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Renegade Craft Fair

Seattle Participation Kit

Congratulations on your acceptance to Renegade Craft Seattle!

We are so excited to have you as a part of our community! Please read through our Participation Kit to get ready for the Fair. Please take a moment to click through and read each section, which has detailed and important information. We can’t wait to see you and what you’ve been making!


Congrats, you’ve been accepted to Renegade Seattle!

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Prior to the Fair, send us your questions and ideas via email to Info@RenegadeCraft.com. We will get back to you asap during regular working hours M-TH.

At The Fair

During the weekend of the Fair, you can find our team at our Info Booth located near the entrance of the venue.

There is not an official check-in, but please feel free to pop by our Info Booth at anytime to say Hi, ask a question, share ideas, or meet the Renegade team.

We will have complimentary enamel pins and stickers available while supplies last.

Text or Call

You can also call or text our on-site crew on the Rc hotline phone. That number is: 312-723-5867.

Your Onsite Crew

☺︎ Meet our team here


Hangar 30 @ Magnuson Park

See photos of our last fair here on our Flickr to get a better idea of the event!


6310 NE 74th St. Seattle, WA 98115

  • The Fair will be open 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. both days.
  • This Fair is indoors with food trucks outdoors.
  • The event will go on rain or shine.
  • Leashed pets and service animals are welcome to join in on the fun!
  • There will be a few food and coffee options at the event. You are also welcome to bring your own food and beverages or get delivery to the fair.
Venue Character

Located in northeast Seattle’s Warren G. Magnuson Park, Hangar 30 is a bright space with high ceilings – tall enough for seaplanes! Expect varying natural light, with a crisp occasional breeze, and shoppers coming through from a walk in the park.

Hangar 30 @ Magnuson Park is entirely ground level and accessible, including two accessible parking spaces near the hangar entrance.

Please feel free to contact us with any further accessibility questions you may have.



Head here to reserve rental items, including, tables, chairs, garment racks, and table linens.

+ Rental orders are due by March 31.

If you rented tables or clothing racks through us, these will be placed in your booth for you. If you rented chairs or table linens, you will need to pick them up from the Rental Depot, located next to the Info booth during load-in.


We offer WiFi rental through Starlink that will provide more reliable service for the weekend. You can rent that ahead of time for $40 for the weekend, or it will be available onsite for $50.

The City of Seattle also has free WiFi you can connect to, however the network can get crowded and spotty, so we recommend contacting your cellular service provider for a mobile hotspot, running offline sales, or this universal hotspot (though we cannot guarantee it is a good fit for everyone, please confirm with your cellular provider). In any case, please test your tech before the event.


If you requested access to electricity in your application, we will do our best to curate your booth near an outlet. Please bring an extension cord and tape in case it’s needed. If you aren’t located near an outlet, you are welcome to bring portable charging devices, lights, and the like.

Depending on which size booth you applied for, your footprint at the Fair measures 4’x8’ for a shared booth, 8’x8’’ for a full booth, or 8’x16′ for a double booth.

Each 8’x8′ booth will be marked on the ground in chalk. There is no pipe or drape to divide each booth, so please plan accordingly. Be mindful of your setup to ensure the back and sides of your booth aren’t obtrusive to your booth neighbors.

Only the items you applied with are allowed to be sold at the event. If you outsource any of the items in your collection, you may only sell the items you’ve designed or made yourself.

If you signed up for a shared booth, you will receive your booth mate’s contact information after curation around March 26.

Please get in touch with each other as soon as you are introduced to discuss your shared booth setup and rentals as needed.

Shared Booth Setups

Please note that shared booths most typically are oriented with the shortest side facing the aisle. Shared booths at this Fair are 4′ wide x 8′ deep. Please work with your booth partner and plan accordingly so that shoppers can browse both of your setups. Read more on sharing a booth here.

Here are a handful of diagrams to give you some ideas on how you could set up a shared booth space. The diagrams are to scale, so please notice how the displays fit within the booth and how much space is available for attendees to browse both of your products.


Booth Number

Your Booth Assignment, the Roster, and Map will be posted after curation is complete, around March 26. Please keep an eye out for an email update from us!


Click the tile for your business on the Roster and make sure all looks great. Here you will find your:

  • Booth Number
  • Artist Profile
  • Location
  • Instagram Link

Your tile and profile will also be added to our Collective, you’re in great company! Please reach out if you need any updates.


If you requested a corner placement in your application, we’ll try our best to accommodate your request, however corner placements are not guaranteed. Please see the map for your booth placement.

Friday Early Load-In

We offer a 2-hour early load-in time on Friday, April 19 between 3–5 p.m. We strongly recommend taking advantage of Friday load-in to make Saturday morning a breeze. On Friday, all vendors must complete their set up and leave the venue by 5 p.m.

Saturday + Sunday Morning

Load-in will be staggered in 2 groups between 8 and 9 a.m. on Saturday. Each group will be given 30 minutes to load into their assigned booth location and will have until 11 a.m. to set up. Load-in begins at 9 a.m. on Sunday for everybody.

