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March 31, 2019(Applications are Closed)

Welcome to A Modern Pop-Up Market. Please note for you application to be considered you must pay $5 application fee. Your application fee is non-refundable & doesn’t apply to booth fees. Payment of the application DOES NOT guarantee acceptance to The Modern Pop-Up Market event.  

Once you have submitted your fee & application our cool team will look it over and let you know of acceptance. When selected we will email you confirmation. Along with a link to to pay for your booth. Please note you will have 72 hours to pay for your booth.

Vendors must be in accordance with all federal, state and local laws, permitting and licensing requirements.  

We all grow by word of mouth and “WE RISE BY LIFTING OTHERS” So each vendor is required to promote the event and support one another. Our market is Family Friendly and about COMMUNITY, UPLIFTING + DIVERSITY

Pop-Up market details

The booth sizes will vary. Locations will be inside Little House on Routh & outside.

Booth Space is $125

Electricity will not be available at the market but there will be plenty of lighting.

At this time we do not accept businesses who represent MLM companies.  

Each market is carefully put together to give vendors and attendees a one of a kind shopping experience.

Vendors are required to clean up, remove trash and pull tape marking the booth at the conclusion of the event

You are not allowed to hammer or deface any of the property that does not belong to you.

Your booth must be self-sufficient and remain within the allocated taped off space.

Booths are prohibited from overflowing into the walkways.

Vendors are not permitted to break down early.

The POP-UP MARKET may arrange for photos and/or video to be taken at events and used for promotional purposes

The Market will be Sunday March 31, 2019 from 11-4pm

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vendor application

We would love for you to join us! Please click the link below to apply for our upcoming Market!


Terms & Conditions

Vendor selection. The Pop-Up Market gives preference to ALL vendors. Although we love vendors that source and/or make their items locally, though we also consider regional makers, vintage re-sellers, and unique imports.  The Pop-Up Market reserves the right to accept or deny vendor applications for any reason.

Hours of operations. Vendors must stay for the duration of the market, unless pre-arranged with market organizers.

Cancellation policy. Vendors must give 3 weeks notice in order to receive a refund. Within three weeks of the event, vendors will be charged for their booth. In the event that The Pop-Up Market cancels an event for any reason, vendors will be refunded in full. Markets will take place rain or shine, and booth fees are non-refundable.

Vendor Conduct. Vendors are required to conduct their business and communications with market staff, customers, other vendors, and any other market representative in a professional manner. Unprofessional, impolite and/or disagreeable behavior to any market representative, vendor, or customer will not be tolerated.

Sharing a booth. Vendors may share a booth, however each vendor must apply separately and pay the full booth fee by the payment deadline. There is a $50 charge for sharing booths.

Booth payment. If your application is accepted, payment is due 72 Hours from acceptance. If payment is not received by this time, spaces will be given to vendors on the waiting list. Market spaces are not reserved until payment is received. Vendor agrees to pay the Booth Rent of $125 for a single booth. $125 + $50 (if sharing a booth)

Setup. Vendors must supply their own tables, chairs, refrigeration and signage. Vendors may begin to arrive 3-4 hours before the market start time. Entire setup must be done by 10:00am

Assignment of spaces. The PopUp Market reserves the right to rearrange and reassign booth spaces at any time.

Sales tax and permits. Vendors shall, if applicable, have a Sales Tax Certificate or any applicable licenses and permits available for inspection at their market booth. It is the vendor’s responsibility to comply with the State Comptroller’s requirements for any products sold at The Pop-Up Market

Food safety. Vendors are responsible for obtaining all applicable licenses & permits. Vendors shall comply with all applicable City Of Dallas, State of Texas and federal ordinances and/or regulations regarding permits, sampling, and safe handling of potentially hazardous foods.