2021 Stalls List

This is the Stalls List for Newtown Festival 2021

Festival Blocks  1 – 8  are in Riddiford St from north – south

Festival Blocks  10  –  80 are the matching side streets EAST

Festival Block  11 and 81 are the matching side street WEST

To locate a stall you can view the Festival Site Map here which shows each stall by number and each stage location

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Stall Block 1

in Riddiford St from Mein St to Emmett St

This Block hosts the Tangata Whenua Stage where the Festival Opening Ceremony will be held at 9:30am.  

Backstage is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#1 of 5 onsite].

In Hall Street you can also join The Bloco Party at Bebemos from 11am onwards.

101  Bebemos (in Hall Street)  A licensed Street Cafe, this year bringing you the Bebemos Bloco Party and Afterparty – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

105  Carrello del Gelato  Fresh gelato and sorbet handmade right here in Newtown.

107  Tribal Roots Aotearoa  Tribal roots merchandise like tees, singlets and bracelets.

108  Silver Science  Science themed jewellery – DNA earrings, caffeine rings, brain cell necklaces and so much more!

109  Gypsy and Soul  A beautiful range of Tibetan singing bowls, cotton mandala cloths, brass earrings and hand painted ceramic drawer knobs.

110  Tumbleweed Tees  Unique screen printed artwork and clothing as well as stationary and gifts. We pride ourselves on our designs – “a nod to scientific illustrations of the past”

111  Rainbow Bridge Shop  We are selling lots of funky nik naks such as gifts, hats, sunglasses, party items and toys – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

112  Exploit Fashion  Gorgeous designer fairy dresses and Womens easy wear and affordable clothing designed in NZ, manufactured overseas.

On the West side of Riddiford St:

121  Descendentz We are having a BBQ fundraising for Island Bay Women’s Sport selling sausages in bread and bacon and egg sammies.

122  Newtown Greengrocer  Selling fresh fruit and vegetables – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

123  Toi Maori Contemporary Maori Art Mahi Whakairo (carving) and Raranga (weaving, mostly potae).

124  Alpaca Suri-Bol  Alpaca wool clothing such as ponchos, jackets, jumpers, hats and scarves. We are also selling cotton made clothing and hand made crafts, as well as hair braiding!

125  Maria Elizabeth Artist  Fine Art illustrations of New Zealand birds reproduced as prints and cards.

126  Urban Habitat How we live – exploring community first solutions to the housing crisis.

127   Shakti, Ethnic Women’s Support Group Information about Shakti

129  Chiropractic Balance Information about our chiropractic business.

130  Mary Potter Hospice  Information stall for Mary Potter Hospice. Promoting the Hospice and Fundraising.

131  BeDazzling Ltd  Womens’ clothing, sarongs, scarves and jewellery, alongside some children’s clothing.

Stall Block 10

Emmett St

This street has lots of FOOD STALLS and hosts the Songwriters’ Stage.

Just through the gate in Saint Anne’s is the Filipino Village with FREE Carnival Rides and Games and its Variety Show.

10-30  Roti Bay  Selling many types of roti wrap e.g. butter chicken, satay chicken, prawn, lamb curry, vegetarian, and vegan. We will also be selling Gluten Free Samosa.

10-31  Langos  Langos (fried bread puffs) with toppings including Feta and tomato, watercress and walnut pesto, jalapeno and herb harissa plus sweet options.

10-32  Zaaffran a taste of Morocco  Moroccan Wraps – contemporary moroccan street food served in fully compostable packaging.

10-33  The Greek Food Truck  Greek food, including souvlaki, salad, burgers, fries, sweets and drinks.

10-34  Manaaki Whanau  Hangi, fried bread, mussels and raw fish, fundraising for Community Pantry Pataka Aroha.

10-35  I Love Dumplings  Fried vegan dumplings and steamed pork dumplings.

10-36  Thai Street Eats   Bringing the different and exciting flavours of Thai street food, to the Wellington Region – spice and all! The menu includes Pad Thai, Mussaman Curry and Chicken Satay sticks among other delicious options and a selection of Thai teas. We have Vegan/Vegetarian options.

10-37  NZ Hindu Association  Selling traditional Indian snacks: such as Dosa and Roti.

10-38  Bean Here Limited Selling Coffee, Cold Drinks and Toasted Sandwiches from our mobile coffee cart.

10-39  Louko Meli- Greek Donuts Traditional Greek Donuts (Loukoumades) in two to three flavours.

10-41 Yummy Potato Rosti Yummy potato rosti laden with honey cured bacon, cheese, sour cream and a cheeky dash of sweet chilli sauce. Gluten free, dairy free & vegetarian options available.

10-42  Pink Donkey Catering Limited  Food cart selling curry puffs, roti, calamari and more.

10-43  SDPS Trust NZ  Indian Savouries and Snack Food Stall selling Dosa, Samosa, Chaat items and Mango Lassi. Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten Free Options available.

10-44  Amerikai  Food Truck selling American street food.

10-45  Don Ramon’s Pinoy Barbeque Selling Filipino Ethnic Food.

10-46  Lashings  Lashings are Wellington’s purveyors of sweet treats and single-origin chocolate brownies. Expect to see our city famous brownies, ice-cream and toppings!

10-47  Bratwurst Bros.  All natural German sausages from our own butchery in a freshly baked baguette with homemade sauces.

10-48  Roaming Yeti Homemade Ice-cream sandwich bike selling four flavours of ice-cream sandwiches: vanilla choc chip cookie, raspberry, brownie and peanut butter, and salted caramel blondie – a special for the festival. There are kid options available.

At the end of Emmett St Street through the gate (in Saint Anne’s) is the Filipino Village.

