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Sugarloaf Crafts Festival in Somerset - Expired Event

Location 50 Atrium Drive
Somerset, NJ 08873
March 24, 2017 - March 26, 2017 - CONFIRMED!
Description: Wanted: Talented Artists to Join Sugarloaf Craft Festivals
Apply Today for Sugarloaf's Five Spring 2017 Shows - Don't Wait, Space is Limited!

Are you an independent artist looking for spring shows that always deliver? Do you have quality, handcrafted art that you're ready to introduce to eager audiences?

Over 150,000 shoppers spent nearly $15 million at Sugarloaf Craft Festivals last year and they're excited to meet you and buy your work! Apply today for consideration for Sugarloaf's five Spring 2017 shows. Build a sustainable creative career with Sugarloaf!

Sugarloaf Craft Festivals, voted in the Top 50 Craft Shows in the USA by Sunshine Artist, are located in some of the country's most upscale communities. Sugarloaf shows are conveniently located along the I-95 corridor.

Jurying for the spring 2017 shows begins August 27, 2016. Space is limited. Apply today! Jewelry artists are encouraged to apply as early as possible as this is our most popular medium.

Not only will you gain impressive retail sales during each three-day event, you'll increase your e-commerce, wholesale and commission businesses. No other platform will result in as much direct exposure in just 3 days!

We take care of everything so that you can focus on what matters most - creating! From an organized setup through breakdown, you will have a seamless experience.

We market our events extensively You may have seen us featured on Bravo TV, Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, CBS News, and many, many others.

Transparency is very important: we always provide after-show attendance and sales reports are provided within 48 hours.

New artists are welcomed with open arms and established artists always look forward to coming back.

We are seeking talent in all mediums for all shows. Categories include fiber and fashion, photography, fine art, furniture, ceramics and pottery, blown and leaded glass, metal, leather, functional and decorative wood, jewelry, apothecary and specialty foods.

Artists can apply online at using the search term "Sugarloaf." An application can be downloaded at and submitted by email, mail or fax. For information about Sugarloaf Craft Festivals, visit or call 800-210-9900.

Hear what our artists have to say:

"Sugarloaf is a prime example of the American craft industry thriving and doing well. I have a personal connection with so many people. They continue to come back every year -- that's the great thing about Sugarloaf."
Robin Markowitz - SDJ Designs jewelry

"We've been in business for 20 years and this weekend at Sugarloaf was record-setting!"
Danny Kong, - Danny K. Handbags, Spring 2016
"Every sale we make at Sugarloaf is worth 3 times the amount because of the relationships we make. Customer re-orders, referrals, custom and wholesale orders keep me coming back to Sugarloaf!"
Howard Field (Sugarloaf Exhibitor)
Contact nameLorrie Staley
Event Website
Show hoursFri & Sat:10am-6pm, Sun:10am-5pm
Application Deadline2017-03-01
Public Admission Price$8 online, $10 at the door, kids under 12 free
Year #24
Entertainmentlive music and craft demonstrations
Activitieskids dress up theater and puppet show
Art/Craft Space
$575+ 10x10+
Art/Craft Spaces
this year
Response deadline2017-03-01

Search for more info on this event:
Google for: Somerset Sugarloaf Crafts Festival in Somerset
Maps and Directions (from Google Maps)
From George Washington Bridge – NY to NJ:
From the George Washington Bridge to NJ, take the NJ Turnpike South to Rt I-287/Rt 440 (Exit 10) toward Metuchen/Edison. Take the Rt 440 E exit on the left toward the Garden State Parkway/Perth Amboy/Outerbridge Cr. and merge onto I-287 N. From I-287 N, take Exit 10 onto Easton Ave (Rt 527 N) toward South Bound Brook (keep right on exit ramp). Turn left onto Davidson Ave. Continue on Davidson for 1/2 mile. Turn left on Atrium Dr. Center is on the left.
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