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Exhibitors


Exhibitors.

The Capital Pride Festival provides your organization or business a great opportunity to engage an audience that is the largest and most diverse in the national Capital Region.  It also provides a one of a kind backdrop that is on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the U.S. Capitol.  The 2014 festival will take place on Sunday, June 8, 2014 from 12pm – 7pm (please note new hours). Entertainment will continue until 9pm on the Capitol Stage.

Registered vendors may attend the festival vendor orientation on Wednesday, May 14th at 6:30pm.  Location TBD.

The online orientation will be posted to this web page in early May.

The orientation packet contains all the information festival exhibitors need to know for a successful experience.  Please refer to the document often.

Registration

www.capitalpride.org/register

 

Add-ons to current registration

If you have already registered, but would like to add additional chairs or tables to your booth; or add another 10×10 space; or add electricity to your booth, please click here.

 

Amenities

As an exhibitor you will be provided a 10′x10′ tent, with 1 table and 2 chairs.  You have the option to upgrade to a 10′x20′ or10′x30′ at an additional cost.  Electricity is available at an additional cost.  

 

Booth Assignments

When you register you will have the option to select your top 3 zone choices.  A zone is a specific section in the festival.  Booth assignments will be emailed and posted on the website before June 4th. 

 

Taste @ Pride!

Are you a local restaurant?  If yes, we encourage you to participate in Taste @ Pride, a select experience for attendees to sample some of your finest and favorite dishes.  Participating restaurants are asked to provide a minimum 500 tastings.  A unique exhibition space will be created within a shaded tented area.  Electricity will be provided as needed.  There is no cost to participate.  More information available in 2013.

Pride in Art

The festival committee is also strengthening its connection to the visual arts with a new zone for 2014.  Located between 4th and Constitution on Pennsylvania Avenue, Capital Pride is dedicated to LGBTA educational and cultural activism.  

“Pride in Art,”  is a showcase of LGBTA artisans at the annual street festival.  The Pride in Art theme is “Build Your Bright Future” to coincide with Capital Pride’s 2014 theme.

Sales Tax Form

All vendors selling products or merchandise at the festival are required to pay DC Sales Tax.  Click here for the required tax form:

http://otr.cfo.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/otr/publication/attachments/2013_fr-800se_fill-in.pdf

 

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