Bandon Cranberry Festival Event Registration
Join the longest-running festival on the Oregon Coast!
September 11, 12 & 13, 2020
Bandon’s annual harvest festival started in 1947. The festival draws the largest attendance of any Bandon community event. 2016 was a record-setting year, with approximately 15,000 residents and visitors in town through the weekend. Cranberry Festival activities as well as food and vendor market areas are centered in Bandon’s Historic Old Town on the Coquille River waterfront.
Download information and register for Artists, Crafters, and Food Vendor Booths; Nonprofit Booths; Parade Entries; the Cranberry Kitchen Contest (formerly known as “Queen of the Kitchen”); Cranberry City; Poker Run; and the Treasure Chest Raffle.
Feel free to contact the Bandon Chamber of Commerce for more information.
Vendor & Booth Space
Friday evening vendor set-up is encouraged.
Festival Marketplace Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Artists and Crafters – 2020 Registration to be announced
Food and Beverage – 2020 Registration to be announced
We welcome applications for booth space from food, beverage, artists, and hand-crafted product vendors. In order to maintain the quality of our festival, all booth entries are juried and the number of entries is limited.
Nonprofits Serving Oregon’s South Coast
Nonprofit Booth Application – 2020 Registration to be announced
We invite nonprofit organizations to take advantage of complimentary booth space at the Bandon Cranberry Festival in exchange for providing a family-friendly activity.
Parade check-in time TBD, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020
Bandon High School, 550 9th St. SW, Bandon
Parade Participation Info – To be announced
Parade Registration Form – 2020 Registration to be announced
We welcome businesses, organizations, and individuals to join the Bandon Cranberry Festival parade. Parade entries should be appropriate to each year’s festival theme. Entries are eligible for prizes, with ribbons given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each parade category, and a Grand Marshal award. (There are no cash prizes.)
The Cranberry Court is an opportunity for Juniors from Bandon and Pacific High Schools to earn scholarships, gain life skills, and become representatives for the Bandon Cranberry Festival. Throughout the year, the court will make many public appearances at events around Coos County. They will also receive training to refine their skills in public speaking, talent, and pageantry, to ultimately compete to be crowned as Cranberry Queen at our coronation ceremony on Thursday, September 10th, 2020.
Cranberry Court Application – 2020 Registration to be announced
Cranberry Kitchen Contest
(formerly known as: “Queen of the Kitchen”)
At the Old Town Farmer’s Marketplace, 250 First St. SW, Bandon
Cranberry cooks of all ages are invited to whip up something tasty to showcase during the Cranberry Festival. Contestants may enter in any of seven different categories with sweet or savory dishes. First, second, and third place ribbons are awarded and the overall winner is crowned Queen or King of the Kitchen.
Contest Information – CLICK HERE
Contest Registration – 2020 Registration to be announced
Other Festival Activities & Contest Info
Treasure Chest Raffle Donations – Showcase your Bandon business with a donation of a gift certificate and/or items you offer for sale. Raffle participants who win your donation are enticed to visit your business to see what other wonderful products you have. Requested donations are normally of a value of about $20., or more if you choose. Cash donations are not requested.
Participants for the Cranberry Eating Contest and Corn Hole Contest can register at the festival.
Show Your Car-(formerly Cruise-In Car Show) 9:30 AM to 4 PM, Sunday Only, 2nd St, Old Town, non-hosted event, talk about and show off your car!
Become a Festival Volunteer! – CLICK HERE!