Festival dates: 28th  FEBRUARY – 2nd March 2020




EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST close: 29th november 2019




For any further info, please get in touch with our Stalls Coordinator at stalls@nannupmusicfestival.org

Our markets enjoy public access which means that your stall is accessible by over 10,000 visitors and festival goers over the festival long weekend. The markets are an integral part of the overall festival experience and we’re looking for stallholders who embrace the ethos of our event. We love vendors who offer fresh and healthy food and drinks, creative artisans and makers with unique products, ethically sourced and upcycled merch, vintage treasures, healing services, info stalls by not-for-profits and NGOs. If you have a quirky, awesome idea for a stall that doesn’t exactly fit the above description, we still want to hear from you!
Please note that we usually receive more applications than can be accommodated. Some stalls are not accepted mainly for reasons of duplication. We also like to provide our patrons with a few new vendors each year. Non-acceptance is not always a reflection on your quality.


We are committed to reducing the festival’s impact on our planet and we ask our stallholders to be part of the solution. We promote a BYO water bottle and cup policy and provide water refill stations around the festival site. We serve our Festival Bush Breakfast on reusable serveware that we wash at our bush breakfast wash-down station. We favour stalls that use completely compostable takeaway and packaging solutions and we encourage stallholders and patrons to use cutlery and crockery from our second wash-down station, located at our main food court. We are aware that that the recycling industry is broken so we endeavour to be a plastic free festival.

We ask that no plastic or styrofoam is used in your:

  • food and drink serveware (including lids)
  • cutlery
  • straws
  • drinks for sale (including water)
  • bags
  • packaging

We also don’t permit:

  • glitter
  • balloons

Solid fuel is not allowed as our festival usually runs during a Total Fire Ban.

You can read more about our environmental sustainability efforts here.

Find out about the Shire of Nannup regulations for Temporary Food Premises here.