Registrations for Pride 2016 Streetfair are now open!
Spaces are limited and demand is high, so get in now to be one of the many Marketplace, Community Fair, and Food vendors lining the streets of the festival site.
Register by February 29th to qualify for Early Bird discounts!
Pride 2016 Streetfair Dates and Times:
- Friday July 1 – 7 PM to 2 AM
- Saturday July 2 – 12 PM to 2 AM
- Sunday July 3 – 12 PM to 11 PM
Please read all documents carefully!
Registration is open until May 1st 2016. Cancelled booths are eligible for a refund, minus the 20% admin fee, until May 1st. After May 1st no refunds will be issued.
Each vendor must be insured to the amount of $2 million dollars. Pride Toronto must be added as an “additional named insured” in the amount of $2 million dollars on your General Liability Insurance. An original insurance certificate and all other appropriate documents must be uploaded to your online application.
Questions? Email the Streetfair Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read the Category Descriptions below and Terms and Conditions carefully to ensure that you’re registering in the correct category.
Streetfair Permit Categories
Community Fair booths are open to community groups, registered charities and non-profits, trade unions, government agencies and departments, political parties, and student groups. Community Fair participants are not permitted to sell anything at their booths, and may not display the logos of any organization other than their own.
Marketplace booths are open to for-profit enterprises and those organizations who wish to sell items at their booths. These vendors are only permitted to sell the items listed in their application, no food or beverages, and may not sell anything with the Pride logo on it. Please read the category descriptions below carefully to ensure that you are registering in the correct category.
Food vendors are subject to a $500 security deposit, which will be refunded after the festival provided the vendor has adhered to all terms and conditions. All food vendor applicants will be approved based on a combination of first-come, first-served, and curatorial decisions to ensure a wide variety of food across the festival site. Please read the category descriptions below carefully to ensure that you are registering in the correct category.
Marketplace Category Descriptions
This category is intended to highlight for small, local, independent artisans. All items sold must have been entirely hand crafted by the vendor themselves, and unavailable for purchase at a physical outlet. May include artists with independent websites, dependent on size and distribution, subject to the discretion of Pride Toronto.
Businesses whose products are not handmade, but do not have a physical retail outlet. Also includes artisans whose work is available for purchase at physical outlets or a dedicated online space with national or international distribution, subject to the discretion of Pride Toronto.
Registered for-profit business with 2 or fewer physical stores/ retail outlets/ franchise/ online outlets in Canada only.
Open to all categories; permits the holder to hand out branded samples of non-edible products throughout the festival site. Must contact Ben Freeman at Ben@pridetoronto.com before registering.
Food Vendor Category Descriptions
Vendors must contain their entire operations within a 10×10 footprint, including all storage, serving, and cooking surfaces.
Trucks must fit entirely within a 10×20 area. All elements of storage, cooking, and serving must be contained within the truck.
1371471 Ontario Ltd (Perogies)
AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT)
All Natural Pomegranate Juice
Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention
Amnesty International Toronto’s LGBTI Action Circle
Asian Community AIDS Services (ACAS)
Assaulted Women’s Helpline
BerryFresh Fruit Co
Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention
Boston Terrier Rescue Canada
Canadian Aviation Pride
Canadian Cancer Society
Canadian Cultural Society of the Deaf
Centre Francophone de Toronto
Correctional Services Recruitment Unit
David Kelley Services (Family Service Toronto)
Deaf Outreach Program
Delisle Youth Services
Dirt Squirrel Inc.
Drawn by Jodi
Durham Regional Police Service
Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter
Fierte Montreal Pride
Fit By Fenton
Funnel Cake Express
G Fox & Co
Gay Tank Top
Green Party of Canada
Henna by Hailey
Henna4You c/o Kutumba Consulting
Hoorag Canada/Bohemian Warrior
I Love Churros
Ice Cream and Then Sum
Jeff’s Gourmate Catering
KYR Royale Inc.
Lakeshore Area Multi-Service Project Inc (LAMP)
Liberal Party of Canada
Mata Petisco Bar
Millions of dates – Dating Services INC.
NDP (New Democratic Party)
Nharo African Art and Craft Inc
Ontario College of Teachers
Ontario Humanist Society
Ontario Liberal Party
Ontario Provincial Police
Ontario SPCA Provincial Education & Animal Centre
OSSTF Human Rigths Committee
Out & Out Club (Toronto) Inc
Peachy Keen Pets
Planned Parenthood Toronto
Poutini’s House of Poutine
Rainbow Toastmasters Toronto
Rosedale Wellness Centre
Schipano Fine Foods
Scouts Canada -Greater Toronto Council
Seeds of Hope Foundation/6 St. Joseph House/The Yellow Door
Social Perception and Cognition Lab
Spring Rolls (MII sandwich)
St. John’s West Toronto Anglican Chruch
Synergy Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation
The BBQ Gourmet
The centre for Spanish Speaking Peoples
The Heterosexuals for Same Sex Equality
The House of Sass & Magic (HouseSM)
The Monarch Hair Studio
The Neighbourhood Group ( Central Neighbourhood House)
Toronto Bisexual Network
Toronto People With AIDS Foundation
Toronto Police Service
Toronto Public Health – The Works Van
Toronto Spartan Volleyball League (TSVL)
Toronto Vegetarian Association
UFCW Canada (United Food and Commercial Workers Canada)
Umbrella Mental Health Network
Waterloo Regional Police Service
Women’s Health in Women’s Hands CHC
York Federation of Students
York Regional Police Uniform Recruiting Unit