Applications for 2020 are not available. Please send your contact information to lanz.nalagan@saccenter.org to be added to the email list when enrollment launches.

The SacPride Festival is an inclusive, fun and exciting place to be. There are numerous local and national organizations and businesses eager to create a place where LGBTQ+ people thrive. This includes community nonprofits, healthcare providers, supportive faith institutions, small businesses, large companies, and a wide variety of food vendors. If you would like to be a part of this amazing event, please register!

How do I become a vendor?

No matter what type of organization or business you have, you must fill out an application to purchase an exhibitor space to sell items at the festival.

All spots have been filled at SacPride. If you wish to be added to the waitlist, please click here

What is the fee for a vendor?

Non-Food Exhibitor

With this fee you will receive a 10×10 space with one 8-foot table, two chairs, and four tickets to the festival

Nonprofit Exhibitor – $300

Commercial Exhibitor – $500

Corporate Exhibitor – $550

Food Vendor

Standard Food Vendor – $625

With this fee you will receive a 10×20 space with one 8-foot table, two chairs, and four tickets to the festival

Food Truck Vendor – $950

With this fee you will receive a 10×30 space with and four tickets to the festival

How can I sign up to serve food at SacPride?

There are a limited number of food vendor spots available at the festival, and your business must apply to become a food vendor. All food vendor applications require a Business Operating Tax certificate and a Temporary Food Facilities permit. Please apply to the Sacramento Pride website. Deadline is May 10, 2019. Any late applicant may be subject to a $100 late fee.

Do I have to bring a tent?

Each booth space is required to have a 10×10 tent. Tent must be weighted down without stakes and must pass fire safety inspection. All tents must be of flame resistant material if cooking or using electricity. We recommend purchasing the tent package from the application form for your two days at SacPride.

I signed up to be a vendor, but now I cant attend…is there a refund?

Sorry, the deadline for refunds is June 5, 2019. We have paid all our contractors by that day and cannot issue refunds. We apologize and hope you understand.

Do I have to stay for both days?

This year the pride celebration will be two days. Load in is on Saturday morning from 7am to 9:30am and load out is Sunday at 5pm. For consistency and spacing we request that you staff the booth for both days. Your fee is inclusive of the two-day event.

What is the setup procedure?

Load in for SacPride will begin no earlier than 7:00A.M. on June 8, 2019. No cars will be allowed on-site after 9:30A.M. on Saturday. The Festival will provide limited overnight security. Site access by vehicle on Saturday morning will be limited to 20 minutes only and strictly monitored. Exhibitor agrees to complete set-up on Saturday. Contact information and instructions for renting tents/canopies and other rental needs you may have will be included in your confirmation letter from the Festival upon acceptance.

What is the load out procedure?

All materials must be removed from Festival grounds by 9:00P.M. on Sunday, June 9, 2019. Equipment load-out begins: Sunday, June 9, no earlier, and potentially later than, 5:00P.M. Equipment load-out ends: Sunday, June 16, 9:00 p.m. ABSOLUTELY NO EARLY STRIKE WILL BE PERMITTED. EARLY STRIKE WILL RESULT IN A CHARGE OF $100.00.

I don’t have an exhibitor space. Can I hand out fliers, sign people up to support my cause, or sell merchandise?

No. Unless you have an exhibitor space at SacPride, you cannot solicit or sell anything in any way on festival grounds. Violation of these rules will result in immediate and permanent eviction from the festival by the Sacramento Police Department. Sales of any merchandise outside of booths are prohibited.

Do you accept exhibitor applications from marijuana dispensaries?

SacPride is grateful for the support of the cannabis industry. New rules for public festivals are extremely strict and do not allow marijuana business to publicly display marketing materials at festivals, making participation at the festival impractical as well as unnecessarily risky for business licenses.

Past vendors and exhibitors have included:

  • Souvenir and merchandise retailers.
  • Businesses looking to reach the LGBTQ+ community.
  • LGBTQ+ friendly employers seeking to recruit LGBTQ+ job applicants.
  • Elected officials and political candidates interested in meeting constituents.
  • Health and Wellness organizations.
  • Social and sports organizations.
  • Communities of faith.
  • Educational institutions.
  • Artists and Arts organizations.
  • Community and non-profit organizations.
  • Games, attractions, and novelty booths.
  • Military recruiters looking for fresh, motivated faces!