2015 Vendors (Under Construction)

At JamBallah NW, adorn yourself with everything that sparkles, jingles and shines, (and preview it right here!) 

Parking and venue info on our Schedules/Maps page. 

Restaurant and Hotel info on our Hotels/Activities page. 

Vendor application here!


Marissa Mission

JamBallah NW Partner!

Portland, OR * Website

The Marissa Mission fosters young women in a nourishing and playful environment, encouraging development into vibrant, confident and healthy women through Improvisational Tribal Style Belly Dance, Yogic Practice, Expressive Art, Sisterhood and empowering life skills.



Emily Alrick, Rachel Brice, and Fanina Padykula: JamBallah Showcases '12 and '13

Photography Studio by Glisson Imaging and Phoebus-Foto

Portland, OR* Glisson Imaging Site * Phoebus-Foto Site: http://phoebusfoto.zenfolio.com/

Official Show Photographers of JamBallah NW

Professional photos are worth their weight in gold, schedule yours during the festival!

We will offer during Jamballah photo booth sessions with the following options:

1. - 30 minutes of booth time, 3 finished electronic images and a print release for same. One costume only please - $89.00

2.- 60 minutes of booth time, 6 finished images and print release for same. up to two   costumes. - $169.00

3.- 90 minutes of booth time, 10 finished images and print release for same, plus and additional 10 images for web use only for a total of 20 images. Up to three costumes( time permitting ) - $249.00

Please note that time making costume changes is considered part of your booth shoot time. Watch for our Booth Special!

Please contact guy.masson@gmail.com to schedule your time with Phoebus-Foto or Glisson Imaging




Silk Road Tribal

Seattle, WA * www.silkroadtribal.com

Step inside the Silk Road Tribal Travelling Souk and imagine yourself in the marketplace of an exotic far away land being tempted by an array of vintage tribal jewelry, luscious textiles old and new, and colorful tribal clothing. All that and more await you at Silk Road Tribal!





Talismana Designs  

Portland, OR * Website

Urban tribal style pocket belts, bustles, fusion fashion and mojo jewelry. Modern design infused with old soul.



Sakkara Clothing & Costume

Portland, OR * Website

At Sakkara Clothing & Costume, we produce women’s dance and activewear with a focus on amazing fit, luxurious fabrics, and quality construction. Founded in 2010 by designer Kim Sakkara, SCC produces limited quantities with passion and creativity. Our line is 100% manufactured in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A..



Dreaming Amelia Designs

Portland, OR * Website

Dance fashion for performance and play.  These swishy, comfy styles look fabulous on the street, in the studio, and on the stage! 



Roving Horse Henna

Portland, OR * Website

Rovinghorse Henna provides premium quality henna and skilled, professional service in the Pacific North West and West Coast regions of the US.  Rovinghorse Henna uses only the best henna available in the world, and the finest available aromatherapy grade essential oils. Our essential oil blends are uplifting and calming, never medicinal smelling. Well-maintained henna designs will last for two weeks or more! (Depending on location.) Take advantage of our new breathtaking gilding services (glitter and rhinestone designs that last for days.)



Verdant Muse

Portland, OR * Website

Eco-conscious tribal fusion boutique. 

Etsy Store Here.

Join Verdant Muse on Facebook!


Get Juilet

Seattle, WA * Etsy Store

Classy, whimsical wear for street or stage. All of the items I list are one-of-a-kind and unique. I can custom make items as well. Each item is hand-crafted and made of quality materials.



From the Hip Magazine

Portland OR * Website

Founded in Portland, Oregon, From the Hip is a quarterly journal reflecting and supporting the evolution of bellydance and its cultural foundations throughout the Pacific NW and the U.S. The journal strives to bring its readers a thoughtful and entertaining view on belly dance as a practice and an art form. We are dedicated to creating a relevant and worthwhile read, to belly dancers and bellydance enthusiasts alike.