Book Vendor Site
COVID-19: Kapiti Food Fair is good to go at Alert Level 1. We will use the events sector voluntary code developed by NZEA for Level 1 conditions in New Zealand.
WE ARE OPEN FOR VENDOR REGISTRATION with maximum 250 sites at the Kapiti Food Fair to be held on Saturday 4 December 2021 from 10am to 4pm at the Mazengarb Reserve. We will close vendor registration on Monday 4 October 2021 to allow time for the Site Map to be finalised and published. There is no refund to any vendor withdrawing from the Fair or any extraordinary weather event making the Fair impossible to run.
Once your booking is submitted online, the Kapiti Food Fair will confirm all Vendor bookings and email an invoice that needs to be paid within 14 days of the invoice date. The Fair will also email each Vendor a Kapiti Coast District Council (KCDC) Stallholder Application for hygiene requirements at the Fair - there is no fee for this application. In addition, a Special Liquor Licence Application for tastings and off-licence sales will be sent to Liquor Vendors - this will cost approximately $63 and is paid to KCDC. These Applications need to be sent promptly to KCDC so we know our values of being a Professional, Healthy and Hygienic event are top of mind for all Vendors attending the Fair.
Notes for Ready to Eat vendors
When completing the booking form, Ready to Eat means, food to be consumed on the day while at the Fair either from food trucks or Vendors operating under gazebo. Please create a menu with small serves that are ideally priced between $2 to $10 - free samples are encouraged so visitors can spread their taste sensations broadly within their budget. If you have any special requests about your site eg facing away from the morning sun, next to another Vendor, corner site etc, please state in the Site Description field. We have limited on-site power so requests will be considered yet not all will be approved. We charge an additional $15 per item needing to be powered. If you need power, please list the appliances that need connecting. Appliances must be domestic grade, be tested & tagged and be able to operate off a 10 AMP or 15 AMP connection. The Fair contracts an on-site electrician (Brien Electrical) to plan and set-up the power grid. Food trucks need to operate independently off their own on-board QUIET generator. If anything is unclear on your booking, we will phone you. :)
For vendor enquiries contact: Helene Judge | 027 244 9585 or view vendor information here >>
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