Become a day vendor

Do you make, bake or grow something that you’d like to share with others in the community? The Market is the perfect place to sell homemade and homegrown goodies of all kinds.


Applications for the 2019  Main Market are now closed for the season.
Garlic Festival Applications are open.


To apply to become a day vendor, please follow the steps below:

  1. Please read and ensure you comply with the Rules of Operation. Your staff or helpers are also responsible for reading and knowing the rules, so please ensure they have read them as well.
  2. Please fill out the appropriate application:
  3. Please fill out the appropriate Vendor Record form:
  4. Gather all required documentation (see below).
  5. Scan application, vendor record form, and all of your required documentation and email to [email protected].

Become a volunteer

Our amazing volunteers are what make the Market possible! If you enjoy meeting and talking to people, working with local artisans, farmers and food vendors, helping out with special events and enjoy being outside in the fantastic Okanagan climate, please consider signing up as a volunteer!

To become a volunteer, please follow the steps below:

  1. Read our Rules of Operation. Your staff or helpers are also responsible for reading and knowing the rules, so please ensure they have read them as well.
  2. Fill out an Application Form.
  3. Please scan and email your completed form to [email protected].

Become a liquor vendor

Have you perfected your own wine, spirits, cider or beer? You may be able to sell your products at the Market. Cheers!

A liquor vendor is a vendor that is authorized to sell liquor products at a farmers’ market by the Liquor Control and Licensing Branch and is subject to the KFCMS Liquor Vendor Guidelines. Products sold by a liquor vendor may include, but are not limited to, wine, spirits, ciders and beer.

To apply to be a liquor vendor, please follow these steps:

  1. Please ensure you can abide by the KFCM Liquor Vendor Guidelines before you apply to the market.
  2. In order to sell at our market, you will need authorization from LCLB.  Please see the LCLB Checklist for more information.  You will require our society number, which is S-36543, to complete the LCLB form.
  3. Please ensure you have read and conform to our Rules of Operation. Your staff or helpers are also responsible for reading and knowing the rules, so please ensure they have read them as well.
  4. Ensure you have read and are in compliance with LCLB Policy Directive No. 15-11.
  5. Ensure you have read and are in compliance with LCLB Policy Directive No. 14-11.
  6. Ensure all of your employees have a Serving It Right Certificate.
  7. Once you have obtained authorization from LCLB, please fill out the Liquor Vendor Application form and send to [email protected]. Once processed, you will be notified regarding the success of your application.  

If approved, we will work with you to determine your scheduled market dates.

Become a busker/entertainer

Do you have a special talent that you’d like to share? Busking at the Market is a great way for virtuosos and entertainers to spread some cheer and earn money doing what they love.

A Busker is a person that provides music or other entertainment to customers at the market on a casual basis, as pre-booked with the Market staff.

If you would like to busk at the market, please follow the steps below:

  1. Read our Rules of Operation. Your staff or helpers are also responsible for reading and knowing the rules, so please ensure they have read them as well.
  2. Fill out a Busker Application.
  3. Please scan and email your completed form to [email protected]. Feel free to provide a description of your entertainment, as well as links to music files or videos of yours, if you choose to do so. Market staff will contact you in regards to booking dates for you to busk at the market.

Required documentation

Food vendors
Proof of liability insurance, food safe certification or market safe, as well as permit to operate certificate, health approval certificate, fire department inspection sticker or confirmation of inspection, if applicable.

Farm vendors
Organic certification, liability insurance, market/food safe, or any other applicable certifications, where they apply.

Craft vendors
Only Crafters as Service providers ( i.e. Henna tattoos, face painting, cosmetics, soap or any product that is applied to the skin) are required to supply a copy of their Liability Insurance.  Massage type Therapies/Therapists,  will need to supply a copy of Certification and Liability Insurance.

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