Find a Stall

The 2019 Stalls Directory


Fair Blocks  1 – 8  are in Riddiford St from north – south

Fair Blocks  10  –  80 are the matching side streets EAST

Fair Block  11  is the matching side street WEST

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Stall Block 1

in Riddiford St from Mein to Emmett 

This Block hosts the Tangata Whenua Stage where the Festival Opening Ceremony will be held at 9.30am 

Backstage is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#1 of 4 onsite].

In Hall Street you can also join The Garden Party at Bebemos from 11am onwards,

101  Bebemos (in Hall Street)  A licensed Street Cafe, this year bringing you Bebemos Bloco Party and Afterparty – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

105  Carrello del Gelato  Fresh gelato and sorbet handmade right here in Newtown.

106  Hardieboys Beverages Fresh fermented gingerbeer, lemonade, lime, and freshly squeezed oj, and lemon honey ginger syrup, served and sold from our little wooden hut.

107  The Dukes of Sandwich Hot ciabatta sandwiches and burgers made from scratch, with lurve. Using free range, marinated and slow cooked meats, and local veges. We can also cater to gluten free, vegan, and other allergies – just ask us.

108  Tribal Roots Maori iwi clothing that reflects and promotes Aotearoa’s arts and culture.

109  Tumbleweed Tees NZ native birds, animals & landscapes printed onto T-shirts, baby clothes, notebooks, bags, tea towels

110  Ria’s Natural Health Soap Selling natural handmade soaps, lotions, shampoos, body butters, reed diffuses, etc.

111  Rainbow Bridge Shop Gifts, costumes, toys, flax mats, sunglasses etc. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

Behind the stalls here you will see Lloyd Kelly Jewellery – Local Business

112  Exploit Fashion Gorgeous designer fairy dresses and easy wear affordable clothing designed in NZ, manufactured overseas.

On the West side of Riddiford St:

120  Fritz’s Wieners  NZ made bratwursts served in a freshly baked baguette bun, with onions or sauerkraut and topped with your favourite mustard.

121  Electric Pukeko Headwear A great range of headwear and wooden arm polarised eyewear for Guys and Girls.

122  Newtown Greengrocer Selling delicious real fruit ice cream, organic juices and bottled drinks – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

123  Harpoon Cold Brew Coffee Cold Brew Coffee, by the bottle and nitro on tap

124  Alpaca Suri-Bol Alpaca wool clothing, ponchos, jackets, jumpers hats, scarves and 100% cotton shirts all made in south America.

125  Lush Clothing Clothing and jewellery from Thailand, Egypt, and Morocco.

126  Syd Social  Selling polymer clay earrings and hand made cards

127  Yetti Scrubs Range of Yetti Scrubs, bath and body products.

128  Mary Potter Hospice Information on the Hospice’s palliative care and the history of the hospice.

129  Alliance Francaise Wellington Alliance Française Wellington information, flyers, brochures and posters.

130  Government House Information about the free tours programme at Government House

131  BeDazzling Ltd Womens’ clothing, sarongs, scarves and jewellery, alongside some children’s superhero costumes

Stall Block 10

Emmett St

This street has lots of FOOD STALLS and hosts the Songs From the Old Country Stage.

Just through the gate in Saint Anne’s is the Filipino Village with Carnival Rides and Games and its Variety Show.

10-30  Roti Bay Selling many types of roti wrap e.g. butter chicken, satay chicken, prawn, lamb curry, vegetarian, and vegan

10-31  Langos Langos (fried bread puffs) with toppings including pesto, harissa, feta and tomatoes, plus sweet options.

10-32  Zaaffran a taste of Morocco Moroccan Wraps

10-33  The Greek Food Truck Greek food, including souvlaki, salad, burgers, fries, sweets and drinks.

10-34  Manaaki Whanau Hangi, fried bread and raw fish, fundraising for Manaaki Whanau Trust Ki Poneke, based in Naenae and providing food parcels for people in need.

10-35  Chiwi Catering Specialising in spanish and Latin American cuisine. Big pan Paella, a selection of Spanish tapas and small bite size items.

10-36  Cafe turkey Turkish meals, kebabs, chips, wedges, salads, chicken nuggets and soft drinks.

10-37  Montfoort Selling poffertjes, traditional dutch pancakes, with butter and powdered sugar.

10-38  NZHA Selling traditional Indian snacks: Dosa, Idli and Roti

10-39  Flavors of Europe  Yummy potato cakes laden with honey cured bacon, cheese, sour cream and a cheeky dash of sweet chilli sauce.

10-40  Loco Acai smoothie bowls – delicious healthy vegan smoothie bowls topped with fresh fruit and other goodies: homemade granola, coconut chips, cacao nibs and goji berries.

10-41  Matsuda Shouten Japanese food truck selling ramen, rice burgers, sushi and soft drinks.

10-42  Fritz’s Wieners NZ made bratwursts served in a freshly baked baguette bun, with onions or sauerkraut and topped with your favourite mustard.

10-43  Traditional Indian Street food Traditional Indian street food, such as roti wraps, Bhel Puri, samosas, and curries with roti and rice.

10-44  Bean Here Selling barista-style coffee, toasted sandwiches, iced cold drinks & smoothies.

10-45  Grill Republic Filipino food truck

10-46  Bulgarian food Selling already packed traditional Bulgarian baking like banitsa (filo pastry egg and cheese pie), bread, cookies, apple pie, cakes and biscuits.

10-47  Terem – Russian food and drink. Russian national cuisine: pancakes and sweets, pies, drinks and snacks.

At the end of Emmett St Street through the gate (in Saint Anne’s) is the Filipino Village.

Filipino Village Stalls – inside St Anne’s Hall and grounds

Filipino Village  E & MS BBQ Diniguan, siomai, beef caldereta, green taro leaf laing, lechon paksiw, steamed rice, beef/tripe kare kare, dirnks, puto kutsinta, pork crackling chicharron, biko.

Filipino Village  Samalamig Corner Selling ice cold grass jelly, and drinks with syrup and ice.

Filipino Village Awesome Amusements 4 Family Kids’ rides eg inflatables, bouncy castles, boats, roller ball, roaming animals, mini jeeps, hoops, clowns, big ape slides, and candy floss and shaved ice.

Filipino Village  Philippine Embassy Display National costumes, cultural presentation, brochures and flyers, flags etc.

Filipino Village  Ukay – Ukay Selling clothes, toys and bric-a-brac to fundraise.

Filipino Village  Art For Sale Fundraising, silent auction of paintings by Margaret and Ray Ritchie

There will be children’s rides in St Anne’s grounds, and a variety show all organised by the Filipino Village. From here you can access Green St (up a few Steps) where there are stalls with crafts and other quality goods.

