Wanderlust vending takes place in the Kula Market, the center of the Wanderlust experience. The market will offer food, live music, pop up performances and more. The Kula Market is open to the general public as well as Wanderlust attendees.
Given our recent re-emergence from Covid-19, in 2021 we’re only proceeding with one event: Wanderlust 108 Brooklyn. Ready to apply? Click here.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR
Wanderlust seeks high-quality craft vendors of all kinds, with a special focus on sustainably and ethically made products from around the world. The Kula Market will host artisans, jewelry makers, designers, and health and wellness professionals who share their unique products and services with the Wanderlust community.
We look for high-quality artisans with specialties such as:
- Yoga accessories
- Handmade jewelry
- One-of-a-kind clothing
- Small-batch bath and beauty products
We also include highly-curated import stores and non-profits. Our guests are predominantly adult women (though we have an increasing number of men), and they’re highly educated and passionate about health, wellness, and conscious living. For more information about the vending in the Kula Market, check out our Vendor Guide.
We are looking for honest-to-goodness small businesses. This means:
- You have no more than one permanent retail location
- You have annual sales of $1mm or less
- You have fewer than 10 employees
- You do not have national distribution
Too big to be considered a vendor?
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss sponsorship opportunities.
FOOD VENDING AT WANDERLUST
Wanderlust loves (and needs) great food vendors, particularly those who specialize in locally grown, organic foods that our guests crave. Kale salads, buddha bowls, grass-fed burgers, and wood fired pizza populate the co-op menus with a special focus on gluten- free, raw, and seasonal foods. If you make food that’s healthful, unique and incredibly tasty, please apply now.