Folks love to shop at the High Sierra Art & Craft Fair with its colorful array of quality clothing, jewelry, musical instruments and other crafts that our vendors create and gather from all over the globe. We emphasize handcrafted items that are unique and hard to find in conventional shops.
[Interested in Vending? The application process for the 2019 season is now closed. Vendor questions can be directed to email@example.com. Family Village (Kid Zone) vendor questions should go to firstname.lastname@example.org. Unauthorized vending is not permitted. If you are not a registered vendor you may not sell or distribute anything on the festival grounds.]
2019 Art & Craft Vendors
Aspara ~ Printed and organic cotton clothing, plus selected and custom silver jewelry.
Art of Ryan Kerrigan ~ Original artistic creations in the form of posters, canvas prints, shirts, pins, magnets, puzzles, and more!
Avatar Imports ~ Certified Fair Trade clothing company designing a large assortment of west coast chic boho styles for women.
Bici.Arte. by Free Will ~ A celebration of the bicycle. My finely handcrafted jewelry combines re-purposed materials, precious metals and gemstones.
Bless is More: Medicine & Magick ~ One-stop empowerment shop for feather adornments, alchemic elixirs and ceremonial supplies intended to amplify one’s spiritual journey.
Elvyn Galactic ~ Clothing for the whole family. Handcrafted colorful and unique designs. Original patterns, organic and sustainably sourced.
Flight of Fancy ~ A duo of artisans, specializing in hand-crafted jewelry and hats. Each piece is one of a kind!
FOREVER STOKED ~ A conscious grassroots company created by artists to spread positive energy through artwork.
Freeborn Designs ~ A unique line of men’s suits, jackets, blazers and vests aimed specifically towards musicians, artists, and festival goers of all kinds.
Gato Montes ~ A collective consortium of sun darkened artists and dreamers; passionate makers of handcrafted goods in leather and stone.
Heaven Sent ~ Hand painted glitter tattoos & DIY kits, lashes, body art, festive costuming & locally made goat milk bath products.
Jayli Clothing ~ Fun, funky hippie clothing for men and women, consciously made and fairly traded.
Joshua Morton & The One Sweet World Fund ~ Artwork inspired by the power of live music with the goal of supporting the next generation of artists and musicians.
KASHI ~ Creative clothing for summer festival fun & great wall hangings to enhance your living spaces.
Lala Jewelry, Delilah & Dapper Vintage ~ Handmade turquoise and gemstone jewelry, cowboy boots, furs, dapper jackets and dresses for twirling the night away.
Lighten Up! Tye Dye Co. ~ Colorful, hand-dyed clothing for infants, children and the light of heart.
Live Wire Neon ~ Our products keep your festival attire evolving. Come play with us and bring the kids. At night we really get to shine!
Lobos del Mar ~ Handmade, hand-loomed clothing that we design alongside indigenous families out of Oaxaca & Chiapas Mexico.
Mendhi Mama ~ Experience the ancient art of adornment w/ Henna body art.
Mind Body Clay ~ Original handmade ceramic pottery made from stoneware & porcelain clay.
Noel Mae Designs ~ Fun and funky boho festival fashion and accessories.
Rainbow’s Rockstar Rejuvenation Station ~ A delightfully luxurious onsite Spa ~ Where you can escape, relax and be rejuvenated for your next festival adventure!
Shakina Designs ~ Funkin’ jammin’ festival wear & batik Aloha inspired flags for the whole family.
Stirling Studios ~ Hand-painted mandalas, canvas and paper prints, stickers, tapestries, custom Converse and Vans, glow-in-the dark art, and beaded jewelry.
Summer of Love ~ Hand-painted silk art, clothing & greeting cards, energized with love.
Sunshine Jubilee ~ Offering a huge selection of tie dye clothing for all shapes and sizes; plus window and bumper stickers and patches galore.
Super Rad Cape Company ~ Colorful handmade capes, costumes & festival accessories for all ages!
Warrior Within Designs ~ A unique line of funky, functional, fun, & beautiful wearable art, proudly made in San Francisco.
Wish Wear ~ Handmade festival wear and costumes, including dresses, jumpers, vests, hoods, and fantasy costumes.
ONE TUB VILLAGE VENDING
Magic Foam Tub ~ A novel, ecological and exhilarating foam “shower.”
Maddie Moon ~ Originally designed men’s, women’s and children’s boho chic festival and activewear.
CARAUCCI ~ “Our eclectic collection of clothing and accessories become timeless wardrobe treasures that exude a sense of sophistication and adventure.”
Om Gaia Tree ~ Men’s and women’s funk-tional & comfortable clothing for festivals or everyday wear!
THE LAWN / SCHOOLHOUSE (OPEN 24 HOURS)
Kat’s Creations ~ Awesome unique batiks, from festival wear to office apparel.
RocknSocks ~ Eco-friendly accessories, including RocknSocks, sunglasses, Hipstirr Festival Belts, Lady Ginger Licious Onsies, the Potionarium & more.
