Food Vendors

Celtic Pig Food trucks, restaurants and nonprofit food booths are invited to help feed the crowd!

Click HERE to download and complete the Food Vendor Application. For questions, please contact Roberta Heiman at (812) 454-6785 or robertaheiman43@gmail.com.

Evansville Streets Alive (ESA) FOOD VENDOR FAQ’s & Rules

Who are Food Vendors?
Food vendors are restaurants, food trucks and farmers market-style booths. We ask that you advertise at least one healthy option on your menu.

Do I need to pay?
Yes. There is a $30 non-refundable registration fee. Please indicate on application if electrical source required ($10 electrical fee applied).

Do I get to pick my location on the route?
Food Vendors are assigned a location by Evansville Streets Alive organizers. Food Vendors will be given a space of approximately 20’ x 20’. If you need more space, please let us know on your application.

Where do I park?
Information regarding parking, event placement, restrooms, set up and break down will be provided by our Logistics Team two weeks before the event date.

What happens if it rains the day of the event?
We all get wet together.

Do I get a social media shout-out?
All Food Vendors registered by the deadline receive a mention on social media.

Do I get on a map?
YES! We list all Food Vendors registered by the deadline on our event map. Help fill the streets with potential customers by posting event flyers in your business, sharing a blurb on your social media, or including us in an email to your customers along with any special plans you have for the day.

Food vendors must abide to rules and regulations below:

  • Vendors agree to maintain the dignity and integrity of Evansville Streets Alive as a healthy and family-friendly event.
  • Food Vendor understands and agrees to fill out and turn in a Temporary Food Vendor application with the Vanderburgh County Health Department http://www.evansvillegov.org/Index.aspx?page=620.
  • ESA is a litter-free event. We ask vendors and activity leaders not to distribute literature, pamphlets, brochures, business cards etc. An alternative way to market services/products is to collect names, addresses or emails on a sign-up form at your booth. Or, make available a QR code for social media/websites at your booth for festival-goers to scan with their smart phones.
  • The vendor is responsible for any loss or damage to the booth, merchandise, and/or the vendor equipment during ESA.
  • Vendors are required to be setup by 10 AM. Vendors may not dissemble set-up prior to 4PM. Must have booth staffed at all time during event. Vendors will need to supply their own tables, chairs, tent, water, generators warmer/cooling device, display items, electrical hook-ups and other equipment. Please indicate on application if electrical source required ($10 electrical fee applied).
  • Vendors are responsible to abide by all applicable laws, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to health, fire prevention, public safety, business licenses, and sales tax permit.
  • No vending is allowed without advance permission provided by ESA organizers. Evansville Streets Alive allows for food and arts/crafts vendors.
  • Food vendors must list Evansville-area Trails Coalition and ECHO Housing Corporation as a rider on Insurance Policy for May 20, 2017, and provide proof by March 1, 2017.

Mail completed form with registration fee(s) to:

Evansville Streets Alive!

c/o Evansville-area Trails Coalition

PO Box 5644

Evansville, IN 47716

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Application and payment must be received by March 1, 2017