WestBend Holiday Bazaar



What: Fort Worth Makers has partnered with WestBend FW for a family-friendly day of local art, holiday shopping, food and drink specials and more!

Where: WestBend FW (1701 River Run). Fort Worth Makers will be set up between the main strip of shops (tent spaces shown in blue on the map below).

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When: Saturday, December 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Who Can Apply: Local artisans and handcrafted goods only. Must be made locally, by you! Priority given to Fort Worth residents, but all DFW artisans are welcome to apply!

Vendor Cost: $75 for a 10x10 outdoor space – tents and weights are required. Payment due within 72 hours of acceptance. Booth payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.

To Apply: Please fill out the vendor application below.

Important Notes:

  • Please note that WestBend tenants will be providing all food and drinks for on-site consumption. To be a food vendor in the makers market area, your products must be packaged for takeaway.
  • There are only THREE jewelry spots available at this market and WestBend will help select jewelry vendors, as to not compete with their tenants who also sell jewelry.


No MLM, resell or non-handmade products.

Must provide your own tent (with weights), tables and chairs for a 10x10' outdoor space. No electricity provided since this is a daytime event.

Must be ready to sell by 10:00 a.m. and may not tear down before 3 p.m. for any reason.

Must pay invoice within 72 hours of acceptance or spot will be forfeited due to waitlists.

The State of Texas requires market vendors to have a sales tax ID. Artists are responsible for collecting and paying sales tax as required by law.


Vendor Application Deadline Reached

Acceptance emails will be sent out on September 2.

Vendors will be selected based on space availability, quality and originality of products, as well as online presence. Popular categories may be capped to avoid over saturation and direct competition between vendors.

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