Filipino Village Stalls – inside St Anne’s Hall and grounds

Filipino Village  Daniels Family Amusements Kids entertainment: 25m obstacle course, merry-go-round, waterwalkers, ride on animals, Ape slide, bouncy castle and mini Jeeps.

Filipino Village  Shared Love Selling second hand stuff like clothes, cooking utensils & dining ware.

Filipino Village  Future Secure Financial Services We are a financial advising company catering in mortgage, Kiwisaver and insurance advising.

Filipino Village  JJ Arts and Crafts Handmade arts: digital prints, dried flower arrangements, small crafts etc.

Filipino Village  Mochi Mochi Crafts Art Paintings, handmades, digital prints, dried flower arrangements, small crafts and more.

Filipino Village  Pinkerbelle We are fundraising by selling second hand goods such as children’s clothing, shoes, displays and more.

Filipino Village  Unicef NZ Fundraising for children in need. Information about UNICEF, providing leaflets and brochures.

Filipino Village  Jesil Cajes, Barrister and Solicitor Fundraiser for community radio show, free certification of documents.

Filipino Village  Painting Exhibition Displays of paintings by a first time exhibitor.

Filipino Village  Angelicious Nail Bar Gel Manicures.

Filipino Village  Pilars Seconds Secondhand goods.

Filipino Village  Wellington Myanmar Community NZ Children’s Day Celebrations.

There will be children’s rides in St Anne’s grounds, and a variety show all organised by the Filipino Village. From here you can access Green St (up a few Steps) where there are stalls with crafts and other quality goods.

Stall Block 11

Rintoul St

This street has lots of FOOD STALLS and hosts the Electric Car and Cycle Rides. It has the Wash against Waste Dishwasher Station serving all the foodcourt stalls.

There is a new afterparty outside the Newtown Social Club (Rintoul/Riddiford Corner) called the Neptune Stage.

Just around the corner in Colombo Street you’ll find The Colombo Street Stage.

On the South side of Rintoul St:

11-00  Paekakariki Pops  Selling gourmet real fruit handmade popsicles from a food caravan.

11-0 Juhu Burger  Modern Indian flavoured burgers, potato fries and chicken wings.

11-03  Mariana’s Kitchen  Argentinian food, chorizo, grilled chicken and smoked beef sandwiches.

11-04 Bing’s Kitchen We sell homemade Chinese style buns with a range of flavours to suit all. These are either savoury, with flavours such as BBQ pork and vegetarian, or sweet with flavours such as chocolate, custard and red bean.

11-07  The Polish Sausage Company & The Little Bread Loaf. Artisan smoked sausages, hot dogs with smoked sausages straight from the BBQ and freshly baked bread, cinnamon buns and other baked goodies.

11-09  Tibiao NZ  Filipino Cuisine and breads.

11-11  Shalom Church  We are selling yummy smoothies.

11-12  Wilson Barbecue Rubs and Sauces  Selling rubs and sauces – for gifts or home use.

11-14  Wilson Barbecue  Low n slow American style barbecue served from our food truck.

11-15 Donut Express Mini fresh hot cinnamon donuts and cold flavoured shaved ice.

On the North side of Rintoul St:

11-31  Barnardos  Information about Barnardos services. As Aotearoa’s largest children’s charity, our strength is in the breadth and depth of the support we offer.

11-32  Amnesty International  Amnesty International information and brochures, and a couple of petitions for people to sign.

11-33  Heritage New Zealand Central Region Promoting our heritage business of conservation and preservation advice of heritage properties. We will be selling merchandise and offering membership to our organisation.

11-35  Uncle Dunkle’s Wood-fired Chilli Sauces, corn chips and brand t-shirts and hats.

11-37  Earth Emporium I make 100% natural vegan cosmetic products in sustainable packaging such as deodorant, bug repellant, toothpaste and perfume. We will also be selling pot plants (homemade ceramic pots and macrame hangers), ceramic jewellery and temporary henna tattoos.

11-39  Smoke and Spice  We will be selling our Lemon Zinger seasoning, our Original or a mixture of both.

11-51 Steve’s Wholesale Ltd. Electric bikes display and rides!

11-55 Leading the Charge Electric vehicle showcase.

Stall Block 2

in Riddiford St      from Emmett to Green

This Block hosts Black Coffee’s Rock’a’Boogie featuring plenty of local talent.

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

200  Rare NZ Selling mānuka honey, honey comb, beeswax wraps and candles.

201  Clay Art Ltd  Original brightly coloured handmade ceramics and succulents.

204  Friendly Bakery  Local bakery offering homemade baked goods and savoury items. These delicious items are accompanied by coffee, milkshakes and a friendly smile Local Business, also open when it’s not the festival

206  Black Coffee  An extension of our Black Coffee cafe, providing more seating options for guests to enjoy the music and the hustle and bustle of the festival – Local Business, also open when it’s not the festival!

207  The Third Eye Beautiful handcrafted items from India and Nepal. Boho Jewellery, accessories and clothing. Mats and cushions. Hanging mobiles and bells. Henna and headbands. Incense and incense holders. Tree free journals.

208  Circa Theatre Flyers and brochures – come and find out what’s on!

209  John Castle Chemist Access way to John Castle Chemist – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival!

210  Emuology Canterbury  Emu Oil based natural healthcare, including E-Balm anti-inflammatory, Skin Repair and Moisturisers.

