Queer Arts Street Fair
This event is FREE to attend, however a $5 donation at the gate is appreciated!
Kaleidoscope, Argenta Arts District and Flyway Brewing bring you the inaugural edition of the QUEER ARTS STREET FAIR on Saturday, August 11th, adding another new component to the 4th Annual Kaleidoscope LGBT Film & Culture Festival Presented by Here TV.
The Queer Arts Street Fair will features over 30 vendors, including LGBTQ community-centric non-profits, food trucks, locally brewed craft beer from Flyway, a water balloon fight, dunking booth, and performances from Arkansas Circus Arts & Moonstone Mermaids!
This is a family friendly AND pet friendly event.
The street fair will take place on 4th Street between Main and Maple in North Little Rock from 12 to 6 pm. This is a rain or shine event!
FEATURED SPLASH AREA ENTERTAINMENT
Water Balloon Fight
T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE AT THE KALEIDOSCOPE BOOTH
AF Art N Things
AT&T Mobility LR Chenal
Control Little Rock
Crying Weasel Vintage
Ebru Kinde / Upster
The Flying Mermaid
Griffin Goods Co
House of Shaeffer
It's The Remix
Jenni Berries Studio
Just the Thing by Tiki & Chief
Myriad of Mischief
Next Generation Tye-Dyes
OtterBeenThere Studios / Dagaz Creations
Out of the Woods Animal Rescue
Peggy Egan for District Court Judge
The Penguin Revolution
Plarn by Rebecca
Randi's Cakes & Cupcakes
Red Herring Jewelry & Design
Rock City Thumps
Sibling Rivalry Press
Stonewall Democrats of Arkansas
The Studio Theatre
Do you have to be queer to be a vendor or busker in our street fair?
No. While preferential selection may be given to queer vendors or buskers, we also love our queer allies and they will be vendors/buskers as well!
What is a busker?
A street performance or busking is the act of performing in public places for gratuities. Performances are anything that people find entertaining. Performers may do acrobatics, balloon twisting, caricatures, clowning, comedy, contortions, escapology, dance, singing, fire skills, juggling, magic, mime, living statue, musical performance, puppeteering, storytelling or reciting poetry or prose, street theatre, sword swallowing, ventriloquism, etc.
How much does it cost to be vendor?
To apply is FREE, if chosen you will be contacted with a request to pay the following fee within 7 days to reserve your booth. If you do not pay within 7 days your vendor slot may be given to somebody on our waiting list.
Price per 10'x10' vendor space.
- For-Profit (Artists/Crafters/Makers)
- Food Trucks
How much does it cost to be a busker?
Nothing! Buskers are assigned a performance space and specific performance time. There is no stage. Buskers are responsible for providing their own instruments, equipment, etc.
*We will only be selecting 1-2 regular food trucks and 1 desert food truck.
**No alcohol is allowed to be sold unless pre-approved by both Kaleidoscope AND Flyway Brewing Co.
***More than one vendor booth maybe be reserved.
All proceeds benefit the Kaleidoscope, a queer arts 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Queer Arts Street Fair Location
4th & Main Street to 4th & Maple Street
North Little Rock, AR, 72114