Big Daddy’s Hot Box – Gourmet egg rolls & desserts
Ca C’est Bon – Cajun meals and desserts
Belfast Lions Club – Budget-friendly family fare
Front Street Pub Beer Garden – Various beers/ales and other adult beverages, plus oysters
Rio’s Spiked Café – Creative selection of pasties
(hand pies) & Kurtosh
Stone Fox Creamery – Ice cream & beverages
Maine Waffle Cabin – Belgian sugar waffles with toppings, ice cream, & beverages
Sylvester’s Fish & Chips – Fried seafood, sides, lobster and crab rolls, & beverages
Sweet Monkey Business – Artisanal shortbread cookies & granola
Bootleg Jerky – Maine-made artisanal beef jerky
Eve’s Garden – Freeze-dried fruits, vegetables, & candies
Herenya Wilkey – Stained glass suncatchers, boxes, panels, & garden décor
Chayak Crafts – South & North American crafts, clothing, blankets, & jewelry
Coastal Creations – Stones, succulent plants, Maine terrariums, & Tarot
Bramble Dragon Pottery – Handmade ceramics, including Celtic designs
Nest of Nessie – Celtic jewelry, wall art, laser-engraved boxes, & more
Intuitive Tarot Readings with Lisa – Gain new perspectives & guidance
Celtic World-Celtic Beat – Books, CDs, & art
Michael Robison Pottery – Hand-carved unique functional & decorative Celtic design stoneware
ADHD Collective – jewelry
DATE, TIME & LOCATION: The Celebration will take place on Friday, July 21, 2023 from 4 PM to dusk; Saturday, July 22, 2022 from 10 AM to dusk; and on Sunday, July 23, 2022 from 10 AM to 5 PM on both the Belfast Common and Steamboat Landing, Belfast, Maine.
10' x 10' 10' x 20 10'x 30
$220 $270 $320
$160 $210 $260
Electricity: A $50 additional charge will be applied.
Water: A $10 additional charge will be applied.
Available electrical hookups and water connections are limited.
SETUP TIME (General): Friday afternoon or early Saturday morning will be available for set up.
Please have transportation vehicles moved from the area and booths set up by 9 AM on Saturday and Sunday.
Opening on Friday afternoon at 4 PM is optional.
TRAILERS OR SALES WAGONS: Must be on site by 4:00 PM Friday.
BREAK DOWN TIME: Booths may not be broken down any earlier than 30 minutes before closing time on Sunday unless an emergency or previous arrangements are made. This will allow people coming late to have the complete experience.
- If you need to leave early for a pre-arranged departure, your booth will be located in a less obtrusive spot to limit disruption to visitors.
- Vehicles will not be allowed onto the site until after the event is over for the day.
REQUIREMENTS: Bring your own tables/chairs and displays. Power at the site is limited. If you require electricity, depending where you are located, you will need your own heavy-duty electrical cords. Power strips are highly recommended. No small gauge cords can be used for long distances.
***If you require additional services from the electrician on site you will be responsible for any charges for additional equipment and time.
PLEASE NOTE THAT BELFAST HAS AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING SINGLE USE PLASTIC BAGS AND POLYSTYRENE CONTAINERS.
IMPORTANT VEHICLE LOGISTICS: Unload cars, vans, trucks, etc. & move them off site immediately. Do not move your vehicle on site until the Celebration ends and you have finished packing.
CLEAN UP: Please be responsible about cleaning up your area, bagging trash, and bringing it to the dumpsters on site. Food vendors must take their used grease away with them for disposal. Wastewater should be disposed of responsibly, away from other vendors.
APPLICATION: The application is available below. Fill in ALL information and return with payment. Applications must be signed.
ADVERTISING: The Celebration is promoted on the Maine Celtic Celebration official website, through local media outlets, by the Belfast Chamber of Commerce, on Facebook, in print, and through other social media. We will include vendor names and descriptions in the Celebration on-site program provided we have a completed application and payment prior to June 1, 2023.
Some more of Christina's excellent art.
The Maine Celtic Celebration has been a summer highlight for Christina for over a decade. Christina was introduced to Celtic Music at an early age. Her parents believed in music education, and she and her siblings grew up playing music. Christina chose to learn the bagpipes. In addition to a love of celtic music, Christina has been a self-taught artist since her childhood, and creates gorgeous works of art, all while raising six children. You can see her pen and ink puffin creations at Renew ME in Belfast, Maine. Thank you Christina!