Vendor Information for the
Pie Town Pie Festival
The following is information for prospective vendors.
You are invited to participate in the 34th Annual Pie Festival being held the
14th of September, 2013 in Jackson Park in Pie Town, New Mexico on Hwy 60.
As Pie Festival continues to grow, we have made some changes. This year
we will have both 10'x10' and 20'x20' spots available. Vendors are welcome to
set up early starting at 4pm on Friday. You will be assigned a spot upon
arrival. Sending your check and application by September 6th saves you A spot
but there are no guarantees as to which spot. All food vendors (even those who
sell jelly and fruit) MUST have a year-round or temporary Food Service Permit
from the New Mexico Environmental Department.
Electric and water hookups are not available so please plan accordingly. For
registered non-profit organizations we offer one free 10x10 spot. If a larger
space is required, you may pay for it at the standard rate. For those still in
the park after noon on Sunday, thank you for staying to help clean up.
You may set up the evening before if you wish. Do not set up on the basketball court, in the pavilion, or any place inside of the brightly-colored tape.
There will be someone there to assist you getting into a location.
Non-profit organization: No charge for a 10 x 10 section.
Arts and Crafts Spaces: $15.00 for each 10 x 10 section, $25.00 for each 20' by 20' section
Food Vendors: $100.00 *
Download the following PDF by clicking on
this link: Pie Festival Vendor Form;
print it out, fill out and send a check.
You may also just mail your check, along with a note
stating who you are, what you will be selling, and what your space requirements
will be. Be sure to include your phone number, e-mail address and any other
pertinent contact information.
Pie Town Community Council
P.O. Box 791
Pie Town, NM 87827
Your cancelled check will be your receipt.
Vendors who register in advance will be listed on the vendor page.
Jackson Park Concession / Festival Area – Pie Town, New Mexico
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Sponsored by the Pie Town Community Council.
* All food vendors (even those who sell jelly and fruit) need either a year-round or temporary Food Service Permit from the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED). The Food Permit Application is available online, and you will find a list of NMED Field Offices here.