Load-In Groups
  • 8:00 a.m. » Booths 8-29, 48-69, 88-109, & 128-149
  • 8:30 a.m. » Booths 1-7, 30-47, 70-87, 110-127, & 150-157
Load In Procedure

All unloading and loading must be done from public parking spaces. We suggest parking in the lot next to NE 74th St. and Sportsfield Dr., just southeast of the venue in between the Tennis Center at Sand Point and the Magnuson Park Playground, and using a hand truck to load in from there.

This is the closest permitted parking to the venue. Additional parking can be found near Arena Sports (north of the venue) and the Park and Ride for Magnuson Frog Pond (Southeast of the venue).

Other Load in Options

You can also take a ride share to the venue and unload in front of the venue from there. This will help free up parking in the area for shoppers as well.


If you rented tables or clothing racks through Rc, these will be placed in your booth for you. If you rented chairs or table linens, you will need to pick them up from the Rental Depot, located next to the Info booth during load-in.

  • If you arrive earlier than your load-in time, you will not be permitted to enter the site. We are setting up and prepping for your arrival up to load in time and appreciate your patience!
  • Please follow instructions from our load-in team, venue staff, and security.
  • If driving, we suggest taking the first and closest parking space you can find and using a hand truck or cart to load in from your parking space to avoid traffic congestion.
  • We will have a handful of hand trucks available for vendors to use for load-in and out. The hand trucks will be available on a first-come-first-served basis and will require a photo I.D. as collateral.
  • Vendors are not permitted to spread out into empty booths outside of their assigned booth footprint. Please come see us at the Info Booth if you’d like to upgrade your booth size.
  • Each 8’x8′ booth will be marked on the ground in chalk. There is no pipe or drape to divide each booth, so please plan accordingly. Be mindful of your setup to ensure the back and sides of your booth aren’t obtrusive to your booth neighbors. Thank you!

Closest parking to the venue is located at lot W6 listed here.

We strongly encourage vendors to carpool and utilize ride services when possible.

The venue will be secured and closed overnight; however, we encourage you to take anything valuable with you for the night!

If you do choose to leave your displays, merchandise, etc., please note that anything you leave overnight is done so at your own risk.

Doors will open to vendors promptly at 9 a.m. on Sunday, so please also keep this in mind when considering leaving anything overnight.

The venue and Renegade Craft Fair are not responsible for any damages or theft that may occur.

Breakdown begins at 5 p.m. Please do not pack up early unless it’s in case of an emergency.

Load-out will happen the same way as load-in. Help us make this a smooth and easy load-out by packing up your booth before bringing your car around.

Vendors are responsible for disposing of their own trash at the end of the night! Thank you for doing your part, we appreciate it.

In the event that an emergency situation does force Renegade Craft to evacuate the venue, we must do so in a calm and safe manner. The below information is to help you best prepare yourself and your team in case of evacuation.

We recommend you have a plan in place with the people working in your booth. Have each other’s contact info and designate a place to meet, this could be a vehicle or planned location ahead of time. The best course is to start a group text or email at the beginning of the day and stay in touch as needed. Look for the exit(s) closest and most convenient to access from to your booth.

If there is a possibility of evacuation due to weather, you will be warned as much in advance as possible, and we will keep you updated as decisions are being made both via email and text to contacts you provided prior to the event. Wait until weather has subsided before making your way back to the venue.

When you hear the evacuation (fire) alarm or are told to evacuate the building:

• Remain calm.
• Immediately shut down all hazardous operations.
• Leave quickly.
• You may take valuables such as cash boxes, tablets, computers or phones that are close at hand, but do not attempt to take large or heavy objects or any of your merchandise. Do not attempt to re-enter the building to retrieve forgotten items.
• Proceed as quickly as possible, but in an orderly manner. Do not push or shove. Hold handrails when you are walking on stairs.
• Go in one direction toward the nearest exit doors to your booth location. See map.
• Once out of the building, move away from the structure.
• Do not block roadways that emergency vehicles might use.
• Remain in the assembly area and await further instruction from Renegade Staff, Venue Staff, Event Security, or Emergency Responders.

Emergency Assembly Areas

In the event of a building evacuation, all persons may assemble in the following area:

• The primary area is the W6 parking lot just south of the venue where load-in and load-out is staged from.
• If this location is not available, alternative assembly areas may be designated by Renegade Staff, Venue Staff, Event Security, or Emergency Responders.


We have your credit card stored on file and will charge your booth fee on or shortly after March 18. Thank you!

If you requested an upgraded corner placement and received one, we will charge your credit card on or after March 26.

If for any reason we’re unable to charge your card, we will send you an invoice. Thanks!

In the event you must cancel your participation:

  • If you cancel before or on the cancellation deadline of March 17, we will not charge the booth fee. If you cancel your participation after the cancellation deadline of March 17 we can not offer a refund.
  • The $35 application fee for each event canceled is nonrefundable.
  • Once you cancel, you forfeit your spot in the Fair and you are not permitted to sell or trade your space.
City of Seattle Business License

Participants that hold a 2024 City of Seattle Business License Tax Certificate must  email us their license number by April 1 if you didn’t include it in your original application. Your license number can typically be found at the top of your City of Seattle Business License Tax Certificate, example pictured below. If you do not hold a Seattle business license, your business license is expired, or do not provide us your license number by April 1, we will charge your credit card on file a $20 fee to cover Renegade’s Trade Show Application fees to the City of Seattle.