211  Sweet Janes  Beautiful pre-loved clothing and accessories – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

212  Swell Creative   A hive of creative goodness fuelled by clever locals  – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

On the West side of Riddiford St:

224  Biddy Bodacious  Designer women’s clothing in colourful and natural fabrics.

225  Kd One Skincare & Cosmetics  Natural and organic Skincare & Cosmetics made in Wellington from NZ plant extract.

Behind the stalls here you will see Rubia Express – Local Business

227  Palmah Range of hemp and linen clothing.

228  Skulls Down Under Ltd. We will be selling pottery, fossils, articulated animal/fish skeletons and various bird & fish skulls.

229  Collectables Kiwiana and Curios Collectables – Retro – Kiwiana – Curios

230  Pranah Cafe  Vegan food, cakes, donuts, sweets, and cold drinks. – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

231  Share International  Sharing the World’s Resources, peace, justice, environment, save our planet, meditation.

232  Office Bar/One Foundation Local Bar providing food and drinks, as well as seating area and chill area out the back to watch the Colombo Street stage from  – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

Stall Block 20

Green St

At the end of this street, on through the fence (in Saint Anne’s), is the Filipino Village.

Green St, North side

20-00  AromaSense  100% pure essential oils and all natural skincare.

20-01  Te Puaka Selling dried flower arrangements and wreaths with an emphasis on making the most of seasonal availability and local foliage.

20-02  Dragonfly Soap co  Handmade and natural soap and beauty products and gifts.

20-04 Fanny Adams Underwear Quality NZ made underwear.

20-05 BRONNSMITH My stall is made up of a mixture of my own handcrafted jewellery, a thoughtfully curated collection of both antique and new beads as well as a range of jewellery making supplies.

20-06  The Belle Epoque  Handmade Jewellery made from wood, metal, resin, glass, and clay.

20-06a  Duncan McLean  New Zealand made jeans, denim t shirts, custom fit and screen prints which are long lasting and top quality Local Business, open when it’s not the Festival

20-07 Green Party of Aotearoa NZ Rongotai branch of the Green Party: Info about Green Party of Aotearoa NZ, current issues, campaigns, and merchandise.

20-08 Remade I make children’s clothing from recycled textiles, such as unicorn, dinosaur & bunny vests, reversible rompers & much more.

20-09  Dolly B Dangled  Handmade Jewellery made from doll hands ♡

20-10 Made by Mimi A collection of illustrated goods by local designer Mia Breitenmoser, such as cards, prints, stickers, plant pots and tote bags.

20-11  Ancestral Prints Crafts and designs of the Native American and other native cultures of the world.

20-12  Made by Ash and Tazzels Handmade jewellery such as earrings, sunglass savers and necklaces. Please visit our instagram pages for a better idea – @madebyash.nz and @tazzels_nz.

20-13  The Cat and the Moon  Handmade soaps from scratch.

20-14  Shaxu Art My artworks which include New Zealand theme, NZ birds, plants, wildlife, landscapes etc. I make my artworks to art products, including original watercolour paintings, print paintings, cards, bookmarks.

20-15  Daphne Dashfield Ceramics Porcelain and sterling silver jewellery and other individually handcrafted ceramics/pottery. Inspired by New Zealand nature, designed and handmade by me in Wellington.

20-16  Dancing Ponies  Unique handmade items including lamps, bowls, toys, home decor, etc, with some playing on pop culture references. Each piece is made as one of a kind and guaranteed to be unique.

20-17  Kiwi Kids Books  Kiwiana kids books and Ka Pai Island board game.

20-18  Upspud Upcycled Potato bags I sell shopping bags, tote bags and satchels from used Potato sacks.

20-19  Food for the Soul  Organic skincare and candles.

20-20  Paint for Purpose Art Prints, postcards and face painting.

20-21  Essoh Fine art prints.

20-22 Art and Walnuts We will mostly be selling crafts – painted greetings cards and other artwork – but will also sell pre-packaged homegrown walnuts.

20-23  Rachie Campbell Colours Fine art prints, stickers and tote bags.

20-24  Cushie Ltd I am selling linen, silk, velvet cushions, textiles, clothing and vintage collectables.

20-25  Es Candles Hand poured scented soy candles.

20-26  Coalition for the Protection of Racehorses  We’re here to provide information about the prevalence of animal welfare issues in horse racing as we advocate for a better life for thoroughbred horses used for profit in this industry. We hope to have some merchandise available including t-shirts and hoodies.

20-27  Outerspaces We are an LGBTQIA+ Youth Charity, who parent three organisations that provide support and social spaces for LGBTQIA+ young people in the greater Wellington area. We will be providing information on our charity, as well as selling pins, stickers, tote bags and more.

20-29  Hesters Arts  Handmade screenprinted fabric, with native bird and plant themes. Cushion covers, padded bags, pouffes, tea towels, aprons, directors chairs etc. Recycled blankets and other fabrics.

20-30  NZ handcraft  Selling hand carved green stone, gemstones, silver and leather jewellery.

Green St, South side

20-40  Lambert’s Luscious  Men’s Grooming Products

20-41  Dixie Lazer cut decorated flowers whales ships etc. and handmade ceramics

20-43  Jack Driver Photography  Fine art prints, postcards and zines featuring landscape and street photography from a local Wellington based photographer.

20-44  Cosmo Bones Art prints, original paintings, jewellery, badges. Contemporary feminist art and illustration.

20-45  1921 Jewellery Handcrafted jewellery stall.

20-46  Kiwikuyu African handicrafts sourced directly from Nairobi, Kenya.

20-47  Polyweaves Macrame craft made with recycled material. Perfect for hanging plants or decoration

20-48  The Dabbler Fun art prints, tote bags, purses and bookmarks!

20-49  haha ok ltd. Art with attitude. Selling spooky flowerpots, quirky bird greeting cards, art prints and more! www.hahaok.lol

20-50  Living Greens Microgreens  Ceramic zero waste self watering bench top gardens to grow microgreens.