Stall Block 11

Rintoul St

This street has lots of FOOD STALLS and hosts the Electric Car and Cycle Rides. It has the Wash against Waste Dishwasher Station serving all the stalls like the foodcourt.

Just around the corner in Colombo Street you’ll find the Latino Stage.

On the South side:

11-00  Anderson Street Kitchen Selling fresh healthy food! A mix of sweet and savoury baked goods and made-to-order light meals.

11-01  In bloom Selling vegan burgers and fries, nachos, and fresh fruit juices.

11-02  Yummy Ethiopia  Yummy vegan Ethiopian food.

11-03  Tequila Joe’s We are selling tacos, Mexican fries, corn chips, burgers, milkshakes, pink lemonades and cold drinks.

11-04  Bratwurst Bros.  All natural German Sausages from our own butchery in a freshly baked baguette with homemade sauces

11-05  Tuatara – Office Bar Outdoor lounge. Taking orders for Chilli Fries, Buffalo Wings, Texas Pork Ribs, Southern Fried Chicken Burger from midday. Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

11-08  Oriental Food Selling dumplings, dim sum, spring rolls, soft drinks.

11-09  Good Taste Thai We sell three specialty Thai market style noodles, with chicken, prawn, veg & vegan options, and iced tea.

11-10  Patty and Co Serving grilled chicken and BBQ’ed pork and roast pork, and soft drinks and water.

11-11  SDPS Trust NZ We sell masala dosa and ragda pattice

11-12  Shalom Church Selling smoothies and other drinks.

11-13  Fritz’s Wieners NZ made bratwursts served in a freshly baked baguette bun, with onions or sauerkraut and topped with your favourite mustard.

11-14   Somali Food Come and get some delicious Somali food. Rice, chicken, chapati, sambusa and more!

On the North side:

11-30  Newtown Social Club   – Local Business, also open when its not Festival time!

11-31  Wellington Hospitals Foundation Information from Wellington Hospital’s official charity.

11-32  Saint Mary of the Angels Church I will be selling a cook book with recipes donated by the parishioners to raise funds for seisemic strengthening of the church.

11-33  Amnesty International Amnesty International information and brochures, and a couple of petitions on human rights for people to sign

11-35  BODYFX Festival face & body painting, and Bio-Glitter

11-36  Kiwi Nutrition Wellington owned and run nutrition and health company, selling high quality pure New Zealand whey protein in a number of flavours, and providing product samples.

11-37  Integrity Plus Limited Organic rice packages and cocoa powder packages

11-38  Arbonne Arbonne skincare; botanically-based make-up and nutrition products free of nasty chemicals. We will be taking orders for online purchases.

11-40  Bloom Collective Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

11-41  Daughters and co crystals Crystals and scented soy melts

11-42  Kumundi Enterprises Selling cushions made of Indian fabric and NZ wool, silk/cotton clothing, bed covers, jewellery.

11-43  BeeWrapt NZ’s own original washable beeswax foodwrap – keeps food fresh and delicious.

11-44  Bee Fresh Farms Ltd Honey and bee related products, including balms and soaps. A selection of Wellington’s finest artisan food products.

11-45  South Wellington Montessori School Information stall for South Wellington Montessori School

11-51  Kiwi eCycle Ltd Display of electric cycles with test rides available.

11-52  Better NZ Trust Electric vehicle showcase – see, ride and drive vehicles!

Stall Block 2

in Riddiford St from Emmett to Green

This Block hosts Black Coffee’s Festival lineup featuring plenty of local talent.

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

201  Bloom Hearing Specialists Offering free hearing screenings and ear wax checks, hearing aid check and clean, and hearing conservation information and advice.

202  Clay Art Ltd Brightly coloured and textured cermaics, and succulents

204  Circa Theatre Circa Theatre fliers and brochures – come and find out what’s on!

205  Global Soap Handmade soap products, specialty soap bars, lip smoothies, fizz bombs, all made from natural products and essential oils

206  Black Coffee Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

208  Emuology Canterbury Emu Oil based natural healthcare, including E-Balm anti-inflammatory, Skin Repair and Moisturisers.

209  Aureate Cakery and Unbakery Lavishly decorated cupcakes in a variety of flavours and dietary choices.

210  PASHMINAS FROM SHERAZAD Offering pashminas made of silk, wool and rayon in various shades, colours, designs and sizes, costume jewellery and printed fabric

Behind the stalls here you will see Castles Chemist – Local Business

211  Sweet Janes Beautiful locally made clothing and accessories – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

212  Swell Gallery A range of beautiful and inspiring locally made art, gifts, curios and other goodness! – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

On the West side of Riddiford St:

224 Biddy Bodacious Women’s natural fabric clothing.

225 Kd One Natural/organic Skincare & Cosmetics made in Wellington from NZ plant extract.

226 Rubia Express Cafe, Breakfast, brunch, lunch  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

227 George Holley Pottery, fossils, osteological specimens and scientific curiosities.

228  TQAPRINZ Homemade adults and children’s aprons, toddler and baby bibs.

229  Kiwiana, Retro, Curios and Recycled Stuff! Collectables, kiwiana, curios and recycled stuff!

230 Pranah Cafe Vegan food, cakes, donuts, sweets, and cold drinks. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

231  Share International  Free information – Save our planet, environment, share the world’s resources to ensure justice and peace

232  New Zealand Coin Works NZ Coin Jewellery made with silver and paua.

232a Access to The Office Bar  From midday taking orders for Chilli Fries, Buffalo Wings, Texas Pork Ribs, and Southern Fried Chicken Burger

Local Business, also open when its not Festival time!

233  Pony lane A range of homewares e.g. glassware and decorative items.

Stall Block 20

Green St

At the end of this street, on through the fence (in Saint Anne’s), is the Filipino Village.

Green St, North side

20-00  AromaSense Handmade skin care essential oils and accesories.

20-01  Estilo NZ Jessica and Sarah, mothers themselves, create practical yet stylish nursery products that other mums can use and appreciate. They include features to give a helping hand to all the amazing mums out there!

20-02  Missy Chu Pam, mother of two, loves making accessories that are fun, quirky and practical for babies, toddlers and preschoolers.

20-03  Dragonfly Soap co Handmade and natural soap and beauty products with ethical packaging.

20-04  Rongotai Greens  Leaflets providing information about Rongotai Greens/NZ Green Party.

20-05  Kaz Designs Decoupage hearts with kiwiana and quotes, plus abstract acrylic art rounds

20-07 Wild Nature A range of pure organic aloe vera skincare, haircare and make-up .

