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DC Black Pride Guide 2018

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Vending & Exhibiting

Vendor & Exhibitor Application

We have exciting vending, tabling and exhibiting opportunities on

  • Friday, May 25, 12 – 9 p.m., Grand Hyatt Washington (host hotel)
  • Saturday, May 26, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m., Grand Hyatt Washington (host hotel)
  • Monday, May 28, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., Fort Dupont Park, 3600 Minnesota Ave SE, WDC 20019 (The Outdoor Festival in The Park)


  Non-Profit For-Profit
Host Hotel (Friday, May 25 and/or Saturday, May 26) $150 $200
Cultural Arts & Wellness Festival during The Outdoor Festival in The Park (Monday, May 28) $250 $350

Vendor/exhibitor applications must be submitted online. A complete description of item(s) to be vended or exhibited must be on the application.

CBE reserves the right to reject any application that is inconsistent with the organization’s mission. We further reserve the right to expel any vendor who exhibits products or services not reflected in their application. Rules and regulations concerning vending will be forwarded upon approval of application.

All non-profits must provide a copy of their IRS Nonprofit Determination approval letter.

Food vendors are not permitted. Electricity is not available.

Special Note for Cultural Arts & Wellness Festival

The 2018 DC Black Pride Cultural Arts & Wellness Festival is part of The Outdoor Festival in The Park presented in collaboration with Daryl Wilson Promotions at Fort Dupont Park. Standard space is one (1) 6 foot table, two (2) chairs. If you require additional tables or space there will be a fee, contact us by phone at 202.641.8527 with your intentions prior to the festival.


Applications must be finalized and paid in full by 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, May 16, 2018.


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