The Fiddle Guy ~ A large selection of vintage and new stringed musical instruments, including fiddles, mandolins, ukuleles, guitars, cellos and banjos
The Uncarved Block ~ “I’m a treasure hunter who travels the globe in search of treasures and gems to share with the world.”
Sublime Designs ~ Statement pieces for men & women, 100% handmade in California, few-of-a-kind and made with a third eye for detail.
Amorphous Art ~ Universal expressions of sacred geometry in color shifting metals, opal and glass.
Foxy Monster ~ Handmade, reversible bear hoods and accessories for all young at heart, increasing cuteness by 400%!
Peace Chain Joe ~ Ceramic and wood pendants with words for peace in 123 languages!
Magic Foam Tub
The All-One Ark Magic Foam Tub Experience is coming back to High Sierra with the Tri (tree), a non-profit Conscious Party, bringing high vibes and making connections through education, inspiration and empowerment. Round up your
friends and come get foamed and cleansed in one of the most fun ways imaginable. There are going to be dirty beats for your feets and good clean fun going on from 10am til 6pm daily. The Foam Tub Experience will be located behind the Grandstand bleachers.
Take a stroll over to the non-profit booths in the Grandstand Meadow. Each of these organizations is committed to addressing compelling social, environmental and community needs. Stop by to meet some nice folks, learn something new, and find out how you can get involved! (questions regarding nonprofits can be directed to email@example.com.)
Conscious Alliance is a nonprofit that empowers young people to make an impact by collaborating with their favorite musicians, artists, and food makers to help feed kids and families in underserved communities. Hunger is a widespread problem, so they take a multifaceted approach to ending it. They host ‘Art That Feeds’ Food Drives at concerts and music festivals. They partner with healthy
food makers to secure large-scale donations. They empower young people to get involved by dropping philanthropic opportunities smack in the middle of a good time. They’re on a mission to make sure families get enough to eat. Make sure to swing by the Conscious Alliance booth and donate to this year’s High Sierra Music Festival x ‘Art That Feeds’ Food Drive for a limited-edition event poster! Donations will benefit the local community by going to Community Assistance Network in Quincy. consciousalliance.org
Join High Sierra Music Festival and Conscious Alliance in the fight to end hunger and empower youth right here in the local Quincy community, and also nationwide! Stop by the Conscious Alliance booth (indicated on the festival map) and donate 20 non-perishable food items or a suggested monetary donation to the HSMF ‘Art That Feeds’ Food Drive and receive a commemorative event poster created by one of Conscious Alliance’s very talented artists. A limited number of posters will be available so don’t miss out! Donations will benefit the Community Assistance Network in Quincy, CA.
Conscious Alliance always encourages food donations to be low-sodium and health-oriented products. ORGANIC food donations are especially encouraged. Ramen Noodles will NOT be accepted in exchange for the poster.
HeadCount harnesses the power of music to drive social change. Since 2004 it has registered nearly 500,000 Americans to vote, and helped organize massive initiatives to promote civic participation within the live music community. With 30,000 volunteers, street teams in more than 50 cities, and affiliations with over 200 touring musicians, HeadCount ranks as one of the largest music-oriented non-profit organizations in the U.S.
Visit their booth to register to vote, sign up for local election alerts, or take a group photo celebrating the #TheFutureIsVoting message. headcount.org
In times like these, when our air, water, climate, and public lands are under constant attack, Keen has brought an old phone booth back to life as a tool for attendees to take simple actions on site right at High Sierra. Refurbished and repurposed with call scripts for several environmental topics, you can easily call your representatives in Washington, D.C. on the spot and make your voice heard on the issues you care about. Look for the Keen bus in the Grandstand Meadow.
The Wharf Rats/Camp Traction are a group of friends and concert-goers who have chosen to live and attend live music events drug- and alcohol-free. Their primary purpose at shows is to be available as a resource to anyone who feels the need for support, strength and fellowship. They do not tell others how to live their lives or attend shows, but rather provide some positive traction in an otherwise slippery environment. To locate them, look for the Yellow Balloons on the map. wharfrat.org
Shabbat Tent is an “oasis of chill”, a place for sharing food, song, conversation and Shabbat celebrations to enhance your Festival experience. We also offer Kabbalistic meditation, cell-phone charging and creative activities. Above all Shabbat Tent is a place to unplug, hydrate and connect with other festival goers and is always open to everyone! Peace and Shalom!
Plumas Arts keeps art and culture a vital part of everyday life in these Sierra Mountains with art workshops in schools, events, gallery art-walks and more. We make a real difference with projects that restore and revitalize historic buildings in Quincy including the Capitol Arts Gallery housing fine art to artisan crafts by regional artists, and Town Hall Theatre — the only movie house within a 70-mile radius that shows feature and art house films and provides a performing arts space. We also recently launched the Plumas Artisan Made branding, marketing and training program for local handmade goods. plumasartisanmade.com and plumasarts.org