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The Boulder Creek Festival Marketplace is proud to host a diverse selection of Local Vendors, Artisans, Fine Art Vendors, Wellness and Community Partners, Nonprofits, and more! Stay tuned to see the full list of 2022 vendors.

Boulder Creek Festival® is proud to host a diverse selection of food. Expect to find everything from carnival food to healthy options throughout the fair. Check out Boulder Eats for local restaurants.

 View the vendor application to participate.

Join us at the Boulder Creek Festival Marketplace. We’ll be ringing in the summer months with live music, food trucks, games, classic carnival foods, and more. This year, we’re including a comedy show and a live art show. The Boulder Creek Festival is located along 9th and 13th street between Arapahoe and Canyon Road. Hosted annually for more than 30 years, the event is the unofficial kickoff to summer in Boulder, and features three days of festivities, including bands and performances; food and beverage, ranging from food trucks to healthy vegetarian eats; a curated marketplace showcasing local makers, fine art and more; a business bazaar; and a Creekside for Kids area with family-friendly activities and entertainment. At its core, the festival is a Boulder-centric event produced for and by the community. This event is free to the public and requires no ticket. This year, there will be a ticketed Beer Fest for those who are over twenty-one years old. Join us at the Boulder Creek Festival on May 28th, 29th, and 30th, 2022. We’ll be ringing in the summer months with live music, food trucks, games, classic carnival foods, and more. This year, we’re including a comedy show and a live art show. The Boulder Creek Festival is located along 9th and 13th street between Arapahoe and Canyon Road. Hosted annually for more than 30 years, the event is the unofficial kickoff to summer in Boulder, and features three days of festivities, including bands and performances; food and beverage, ranging from food trucks to healthy vegetarian eats; a curated marketplace showcasing local makers, fine art and more; a business bazaar; and a Creekside for Kids area with family-friendly activities and entertainment. At its core, the festival is a Boulder-centric event produced for and by the community.
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