20-08  Dolly B Dangled Dolly B Dangled will be looking as dazzling as she did last year with a few more blingy bits added. Selling handmade jewellery and accessories made from doll hands. All made here in Wellington

20-09  Joy de Geus and Doug Ford Paintings, cards and calendars.

20-10  Pyramid Sky Mandala & Sacred Geometry prints on fabric, cushions, t-shirts, and hoodies for sale.

20-11  Hey Charlie Bravo Illustration Original art, art prints, illustration & illustrated products, commissioned art, greeting cards, play money etc.

20-12  LZ Pottery Unique, hand made, wheel working tableware ceramics for sale.

20-13  CRE8 Polymer clay jewellery, handmade in NZ.

20-14  Rebecca_andmore NZ Handmade crochet hemp bags

20-15  Toi Whaiwhaia A variety of handmade and handcrafted jewellery, clothing and art by a handful of Wellington artists.

20-16  Homegrown Herbal Apothecary Specialising in homegrown, organic herbal tea blends, and herb infused natural skincare. Also a range of handmade, wool felted crafts including puppets & facemasks.

20-17  Kiwi Kids Books  Self published kiwiana kids books made in NZ

20-18  Annual Ink Selling a tea towel designed by Giselle Clarkson (from Eastbourne), as a fundraiser for publishing children’s books by New Zealand authors.

20-19  ESSOH Locally illustrated, designed and crafted printware. Fine art prints and stationary.

20-20  Totes NZ and The Chandlery  Beautifully scented soy candles, bath bombs and soap all made from sustainably sourced natural ingredients, plus funky tote bags, kids’ aprons and baby bibs made from upcycled material. All handmade in Wellington.

20-21  friendly prickle We sell locally sourced plants, incl. succulents and cacti, in handmade New Zealand pottery

20-22  Hue and Clay Handmade clay and gold jewellery and acrylic earrings and necklaces.

20-23  Tropical Bali Rattan Bags  Handmade designer rattan shoulder bags from artisan producers. Bringing trending international fashion to you!

20-24  FLUFF Selling jewellery, sun hats, art prints, tote bags and printed tees.

20-25  Daphne Dashfield Ceramic Artist Porcelain jewellery and other individually handcrafted ceramics and pottery. All designed and made by me, in Wellington.

20-26  Palmah  A student run clothing company based in Wellington, for people who like to take life a little seriously and enjoy its moments as they float on by.

20-27  Overgrown Jewellery  Clay earrings, scrunchies & illustration prints

20-28  MY FOLLIES Cotton products made in NZ, shower fizzies, doily craft, and wall art, garden art, kiwiana, bespoke designs.

20-29  Mindalao Selling dream catchers and blankets made with New Zealand wool.

20-30  NZ handcraft Selling handcarved green stone, handmade crystal, silver and leather jewellery.

Green St, South side

20-40  Lambert’s Luscious Men’s Grooming Products

20-41  Hound and About Dog Walking I sell hand made dog collars and leads as well as bracelets and key rings from paracord, and dried dog treats.

20-42  Eclo Art by Emy Oikawa Eclo Art is a company that makes jewellery and art pieces out of oven bake and non-dry clay (or plasticine). Also they make cards and postcards from photos of the art pieces that Emy (the artist) have done before. For more information contact her by email and check out her instagram and facebook : @ecloart

20-43  Simply Kawakawa Natural healing Balm We sell Kawakawa infused healing balm, along with a range of other products designed to be gentle on the skin and help with healing.

20-44  Dixie t Selling handmade ceramics

20-45  No. 8 Essentials Ltd Natural perfumes and personalcare

20-46  NZ First New Zealand First brochures and sign up lists.

20-48  Beauty and the Wind Selling beautiful kinetic art made here in Wellington. We have a variety of wooden and metal pieces that are perfect additions to homes and gardens, all designed are made to dance/spin and twirl in the wind.

20-49  Ghost Fishing New Zealand  Promoting environmental awareness and marine conservation through ocean and coastline clean-ups..

20-50  Fanny Adams Underwear Quality underwear designed by and for New Zealanders since 2002, and merino socks.

20-51  Shazzam Inspirations Inspirational wallhangings, crystals, jewellery, incense, healing wands & other giftware.

20-53  Pots by Aimee Wheel thrown and hand built functional and decorative pottery/ceramics.

20-54  prelovable attire  Preloved /new womens clothing + accessories

20-55 Cushie Silk, velvet, linen cushions, textiles, pre-loved clothing, Bric a Brac and collectables

20-56  Otherwayside Japanese homewares & authentic Japanese vintage garments

20-57  Paula Petherick Fine art photography, featuring New Zealand flora and fauna. Prints and handmade art blocks available.

20-59  Gypsy and Soul We sell Tibetan Singing bowls and beautiful mandala cloths, as well as other accessories from India, including ceramic painted door knobs, brass earrings and prayer flags.

20-60  PoppetMade Handmade baby items, such as booties, beanies, bibs and teethers. Small toys, quilts. All made in Lower and Upper Hutt.

20-61  Niue Craft Stall Selling locally made handicrafts – weaving, flower head pieces, jewellery, bags, and good quality clothes.

20-62  KuduBijou & Live Oak Salvation A joint shop selling handmade leather goods, artwork and jewelry.

20-63  Plucky Sheilas, Niche Textile Studios, Button Jar Loom woven cushions, wraps, baby blankets and handmade baskets. Handmade jewellery and art made from recycled materials inspired by the New Zealand suffragists and other strong women. Beautiful objects made from paper

20-64  Mothers, Babies and Beyond  Bespoke handcrafted natural fibre clothing mostly for babies and children, with a small selection of maternity wear, adult clothing and accessories  

Stall Block 3

in Riddiford St from Green to Wilson

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

300  Pureborn Organic  Ethically-made, organic cotton babywear for sale.

301  Robyn Reynolds aka Go Clothing Women’s clothing focusing on fit, shape, style, and colour using natural fibers where at all possible. Designed and made in Nelson, NZ.

