Naperville Artisan Market | Sat & Sun, May 20-21, 2023 – 10′ x 10′ Tent Space (Outdoor)


Vendor Space Details:
  • Tent spaces are a 10′ x 10′ footprint OUTDOORS.
  • Exhibitors must bring their own commercial-grade white 10′ x 10′ tent.
  • Each tent leg must be secured by at least 40 lbs./leg or more of weights (a minimum of 160 pounds total).
  • Vendors must be at the market before 9:30 am.  Vendor must be ready to open by 10 AM and remain open until 5:00 PM. (Early closure is not permitted).
  • This is a dolly-in show.
  • Guaranteed porters are available for a fee by appointment in 15-to-30-minute increments. Call for details if interested.
  • Parking is free at the venue. However, you cannot drive a car all the way to your booth space.

Vendors will not be permitted to open without proper weights and tent.



Market is Open to Public – Free Admission

  • Saturday – 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Sunday – 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Set-up Times:

  • Saturday AM – 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM

Parking is free for both shoppers and vendors.

Each Vendor will be required to sign a short-form hold harmless agreement prior to the market indemnifying us and the property owner for anything that happens in relation to your tent space, products, etc.

Food Vendors –

All food sold at the market must be made in a commercial kitchen – or the vendor must have a DuPage County Cottage Food License.  A temporary food service permit is required when food is served to the public during an event (i.e. this includes sampling) or if the food being sold is perishable (i.e. requires refrigeration or heat to maintain).
DuPage County Health Department typically asks us to provide a list of all Food Vendors — and we do comply with all such requests.
Naperville, IL & Oak Brook, IL are both in DuPage County.  If you are doing more than one market in DuPage County, the county may offer you a permit discount for multiple markets.
Reminder: It is each vendor’s responsibility to follow all State, County & City/Village requirements. We are not experts in the detailed requirements for all the different food & beverage types – and nothing we say or write should be interpreted as advice. We can’t guarantee that we haven’t misunderstood or been misinformed, and County rules can change at anytime (as we saw during COVID).  As such, we strongly suggest that you email the county (info below) if the rules outlined on their website is unclear.
Please check with DuPage County directly (see contact info below) if you have questions regarding what is allowed or related fees after you’ve reviewed the links below.
DuPage County Health Department
Mirta Ortega
Phone: (630) 221-7178