The 2022 Artist Application is now available. CLICK HERE to download the application.
Founded in 1998, the Allen West Festival is held on the second weekend in June each year. The 2022 Festival will be June 11 and 12 from 10:00AM to 6:00 PM each day.
For Food Vendors, Allen Street Businesses, and Non-Profit Applications, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for PDF of separate application.
All applications and fees must be postmarked NO LATER THAN March 15, 2022 in order to be considered for this year’s Festival. Electronic copies will not be accepted.
Applications postmarked after March 15 may be considered, however all booth spaces after this date will be subject to a $60 late fee.
IMPORTANT! Please read ALL application instructions. If you have any questions about requirements, please email email@example.com. Failure to adhere to application or Festival requirements may result in removal from the Festival.
Artists/vendors will be notified by email if accepted or not. If you apply and do not receive an email by May 1, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to volunteer to help with the festival? Set-up, clean-up and event committee members needed! Email email@example.com with your interest!
About the Allen West Festival:
The Festival is traditionally held on Allen Street from Elmwood to Wadsworth and Wadsworth Street from Allen to Hudson. The Festival is produced by The Allentown Association, Inc. and promotes local artists and craftspeople from throughout Western New York as well as Allentown Businesses. In recent years there have been over 150 participating artists, vendors, restaurants and local businesses!
This event is the largest fundraiser for the Allentown Association. Proceeds help with the Association’s mission to promote historic preservation in the Allentown National Historic District as well as regionally and to benefit the Allentown neighborhood though community gardens/beautification, crime and safety awareness and to promote the year-round cultural attractions of the Historic District.