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Riverfest Vendors 

MARKET ROW ARTISTS AND MERCHANTS

 

Central area (near KidZone and the Peabody Hotel): Happy Feet, Scentsation Sunglasses, EZ Hang Chairs, Living Works of Art, Blue Brownies, Build-A-Pal (make stuffed animals), Nana's Needle (T-shirts, totebags), Heifer Dog Temporary Airbrush Tattoos, Caricatures by Tom Guswelle, The General Store (Shamwow Towels), Amerinkas (Native American art), M & R Concessions. 

 

Rock Street (behind LaHarpe's Landing west of Riverfest Amphitheatre):

Native Southwest (music and instruments).

 

North Shore Riverwalk, NLR (near Triple S Alarm Stage): Scentsation Sunglasses, Nuke Doggie (jewelry and airbrush tattoos), M & R Concessions. 

 

West Pavilion (in River Market south of Riverfest Amphitheatre): Annies (T-shirts, purses), Zydoo (wooden roses), Designs By Betty (magnetic jewelry), Jim Tindall (caricature artist), Lil' Treasures (jewelry, handbags), Basketful Delight, Kerri's Designs, NA Enterprises, Rhinestone Rebel (embellished T-shirts) Whimsies Bead Art, Friends of Uganda (handmade crafts), Nazir Art Crafts, Roland Woodturners, Northside Aquatics (home and garden), Pigtails Inc. (Razorback gear), Rainbow Journey Gems, Accessory City, Mini Massage of Arkansas, Native Crafts, Pet Taters (dog snacks), Nature's Glow (Dead Sea Salt products), Nuke Doggie (jewelry and temporary airbrush tattoos), Amerinkas (Native American art), Americraft Cookware, Lynda's Glass Concepts (stepping stones, jewelry), Terry's Solution (Egyptian cotton sheets).

 

Clinton Park (Clinton Blvd.): C & C Enterprises (T-shirts, hats, handbags, jewelry), Scentsation Sunglasses, Henna Designs (tattoos), Overlooked (T-shirts, jewelry).

 

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