Renewing the rich Celtic history, culture and hospitality found along the coast of Maine

Dear Vendors:

February, 2018 is here. It is only six months to the Maine Celtic Celebration. Once again, we invite you to join us on Belfast Common and Steamboat Landing in Belfast on the third weekend in July for the 2017 Maine Celtic Celebration. We anticipate another great event and we look forward to having you join us as a vendor for our twelfth anniversary.

This year, 2018, our official event is on Saturday and Sunday, July 21st and 22nd, however we anticipate opening with a concert on the Belfast Common Main Stage on Friday evening, July 20th. You are welcome to participate and open for business after 4:00 pm on Friday. This is an optional vending opportunity.

The primary vendor opportunity will run therefore on Saturday, July 21, 2018 from 10 AM to dusk and on Sunday, July 22, 2018 from 10 AM to 5 PM, on both the Belfast Common and Steamboat Landing, in Belfast, Maine. As we did last year the vendors may choose to open on Friday evening from about 4 pm until dusk. Once again, changes in the configuration of the parks may affect vendor location.

As before we encourage vendors who generally reflect the Celtic theme of our celebration, however if you think your product will fit, please apply.

If you recommend The Maine Celtic Celebration to a new vendor, you will receive a $50.00 reduction off your total booth fee when that new vendor signs up and pays in full.

If you would like to be considered as a vendor at this year’s Maine Celtic Celebration, please review the Vendor Guidelines below and complete the attached Application ASAP.

Please contact Dawn Caswell, Vendor Coordinator, at or at 207-322-6156, with any questions, comments or concerns about this year’s celebration.

Thank you for your support. We look forward to you joining us for another successful event.

Dawn Caswell

Vendor Coordinator, Maine Celtic Celebration

2018 Vendor Guidelines and Application


2017 Vendors

Front Street Pub Beer Tent – Guiness, Smithwicks, Harp, Magners cider, Lobster ale, Oatmeal stout and Smirnoff flavor bottles

Crazy Dave’s Barbecue  – Awesome BBQ, corn bread, drinks, etc.

4M Productions – Bloomin’  onions, onion rings, fries, fried dough, etc.

Thistles and Things   – Celtic jewelry, gifts, ceramic, music, etc.

Methodist Church   – Free lemonade, popcorn

Aucoin Concessions   – Fried dough, fresh squeezed lemonade, iced tea, fried Oreos, coffee, soda, fruit smoothies

Tree to Sky Studio   – Handcrafted jewelry, nature inspired driftwood drawings

Belfast Lions Club   – Lobster rolls, crabmeat rolls, hot dogs, hamburgers, fries, drinks

Chef on the Run – Reubens, Irish bangers, grilled cheese, fries

Stone Fox Ice Cream – Homemade ice cream

Ye Olde English Fish and Chips – Fish and chips, lobster rolls, clams, fries, drinks, etc.

Jojo’s Corn – Kettle corn, cotton candy, slush puppies, drinks, etc.

Festival Fun Zone – Duck pond, balloon pop, activities for kids, “prizes”

Maine Alpaca Experience – Alpaca clothing, yarn, fur toys

Sebastian’s – Wood-fired pizza

Red’s Place – Burgers, hot dogs, fries, chicken tenders, wings, soda, water

Raventree – Pewter jewelry

Sylvester’s – Fish and chips, fried seafood, and other treats

St. Andrew’s Society of Maine – Information about the preservation and promotion of Scottish culture and heritage

Deep Fried Sweets – Cheesecake, chocolate chip cookie dough, Oreos, Twinkies, raspberry cream bismarks, and more. All deep fried!

SMT Enterprises – A variety of local crafts