Seminole Nation Days 2017

September 15th - 17th 2017 | Seminole, OK

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Los Lonely Boys

Lots of musicians compare their careers to roller-coaster rides, but Los Lonely Boys have had so many close-your-eyes-and-hang-on moments in the 14 years since they recorded their self-titled debut, they should buy an amusement park

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Smilin' Vic

Smilin Vic of Smilin Vic & The Soul Monkey's best claim to fame came October 13, 1996 as the winners of the International Unsigned Blues Contest. Since, he has shared the stage with the likes of Lou Rawls, Delbert McClinton, Etta James, Lonnie Mack and James Cotton to name a few. Always a favorite at festivals, clubs and country clubs, playing a blend of Jazz standards, Atlantic Soul and Basic Blues.

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Free Carnival

The Carnival will be free for everyone all weekend.

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Fireworks show will follow Los Lonely Boys performance Saturday Evening


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Mekusukey Mission
12575 NS 3540
Seminole, OK 74868
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Tel: 405.257.7200

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Information for Vendors

DATE: July 28, 2017
TO: Vendors – Seminole Nation Days
FROM: SN Days Vendor Committee

Our 49th Annual Seminole Nation Days is September 15-16-17, 2016. We are looking forward to another Great Celebration. Local Entertainers “The 99 South Band” will be on the small stage; sharing country, rock, southern rock and blues. On the large stage “Smilin’ Vic and the Soul Monkeys”, Soul/Blues, will open for the “Los Lonely Boys” with their style of bluesy “Texican Rock” awarded the 2003 Grammy for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group.

We would like for all Vendors with ELECTRICITY to be set up before 3:00 pm on Friday and before 9:00 am on Saturday.

An application and the rules/regulations for vendors are attached. Applications for vendor spaces are due no later than August 24th. There will be separate areas for food vendors, arts/crafts booths, and Tribal Band/Family Reunion spaces. Space assignments will be made after all applications are received and confirmation letters will be sent out on or before August 31, 2016.

Food vendors will be limited to 12 spaces and the fee will be $150.00 for Seminole Tribal Members and $200.00 for Non-Tribal Members. After August 24th a late fee of $50 will be added. Spaces are 15 by 20 feet. Vendors needing more space will need to pay for two spaces (No Exceptions). Allowing 2 spaces will depend on availability. All food vendor booths are subject to Environmental Health Inspections (see #5 Vendor Rules).

Booth space for Arts and Crafts is $125.00 for Seminole Tribal Members and $175.00 for Non-Tribal Members selling Native American made items. After August 24th a late fee of $50 will be added. These spaces are 15 by 20 feet as well. Vendors with 20 ft. tents or larger must purchase two spaces, no exceptions.

Booth space for manufactured or imported items is $300.00. These spaces are 15 by 20 feet; any setup exceeding 15 by 20 feet must purchase two spaces. After August 24th a late fee of $50 will be assessed.

Due to our Nation Days planned activities and limited space, Tribal Bands and family groups must request and receive an assigned space. These spaces will be provided at no charge as there will be no electricity and vending will not be allowed.

We will have limited space for vendors requiring No Electricity; the cost for these spaces will be $100.00 for Seminole Tribal members and $125.00 for non-tribal members.

Reservations at the camping area for RVs/Travel Trailers/Tents may be made by contacting 405-257-7242 or the Wild Life, Parks & Recreation Office, Shane Phillips at (405) 303-2831. Camping fees must be paid in advance.

Payment by cashier’s check/money order made payable to SEMINOLE NATION DAYS must be sent with your completed application. Address your application to Seminole Nation Days Vendor Committee, Tribal Enrollment, PO Box 1498, Wewoka, OK 74884. If you have any questions, you may call the Vendor Committee, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at (405)257-7242

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  1. Location of all space sites are determined by the Seminole Nation Days Vendor Committee. The locations are assigned based upon the Committee’s overall plans for the celebration and on the vendor’s needs. You must be specific in detailing your Food Vending and Arts/Crafts Operation.
  2. You can and will be asked to leave for violations of any of the regulations outlined, or for any activity that adversely affects the normal operation of the Nation’s celebration. Your money will not be refunded should you be asked to leave.
  3. Hookup for 220 circuitry will not be available. Adaptors are not permitted. No generators. You will be asked to leave if attempts are made to hook up unauthorized connectors. No water hookups are available.
  4. You must keep your booth within the confines of the space/or spaces allocated to you. You will be required to pay for any additional space used it is available. You will be asked to tear down or move any part of your stand that is outside of your designated area. Maintenance will not be available to assist you with your set up.
  5. All food stands will be subject to inspection by environmental personnel for compliance with sanitation regulations. Your area should be kept clean and sanitary. Tribal maintenance will be responsible for emptying your trash containers at regular intervals. It is your responsibility to notify maintenance should your trash fill before the next pick-­‐up time. A schedule is established at the celebration. No open fires are allowed.
  6. You must adhere to the type of setup listed on your application. For example, if you list a brush arbor stand you cannot construct an enclosed wood stand, etc.
  7. Unload early and move your vehicle(s) out of the way. Do not block traffic. Do not park your vehicle by vendor space. You will be issued one vendor parking permit on the day you setup. Your pass must be kept in your vehicle window at all times or you will not be allowed entrance to the vendor parking area.
  8. Vendors will be allowed to remain with their booth overnight provided that their sleeping area is confined to the area allocated to them.

  9. The Seminole Nation is not responsible for accidents, injury, or theft. Please secure your area at night.
    I have read and understand the Seminole Nation Day vendor rules and regulations. By signing this statement, I acknowledge that I will abide by the above rules and regulations.

Signature of this document is required.
Please Click Here for the pdf version to print and sign.

Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely! We are still gathering information and setting event schedules, please check back here for the latest information on Nation Days 2017
Traditionally Seminole Nation Days is held on the third weekend of September. This year that is September 15th, 16th, and 17th. Some events are held before the festival. Check the schedule above for more detailed information.
Seminole Nation Days is open to the Public. Anyone can attend so bring the whole family!
The main festival is 3 days but some events are held before the festival. Check the schedule above for more detailed information.
Seminole Nation Days is free for everyone. We do recommend bringing some money to spend at vendor booths.

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