Early bird registrations for Pride 2019 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.
Please read the Category Descriptions and Terms & Conditions carefully to ensure that you’re registering in the correct category. We are launching a new registration system this year, and each applicant will need to create a new account by selecting “Register”. Once you set up an account, going forward you will simply select “Log In”. Once you begin the registration process, it is understood that you have read and agreed to the terms and conditions made available to you here on our Streetfair information page.
All food vendors must provide proof of Food Handler Certificate accepted by the City of Toronto Public Health, and complete Temporary Food Establishment Application for Pride Toronto to submit to the City of Toronto Public Health.
Questions? Email the Streetfair Team at [email protected].
Streetfair Permit Categories
Pride Toronto’s Streetfair is broken up into three main categories: Community Fair, Marketplace and Food Vendors. Prospective participants should familiarize themselves with the categories, below, and register themselves for the one that most closely matches their business activities. If you need help making this decision, kindly email [email protected] for more information.
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 organizations who wish to sell items at the Streetfair. These vendors are only permitted to sell the items listed in their application; they cannot sell food, beverages, or anything with the Pride logo. Marketplace vendors are further subdivided into sub-categories. Please read the descriptions below to ensure you are registering in the correct category.
Food vendors sell food and beverages at their booths. 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. Food vendors are further subdivided into sub-categories. Please read the descriptions below to ensure 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.
Registered for-profit business with 2 or fewer physical stores/ retail outlets/ franchise/ online outlets in Canada only.
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.
Businesses with more than 2 physical outlets or presence outside of Canada. Must contact [email protected] 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 10×30 area. All elements of storage, cooking, and serving must be contained within the truck.