Stalls at Ipswich Maritime Festival

Information for Stallholders

Whether you’re a small business looking to sell your quality products or a charity wanting to offer advice and information on the work you do, we want you to join us in making each event one to remember! Ipswich Borough Council hosts and homes a range of events that attract audiences of 240,000 throughout the year. This enables you to engage directly with the public and share what you have to offer with a large, local audience.

Stalls at Ipswich Maritime Festival

Applications for our 2022 events

If you are interested in becoming a stallholder at one (or all!) of our events, we want to hear from you!

Stallholder application forms will need to be completed for each event that you’d like to attend and should be submitted to events@ipswich.gov.uk.

See below for details on all the opportunities available this year.

Family Fun Days
Held within the 6-weeks school holidays, these events attract a family audience and cater to between 3-5,000 across the course of the day.
We do ask that those wishing to trade at these events, make themselves available for all dates.

• Friday 22 July, Alexandra Park – 12-4pm
• Wednesday 27 July, Ransomes Sports Pavilion – 12-4pm
• Friday 29 July, Murray Road Park – 12-4pm
• Wednesday 3 August, Bourne Park – 12-4pm
• Friday 5 August, Whitehouse Park – 12-4pm

Download stallholder application form here.

Catering and refreshments businesses please contact our team directly on events@ipswich.gov.uk

Global Rhythm and Ipswich Jazz Festival
From the teams that brought you Global Rhythm and the Ipswich Jazz Festival, comes a new, free music festival featuring blues, jazz, world and Caribbean music. This event will form the first day of the Ipswich Music Weekend with Ipswich Music Day returning on the Sunday.

Saturday 2 July, Christchurch Park

 Download stallholder application form here.

Ipswich Music Day
2022 will see the return of the much-loved, much-missed Ipswich Music Day. This popular event attracts around 25,000 people across the day and includes six programmed stages of local unsigned acts, a fairground, street food, children’s entertainment and, of course, the marketplace. Alongside Global Rhythm and Ipswich Jazz Festival, Music Day will form as part of the Ipswich Music Weekend.

Sunday 3 July, Christchurch Park

Download Stallholder application form here. 

Indian Summer Mela
Returning to Christchurch Park for its 17th year, this event is a rich and colourful celebration of Indian Culture. Attracting up to 8,000 people across the day, the event will include a programmed stage of live entertainment and traditional Bollywood dance, a fairground, traditional Indian food, market place and much, much more.

Sunday 10 July, Christchurch Park

Download Stallholder application form here. 

For any queries, please contact our Events Team on events@ipswich.gov.uk.

Stalls at Ipswich Maritime Festival