302  Three Little Kids Locally handmade childrens clothes and accessories.

303  Wood you or wool you Native wooden miniature hand painted houses, and NZ-made woollen blankets

304  hats & sunglasses by mark and lily A large selection of fashion hats and sunglasses for sale

305  Jimmy’s foodmart Barbecue selling Indian chops & corn on the cob, and mango lassies. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

306  Moz-art Selling handmade clothing out of new, vintage and recycled materials and decoration art pieces

307  Paua Frita Clothing and Art Prints Designer kiwiana clothing and art prints

309  Savvy Touch A range of topical naturally based or 100% natural products designed & manufactured in NZ for the whole family

310  Mr Bun Bakery and Hot Foods Local Newtown Bakery with scrumptious baked goods, fried chicken & chips, Cambodian street food, Vietnamese food, desserts & cold drinks. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

311  Crystal Lady Pottery, plaques and crystals.

312  Newtown Kindergarten Information stall to promote Newtown Kindergarten, also selling beeswax wraps and face painting. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

On the West side of Riddiford St:

319  Gem Division Handcrafted individually designed contemporary jewellery, featuring textured metals and gemstones.

320  Lunar Blue Designs I sell fun and colourful handmade polymer clay earrings, made locally in Aro Valley.

321  Planet Spice Selling Indian food – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

322  Sweet and Sour NZ Selling long length fruit flavoured licorice as well as fashion and accessories

323  Blue Bell Club – All Things Pacifica Pacifica products including cushions, applique frames and Tivaevae Bed Throws.

324  Book Hound Selling books from our shop. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

325  The Denier Store Womens’ fashion tights and stockings.

326  Willow Jewellery and Crafts Willow Jewellery and Crafts makes unique handmade glass jewellery (necklaces and earrings).

327  Dakshina – Seasonings and Curry Mixes We sell prepackaged seasonings and curry mixes.

328  Curry Heaven A wide range of delicious curries, samosas and Indian Cuisine and drinks made inside our famous kitchen! – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

329  2B Natural Insect Repellent We sell a 100% natural, long lasting, water-resistant, kiwi made insect repellent

330  Lynsey Champion Hats Handmade NZ designer hats

332  Silver Science Jewellery Science themed jewellery – chemical molecule earrings, anatomically correct necklaces and much more.

333  redrockhats Selling quality summer and leather hats, vintage tin signs, and scarves

334  Kruizey kidz NZ handmade babies and children’s clothing and accessories.

335  The Discount T – Newtown Giftware; Incense, T-shirts, Clocks, Footballs, 21st keys, glasswares, cold drinks & water etc. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

336  Centre for Public Health Research, Massey University Looking for people to take part in asthma and occupational exposure research for Massey University.

337  jewellery and accessories Selling 18 ct gold plated jewellery (including chains, earrings, necklace) watches, bracelets. Also Indian Kurtis and dresses

338 Mother of Coffee Ethiopian Traditional Ethiopian food (vegan) and drinks, house-roasted coffee, traditional coffee ceremonies. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

Stall Block 30

Wilson St

This street hosts the legendary ParrotDog Wilson St Stage, and the pop-up Deathray street stage.

While you watch the twin stages you can enjoy an ale in the Parrotdog Footpath Balcony Bar.

In the carpark is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#2 of 4 onsite].

North Side of Wilson St:

30-01  Viva Mexico – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

30-02  INDIAN GRILL TIME We will sell butter chicken rot, chicken tikka roti, with vegetarian options available.

30-04  Fruitscoop Gelato Gelato and ice cream

30-06  Heavenly Pizza Serving pizza and coffee

South side of Wilson St:

30-16  CD and Vinyl Heaven Quality, rare and collectable CDs and Vinyl albums in as-new condition

30-17  Jacquie Fee Accessories Handmade earrings; hoops, glittered cigarette butts, polymer, and fringing.

30-18  Renters United Find out about Renters United and join the campaign for a fair deal for renters.

30-19  Lia’s Facial Threading Service Offering hair threading services.

30-20  The Little Goat Serving fresh & healthy Mediterranean food, bbq chicken, goat & halloumi pitas served with salads & homemade dips.

30-30  Moon/ ParrotDog cafe bar, food from Cicio Cacio Fried calamari, salsiccia, focaccia with mortadella, and fries from Cicio Cacio. Head into the restuarant for $10 pasta! – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

Stall Block 4

in Riddiford St from Wilson to Constable

This Block hosts the Baobab Oasis in Baobab’s rear courtyard, the Moon  After Party and the New World Community Stage on the corner of Constable Street.

St Johns First Aid is beside the Community Stage, parked  in the Fish Fins driveway off Riddiford Street.

The Festival Info Stall is just around the corner at Kia Ora, 6 Constable Street. The Police onsite can be found via our Info stall.

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

401  New Zealand Labour Party  

402  Moon 1 Ltd Licensed street café hosting an after party  – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

404  Enjoy Hemp Hats Hemp hats and bags.

405  PUZZLENTIME Wooden IQ Puzzles for all ages and MAXSART cards

406  Olivia Bezett Artist Auckland-based artist selling high-quality animal art prints

407  Kapiti Real Fruit Ice Cream Real fruit icecream

408  Raptor Rubs New Zealand Limited  NZ Made Herb and Spice Rubs – Free Samples on morsels of lamb or salmon.

On the West side of Riddiford St:

410  Baobab  Licensed Street Café  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

412  preloved women’s clothing and accessories Preloved women’s clothing, accessories & jewellery

413  Haewai Meadery Sampling and Selling Honey Mead from Houghton Bay [Bottled, not for consumption at the Festival].

414  SilverCircus Petone-made children’s clothing featuring screenprinted designs from Wellington artists.

415  Ruahine Award winning New Zealand made Fruit Port and hand-blown glassware.

416  Platinum Nails Nail salon products

417  New Generation Liquorice A quality New Zealand-made range of liquorice, nougat and fudge, with delicious flavours produced specifically for New Generation Liquorice.

418  Dave’s Ceramic Art Ceramic art and wildlife photo cards.

419  GARUDA FOODTRUCK Serving Indonesian food

420  Book Haven Books! And a space to breathe! – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

421  Copper Uncovered I sell handmade copper and brass artwork, tealights, flowers, jewellery, and other gifts.

422  Koakoa Limoncello Liqueurs handmade on the Kapiti Coast

423  Opportunity for Animals Delicious vegan food – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

424  Sweetly Vegan A vegan ethical store selling a range of products from candles to scrubs to cake mixes to reuseable items.

425  Chan’s Eatery Selling dumplings, roast pork buns and other yummy nibbles! – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

Stall Block 40

Constable St

This street hosts the Living Wage Stage up by Daniell Street, and the Newtown New World Community Stage at Riddiford Street

The Festival Info Stall is at Kia Ora, 6 Constable Street. The Police onsite can be found via our Info stall.

St Johns First Aid is beside the Community Stage (in Riddiford Street).

North side of Constable St:

40-00  Wellington Region Emergency Management Office – WR Promoting new Earthquake Guide resource to everyone who attends.

40-02  Newtown Community and Cultural Centre 

40-03  Kaibosh Food Rescue Information about Kaibosh Food Rescue; our work and volunteering.

