Gulf Coast Equality Fest 2022
Below you will find the vendor registration form and vendor fee payment buttons.
Be sure to fill out the application first and press send at the bottom of it before making your vendor payment.
Electricity is a separate charge (if needed). Click and pay for it after doing your vendor fee.
All vendor fees are due when you submit your application or it will not be processed and your spot will not be reserved.
You will be sent an email confirmation when your application has been processed.
Multi-level marketing companies: The following companies have a representative already registered as a vendor for the festival - Paparazzi Jewelry, Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, Senegence, and Color Street Nails.
Food Vendors: Please drop up a message on our home page before registering to be sure your product hasn't already been filled.
VENDOR FEE PAYMENTS
Click below to process your vendor fee payment.
If your are buying electricity, it will be a separate charge.
Click on the electricity link below to pay.
10 X 10 for-profit vendor booths not food related.
10 X 10 for-profit food vendor booths.
Electricity service charge (if needed)
10 X 10 501(c)(3) nonprofit booths.
By sending this vendor application to Gulf Coast Equality Fest you, as the vendor, agree to the following:
All vendor applications are subject to approval by Gulf Coast Equality Fest. To the fullest extent permitted by law, you (the vendor) shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless, Gulf Coast Equality, Gulf Coast Equality Fest, Harrah's Gulf Coast, Scarlet Pearl Casino, Gulf Coast Equality Fest volunteers, entertainment, or anyone acting upon their behalf. This applies to all claims, actions, suits, causes of action, or demands which arise or are in any way connected with the acts or omissions of you, your employees, directors, officials, agents, volunteers, or persons acting on your behalf. We will not be responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen materials caused by weather, elements of nature (e.g., fire or rain), or theft. All vendors are responsible for collecting Mississippi sales tax (7 percent) by the State of Mississippi and turning it in at the end of the festival to Gulf Coast Equality Fest.