BANDON — Sign up for the Bandon Cranberry Festival and join the longest-running festival on the Oregon Coast. Artisans, crafters and food vendors are invited to share their talents and sell their goods at the festival market Sept. 9 and 10.
The festival draws the largest attendance of any Bandon community event. And 2016 was a record-setting year - roughly 15,000 residents and visitors attended festival events through the weekend. Cranberry Festival activities and outdoor vendor market areas are centered in Bandon's Historic Old Town, on the Coquille River waterfront.
Visit bandon.com/cranberry-festival for festival details, vendor applications and lodging information, or call the Bandon Chamber of Commerce at 541-347-9616.
Vendor booths feature food, beverages, art and hand-crafted products. Vendor products are juried, and the number of entries is limited. Booth prices vary by product type and electricity is available by advance request.
Not-for-profit organizations serving Oregon's South Coast residents are invited to take advantage of complimentary booth space at the Bandon Cranberry Festival in exchange for providing a family friendly game or activity.
All booths must be staffed from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Set-up is welcome Friday evening, Sept. 8. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis, so sign up early.