40-04  Vincents Art Workshop  Information about Vincents, art works for sale

40-05  Vietnamese food  Vietnamese crafts and food including summer rolls, banh mi, fried rice and more.

40-06  House of Dumplings Panfried handmade dumplings from ethically sourced ingredients.

40-07  Firebird  Selling international street food with vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and meat options, such as chorizo sandwiches, falafel burgers, spinach yoghurt feta whip and red salad, GF and vegan cakes etc.

40-08  Tom’s Chimney Cake & Langosh  Hungarian bakery that serves chimney cakes, hot dogs and fried bread.

40-09  Elemental Eats Food Truck  Meat and salads, fries, churros. Kumara pies. All gluten and dairy free. Vegan and vegetarian options.

40-11  Mao and Co, Handmade Dumplings and Noodles  Specialising in handmade dumplings and noodles.

40-12  New Zealand Myanmar Ethnics Council Inc. Introducing the NZMEC cultural food and information on what the NZMEC is doing to connect with a wider local community.

40-13  Four Hawk Day Wines  Four Hawk Day Wines are produced on our family vineyard in Marlborough’s Waihopai Valley. We will be selling: Sauvignon Blanc 2018, Reserve Sauvignon Blanc 2014, Rose 2018, Pinot Gris 2018, Pinot Noir 2015.

40-13  Four Hawk Day Selling wine from Blenheim in sealed bottles, free samples

40-14  Newtown Library: Open! Free books, competitions, kids activities, information on the Newtown Library Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

40-15  Electoral Commission  Information stall educating people on the importance of voting and getting them enrolled to vote.

40-16  Department of Corrections An information stall for the Department of Corrections featuring the work we do in prisons and in communities, and frontline staff who will be available to interact with the public, answering questions about their roles and the recruitment process.

40-17  Victim Support Goods made by prisoners for charity sale

40-18  Wellington Lions Club Providing information promoting the Lions club.

40-19  Kapai Kettle Corn Fresh popped kettle style popcorn.

40-20  NOPESISTERS CLOTHING Charity t-shirts designed with awareness messages for five local charity partners.

40-20a  Wellington Rape Crisis  We will be providing information about Wellington Rape Crisis’ services, offering support, maybe selling tote bags too.

40-21  Wellington Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation An information stall to advise the community about our work with survivors of sexual abuse.

40-22  Wa Collective Sales and information on Wā menstrual cups, a Wellington based social enterprise. Every cup sold subsidises one for someone in need both at a local and national level.

40-23 Waiora Kawakawa balms Homemade natural skin remedies Kawakawa balms and Kawakawa oil moisturisers

40-24  Collaborate Interactive game to get people excited about volunteering

40-25  Donut Express Donut caravan selling fresh hot mini donuts and shaved ice

40-26  Phiten Health and Performance Health and Fitness products


40-28  I Love Dumplings Vegan and vegetarian dumplings, both steamed and fried.

40-29  Miss Arepas We make and sell vegan, vegetarian and meta arepas, all gluten free.

40-30  Medina “Moroccan Bazaar” Moroccan inspired food from a Moroccan chef. Also, Moroccan pottery,

40-31  Iced NZ Natural fruit slush drinks and bottled water.

40-32  Show TV Homeware and outdoors/garden products

40-32  Show TV Homeware and outdoors/garden products

40-33  U18 Demons Softball Team Selling steak sandwiches, fried bread, and drinks. Fundraising for the U18 Demons softball team.

40-34  Roti King Selling roti wraps.

40-35  THE CRAFTED AND CO. Burgers & sweet treats.

40-36  Muscogen Woods Chainsaw art, nursery plants and original artworks

40-37  Karma Cola Co Good looking, great tasting, do gooding drinks. Good for our planet, our growers, and as good for you as fizzy drinks can be. #DrinkNoEvil.

40-38  Living Wage Information Stall  By the Living Wage Stage.

Outside Z Service station is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#3 of 5 onsite]

South side of Constable St:

40-40  Wonderment A real mixed bag here. Pre-loved vintage retro collectables, curios, animal skins, artworks, kitchenware, jewels, bric-a-brac and riff raff. A little something for everyone

40-41  Hide & Sleek A beautiful range of white NZ Kid Skin cushions, pillows and throws backed with white velvet. White, simple, sophisticated.

40-42  Ds Charms and Crafts Hand made food/casserole holders, oven mitts, re-usable lunch/snack bags, rag bags, aprons, charm bracelets and necklaces.

40-43  Newtown Bakery Offering freshly baked goods and hot food. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

40-44  Things Unseen Handcrafted vintage style jewellery

40-45  The Soi Collection Bohemian style womens’ clothing and accessories.

40-45a  Newtown Festival Headquarters Information about the Festival – programme, maps, ‘lost and found’. Police Base. Also information about Newtown Residents’ Association

40-46a  Splendid Photographic Retail Goods

40-46  Limoncello Sovrano Limoncello from Keri Keri, free supervised sample tastings.

40-47 Fin Clothing Clothing combining elements of form, structure and simplicity. My designs include the Famous Fin pants, skirts, tops, dresses and the very popular Caravan Cuties shorts

40-48  Mindalao Hair braiding for children and adults.

40-49  Ms. Information, fundraising, and petition signing space in solidarity with the Save Our Unique Landscape campaign.

40-51  Peoples Coffee Famous Peoples Fair-Trade Organic Coffee, Cold-Brew Coffee, Cold drinks and delicious food! Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

40-52  Newtown Early Learning centre Giving away free water, sun lotion, selling tea towels – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

40-53  Dynamite Music Free 10-minute music lessons. Information about music lessons in local schools – including half price ($7/week) lessons for community services card holders.

40-54  Crafty Dragon Selling handmade jewellery, lightcatchers, bookmarks, childrens giftpacks, wishstones, pewter critters on schist, crystals and crystal talismans.

40-55  Island Time Shoes and Leathermania  Colourful woven summer shoes and sandals for women & men, and handmade NZ leather bags, moccasins, etc.

40-56  Coconut Gallery Our own unique brand of naturally and ethically sourced clothing and hand made accessories.

40-57  Parry Soap NZ handmade artisan boutique soaps, balms, and shampoos with all natural ingredients, colours & fragrances

40-58  la mode de Paris Silver jewellery  clothing.

40-59  Munch Cupboard Limited Eco products for kitchens, incl. organic beeswax wraps, vegan wraps and organic produce wraps.

40-60  HomeTech Solatube Wellington Displaying a range of company products; solatubes, attic stairs, skylights, ventiliation to arrange income consultations.

40-61  Lilys Collection Giftware and accessories, hats and swing chairs.

