Artists are responsible for all their own set up including tables, chairs, tents, and tent weights, etc. You must not go outside your given space allotment; your display must fit inside the parameters.
All items for sale must be handcrafted by the artist or vintage (meaning 20+ years old). We do not allow imports or re-sale items that are not vintage. We do allow for 20% manufactured and prefabricated pieces, but 80% of your goods must be handmade by the artist(s) or vintage. We will consider brands whose products are made by hand in other countries with a percentage of profits benefitting a nonprofit on a case by case basis.
No MLM products. No exceptions.
You must arrive at minimum 30 minutes before showtime or your space may be given to another vendor to fill in gaps in our layout.
Please do not break down early. Doing so will hurt your chances of participating in future events. If you must leave early because of a special circumstance, please contact an Indie South staff member before breaking down your booth. We appreciate your cooperation.
State law requires that all vendors pay sales tax on their revenue from events. It is each individual’s responsibility to make sure that they claim their income and collect sales tax. Indie South does not require any permits, licenses, or ID numbers nor do we provide any forms or assistance in this matter. You should have a tax ID number and submit the appropriate forms to the revenue department. If you are doing an event in GA, you may pick up forms at the Georgia Department of Revenue, located in Georgia Square Mall. Their address is: 3700 Atlanta Hwy., Suite 268 Athens, Ga 30606.
Once your application is accepted, you grant Indie South Fair permission to use images of your items for promotional purposes, including but not limited to online and print media. During participation in our event you grant permission to have photographs taken of your likeness, booth and items for the purpose of advertising and promotion online, in print and otherwise.