DORSET GOES VINTAGE has vintage market type stall trading opportunities within the VDUB AT THE PUB festival weekend.
There are 3 options for trading:
1. Market stall for one day trading on 'Vintage Saturday'. This is a trade stand in a pop up market arena during the vintage events which are on Saturday 19th June only.
2. Stall for full weekend trading 18th - 20th June. This is a trade stand within the main market of the event for the full duration of the festival and includes and full mix of traders (not just vintage).
3. Hot food takeaway. This is for a full weekend trading for specialist hot food traders only.
If you would like to apply to trade please click the 'Apply to Trade' button below - you will be transferred to the traders page on the Vdub at the Pub website where all details and application forms are.

Outline of Saturday Pop Up Vintage Market

This is a one day market as part of the 'Dorset Goes Vintage' element of 'Vdub at the Pub' festival - Vintage Saturday. Stalls have to be installed and removed on the same day in the main arena adjacent to the Vintage Stage and Vintage Cycle Ride start.


Standard pitches are 6m x 6m, which must include your car or van. You can book multiples.


Traders cannot sell illegal goods, hot food takeaway, alcohol. 

Basic Event Information

Date: Saturday 19th June 2020

Location: Julians Bridge, Wimborne, Dorset - follow 'Vdub at the Pub' festival signs

Time: Set up 7am - 9am, trade 9am until 6pm


Dorset Goes Vintage is sister festival to the already well established VDUB At The PUB festival which is a family-friendly, Volkswagen and music event that has been established since 2008. The show is a proud supporter of the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance and has raised over £10,000 to date. There are trade stalls, live music acts, a Show & Shine competition and entertainment for our visitors.


We accept payment online after your application has been approved.


Please email if you have any questions.


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