- What is San Francisco Bazaar?
- What kinds of crafts will be there?
- When and where is this show being held?
- How do I apply for your show?
- What does it mean when you say you're a “juried craft fair”?
- Do vendors need a CA seller's permit?
- What promotional opportunities are available through the San Francisco Bazaar?
- Who are the people behind San Francisco Bazaar?
- How can I get involved?
Bazaar Bizarre began in 2001 in the Boston-area as an offbeat entertainment extravaganza to showcase the DIY movement and handmade goods. It has spread across the nation to cities such as Los Angeles, Cleveland, Maker Faire Bay Area and Austin. San Francisco Bazaar is the west coast branch of this faire. Expect a Handmade market, Indie entertainment extravaganza and D.I.Y. Festival all under one roof!
Each year San Francisco Bazaar features hundreds of juried artists and designers. Shoppers can expect to find the crème de la crème of indie goods: handbags, pottery, letterpress stationary, silk-screened t-shirts, baby clothes, zines, posters, body products and more! Check out our Flickr Photo Page for images of past events or our Vendor Gallery for the vendors selling at our upcoming show!
Locations vary in each show.Please visit each show page to determine the venue.
We welcome you to join our mailing list. We will send noftications about future show applications to this list first. Vendor applications are juried by a rotating panels of guest judges.
San Francisco Bazaar is a juried event with rotating guest judges from the greater craft community. San Francisco Bazaar supports artists and craftspeople that appeal to the aesthetic of the indie art and craft scene and have innovative approaches to traditional craft forms. We do not accept all our applicants and traditionally we have had more applicants than spaces available for our show.
Yes. All our vendors must have a temporary or permanent CA reseller's permit by the time you vend with us. California law states that you must have a resale certificate in order to make sales. You are considered a retailer if you are selling any tangible items to customers.
Sponsorships and Advertising opportunities are available. Please see our Sponsorship Page for more information. Have other ideas about how to cross-promote? E-mail us, we're happy to talk to you!
The San Francisco Bazaar SF is powered by creative, passionate and dedicated people. It could not be produced without all the efforts of our customers, vendors (past and present) and volunteers. YOU are the people behind San Francisco Bazaar and we thank you for continuing to support our locally produced show!
The show is managed by the following team:
Jamie Chan & Blas Herrera: Founders of San Francisco Bazaar
Kimberly Chan: Production Manager & Architect of Awesomeness
Laura Henry: Web Master & Green Thumb
Doug MacNeil: Blog Editor & Patron Saint of Lost Books
Katy Bowen: Set Designer andGnome Wrangler
Jaime Zollars: Artistic Director & Manager of Magic and Whimsy
Sabrina Mutukisna – Food Coordinator & Social Chef
Christina Loff – Public Relations & Networking Maven
Cody Vrosh – Vendor relations & illustrious illustrator
Drop us an E-mail. We're looking for volunteers, new collaborators and more!