Final date for registration: 1 March
Letter of reply and invoice for registration fee and rent of stall will be sent in week 11.
Registration fee: 1 April
The registration fee must be paid within 1 April. Paid registration fee is a confirmation of your participation. The registration fee will not be refunded if you should want to cancel your participation.
Rent of stall: 15 days after received invoice
Invoice for rent of stall will be sent in the middle of April.
All the exhibitors pay the same registration fee, NOK 2 000. All the prices include electricity. VAT (value-added tax) comes in addition.
An entire stall: NOK 12 000 for the whole period
Half stall: NOK 6 000 for the whole period
NOK 5 000 for the whole period. Stalls are primarily rented out for exhibitioners who demonstrate a craft and sell products.
NOK 4 000 for the whole period
Economy and registration
- Nobody is registered before the registration form is filled in and the registration fee is paid. The registration is binding, and the exhibitor is responsible for the stall fee if the organizer is not able to rent out the canceled area to someone else.
- The registration fee is not refunded on cancellation.
- Two companies can make an appointment to share a stall. Each company apply individually for a half stall. In the application form you will write the name of the company you wish to share the stall with. Both companies pay a full registration fee.
- Sublet is not allowed.
- Terms of payment: Net on due date. If the terms of payment is not fulfilled, you will lose the stall. The place will then be at the disposal of the organizer, following the same guidelines as a cancellation.
- The exhibitor is responsible for possible damage that may have been brought upon the stall.
- The organizer provides security from the time of the installation until the dismantling must be finished, but is not responsible for displayed articles and other equipment. Producer or exhibitor must accept responsibility for insurance of the articles during the sales period. The use of storerooms is at one’s own risk.
- If the Historical Market because of force majeure (unforeseen circumstances like fire and the like) cannot be completed, the paid fee will not be refunded.
- All the articles for sale must have their origin in the period from the Middle Ages until the 19th century, and must be approved by the organizer in advance. The organizer has the opportunity to refuse products and the area applied for. Plastic bags, dummies and the like is not permitted.
- Company posters and signs must have an appearance which fits the profile at the market and the products. Free samples and advertisements must only be given out from one’s own stall. The organizer can reserve the right to remove unsuitable advertisement.
- All serving of food is reserved the organizer. Still it is possible to apply for exemption from this regulation.
- The participants must be dressed in clothes from the period that stretches from the Middle Ages until the 19th century.
- Exhibitors using their private tents must make sure these are made from materials and has an appearance that agree with the profile of the market. Pictures or sketches must be attached to the application. St. Olav Festival does not accept white plastic tents.
- The exhibitors are encouraged to, in a positive way, to create a lively atmosphere during the market.
- The exhibitor is solely responsible for installation, dismantling and transportation of their own goods. This is also the case for parking space for own vehicles.
- Exhibitor must make sure it is tidy inside and outside his/her stall.
- The organizer may be able to help finding storage space for goods during the night in the sales period.
- Exhibitor is himself/herself responsible for accommodation. It is not allowed to stay over night at the market place.
- Driving in and out (installation and dismantling): Weekdays: between 09:00 and 10:00 and between 18:00 and 19:00. Sundays: between 11:00 and 12:00 and between 16:30 and 17:30 The times are valid unless the organizer has given the exhibitors other information.
- The exhibitors are obliged to follow the opening and closing hours during the festival period.
- When the exhibition is dismantled, the stalls must be left without decorations, nails and the like. If this is not obeyed, the organizer can do the necessary clearing up on the exhibitor’s account.
Violation of the regulation may lead to immediate closing of the stall and dismissal from the market.