Exhibit Space & Food Concessions at the Fair
Imagine more than 700,000+ people visiting your business, all in a 17-day span.
We have great success stories from vendors that participate for the first time or those that continue to return, year after year. We also have success stories by some businesses who swear that their businesses were launched because of their exposure at our Fair.
You too can introduce your business and interact with British Columbians and those from beyond by securing a space for the upcoming Fair. The majority of the retail spaces are in the MarketPlace inside the historic PNE Forum Building which is ideal for supplies, housewares, accessories, gifts and electronics. There are additional 115 acres of Outside Grounds space available for concessions, mobile boutiques, outdoor supplies and furniture shopping booths, attractions and rides too. Food vendors will be situated all over the Fair grounds, arranged in rows of food zones.
Those wishing to participate in this year’s Fair as a commercial exhibitor or a food concessionaire need to apply for space. There is a selection process, which follows the renewal process for current vendors, that takes place in the early spring. After the renewal process, we will know what space is available.
All available information about booth pricing, selection process, items required to operate a booth, insurance requirements, payment schedule, etc. are available by clicking on one of the downloadable information pieces below.
If you’re a returning vendor, you should have already received your renewal application in the mail. Please note that receiving a renewal application does not imply or guarantee space including retaining the same space from previous years.
Please note that receiving a renewal application does not imply or guarantee space including retaining the same space from previous years.
Please note that in the best interest of the experience of our guests, we do not accept applications to exhibit, display or sample onsite from individuals or groups in the following categories:
- Religious groups promoting any type of faith-based messaging (long term grandfathered partners in this category will be phased out over time)
- Political groups
- Special interest advocacy groups (any group that promotes a message that criticizes another individual or organization’s beliefs, policies or behaviors in any way)