40-62  LA ROTISSERIE Free range rotisserie chicken, duck, and pork. Duck fat roasted potatoes, fresh coleslaw, sandwichs and drinks.

40-63  Milano pasta bar Limited We sell pasta, steak and cheesecake

40-64  Pomegranate Kitchen Serving Middle Eastern food, hot and cold, and cold drinks.

40-65  Fritz’s Wieners German bratwursts served in a freshly baked baguette bun, with onions or sauerkraut and topped with your favourite mustard.

40-66  Dutchy’s Burger Joint Selling cones or ‘puntzakken’ of hand cut chips with handmade garlic mayo or tomato sauce. Dutchy street style.

40-67  Kiwi Donuts Trailer selling hot mini donuts.

40-68  Jim Bom Selling kebabs and cans of soft drink.

40-69  Hot Like A Mexican Amazing real Mexican food by a real Mexican.

40-70  Handy Stacks Handystacks of firewood

40-72  Animal Services Hutt City and Wellington City Council Information for dog owners; laws, registration, microchipping, and giveaways.  

Stall Block 5

in Riddiford St from Constable to Newtown Ave

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

500  Alpaca Suri-Bol Alpaca clothes, made in South America by cottage people. Jumpers, jerseys, ponchos, vests, shawls, scarves, hats and other hand made crafts.

501  Good Boy “Hole in the wall” establishment. Offering seating for coffee/tea drinkers and eaters. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

502  Pottery NZ New Zealand Pottery – hand painted stoneware.

503  Kereru Natural Products Natural body care; handmade soap, essential oils, candles, balms and soaps

504  BD Photography NZ Iconic Landscape & Kiwiana Photography, range includes canvas prints, photoblocks, coasters, notepads and more, and NZ made fabrics and hats

506  Copper Catkin Handmade jewellery and custom-printed fabrics from my own drawings

507  Inretrospect Homeware and gifts with a superhero and vintage book theme. Includes wall hangings, coasters, magnets and framed pictures.

508  The Ramen Shop Steamed buns and noodles.  Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

509  Amadeus Hair & Beauty Hair products and repurposed plastic bags for sale. Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

510  Mamias Ethiopian sauces and meals.

511  Eastern Food Distributors BBQ food, soft drinks – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

On the West side of Riddiford St:

520  Indian Sweets and Snacks Curry, samosas, vegetarian pakoras, drinks.

521  Carrello del Gelato Deliciously refreshing ice blocks completely handmade from fresh ingredients right here in Newtown.

522  FROLIC Quality womens’ clothing, hats and jewellery

523  serious straws Manufacturing and selling straw sunhats

524  Evolve Designs Womens’ summer clothing, our own unique designs in bold, one off prints.

526  Verdee Photography & Fashion  A wide range of concepts photographed, digitally printed and transformed into women’s clothing and bags, allowing people to wear thought-provoking art. Prints also available.

527  patisserie delight cafe Summer rolls, rice noodle salad, chicken kebabs, pork steamed bun, cold drinks, coffee, and milkshakes. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

528  Leslie Dinou  Seagrass baskets, wheat packs, door stops, draught stops.

529  Summer Snow Trailer selling shaved ice.

Stall Block 50

Newtown Avenue

This street hosts the Tuatara Newtown Avenue Stage, and the VUWSA lounge

North side:

50-00  Love Mussel Fritters Serving BBQ mussel fritters with sauce on a slice of bread.

50-01  Blue Nile Ethiopian restaurant Ethiopian food and drinks.

50-02  Taco Addicts  Tex-Mex/Austin style tacos with vegetarian, vegan, GF options. All handmade with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal local ingredients.

50-03  Krishna Food Selling vegan icecream and donuts

50-04  Happy Banana Thai street food – Pad Thai, Thai Fish Cake, Springroll, Chicken Sate, Thai Deepfried Banana.

50-05 Future Health Selling hemp seeds and hemp seed oil, hemp seed protein, hempseed oil based skincare products. Also manuka honey, kanuka honey and wild flower honey.

50-07  Roti Variety Selected authentic Indian and Sri-Lankan dishes, such as roti wraps, samosas and delicious briyani.

50-09  MR CIRCLE Food trailer selling Chinese crepes

50-10  MR CIRCLE Food trailer selling Chinese crepes

50-11  Whicked foods We are selling kiwiana style foods from our food cart.

50-12  The Hot Wafel Serving Belgian waffles.

50-13  K&k food caravan We sell chicken satay, beef kebabs, chicken and beef baguettes, chicken or vegan lot cha (stir fried noodles), chicken or beef bay cha (stir fried rice).

50-14  ForknDough We will be selling fresh handmade pasta with homemade pasta sauces.

50-15  Greek Souvlaki Greek souvlaki, scotch fillet, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options available.

50-16  Mamias Authentic Ethiopian curries with injera (special Ethiopian flat bread); bottled Ethiopian sauces.

South side:

50-20  To’o & Lina Nanai Stall Polynesian food stall: sausage sizzle, pork buns, chop suey & rice.

50-22  Raji’s Heena Selling henna tattoos

50-23  Extinction Rebellion Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington Information about Extinction Rebellion goals and actions in Wellington and Aotearoa New Zealand.

50-24  SeaSick Sunscreen Co.  Handmade here in Wellington, Seasick Sunscreen is about caring for the ocean and protecting your skin.

50-25  Lifeteen Wellington Information on Lifeteen, as well as selling goods including stainless steel drink bottles and tote bags.

50-26  HEX Products Selling organic hair oil, runes and sigils, stones, patches, organic candles, crystal cluster soaps, magickal oils, totems, talismans, recycled leather pouches, jewellery and more

50-27  The Collectors The Collectors Vintage recycled clothing and homewares

50-28  The Opportunities Party Offering flyers, pens and information etc on The Opportunities Party.

Stall Block 6

in Riddiford St from Newtown Ave to Normanby

Thanks to McDonalds this Block hosts the Buskers Pitch – carpark street performance !

Beside McDonalds is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#4 of 5 onsite]

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

601  Blue Star Kiwi  Hand crafted miniatures and jewellery crafted from them.

603  HYDRADYE Hydradye clothing designed and made in New Zealand. Wonderful warm merino ponchos. Cool linen and cotton dresses. A range of lace jackets, mesh tops and accessories

604  Wellington Epilepsy Support Kites and beanies and cards for sale, information and pamphlets, books on Epilepsy First Aid available.

