Past Years – Folk Bazaar Vendors
Please show your support to our beloved vendors who have been showcased over the years at our in-person festivals.
The Atholl Brose
Scottish dance ghillies, hose and giftie items from Scotland.
Bayrds Indian Trading Post
Native American jewelry and art.
Country Dance and Song Society
Domingo Wire and Metal Work
Zimbabwean wire and bead sculptures as well as metal work.
Eagle Ray Traders
Beautiful, hand-batiked clothing and accessories, designed by us and produced through a partnership in Bali.
Great Barrington, MA
Eve and Nico Gifts and Home Décor
Encouraging the ongoing development of the empowerment of women by creating diverse markets for their goods. We showcase the unseen beauty of various cultures through their skillfully handmade baskets, and we upcycle soda bottles into clever gift boxes to tell different life stories of global communities.
Robert Tusiime, Evelyn Karungi
A new way to make music. We sell the Jubo instrument, a simple 4-hole pendant whistle, along with its method and new repertory. It is fun, inexpensive, and best of all, easy.
Monroe Bridge Books
Used and rare books, specializing in the field of Celtic books, Music & Dance, Scottish, Irish, Welsh, and Gaelic subjects.
Shelburne Falls, MA
Warm Hearts Puppets
Fantastical and realistic hand and finger puppets.
East Rochester, NY
Women’s Peace Collection
A fair trade social enterprise featuring high quality crafts handmade by marginalized artisans across the globe. Our products include jewelry, clothing, toys, handiwares and more.
Great Barrington, MA
The Festival has several vendor areas. Please contact the appropriate person for your particular area.
- Crafts Room – Items for sale hand-made by seller. More information about the application process can be found here. Contact Crafts Co-Chairs Ann Schunior ( neffa AT schunior DOT org) or Dina Flockhart (cloakmakers AT gmail DOT com).
- Folk Bazaar (this page) – Items for sale from folk traditions across the world. Contact Folk Bazaar Chair Len Bittenson (len DOT bittenson AT gmail DOT com) or access the Folk Bazaar Application Form.