Denver Arts & Venues now accepting applications for Five Points Jazz Festival Vendors
Feb 5 2019
Denver Arts & Venues is pleased to announce that applications are now open for Five Points Jazz Festival vendors.
Applications are being accepted for food trucks, food tents, nonprofit booths, corporate booths, artisans, sponsorships and premium vendor spaces.
“We are really excited that this year we are incorporating a zero waste goal,” said festival organizer Brooke Dilling, Denver Arts & Venues. “We are asking that all vendors provide only compostable or recyclable packaging, utensils, plates and cups, and through our waste program, we will be providing trash sorting, recycling and composting.”
This year’s Five Points Jazz Festival will take place May 18, 11 a.m.-midnight, with vendors on site until 8 p.m. when outdoor programming ends. The 2018 festival featured more than 40 bands on 10 stages. Despite inclement weather, more than 30,000 people attended the event in 2018.
About Denver Arts & Venues
Denver Arts & Venues’ mission is to amplify Denver’s quality of life and economic vitality through premier public venues, arts and entertainment opportunities. Arts & Venues is the City and County of Denver agency responsible for operating some of the region’s most renowned facilities, including Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, the Denver Performing Arts Complex, Colorado Convention Center, Denver Coliseum and McNichols Civic Center Building. Arts & Venues also oversees the Denver Public Art Program, Create Denver, SCFD Tier III granting process, Arts Education Fund and other entertainment and cultural events such as the Five Points Jazz Festival, Urban Arts Fund, P.S. You Are Here and implementation of IMAGINE 2020: Denver’s Cultural Plan. Denver Arts & Venues is committed to diversity, equity and inclusiveness in all our programs, initiatives and decision-making processes.
About Five Points Jazz Festival
This free festival takes place the third Saturday of May every year and celebrates the history of Denver’s Five Points neighborhood.
Once known as the Harlem of the West, Five Points was home to several jazz clubs which played host to many of jazz music’s legends such as Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk and many more!