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 2021 MT Renaissance Application



Vendor Information

Food Vendors:  Pursuant to County regulations, food vendors must meet all County Food Service Rules and possess all necessary permits/licenses. Any food vendors who do not already possess a valid license must apply for and be granted license prior to applying. Proof of such license must be provided at least 7 days prior to the event. Visit www.riverstonehealth.org for further information.

Setup/Teardown:   All vendors must be set up by 9am Saturday and torn down by 8pm Sunday. Setup will be held on Thursday, September 2nd and Friday, September 3rd from 8am-6pm. Tear down will begin at 4pm on Sunday. If different times are needed, it must be approved by Kenneth the Humble in advance.

 All Vendors/Clans:  The food, goods and services we accept must relate to Ireland, Scotland, or Britain and/or relate to medieval/renaissance times (14th-17th century). A description of goods must be included with this application.  No camping inside of the main gates.  Booth assignments will be plotted and setup details provided closer to the event. You may use the service gate to bring your goods in; however, all vehicles must be parked in the main parking lot, absolutely no exceptions.  Please make any special booth requests on this application and we will make every effort to accommodate your needs. NO refunds.

Waiver: The vendor will not hold ZooMontana or the Montana Renaissance Festival responsible for any damage, expense or liability arising from any injury or damage to said participant, your agents or employees or to your property. The participant agrees to indemnify ZooMontana and the Montana Renaissance Festival for any and all damages, claims or disbursements made for or on behalf of the participant. Participants agree to not bring outside animals (with the exception of service animals) on Zoo grounds nor will they bring balloons, straws or confetti which are prohibited on zoo property. While on Zoo grounds participants and their employees are expected to follow ZooMontana policies. This includes, but is not limited to, wearing appropriate clothing, refraining from using offensive language, staying in public areas of the Zoo and treating animals and guests with respect. All children accompanying vendors must be supervised at all times.