605  Samoan Catholic Sunday School Samoan chop suey and rice, cold drinks, sausage sizzle.

606  Wellington Branch of the Muscular Dystrophy Association Providing information about neuromuscular conditions

607  Wellington Branch of the Muscular Dystrophy Association Selling Eco products (fabric shopping bags and reusable food wraps etc) to fundraise for disability support charity

608  The Hits radio The Hits radio station broadcasting from the Festival.

609  African Market West African woven baskets, musical instruments, carvings and wall hangings.

610  Classic African Style Design Classic African Style Design – beautiful creations, clothing designed and made right here in Newtown!

611  Vinnies Wellington Selling products made from upcycled/recycled textile waste from Vinnies op shop as part of the Vinnies Re Sew. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

On the West side of Riddiford St:

622  Saarah’s Henna Saarah’s Henna is Wellingtons premier boutique henna tattoo service.

623  empire auctions NZ made socks and cloths.

624  Eaglestone Crystals, minerals, fossils and gemstone pendants.

625  G&A Trading Selling splat balls and leather bracelets

626  Taniwhayaje South American crafts, ponchos, jackets, blankets, hair wraps, bracelets.

627  Don’t be a white cat..It’s Hearing Awareness Week! Rising awareness for hearing loss on Hearing Awareness Week, and giving away White Cat pins for koha.

628  The HippieStraw –  A Wellington company selling reusable straws in a wide range of colours and sizes, cotton produce bags, bamboo toothbrushes, bamboo coffee cups etc.

Stall Block 60

Normanby St

This street hosts the Normanby St Stage

North side:

60-01  Galit Maxwell Pottery Wheel thrown pottery and hand-built ceramics

60-02  Charming Jewellery & Ruchi’s Heena We sell high quality jewellery at very reasonable prices, and henna tattoos of your choice within a few minutes

60-03  Luna & Celeste Crystals from around the world, jewellery and home decor

60-04  Qualms Handmade earrings and other jewellery

60-05  Dripped With Honey Polymer clay earrings and silk bags

60-06  Ngati Fifi High quality, bold, original, reversible fun skirts for sale.

60-07  Kingfisher Leather NZ Handmade leather bags and accessories, including belts, purses, keyrings, card wallets, phone purses.

60-08  creepwear & Brazen Ranges of Newtown and Wellington based t-shirts and tote bags for sale.

60-09  Coconut Gallery Our own unique brand of naturally and ethically sourced clothing and hand made accessories.

60-10  Summer-soul Peruvian craft jewellery, hair braidings and hair wraps.

60-11  Mevo Car Come check our Mevo’s electric hybrid Audi – NZ’s first climate positive and free-floating car share! Mevo is here to show you the future of transportation, and talk all things environmental!

South side:

60-20  la creperie  Selling French crepes.

60-21  Harpoon Cold Brew Coffee Cold Brew Coffee, by the bottle and nitro on tap

60-22  Ggeez Clothing and Greenary Skincare  Made in Wellington rockabilly/pinup and bogan-esque inspired womens and baby wear with a range of upcycled and pre-loved as well, and zero-low waste handcrafted botanical skincare line that makes products including zero waste shampoo and conditioner bars, deodorants and spf-tested vegan suncreen.

60-23  Paua Art By Jessie Selling paua shell and natural medium wall sculptures mainly regarded as unique kiwiana.

60-24  Bohzali Vintage and new Moroccan rugs and home furnishings including leather poufs, cushions, lanterns. As well as accessories including leather bags, straw bags and sandals.

60-25  Emblem Wellington made designer fashion and accessories

60-27  Amazing Iris Garden Iris plants for sale

60-28  Zari Henna Selling notebooks with henna designs, and doing henna tattoos.

60-29  Mevo Talk to us about the future of climate-positive transportation, our expansion in Wellington into Newtown and other suburbs, and the Mevo movement

60-30  Mevo Car Come check our Mevo’s electric hybrid Audi – NZ’s first climate positive and free-floating car share! Mevo is here to show you the future of transportation, and talk all things environmental!

Stall Block 7

in Riddiford St from Normanby to Donald McLean

At the south end of this Block [inside the old Petrol Station] are the Festival of Praise and an outdoor lounge.

In Gordon St (off Riddiford St) there are Balance Bike Rides for littlies, and in Gordon Place, Lime Scooter practice rides, Switched On Bikes, a Mini Bike Rodeo and the Fortune Favours Songwriters Showcase.

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

701  Flickers Clothing Great range of women’s summer clothing.

702  Papaya Clothing Women’s cotton clothing and parachute hammocks

703  Lavender Abbey Award winning lavender essential oil and hand crafted natural products – Grown and created in Carterton, Wairarapa.

704  Brendan Grant Artwork Prints of my artwork, mostly wellington city paintings, in affordable formats. Fridge magnets, cards, coasters, matted prints

705  Ross & Found Jewellery Good quality jewellery at great prices.

706  Bagem Collection Lifestyle goods and pet accessories handmade in NZ from canvas and quality fabrics

707  Raymond Road and Lush Eco-friendly wall decorations, garden art and jewellery.

708  Everest Ayurveda Selling Nepalese Ayurvedic Herbal teas to help with various health conditions, educating people on the ancient science of Ayurveda, and promoting free meditation classes.

709  Back To Living Chiropractic Our registered and accredited chiropractors perform free spinal screenings and offer a discounted rate to become clients.

710  Total Health Chiropractic Complimentary spinal health checks

712  Tenancy Services Information and Education Providing free giveaways and information on Tenancy Services.

713  The Brothers Coldpress Juice Selling cold pressed juice

714  Rongoa Of The Forest Kawakawa products, crystals, soaps, Himalayan salt lamps and glow in the dark balloons

On the West side of Riddiford St:

720  Wellington Zinemakers Collective Making and selling zines, and providing information about the Wellington zinemaking community and Zinefest.

721  Regenerate Magazine Regenerate Magazine is a magazine that provides work opportunities for people affected by homelessness and poverty

722  Eden Orchards Pure cherry juice.

723  Smile Clothing NZ A timeless collection of natural linen styles for us ladies, designed for you in our home studio

724  Mountain Mac apparel Mountain Apparel sells outdoor workwear! Come past to get the best priced oilskin in the country!

725  Kingdom of Klah Handprinted garments and prints accompanied by stories set in the Kingdom of Klah, a mysterious parallel universe.

726  The Jewellery Box Handmade sterling silver jewellery for sale.

727  Retro Art Mid-century art in recycled/upcycled frames to funky up your home.

728  Hutt Ribs Delicious pork ribs, chicken with peri peri and lemon & herb sauces, biriyani, curry, pasta, burgers. – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

729  Project Bloom Photography Studio – see their photos, book photoshoots, have a chance to win a free photoshoot.

730  Camkiwi Selling hats and clothing

731  Coastal Cowhides High quality cowhides and cowhide products.

732  Eaglestone Crystals, minerals, fossils and gemstone pendants.

733  Lilys Collection Giftware and accessories.

735  Denisa’s Marketing and Beth’s Baking NZ made socks, imported socks, clothing, sunglasses, caps, and novelties, as well as a range of baked goods.