For more information, please visit the City of Seattle website. If you are unsure whether or not you need a Seattle business license, please contact the City at  or (206) 684-8484. Please note that Renegade is not qualified to provide licensing or tax advice. Thank you!

Unified Business Identifier (UBI)

Per the Washington State Department of Revenue, Renegade Craft is required to make a “good faith effort” to verify that our vendors are registered to do business with the Department of Revenue. We must verify that our vendors who will make or solicit sales of tangible personal property or services have a valid tax registration number (also called a UBI Number) with the Washington State department.

What is a Unified Business Identifier (UBI) number?
A UBI number is a nine-digit number that registers you with several state agencies and allows you to do business in Washington State. A UBI number is sometimes called a tax registration number, a business registration number, or a business license number.

Please complete one of the following as soon as possible and by April 1 to be in compliance:

  1. If you already have a UBI number, submit your existing UBI Number to us via this form.
  2. Use the Business License Application online through My DOR to apply for a UBI number. It takes approximately 15–30 minutes to complete an application, and the application fee for a Business License Application varies; see instructions on how to determine your processing fee.
  3. Use the Temporary Registration Certificate if you only need a temporary certificate.

If you apply for a UBI and do not receive your number by September 1, THAT IS OK! The Department of Revenue will be processing your application and following up with vendors as needed.

If you have any questions, please review the Washington State Department of Revenue Business Licensing FAQ, or contact their Business Licensing Information Center via phone Mon – Fri 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (except closed Wed 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. and on holidays) at 360-705-6741.

We appreciate you!

Our community has the power to create transformational change in our society! When preparing for Renegade, we encourage you to implement the below environmentally-sustainable practices into your setup. We understand there may be cost, privilege, and access barriers to some of these suggestions, but we appreciate you making changes whenever possible.

  • Encourage your followers to walk, carpool, or use public transportation to get to the event.
  • Avoid using single-use decor items, such as balloons, confetti, and plastic tablecloths. Opt for decor that you can reuse or repurpose into something else.
  • For booth decor and printing, shop from local businesses rather than big box stores whenever possible.
  • Utilize QR codes, dry-erase boards, blackboards, or other signage instead of handing out paper materials.
  • Avoid handing out single-use items, such as plastic bags, paper receipts, or disposable serving-ware.
  • If paper materials are needed, reduce the size and number of materials, print double-sided, or use recycled content paper.
  • When you’re finished setting up, utilize public transportation to get to-and-from the event.
  • Utilize containers that can be reused or recycled, and avoid individually wrapping your products.
  • Monitor your use of electricity and turn off equipment at night or when not in use.
  • Be mindful of disposing waste and follow recycling signage and guidelines.
  • Bring your own reusable water bottles and refill where you can.
  • Donate or give away anything you don’t need at the end of the event instead of trashing it.
  • At the end of the event, make sure you leave nothing behind.

All vendors selling consumable, ingestible, food or beverages must submit the following materials to participate in the event. Please email your materials to info@renegadecraft.com as soon as possible and no later than April 1.


  1. Certificate of General Liability Insurance listing Renegade Craft Fair, Inc. as additionally insured at 420 W. Huron Street, Chicago, IL 60654.
  2. Agreement for use of approved Commissary -OR- Shared Kitchen Facility located within King County. If not in King County, please provide a kitchen sanitation certificate or recent health inspection record for the kitchen in which your products are produced.


Fully prepackaged shelf-stable products are exempt and permissible to offer small samples without this permit. If you are heating/cooling anything, or require refrigeration, you will need this permit. Everyone, regardless of whether or not this permit is required, will still need to provide a hand wash station within their booth.


Food Trucks:

  • Copy of Food Truck Permit.
An Important Note

Any risk in not providing the above documentation is assumed by the vendor and not Renegade Craft. We don’t know ahead of time whether or not an on-site inspection of our event will occur. Safety at our events is paramount, and it is on the individual vendor to remain compliant.

If you have questions about either permit application or related requirements, please reach out to the King County Food Protection Program at (206) 263-9566 or (206) 477-8050.

Here is a link to the 2024 Participation Agreement that you electronically signed during the application process. We are excited to work together!

Be on the watch out for people or businesses that are contacting Renegade applicants and vendors and attempting to get them to pay for products or services that are not authorized through us. Many are simply scams or misleading association with us. So even if some are offering legitimate services, we do not endorse any of these companies sending these solicitations, and you are not required to use them.

Examples include: selling our attendee or mailing list to vendors. Accepting application and/or booth fees directly (we only ever take registration through the Renegade Craft website). Hotel discounts and deals that are not affiliated with us. And other similar products and services.

If you see any of these types of solicitations via email, Facebook, Instagram, or other sites please report them through the appropriate channels. Thank you for your help!

We’d love to hear about your experience after the Fair. Take our survey to let us know. You could win a free booth at an upcoming fair ✿