20-51 Shazzam Inspirations Inspirational wallhangings, crystals, jewellery, incense and holders, and wooden handcrafts.

20-52  Pots by Aimee  Functional and decorative pottery and hand built ceramic sculptures. All made, grazed and fired by me in Wellington. www.aimeemcleod.com

20-53 Gifts for you Home sewn girls dresses and knitwear. Hats, scarves and jewellery.

20-54  Retro Tonic  Handmade textile homewares, aprons, cushions, lampshades made mainly from retro and vintage fabrics.

20-55  Otherwayside  Authentic Japanese vintage garments, pottery and other homewares.

20-57  AdrieNZ Cool Products Wheatbags, neck coolers and masks.

20-58  Rachel Stevens Photography Local Wellington landscape photography. Selling fine art prints framed and unframed, and also greeting cards.

20-60  Wellington Palestine  Information about Palestinian human rights and selling Palestinian products. There will also be a raffle.

20-61  NA Arts and crafts – locally handmade and pacific influence.

20-62  Assa Our aim is to help the artisan women gain more scope to sell their products, meaning better income and quality of life for the women and their children. We only use natural fibres and work directly with our producers. We will be selling shawls and throws/blankets. We donate 10% of our profits back to different causes.

20-63  My Follies Hand-knitted and crochet cloths, bags and spa goodies.

20-64  Wood Art and Signs  Wood art and signs from recycled wood such as garden posts, garden stakes and wall art, also soy candles, coasters and jewellery.  

Stall Block 3

in Riddiford St      from Green to Wilson

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

300  Bee Fresh Farms Ltd  We retail quality mānuka and other honeys through our Wellington mānuka honey brand, while our recently launched Bee Fresh Farms care range offers our own handmade mānuka soaps, beeswax wraps and lip balms.

301  South Wellington Montessori  Information stall for South Wellington Montessori School in Berhampore.

302  Three Little Kids  Locally handmade children’s clothes and accessories.

303  In Fashion Hats Latest fashion hats and sunglasses – always something new different and exciting for you!

304  SAVVY TOUCH  100% natural products designed, developed & manufactured in New Zealand, using the best ingredients from New Zealand and around the world.

305  Jimmy’s Fruitmart  Barbecue selling Indian chops & corn on the cob, and mango lassies. – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

307  CHACH  Innovation technology items for homewares and personal use.

308 PGF Services  Charity which offers free counseling for people who have experienced harm from gambling. The stall will have free PGF merch, brochures, and people doing questionnaires about gambling harm.

309 Moz-art Handmade clothing made out of new, vintage and recycled materials.

310  Mr Bun Bakery  Scrumptious baked goods, fried chicken & chips, Cambodian street food, Vietnamese food, desserts & cold drinks  – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

311  Crystal Lady  Pottery, plaques and crystals.

On the West side of Riddiford St:

319  N.Z. Coins, Paua, Silver  NZ Coin Jewellery made with silver and paua.

320  Born Pretty  Indian style jewellery and accessories.

321 Planet Spice Selling Indian street food, curry, naan and roti – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

322  Pinehaven Creations  Sterling silver and gemstone jewellery.

323  Gender Minorities Aotearoa  Selling boutique clothes from Aunty Dana’s Op Shop supply at cheap prices! – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

324  Book Hound  Second-hand books, with a focus on contemporary foction, poetry, and quality non-fiction – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

325  Sweet and Sour NZ  Get your sweet tooth fix with long length fruit flavoured liquorice and other confectionery.

326  The HippieStraw Plastic free household items that promote the use of reusable products instead of disposables. .

328  Curry Heaven  Curry & sauces at Curry Heaven where you will get the real Indian Taste! – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

330  Paua Frita Clothing and Art Prints Designer Kiwiana clothing and art prints.

331  Lynsey Champion Hats & Prem Tyler, Handweaver  100% NZ hats – sunhats, trilbies, berets and caps; Handwoven wearables and blankets.

332  SilverCircus Clothing  Wellington made Children’s wears, screen-printed tees and hoodies, pants, harems, sun hats, dresses, wool coats, and infant-wear…all under the SilverCircus ‘big top’ gazebo.

333  French Cancan & Le Marché Français  French patisseries selling croissants and other danishes with cold brew and limonade – also Cheeses, Sausisson (dry sausages), French pates, terrines & French biscuits  – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

335  The Discount T – Newtown  Your one-stop giftware shop! Giftware, incense and more – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

337  Campaign to Address Digital Exclusion  Access to Government services is a human right. Support the CAB’s petition to Government to address digital exclusion, and ensure no-one is left behind. Sign our petition at: https://our.actionstation.org.nz/petitions/leave-no-one-behind-campaign-to-address-digital-exclusion

338  Cancer Society  An information/health promotion stall where we will also sell some plants to fund raise.

Stall Block 30

Wilson St

This street hosts the legendary ParrotDog Wilson St Stage, and the Creeps Rock n Roll Street Party Stomp Stage.

While you watch the twin stages you can enjoy an ale in the Parrotdog and Moon Lounge outside Bar Mason.

In the carpark is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#2 of 4 onsite].

North Side of Wilson St:

30-01  Viva Mexico  Licensed cafe selling Mexican food – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

30-04 Fruitscoop Gelato Icecream and vegan gelato.

30-05 Jungle Bar Coffee Pizza and Smoothies.

30-06 Cafe Turkey Kebabs, chips and Iskender meals.

South side of Wilson St:

30-16  CD and Vinyl Heaven  Quality second hand and new vinyl records and CDs ranging from normal price domestic releases to collectors items and special editions.

30-17  Renters United  Find out about Renters United and join the campaign for a fair deal for renters.

30-18  Wellington Residents Coalition Information about Wellington Residents’ Coalition water campaign.

30-30 Parrotdog + Moon Parrotdog has a licenced cafe/lounge in conjunction with Moon Bar. This area is located outside Bar Mason on Wilson Street.

Stall Block 4

in Riddiford St      from Wilson to Constable

This Block hosts the Baobab Oasis in Baobab’s rear courtyard, the Moon  After Party and the New World Community Stage on the corner of Constable Street.

St Johns First Aid is near the Community Stage

The Festival Info Stall is just around the corner at Kia Ora, 6 Constable Street. The Police onsite can be found via our Info stall.

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

401  New Zealand Labour Party Paul Eagle and information about the NZ Labour party.

402  Moon Outdoor Licence Cafe Lounge – Local Business, open even when it’s not the Festival

403  Spicecraft  BBQ rubs and smoked and flavoured salt seasonings – NZ made and all natural. Full flavoured.

404  HEMP HATS   Hemp hats and hemp bags – our own designs and our own brand. Hand-made fair trade in Nepal.

405  Mandalay Merchandise  Selling Burmese handicrafts I buy each year from the same families in Burma. Products include: baskets, parasols, puppets, hand-weavings, hilltribe bags and jewellery. All profits go into permaculture projects I support with holding workshops and designing for properties.

407  FizzBang Candy floss  Gourmet Candy floss products in a range of flavours and options.

On the West side of Riddiford St:

410  Baobab   Outdoor Licensed Cafe Lounge  – Local Business, also open when its not Fairday!  

412  Flying Nun Records  Flying Nun records and merchandise.

413  5036 Boutique Brews  Produces two product lines of Plum Liquor: Damson on Ice and an orchard mixed boutique on ice. Samples will be available.

415  Ruahine Ports Ltd  Award winning New Zealand made Fruit Port and hand-blown glassware.

417  Karma Drinks  Selling a range of organic sodas, probiotic drinks and juices.

418  New Generation Liquorice  A quality New Zealand-made range of liquorice, nougat and fudge, with delicious flavours produced specifically for New Generation Liquorice.

419  Garuda Food Truck  Indonesian Food, fried noodles and fried rice.

420  Book Haven  Secondhand books with a difference, including lots of NZ, Maori, Pacifika & foreign language books – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

421  Copper Uncovered  Handmade Copper & Brass Art
Flowers, Roses, Tea-lights, Wall Lotus, Hanging Copper Hearts, Coasters, Jewellery, Bracelets, leaves, seahorses and new products to come

422  Koakoa Handcrafted spirits and liqueurs from the Kapiti Coast

423  Opportunity for Animals Food, clothing, badges and other merchandise

424  Juramai Honey Honey and beehive products!

425  MiniGardens Bonsai NZ  Bonsai trees and pots. – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

427 Chan’s Eatery Homemade dumplings, vegan summer rolls, satay on sticks & roast pork buns – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

Stall Block 40

Constable St

This street hosts the Girls Rock! Stage up by Daniell Street, and the Newtown New World Community Stage at Riddiford Street.

There will be an afterparty outside Big Barrel hosted by Fortune Favours in the evening.

The Festival Info Stall is at Kia Ora, 6 Constable Street. The Police onsite can be found via our Info stall.

St John’s First Aid is near the Community Stage (in Riddiford Street).

North side of Constable St:

40-00  Wellington Region Emergency Management Office – WREMO  Information stall about our preparedness messaging for the community.

40-01  Red Cross New Zealand Information and collection point for Red Cross.

40-02 Predator Free Wellington We will have information about the Predator Free Wellington project. People will be able to sign up to be part of our programme, and we’ll have info about native species and pest animals.

40-03  Kaibosh Food Rescue  Information about Kaibosh Food Rescue; our work and volunteering. We will give out brochures, postcards, free bananas.

40-04  Vincents Art Workshop  An information and sales table promoting Vincents Art Workshop. We will also sell small donated artworks and take orders for the decorations that will be installed on the fence of the playground, celebrating the year of the Ox!

40-05  Travelling Crepes  French Crepes and Belgian Waffles made in both sweet and savoury flavours. GF, DF and vegan options available.

40-06  House of Dumplings  Panfried handmade dumplings made with either free range meat or is plant based. Vegan options and dairy free.

40-07  Firebird  Handmade burgers and GF bowls, tostadas and GF brownie.

40-08  Tom’s Chimney Cake & Langosh   Hungarian Bakery products, Chimney cakes and fried bread products.

40-09  Sweet and Sour NZ  We will be selling cakes, slices, truffles and grilled sandwiches as well as coffee and cold drinks.

40-10  Aye! Empanadas and more  Argentinean food, empanadas and alfajores.

40-11  Mao and Co – Dumplings and Noodles  Wellington’s resident dumpling & noodle destination.

40-12  Imagination Distilling  New Zealand Craft Gin, made in our distillery in the Kapiti Coast.

40-13  Newtown Library  The Library is open for its usual functions as well as a pop-up used book sale and plenty of children’s games available for use on site such as LegoLocal Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

40-14  Heke Homemade Herbals  Teas (packets and herbal) are handmade in Nelson and use NZ herbs wherever possible.

40-15  Earth and Sea Jewellery  Displaying beach pebble Jewellery for purchase.

40-16  Vickies Originals Nelson  Upcycled 1970’s retro furniture into FUNCTIONAL ART.

40-17  Kanuka Glen Art  Rustic and vibrant native bird art. Prints and original art.

40-18  Kapai Kettle Corn  Fresh popped kettle style popcorn.

40-20  Louis French Patisserie  French pastries and macarons, made by Louis Sergeant.

40-21  Rustic Beauty Handmade soaps, shampoo, body products. Candles, melts, diffusers.

40-22  Nyingje Trust We raise money for a small Tibetan refugee community – and surrounding area – in India. We do this by selling pre-loved clothes and other items, of which 100% of the money goes to help this community.

40-23  Caeayaron’s Universal Love Programme  We are sharing our Caeayaron’s Universal Love Alignments and the 7 Fundamentals of Light Concept classes. www.suzannamariaemmanuel-caeayaron.com

40-24  Wellington Buddhist Centre Information stall giving out fliers, books, book bags and meditation gear (mats, cushions, stools, shawls, malas).

40-25  Donut Express  Fresh hot churros served with sweet or savoury sauces of customer choice.

40-26  Phiten Health and Performance  Our products offer a natural, drug free solution that could help you relax and better enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle with reduced levels of stress, tension and pain.

40-27  Wild Nature  Pure organic aloe vera skincare, haircare and makeup.

40-28  Whitlow Clothing  We make sustainable women’s clothing from plant-based fabrics that we purchase locally. We will be selling limited edition linen dresses, tops and bags. www.whitlowshop.com

40-29  Black and Orange Catering  BBQ slow and low pulled pork/beef brisket on a house-baked brioche bun, ciabatta, wrap, nachos or in a salad bowl with fresh local salads. German Bratwust traditionally in a roll with mustard and/or sauerkraut.

40-30  Black and Orange Catering  Noodle bowls with BBQ ginger pork, teriyaki beef, vegetarian soy. We are gluten free, vegetarian, vegan and dairy-free friendly.

40-31  Krishna Food  We will be selling our famous Krishna plate (rice, curry, salad and dessert), lasagna, pies, sausage rolls and other yummy vegan treats.

40-32  La Linda Artisanal Pasta  La Linda Artisanal pasta is a new family business specialised in ravioli. We have more than four varieties and vegan options to suit different needs.

40-33  Hot like a Mexican  Amazing looking Mexican food caravan with amazing tasting food.

40-34  Roti King  Delicious roti wraps.

40-35  The Iki Sushi Bowl  Sushi burrito & bowls – Mexican burrito meets Japanese Sushi. This is great to eat on the go and with less packaging than traditional sushi which means that it is better for the environment as well!

40-36  The Crafted and Co. We sell a variety of products including gourmet burgers and doughnuts.

40-37  Girls Rock Stage A stall near our stage to promote our programmes and sell our merch.

In the Big Barrel Carpark there is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#3 of 5 onsite]

South side of Constable St:

40-40  Wonderment  We feature artworks, diecast cars, collectables, home decor, bespoke pieces, animal antlers/horns/skins, pre-loved clothing, curios, Kiwiana, books, jewels, kitchen goods, hip flasks, lucky dip and sooo much more fabulousness.

40-41  Little Red Panda  Baby boutique – silicone teethers, play mats, nursery artwork, night lights, swaddles, silicone bowls.

40-42  Sweet Escape  Handmade bath and body products.

40-43  Newtown Bakery  We are selling pork buns and chicken & chips.

40-44  New Zealand Parliament Information stall about New Zealand Parliament.

40-45  Unite against COVID-19  We’re the Unite against COVID-19 campaign and want to come to Newtown Festival with our Scanitise for a prize wall to activate and encourage people to scan in and sanitise.

40-46  Green House Books  We will be selling a plethora of books and plants at our stall.

40-46a  Newtown Festival Headquatersin the Kia Ora Newtown office. Festival Information, point of contact with the Police, lost and found.

40-47  Fin Clothing  Selling a unique range of Women’s clothes designed & made locally in Wellington.

40-48  KiwiClass  Info stall with a fun community activation of some kind – appealing to multicultural and migrant communities, as well as promoting refugee and migrant issues in the area.

40-49  Wiki Goods co.  A wonderful selection of health and wellness products, herbal remedies, protein powders, crystals, candles and natural homeware.

40-50  Mt Cook Connect – Info & Howard St Community Garde  Information display for Mt Cook Connect, and fundraiser for Howard St Community Garden. We will sell tote bags (with former Wallace St Pohutukawa mural design by Liana Leiataua) and take orders for t-shirts.

40-51  Peoples Coffee  Famous Peoples Fair-Trade Organic Coffee, Cold drinks and delicious food! – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

40-52  Fat-Pet Boutique  We are selling handmade pet accessories such as pet seat belts, toys, collars, and towels. We will also be selling handmade earrings and tote bags.

40-53  Crafty Dragon  Jewellery, crystals, light-catchers, wishstones, critter rocks and more.

40-54  Tonic & Cloth  We will be selling sustainable and ethical fashion, made in NZ and in empowering and life changing sewing houses in India and Cambodia. Womenswear in sizes 6-18.

40-55  STUDIO THREAD  My friend and I make our own clothes. Mine are flowing and feminine bohemian style wrap skirts and kimonos. Hers are more for the corporate woman using lots of Merino, and makes mix and match tops and kimonos.

40-56  Europeeler  I demonstrate the usages of a multifunctional vegetable peeler and have them for sale.

40-58  Lilys Collection  Giftware, accessories and hats.

40-60  New Zealand Myanmar Ethnics Council  Information stall which will be fundraising, selling t-shirts which support the civil disobedience movement in Myanmar, teaching about who are the ethnic groups from Myanmar and then connecting various ethnic groups from Myanmar with local Kiwis.

40-61  Sea Shepherd  We are an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organisation. We will be providing information stall and Merchandise.

40-62  Lions Club of Wellington Host  Information about Lions Clubs, video display and colour competition. Fundraising for Wellington Hospital Foundation – the 2021 base for Hospi, the WHF mascot.

40-63  The NZ Vegan Society  We will be preparing meat substitute chicken to give away to people as a chance to taste vegan meat. We will also have information pamphlets, and will be keen to talk to people about their food choices.

40-64  Iced NZ  Frozen fruit slushy drinks, iced coffee and iced chocolate.

40-65  Twentysix  Newtown Festival group show opening with performance and Wearable Art.

40-66  Reusabowl  Reusable takeaway packaging (bowl with lid) that punters can borrow for $10 to use at the festival – they can then return it to our stall for a refund after use.

40-67  Willi’s Kitchen  We will be selling vegan savouries like mini quiches, sausage rolls & sweet treats like vegan donuts, cookies etc.

Stall Block 5

in Riddiford St      from Constable to Newtown Ave

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

500  Blackwedding Fashion and accessories.

501  Embrace Design Homewares designed and made in our small business in Tawa. www.embracedesign.nz

502  Chi&Soda Our small Wellington company makes our own bottled soft drinks, green tea and latte.

503  Oishi Bento Bento combo and sushi, as well as rice sandwiches and snacks.

504  Kereru Natural Products Handmade natural soaps, creams, balms, bath salts, essential oils, massage oils, candles, etc.

505  House of Harem Beautiful clothing from around the world. The vibrant fabrics and flattering cuts range from babies to plus sizes.

506  Island Time Shoes and Leathermania Colourful woven summer sandals and handmade NZ leather bags, earth shoes etc.

508  The Ramen Shop Ramen noodle bowls, steamed buns – as served everyday in the Ramen Shop – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

509  Amadeus Hair & Beauty We are selling ‘Happy Bags’ which are recycled bags, using community recycled plastics, and ‘Bloombags’ which are recycled plastic bottles made into garden planter bags Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

510  Mamias Mamia’s brings authentic Ethiopian home cooking right to your dinner table through our delicious relish and cooking sauces.

511  Nells Candy Floss Candy floss in loads of delicious flavours.

On the West side of Riddiford St:

520  Indian Sweets and Snacks  Indian street food and Samosa. We are also offering curry and rice such as butter chicken and lamb curry –  Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

521  Carrello del Gelato  Scoop Serve gelato and sorbetto.

522  FROLIC  Quality womens’ clothing, hats and jewellery.

523  Serious Straws  Great quality straw, raffia, paper and palm hats that are both durable and provide good sun protection.

524  Evolve Designs  Original NZ designed and ethically-made clothing for women and their girls. Using fun and vibrant, limited edition fabrics, we’re all about creating feminine and flattering designs for all shapes and sizes.

525 The Jewellery Box NZ Handmade sterling silver jewellery.

526  Hipsta  Funky handicrafts and clothing.

527  Patisserie Delight Cafe  Summer rolls, chicken kebabs and soft drinks Our cafe will also be open so you can come sit down and enjoy a coffee, tea or a cold drink – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

528  Leslie Dinou  Seagrass baskets, wheat packs, door stops, draught stops, shopping bags – all handmade in Wellington by ourselves.

529  Summer Snow  Cool down with some shaved ice and ice-cream.

Stall Block 50

Newtown Avenue

This street hosts the new Newtown Ave Block Party hosted by Laundry Bar.

North side:

50-00  Fundraising Money for Young Ladies in Sudan  We will be selling three different Ethiopian curries.

50-02  Taco Addicts  Tex-Mex/Austin style tacos with an emphasis on fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. We have vegetarian, vegan, GF options.

50-03  Happy Banana  Thai street food – e.g Pad Thai, Thai Fish Cake, Spring roll, Chicken Satay, Thai deep fried banana.

50-04  Roti Variety  Selected authentic Indian and Sri-Lankan dishes, such as roti wraps, samosas and delicious biriyani.

50-05  Greek Souvlaki  Greek Souvlaki, Vegan and vegetarian options, scotch fillet, bean salad, stuffed vine leaves and Baklava.

50-06 The Dumpling Company Pan fried dumplings (3 flavours), dipping sauce, soft drinks.

50-07  Indo PLUS Food Truck  Selling Indonesian Food from our food truck.

50-08  Zayaz Kebab Food Truck  Kebabs – Chicken, Lamb, Mixed, Falafel snack packs (loaded fries) or Chicken, lamb, mixed Salad meals.

50-09  Free water refill station  Free water to anyone – fill your water bottles here.

50-10 Mr Circle We sell Chinese crepes and bubble drinks from our food truck.

50-11  The Hot Wafel  Serving Belgian waffles – both savoury and sweet.

50-12  K&K food caravan  We sell chicken satay, beef kebabs, , chicken or vegan lot cha (stir fried noodles), chicken or beef bay cha (stir fried rice), and pork belly or beef brisket on egg fried rice.

50-13  Orale Tacos  Authentic Mexican food with original ingredients and flavours inspired by the streets of Mexico.

50-14  Eastern Touch Ltd.  Falafel wrap, grilled haloumi cheese, chips, icecream and hot/cold drinks.

50-16  Donut Express  Fresh hot churros served with sweet or savoury sauces of customer choice.

50-17  M South  South American style food such as Chorizo, Churros and Pizza.

South side:

50-21  Aotearoa Apparel Locally designed Māori themed tees, hoodies, baseball hats, bucket hats, singlets, sweat tops, beanies and more!

50-22  Vintage Treasures Jewellery, up-cycled photo frames, retro China, comics – all things!

50-23  Hex- Member of the Newtown Vintage Craft Mark  Handmade beard and hair oil, crystals, runes, jewellery, tarot readings, recycled leather pouches and more handmade items.