736  Coffee Guy Serving coffee, Mrs Higgins cookies and muffins.

738  Mr Whippy Van serving soft serve ice cream.

740 Carrello del Gelato Fresh gelato and sorbet handmade right here in Newtown.

Stall Block 70

Donald McLean St

This street hosts the Sounds Almighty Stage, the Renegade Bass Stage, the FREE Street Sports Zone – for young and old,  and the Fire and Emegency Burning Kitchen will go boom every 60 minutes !

North side:

70-00  SAFE for Animals We will be showing our Farm 360 VR footage and and talking about our ‘Eat Kind’ programme.

70-01  Wellington Animal Rights Network Information about animal use in New Zealand

70-02  Retro Star Creations A range of ManCave items for sale; signs, coasters, coolers, bottle openers

70-70  Waitoa Social Club 

70-08  TuMeke Facepainting, Temporary & Glitter Tattoos Face painting, glitter tattoos, temporary tattoos, clown makeup.

70-09  Outback Enterprises Selling silhouette steel art, retractable targets, whips, holsters, non firing replica model guns, western homeware.

70-10  Roti Bay Selling many types of roti wrap e.g. butter chicken, satay chicken, prawn, lamb curry, vegetarian, and vegan

70-11  Aikido Tenshindo Wellington Information promoting aikido and the club.

South side:

70-20  Community Fruit Wellington We will be selling fresh fruit and preserves as part of a fundraiser.

70-21  Paekakariki Pops We sell handmade real fruit iceblocks, using fresh fruit in all sorts of delicious combinations!

70-22  Fryday Donuts Limited Serving sweet and savoury donuts with ice cream, organic fairtrade coffee, healthy smoothies, Phoenix drinks.

70-23 Gourmet gelato & sorbet, cookies, hot drinks Made locally in Wellington

70-24  Wilson Barbecue Low N Slow barbecued food – brisket, pulled pork, burgers, mac n cheese balls etc.

70-25  Donut Express Churro caravan selling fresh hot Churros

70-26  NZ Floorball – Under 19s Sausage sizzle and selling burgers and drinks to fundraise for NZ Floorball Under 19s Mens team

70-29  Shoot the Knight  Have a go at medieval themed archery!

  Stall Block 8

in Riddiford St from Donald McLean to Arney

This Block hosts the Radio Active FM Coffee Supreme South Stage

On the East (Newtown School- Rhodes St) side of Riddiford St:

800  Tamerlane Handicrafts Pacific Rim Handicrafts. We have Mosaic pots and platters, ethnic musical instruments, NZ wooden signs, driftwood sculptures and shells.

801  Lilia Cosmetics Handmade soap, body butter, and lip balm.

802  Spike the Sock-broker Re-selling of novelty socks and diabetic soft top socks.

803  Ora Toa Health Services Health Promotion stall, Tamariki Ora (wellchild services) and information on all Health services we provide and Mauri ora (problem gambling A&D).

804  Wakefield Hospital Information about Wakefield Hospital redevelopment and doing small giveaways – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

805  Veronica Apparels Women’s 100% cotton clothing, in hand made colours from Taupo.

806  Greenstarling Handmade children’s clothing in organic fabrics.

807  MANAWATU BAMBOO Bamboo clothing, predominantly womens.

808  Dragonfly Jewellery Selling snap button jewellery and accessories

809  Tings NZ Handmade cotton toys, wet bags (replacement for single use plastic bags).

810  Libbydid Handmade hair accessories, beeswax food wraps, badges, children’s toys etc.

811  Kina & silver jewelery Jewellery made with kina and silverplate rings made out of cutlery

812  Shoe School Shoe School promotional material – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!

813  Coffee Supreme  Coffee Supreme coffee, possibly cold brew   .

On the West side of Riddiford St:

819  Red cross wellington Information on the Red Cross, lucky dip and donation collection.

820  Sunkissed Jewellery We make anklets/bracelets, necklaces and earrings inspired by the beach. Rustic, beachy, and stylish pieces of jewellery to show off anywhere.

821  Great Habesha Selling Ethiopian cultural dresses, pictures and and other cultural items

822  Underground Soapery We make all natural, plant based handmade soaps and body products with vegetable oils, butters and essential oils. Our ingredients are sourced from local suppliers and our packaging is handmade from recycled books. We are an environmentally conscious company; hand-crafted in small batches, we are a proud plastic free little soapery

823  Snaxpax Handmade, reusable sandwich/snack bags, travel plates, veggie bags and food covers for sale.

824  Recidivist Selling retro and vintage clothing and accessories

825  Cromulent Crafts Selling felt flower brooches, plants, pots, and fabric Japanese knot bags.

826  FizzBang Custom Candy Floss Creations Selling candy floss cones, sticks, and take-away products in a variety of flavours.

827  Record Rabbit T-shirts Selling printed t-shirt with various record/vinyl designs

828  Radio Active.FM Official Radio Active merch.

Stall Block 80

Arney St

‘Fun Street’ Festival Family Zone – with lots of free stuff to do

This street is right beside the RadioActive.FM and Coffee Supreme South Stage.

The Family Zone hosts  face painting, a parent lounge, aerial circus shows,  FREE circus lessons, FREE activities for kids, and child-themed stalls.

There’s also carnival operator with a small Merry-Go-Round and a Ferris Wheel stall (rides for kids)

80-10  Kids corner Kids clothing & accessories for sale.

80-11  Adelaide Early Childhood Centre  Selling calendars to fundraise and promote Adelaide Early Childhood centre

80-12  Glitz Corner Glitter Tattoos and faces. The glitter tattoos are temporary and are applied using a stencil and special glue that is then sparkled up with glitter. They are a great alternative to face paint as they stay on even in the shower for about 7 days. I also do chunky glitter faces with gem embellishments which are very popular at markets and festivals.

80-13  ILF NEWZEALAND Selling kids clothing and adults t-shirts.

80-14  doTERRA Essential Oils Essential oils for natural solutions for everyday life.

80-15  Victoria University Infant and Child Cognition Lab Research group from Victoria University studying social and cognitive development in babies and children.

80-16  Lulu & Lala Silicone/wood teething products for babies. We also sell pram garlands, play gym toys, bibs + storage hampers

80-20  The Circus Hub Information stall for the Circus Hub, with a spinning ‘prize wheel’ for visitors.

80-21  Huffandpuffs  Ferris wheel and Merry-go-round,  for small children.