Join the fun! Applications are now available for the 2015 Sterlingfest Arts & Crafts Show
Artisan and Fine Crafter Applications are now available for the 2015 Sterlingfest Art & Music Fair, slated for July 23-25.
Artisans and crafters have until Wednesday, April 8 to complete and submit an application for the 2015 Sterlingfest Art & Music Fair, held at the Sterling Heights City Center. Festival rules, fees, and other guidelines are included in the application document.
Renowned as one of Michigan’s best-run and best-attended festivals, (including earning the Detroit News’ “Michigan’s BEST Summer Festival” title), Sterlingfest’s combination of arts & crafts, music and food means three days of sun-drenched, summertime fun every year. Now in its 35th year, Sterlingfest mixes the tradition of an arts & crafts fair with a jazz and blues stage, a Suds’n’Sounds stage, Kidzfest children’s activities and entertainment stage, a family midway, local restaurateurs and a main concert stage. Applications for interested restaurateurs and food vendors are also now available.
Visitors to the arts & crafts show browse and purchase exquisite sculptures, watercolor paintings, striking photographs and many other unique hand-crafted items offered by juried exhibitors. The Sterlingfest Art & Music Fair is set in a street fair-like setting at the heart of Sterling Heights, Michigan – the picturesque City Center campus. Artists show and sell their work with a backdrop of lively music from the jazz and blues stage. Visitors to the arts & crafts fair stroll past the city’s historic Upton House, by a water lily studded fountain and along the Sterling Heights sculpture walk, featuring the city’s public art along with a “SterlingScapes” exhibit of large-scale outdoor sculptures from cutting-edge Michigan artists.
The 2015 Sterlingfest schedule of events features a variety of great music to keep visitors entertained, including jazz, blues, folk and Top 40 entertainment. Plus, free fun activities for the kids allow mom and dad to take their time in the arts & crafts fair. Attractions, such as evening concerts, promise to draw upwards of 120,000 people from throughout metropolitan Detroit to the Sterlingfest Art & Music Fair.
Click each image below to download the requested application:
For more information, please call the city of Sterling Heights Community Relations Department at (586) 446-CITY(2489) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.