In addition to a great music line-up, we also curate a wonderful selection of craft vendors. If you'd like to apply to sell your wares at the event this year, please fill out this application: 
 

 

Preview our 2018 Craft Vendors:

TARP + TAPESTRY = TARPESTRY!
The Tarpestry is a soft and durable weather-resistant outdoor blanket that puts a layer between you and nature, with style.  Born in Colorado and now built in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, our products are made for adventure.

TARP + TAPESTRY = TARPESTRY! The Tarpestry is a soft and durable weather-resistant outdoor blanket that puts a layer between you and nature, with style. Born in Colorado and now built in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, our products are made for adventure.

Beeju Creative 

My name is Meagan.  I am the designer, owner and maker of Beeju Creative. We are a family run business, meaning, my husband Morgan supports where and when he can. I design & create unique jewelry and accoutrements. I use up-cycled upholstery leather as my main design aesthetic, incorporating different unique techniques to create various designs. Our vintage brass & bead components are from former U.S. east coast brass industries. Other metals used are U.S. made, non toxic antiqued pure brass, sourced from a female owned, family run business. I sculpt precious metal clay, made from recycled metals and organic binders and utilize my original artwork into screen printing for some of my leather pieces. we also offer a unique Aromatherapy Jewelry line using quality pure lava stone and our up-cycled leather pieces.

Hand Made in the mountains of Asheville, NC

Beeju Creative

My name is Meagan. I am the designer, owner and maker of Beeju Creative. We are a family run business, meaning, my husband Morgan supports where and when he can. I design & create unique jewelry and accoutrements. I use up-cycled upholstery leather as my main design aesthetic, incorporating different unique techniques to create various designs. Our vintage brass & bead components are from former U.S. east coast brass industries. Other metals used are U.S. made, non toxic antiqued pure brass, sourced from a female owned, family run business. I sculpt precious metal clay, made from recycled metals and organic binders and utilize my original artwork into screen printing for some of my leather pieces. we also offer a unique Aromatherapy Jewelry line using quality pure lava stone and our up-cycled leather pieces.

Hand Made in the mountains of Asheville, NC

Handmade Artisan Jewelry: 
Natural Stones, Bones, and Sterling 
-Heavily influenced by the styles of the seventies, and traditional Native American design with an interest in bones and other organics-

Handmade Artisan Jewelry: Natural Stones, Bones, and Sterling -Heavily influenced by the styles of the seventies, and traditional Native American design with an interest in bones and other organics-

ARTeries Mobile Boutique 

ARTeries by Stina is for "every woman that wants a dress that no one else has".
It's true! We women folk, want to be individuals, unique yet comfortable, sophisticated yet sassy. ARTeries by Stina clothing and accessories set us apart from the familiar by combining old clothes with new bold ideas.

ARTeries Mobile Boutique

ARTeries by Stina is for "every woman that wants a dress that no one else has". It's true! We women folk, want to be individuals, unique yet comfortable, sophisticated yet sassy. ARTeries by Stina clothing and accessories set us apart from the familiar by combining old clothes with new bold ideas.

Rabbit Run Studios

Themes of music, Americana, pop-culture and bits of Southern Gothic often recur in my work, plus I’m a fantasy/sci-fi geek so that creeps in too.  I really enjoy creating these images on wood, paper, canvas, and screen prints. Recent gallery works have mostly been traditional media but digital paintings are a big part of my work. Keep an eye out for my booth at a variety of arts festivals in the Southeast.

Rabbit Run Studios

Themes of music, Americana, pop-culture and bits of Southern Gothic often recur in my work, plus I’m a fantasy/sci-fi geek so that creeps in too. I really enjoy creating these images on wood, paper, canvas, and screen prints. Recent gallery works have mostly been traditional media but digital paintings are a big part of my work. Keep an eye out for my booth at a variety of arts festivals in the Southeast.