Artisan Vendor Faire
Fri 12:30p-7:30p/ Sat 11a-8p / Sun 11a-3:30p FREE ENTRY
Pocket bags & women’s alternative fashion.
Defining a brand is difficult, so many adjectives to describe a concept, a vision. Mishu was born from a need to be free, a need to define life through experiences. Mishu has had many forms, designs, perspectives, embracing the counter cultures and community surrounding us.
In the urban dictionary Mishu is described as: Short and very cute/pretty. You love being around her and in the end she will leave you with a good impression. She is faithful and honest, and will stand up for the truth. She is a fighter who will not give up. Mishu has an abundance of love in her heart and never stops helping others. If you find a Mishu don't let go and she will keep you in life with love.
Portland Bellydance Guild
Portland, OR * Website
The Portland Bellydance Guild is an all-volunteer organization run by hard working community members. Our goal is to strengthen and broaden the reach of our Portland belly dance community, through educational efforts, discussions, parties, and consolidating all styles of performance and classes in one searchable area.
Above all, we believe in inclusivity and working together to support the arts and our community. Please feel free to contact us--we're here to help!
Ashland, OR * Website
Shiviti Bazaar offering Tribal Textiles, Ethnic Jewelry & Bohemian Adornment for Body & Home. Featuring rare items from Morocco, The Middle East, India and the Silk Road.
Desert Lilies Bazaar
At Desert lilies bazaar you'll find a variety of items: jewelry, belts, headbands, hair flowers, and so much more! We love to make things for everyone so our sizes extend from 34" to 56". If we don't have something you want, let us know! We can do custom work! Stop by to let your inner dancer bloom!
Pamela Offret Designs
Portland, OR * Website
I am a local artist offering personally hand made lampworked borosilicate glass jewelry, glass chain mail, recycled glass jewelry and other delightful accoutrements! My belly dance costumes are designed and crafted with the unabashedly brazen dancer in mind; I'm not dainty with my own costumes and I don't expect it of you.
Sakkara Clothing & Costume
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 Everett, Washington, U.S.A..
Bali Isle Tribal ArtWear
San Luis Obispo, CA * Website
Exotic tribal ArtWears, Kuchi jewelry & accessories, & more! Everything is handmade & blessed~
Dreaming Amelia Designs
Dreaming Amelia offers unique, high quality clothing and costume pieces for dancers. At Dreaming Amelia we believe that clothing should be comfortable, flattering, dramatic, and designed to dance. Explore the latest Dreaming Amelia collections and imagine your clothing in motion.
Dark Fusion Boutique
Dark Fusion Boutique: clothing and accessories designed and sewn by Lucretia*Renee Rathmann here in Portland, Oregon. DFB items are an elegant yet edgy fusion of bellydance, goth, burlesque, vaudeville, steampunk and a dash of a feminine twist on the fetish aesthetic inspired by the art of dance and the Goddess.
Up Wood Working
The mission of Up Wood Working is to build community through creative expression while staying committed to the use of reclaimed materials. I carve thin relief designs into reclaimed wood inspired by pagan/Celtic/Norse imagery as well as sacred geometry and pop culture art for causal home decor, fine art, altar tops, and custom signage.
Vintage Vinyl Treasures!
Friends, I have some stupendous news. We have been entrusted with a very special collection of vintage vinyl Middle Eastern records, by a longtime JamBallah NW supporter Mr. Ralph M. These records are from the estate of Ralph's father, having been lovingly collected and enjoyed by his Lebanese-American family for many years.
These records are truly a piece of history, and Ralph has donated them to us so they can continue to live on and be enjoyed, and to benefit the JamBallah Odd Fellows Community Scholarship fund. Keep an eye on the JamBallah Instagram and Facebook pages to see previews of the albums available, and get more info on the silent auction that will be held onsite at the festival this year. Thank you so much Ralph, it is a great honor to care for these treasures!