Vendor Information

The Festival at Mt. Si, presented by North Bend Education and Cultural Association (NBECA), has been a community tradition for over 65 years. NBECA's mission is to promote the spirit of North Bend's small town community by providing educational and cultural programs that will preserve the past, celebrate the present, and embrace the future.

Located only 30 minutes east of Seattle, the Festival draws 10,000-15,000 visitors from upper and lower Snoqualmie Valley, Snoqualmie Ridge, King and Kittitas Counties. The Festival has become one of the most anticipated, fun filled, family events of the summer providing a showcase for local businesses and quality artisans of the northwest.

The Festival Committee would like to invite new and returning vendors to participate in the Festival at Mt. Si as well as thank the many vendors and sponsors who have participated in years past. We value our vendors and the feedback they have given us and continue to improve the Festival for vendors and festival attendees alike.

2019 Vendor List

Vendor Application - PDF
Youth Vendor Application - PDF

Food vendors should also complete the Food Booth Worksheet:

Food Booth Worksheet - PDF

Non food vendors requesting electricity should also complete the Electrical Request Form.

Electrical Request - PDF

Application and vendor fee can be mailed to: PO Box 1170 North Bend, WA 98045

Vendor FAQ

Booth Hours
Friday: 5pm - 8pm
Saturday: 10am - 8pm
Sunday: 10am - 4pm

Can I park next to my booth?
No, one single vehicle parking spot will be provided within walking distance to the booths per vendor. Due to substructure of grass field, no vehicles are permitted on festival grounds. Please note that if you intend to staff your booth with rotating volunteers or staff throughout the day, you must make parking accommodations for your staff and/or volunteers.

Does the festival provide table, chairs and canopy?

Is there help to unload/reload?
Yes. Volunteers and carts will be available to assist vendors with transporting items to and from their vehicle and assigned booth space.

Do I have to open my booth Friday?
Yes, we ask all booths to be open and operational during booth hours on Friday night, Saturday and Sunday. Vendors may keep their booth open later as there will be music and fireworks into the late evening on Saturday.
Friday 5pm-8pm | Saturday 10am-8pm | Sunday 10am-4pm

When Do I get my booth space?
You will receive your booth space at the time of check-in on Friday.

Do you have an atm?
Yes, we will have an ATM onsite. The festival cannot provide change to any vendor.

Is there security?
The event provides reasonable on-site security Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. The Festival accepts no responsibility for any losses or damage to persons or property of any kind. (See application page for details.)

Are there outlets available?
Standard G.F.I.C protected circuits of 120V 20amp are provided for our food vendors. There are a limited number of 220V outlets, G.F.I.C. protected that are available. The 220 volt outlets can be reserved on a first come, first served basis. Generators are available from R&R Rental (425.888.3083). Vendors are required to provide their own commercial grade power strips and extension cords. 100ft. extension cord recommended.

What is your cancellation policy?
Cancellations occurring up to 31 days prior to the festival will receive a refund of 50% of the space fees paid. Cancellations occurring 0-30 days prior to the festival will receive no refund.

Is there camping on festival grounds?
We do offer limited space for RV's, but no tents. There are also several accommodations within the city area. North Bend Motel 425.888.1121 // Sunset Motel 425.888.0381 // Edgewick Inn 425.888.9000

Are animals allowed?
Yes, we ask that they are leashed at all times and that you pick up after them. Animals are not allowed in the Food Vendor Area.

Is there a gray water tank?
Yes, a gray water tank will be available for food vendors.

Is water available for food vendors?
Yes. Hot and cold water is available in an onsite kitchen within walking distance.

Are there booth sitters?
Yes, sign-ups for a volunteer booth sitter to assist you with breaks if you are operating your booth solo will be available at the time of check-in and at the information booth.

Is there an emergency contact?
Yes, that information is given at the time of check-in. Emergencies during the festival should be reported immediately to the Festival Information Booth, which is flagged and centrally located. We will also have a first aid booth available.

Are giveaways allowed?
Yes, any branded advertising product can be given away. We do ask that items are not given away that are sold by others, i.e. water.

How many people attend the festival?
Approximately we see 10K-15K people attend the various festival events throughout the weekend.

Is there a charge to get in to the festival?

Is there onsite parking for attendees?
No, limited parking is available within walking distance of the festival grounds.

Who is the festival run by?
The Festival at Mt. Si is presented by North Bend Education and Cultural Association (NBECA), a non-profit organized by a group of community volunteers.

Is there handicap parking?
Accommodations will be made for those who are handicapped and need special considerations.

Latest News

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The Festival at Mount Si is looking for volunteers! Please see our volunteer page for more information.

We've added ATMs for your convenience all weekend long!