How to Apply
2022 Vendor Applications are now open below. Vendors must remain set up during the entire period of the event (Friday from 5 p.m. to midnight and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.) and may not break down booths early. If you have any questions or are interested in being a beer vendor contact email@example.com. This year, non-profits will be set up at the Community Pfair on Sunday only. If non-profits have a craft or food to sell, they can apply for Friday and Saturday under those categories.
The City of Pflugerville reserves the right to refuse vendor participation for any reason at any time.
All items being sold at booths must be approved by the committee. No alcohol or glass containers are allowed. Once you are accepted you will receive follow-up information and a link to pay online for your booth fee and temporary food permit.
The deadline to apply for food vendors is September 2, 2022, and for all other vendors is September 16, 2022. Booth space is limited, and spaces may fill before the entry deadline. We will start sending notifications of acceptance starting July 18, 2022.
Non-profits may set up for free during Sunday’s Community Pfair at Pfennig Park. Fill out the application here to participate.
Fees (per booth)
Electricity is optional. Electric Fee is per booth space/per outlet. If purchasing two or more booths you must pay for electricity for each booth. 220V power is available in a limited number of booth locations.
Vehicles & Parking
Parking around the pfest is limited, and vendors must use designated parking. Vendors may use a wagon or cart to unload items, city staff & committee members are not available to help transport equipment.
Equipment & Electricity
Each vendor is responsible for providing their own table, chairs, tent, 150’ extension cord (if electricity was purchased) and all supplies. Only one plug per vendor and one extension cord. No exceptions. All boxes and trash must be taken by vendor to the dumpster located in the parking lot, do not use park trash cans. All equipment brought in by vendors must be taken after breakdown of the event.
All vendors are responsible for collecting and reporting 8.25% sales tax collected in Pflugerville. Sales Tax Permits can be acquired through the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts office at the following website https://comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/permit.
Please keep supplies, display and equipment inside the booth space. Vendors are not allowed to walk the festival and sell items. All items being sold must have been approved in the original vendor application. All raffles must be approved by the booth committee. Any novelty items deemed inappropriate for juvenile sales will not be permitted at the festival. Any offensive or inappropriate pre-printed items on tee shirts, koozies, hats etc. will not be permitted. No tobacco products may be sold or distributed. Any item deemed a safety issue will not be permitted to be sold. No items with the words “Deutschen Pfest” or similar on them may be sold without prior written consent.
Temporary Food Permit
Temporary Food Permits will now be filled with the City of Austin. Temporary Food permits will be $114 per booth for the 2-day event. Once approved by the committee you will receive a copy of the temporary food permit and a link to pay this fee along with your booth fee. To review the City of Austin food permitting requirements visit: http://austintexas.gov/department/temporary-food-events.
Please plan for all types of weather, including wind and rain. Provide weights for tarps or your tents. The event is not canceled if it rains and no booth fees will be refunded.