Taylor to Polk Block | South Side
Taylor to Polk Block | South Side

Taylor to Polk Block | South Side

Regular price $100.00
Unit price  per 

Saturday, May 2, 2020, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

  • Check-in begins at 7:00 am
  • Move-out begins at 4:00 pm
  • Booth diagram is approximate

If you need a double or triple booth purchase spaces consecutively.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is included in $100 fee?
It is a booth fee for a 12’ x 12’ space. Vendors are responsible for tents, tables, chairs, and electricity.
Where is Handmade in the Heights Located?
We are on Kavanaugh in the Heights from Polk St to Pierce St, Cinco de Heights will be from Pierce to Grant.
What happens if it rains on event day?
This event occurs rain or shine.
What about sales tax?
The state requires us to collect forms for each vendor the DAY OF THE EVENT. We will come by before closing to collect them, if you pay them independently, make a note on the form. If not, you will submit the sales tax for your sales in the provided envelope. EVERYONE must do a form that day.
How can I reach the organizers day of event?
We will provide a cell number day of to make it easier to catch us, until the event, please email intheheightslr@gmail.com
Can I park on a side street and move in?
NO! Everyone must come through check-in at the corner of Polk and Kavanaugh. Our suggestion is to come down Kavanaugh from Cantrell/Kavanaugh light in case a line has already formed. Once you are unloaded, you can go park your car. There is NO PARKING at the Heights Theater parking lot. It is a private lot and you will be towed.
When does Cinco de Heights happen?
They begin at 11 am and close down at 4.
When do I have to be gone from my booth space?
Kavanaugh will re-open at 6 pm so you must be completely cleared from the street and preferably already packed up.
What about bathrooms, etc?
Most of the neighborhood businesses will allow you to use their facilities and there will be a block of porta-potties on Pierce St. If you are solo working your booth, let us know if you need one of us to cover your booth while you go to the restroom.
How many people typically attend Handmade in the Heights?
Last year’s crowd was around 5,000 people.


NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED