The Vallejo Food & Art Walk takes place all over the downtown area and includes local merchants, street vendors, and galleries. This event is from 5-10pm and occurs all year long, rain or shine. If you would like to participate as a vendor, please read our rules and codes of conduct. Currently there is no fee and no need to email before hand to secure a spot as a vendor here, though it is mandatory to sign in at the beginning of the event at the table in the middle of the 300 block of Georgia St. There will be a sign in front of the table as well as someone from our team to help answer any questions you might have day of.
We require that all items sold at this event be made/produced/grown by you.
Resale items are not allowed at this event.
Things that are also not allowed to be sold during this event are:
- Mass produced/imported items/store bought
- Multi-Level Marketing (ie. Mary Kay, Avon, etc.)
- Non-licensed Pre-packaged food/Prepared food (homemade or other)
If you need clarification or have any questions about what can and cannot be sold at this event, please contact us through email.
Loading and Unloading
Set up is from 3:30-4:30pm on the 300 block of Georgia St. Take down will be from 9:30-10pm, all vendors must be off of the streets by 10pm due to the road reopening at that time. Loading vehicles must enter and exit from Georgia St/Sacramento St cross section.
Vehicles must be out of the road closure by 4:30pm.
There is no designated vendor parking but there is street parking all over the surrounding area as well as two parking lots. Please reference the outlined Art Walk map for the location of the parking lots.
Vendors set up facing the middle of the street. You must supply your own tables/chairs/tents/etc. It is mandatory that all tents have weights to accompany them. It is prohibited to block the access of emergency vehicles or wheelchair access on the sidewalk. Spaces are first come first serve. If you set up in front of a business, you must get direct permission from that business before hand. Spaces must be left how they were found, please clean up after yourself.
As mentioned previously, we do not supply anything and you are responsible for bringing anything you might need during this event.
Here are a few suggestions of items our vendors normally bring:
- Tents/Tent Weights
- Display Equipment
- Monetary Change/Credit Card Readers
- Business Cards
- Paper Weights
- Take Away Bags
- Solar/Battery Powered Lights
There is limited light and power access and it can get windy so we highly recommend you take this into account to prepare for this event.
Vendors are responsible for their own taxes, licensing, and anything your business needs. It is up to you to maintain the integrity of your work and business.
If you want to be a part of a show inside one of the venues/galleries and other retailers you may contact them directly to inquire about their process. For general information on the event, contact us and we can answer any questions.
We encourage you to do live painting during this event if you choose so but vandalism is strictly prohibited (painting on the walls/streets/sidewalks/etc.).
We post frequently on our social media about this event and the more promotion the better. We encourage any and all of our vendors to share info about this event wherever possible. It is very important for us to create a sense of community with events like this so sharing through any outlets you have definitely helps spread the word as well as invites people who may have never heard about this event.
If you are participating in Vallejo Food & Art Walk and use Facebook, Instagram or other social media, send us an email with the information below and we will create some promo/marketing materials for you to share on your social media and we will also do the same.
NOTE: We must receive this information a minimum of 3 weeks in advance in order to have it ready for the upcoming Vallejo Food & Art Walk.
Volunteers: We welcome help organizing and putting on the event. Please contact us if you’re interested.