Autumnfest Looking for Food Row Participants, Exhibitors & Vendors


Woonsocket – In an effort to streamline the process, groups, organizations and companies that wish to be part of Autumnfest either as a Food Row Vendor, Exhibitor Showcase Vendor or as an Artisan Vendor can now visit the Autumnfest website ( and fill out an application.  It’s quick and easy.  This year the Exhibitor Showcase and Artisan Vendors will be able to pick the location of their booth.  This is on a first come / first serve basis.


The Autumnfest Exhibitor Showcase Coordinator, Dan Tvaroha, said, “Having a booth in our Exhibitor Showcase is a great opportunity to showcase what your organization or company does to help bring awareness and grow your business.  Exhibitors receive premium locations along the high traffic walkways which give you maximum exposure to get our guests into your booths with fun and creative ideas to engage the public.  Don't miss your chance. Spots fill up quickly.  Get your application in early so you can join us in 2022.”


Jen Cunanan, Autumnfest Arts and Crafts / Artisan Vendor Coordinator said, “We are excited for Autumnfest 2022. Our vendor applications are easily accessible by visiting the Autumnfest website.  New this year, all locations will have electricity available and vendors have the ability to select their own spots. Reserve your spot to be a part of Northern Rhode Island’s largest festival."


Julie Larivee, Autumnfest Food Row Coordinator said, “Good food is the foundation of genuine happiness and that's what we are all about!  Autumnfest has all your favorite foods that you wait all year long for.  Applications are now open for our returning nonprofits and local businesses as well as new entities.  Priority always given to previous vendors but if you have a delicious culinary specialty, we want you to apply."


Every year Autumnfest attracts over 100,00 people to the 3-day celebration.  This is your chance to get in front of these attendees.  Come be part of Autumnfest 2022! 



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