The 76th Annual DeWitt Ox Roast will be hosted in Downtown DeWitt, August 19-21, 2022. We hope you will join us for this fun-filled weekend featuring a food and beverage court, arts & crafts bazaar, great entertainment, numerous children’s activities, carnival, adult activities, duck race, pet beauty contest, bingo, and much more!
2022 General Information
Sales, Displays & Pricing
We are seeking a creative and diverse selection of vendors with items appropriate for a family-friendly environment. All arts and crafts must be hand crafted. Commercial/manufactured items, food, beverage, resale and used items are not allowed. Food and beverage vendors must apply via the food and beverage vendor application.
Date & Hours Vendor booths must be fully staffed and open for business during stated hours.
Important Dates & Times
• Early Registration Deadline is Friday, July 15,2022 (Completed Application and Payment required)
• Late Registration Fees Begin, Saturday, July 17, 2022 (Completed Application and Payment required)
• Check-in and Set-up: Friday, August 19, 2022 8 am—2 pm
• Tear-Down: Sunday, August 21, 2022 beginning at 4:00 pm
Absolutely no application will be accepted without full payment, completed application and support photographs. Only one vendor is allowed per booth space. Please indicate the number of 10×10 units you will require for your needs on your application.
10’x10’ Space $125 Prior to July 16, 2022
10’x10’ Space $135 After July 16, 2022
There will be no refunds of booth fees after notification of acceptance. All refund requests prior to this date must be in writing. A $50 fee will be assessed for any returned checks. Any violations of the rules and regulations or other applicable city/state/county ordinances will result in immediate dismissal from the DeWitt Ox Roast in which case no refunds will be issued. No refunds will be given due to the cancellation of the event by an Act of God, Local Authorities, or weather related incident.
Sales Tax and Licensing Requirements
All vendors must have a sales tax license or obtain a concessionaires sales tax return and payment form 5089 from the State of Michigan. All vendors are responsible for any tax required by the State or Federal taxing authorities.