponsoring our event. Portland Bazaar sponsorship is a great way to launch a brand, interact with your current customers and reach new ones. With a typical weekend attendance of 9,000 attendees, you're sure to reach a large amount of amazing folks. Drop us a note at email@example.com.
When is the best time to visit?
The middle of the event is typically the busiest and most lively. If you want a more calm visit, we have an 'early attendance' event Friday night. There's a small $10 entry fee, but you'll have early access to great shopping, good food and drinks. There's no entry fee Saturday and Sunday, and the earlier you are, the calmer the crowd.
Portland Bazaar is held at Splash Studios, located at 419 NE 9th Ave., conveniently located near East Burnside and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd intersection.
Street parking is available around the event, but please be observant to the marked curbs and metered spots.