Blueberry FestivalLabor Day WeekendSeptember 4 - 7, 2015Plymouth, Indiana
Marshall County Blueberry Festival 888-936-5020    574-936-5020       E-MAIL US

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Blueberry Festival Crafts

With over 400 crafters from all across the United States our vendors offer an extensive display of arts and crafts. Located throughout the park, festival goers can choose from unique handcrafted jewelry, wire art and pottery, to soaps, wood crafts and wreaths. Sales start Friday, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Monday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

2014 craft pictures

crafts@blueberryfestival.org

2014 craft vendor application pdf

Commercial Vendors

commercialbb@blueberryfestival.org
2014 commercial vendor application form (pdf)

Blueberry Festival Food

The Blueberry Festival offers over 100 food booths featuring a wide assortment of tastes. Blueberries of course including pies, cheese cake, donuts and who can resist great blueberry ice cream.

Come experience the flavors of the festival with pork chop sandwiches, Italian roast beef, corn on the cob and so much more.

2014 food

food@blueberryfestival.org

2014 food vendor application pdf

Inquiries for vendor space is taken on a year-round basis. You may download craft/commercial forms or food forms above. These forms may be filled out on your computer, saved and emailed to us or you may print them and mail by US mail. Craft & commercial vendors, send pictures of your booth and various items, email or regular mail. Food vendors send a copy of menu along with a picture and measurement of unit, (including the hitch). All inquiries are place on a waiting list.
Marshall County Blueberry Festival, P.O. Box 639, Plymouth, IN 46563

The blueberry of the genus Vaccinium, is a native American species. In fact the blueberry is one of a few fruits native to North America, cranberries and concord grapes are the others.