Contact us through the Vendor Application Form below if you'd like to be at Gigantic this year!
The Gigantic Bicycle Festival takes over the grounds of Centennial Fields Park in Snoqualmie, WA for the weekend of August 18th - 20th.
Before May 31st
- 10x10' tent space - $150
- 10x10' Non-profit, North Bend or Snoqualmie businesses - $100
After May 31st
- 10x10' tent space - $200
- 10x10' Non-profit, North Bend or Snoqualmie businesses - $150
Vendors can set up Friday from 3pm - 5pm.
Friday Hours: 5pm - 9pm
Saturday Hours: 10am - 9pm
Sunday Hours: 10am - 5pm
There is overnight security at the festival grounds, and all vendors are welcome to free camping Friday and Saturday evening.
Takedown begins Sunday from 5pm.
Food trucks have no space fee, but income earned above $2,000 from the festival weekend asks for 10% to be contributed back to the festival.
Q. When is vendor load in?
A. Load in for vendors is Friday August 18th, from 3pm to 5pm.
Q. What is the weekend schedule for vendors?
A. Friday: Load in between 3pm and 5pm, Booth Hours from 5pm-9pm.
Saturday: Booth hours 10am-9pm.
Sunday: Booth hours 10am-5pm.
Q. Can I drive my car onto the grass?
A. No, the city doesn't allow vehicles on the grass, but we will have pull carts and volunteers there to help you with set up Saturday morning.
Likewise, there is no staking into the field grass, and best to bring some weights or water jugs to keep things on the ground if it gets breezy.
Q. Where can I park?
A. Vendors will receive a single vehicle pass when they arrive Friday for load in.
Vendors are welcome to keep their vehicles parked in the Centennial Fields Park parking lot all weekend,
but should be aware that the parking lot entrance is closed to vehicle traffic entering or exiting from 5am until 6pm Saturday, and from 5am until 3pm Sunday.
If you need to be able to drive off during the day Saturday or Sunday, there is field parking at Meadowbrook Farms.
Q. Does the festival provide table, chairs, and canopy?
Q. Does the festival provide power?
A. There are just a few vendor spaces where power is available. Let us know if you need power.
Q. Do you have an atm?
A. We do not have an atm on site.
Q. Is there security?
A. The event provides reasonable on-site security Friday and Saturday nights. The festival accepts no responsibility for any losses or damage to persons or property of any kind.
Q. What is your cancellation policy?
A. The deadline for refunds is July 1st!
Q. Is there camping at the festival grounds?
A. Yes! We'll have camping reserved for you and everyone working your booth (no worries if you don't end up using it).
Q. Is there anywhere to get a shower?
We'll have outdoor solar showers there for the weekend, and there's a gym down the street where folks can go get a real shower with a $10 drop in fee.
Q. How many people come to Gigantic?
A. We're falling between 1500 and 2000 festival goers these days, many of staying the weekend camping.
Q. Who comes to Gigantic?
A. Gigantic draws a young-ish crowd of mostly 30 somethings, who are into the outdoors, music & arts, and cycling.
About 77% of festival goers come from the greater Seattle area.
Q. Are animals allowed?
A. Yes, they just need to be on a leash at all time and picked up after.
There is a dog park across the street from the park if you want to get away from things and let your friend run around off-leash.
Q. Is there a potable water source available?
Q. Is there an emergency contact?
A. Yes, we'll provide this information at time of check-in.
Emergencies during the festival should be reported immediately to the Festival Information Booth. We will have a first aid booth present.
Q. Is there a charge to get in to the festival?
A. Yes. Attendees pay an admission fee at the gates for weekend or single day passes.
Vendors will receive a weekend pass wrist bracelet when they arrive.
This bracelet will get them around both the festival grounds at Centennial Fields Park, and the
camp grounds next door at Meadowbrook Farms.
Q. Is there onsite parking for attendees?
A. Yes, there is free parking hosted by Meadowbrook Farms within easy walking distance of the festival grounds.
Q. Who is the festival run by?
A. The Levee Breaking is a support the arts nonprofit and production company based in Seattle.
Q. Is the festival wheel-chair accessible?
A. Yes. Please contact us regarding any accessibility needs!