50-24  Taylor Smith Jewelry  Handmade colourful and funky jewellery made locally in Wellington. I will also be selling small paintings, sculptures and stickers. Find me on instagram @taylor.smith.jewelry

50-25  Reserved  .

50-26  Jules & the wildflowers  Selling polymer clay jewellery, air dry clay objects and embroidery- all handmade by me.

Stall Block 6

in Riddiford St      from Newtown Ave to Normanby

Thanks to McDonalds this Block hosts the Buskers Pitch – carpark street performance !

Beside McDonalds is a temporary SpikNspan Toilet Truck  [#4 of 5 onsite]

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

601  Blue Star Kiwi  Hand crafted miniatures and jewellery crafted from them.

603  HYDRADYE  Hydradye clothing designed and crafted in New Zealand. Pretty vintage inspired linen and cotton dresses, merino wool ponchos, lace jackets and mesh Ts. Plus accessories (hats and scarves).

604  Electoral Commission  Information stall to get people enrolled and understanding how they can participate in NZs democratic process.

605  Samoan Catholic Youth Group  Samoan chop suey and sausage sizzle.

606  ARBONNE  Our products are pure, simple, plant based and beneficial. We are cruelty free, vegan and gluten free. We believe in a holistic approach to beauty, health and wellbeing. We have skincare range, body care and a nutrition range.

607  Royal Commission Inquiry – Abuse in Care  We will have pamphlets and other information. We will also have a table and chairs in the gazebo should people wish to talk about the commission.

608  Classic African Style Design  Classic African Style Design – beautiful creations, clothing designed and made right here in Newtown!

609  African Market  West African Bolga baskets, djembe, handcarved wooden wall arts and masks, wooden carved animals and musical instruments.

611  Vinnies Wellington  Secondhand goods – Local Business, also open when it’s not the Festival

On the West side of Riddiford St:

621  Fear Factory Wellington  Face paints and promotions.

622  Emeli Fred  I am a local Newtown artist who will be selling my handmade products (scented dolls and soap) and visual art.

623  empire auctions  NZ made socks and cloths. Sunglasses and hats.

624  Eaglestone  Crystals, minerals, fossils and gemstone pendants.

625  G&A Trading  Selling Splat balls, leather bracelets, friendship necklaces and lucky dips.

626  Taniwhayaje  Fusion of Inca and Maori cultures within each piece of clothing. Additionally, they consist of Alpaca fibres and are hand loomed from our family members in Ecuador. We also sell Alpaca ponchos, jackets, and blankets and to bring a festive touch to our stall. We create wonderful hair wraps for all to enjoy.

627  Iridescence Design Hand made Jewellery and giftware, ear rings, pendants, rings and wall art made from silver, gold, shell, Pounamu recycled Rimu, glass and ceramics and a few selected quality imported pieces.

Stall Block 60

Normanby St

This street hosts the Songs From the Old Country Stage.

North side:

60-01  Galit Maxwell Pottery  Wheel thrown pottery and hand-built ceramics

60-02  Charming Jewellery Unique, Beautiful & Charming – Just like you! I have lovely collection of beautiful, colourful, trendy as well as traditional jewellery including earrings, necklaces, bracelets and brooches.

60-03 Kingfisher Leather NZ  Stunning range of leather goods made in Whangarei from quality leather. Our products are: unique leather bags, backpacks, tiny bags, coin purses, phone clutch, pot plant hangers, drink bottle carriers, card carriers and small handy accessories.

60-04  Young Creators Collective  Beeswax wraps made from 100% cotton and locally sources beeswax and cutlery rolls made from reclaimed materials (Ake Ake + Bee Kind). The collective also sells a series of children’s fantasy novels, called the Royal Orchid series, written by Denika Mead (one of the creators). Price range of $15-25.

60-05  Dripped With Honey  Handmade clay earrings, clay pots and flower wreaths.

60-06  Broken Souls Scents and Bonny Joy’s Baking  Candles and bath bombs, and home baking.

60-07  Beeco  Our stall will be selling beeswax food wraps made from NZ beeswax! www.beecowrapsnz.com

60-08  A Wild Bunch  Dried flowers wreaths and garlands and indoor plants maybe some cut flowers.

60-09  Roadworn upcyclers  Asocial enterprise up-cycling bicycle parts, the people doing the work are the ‘street’ people of Wellington.

60-10  Reserved

60-11  Crownlyynn.kiwi  Ceramics made from the original Crown Lynn master moulds. We are also selling a collection of T Cooper fashions from a collection with little or no wear. This collection was the delight of an elder lady, the condition is new/near new and laundered.

60-12  Homeland Creations NZ  Hand poured soy wax candles and melts, home and car fragrance and bespoke jewellery.

South side:

60-20  La creperie  Selling French crepes.

60-21  Marielle Estelle  High quality handmade jewellery combining French flair and Aotearoa inspired designs.

60-22  Sativa Botanicals  We are a whanau business. All our Hemp is grown, manufactured and formulated in Whanganui. Products include Hemp tea, milk, balms, medicinal oil, proteins, hearts, beard and skin oils and soaps.

60-23  Funky Junk  Antique China, baby knitting, women’s fashions, vintage fabric and linen, jewellery, girls party dresses, and up-market knick knacks.

60-24  Simple Sundays  Two girls sourcing clothing and homewares for absolutely fabulous people like you 🌻

60-25  Pampered Bird  Heat packs, bath tea, boy scrub, shaving soap and scrub bars

60-26  Honey Hues  Handmade macrame – wall hangings, plant pot hangers and home decor

60-28  Pablo’s Art  I will be selling my 3D sculptures, drawing peoples portraits and selling 2D drawings/silkscreen T shirts that I have made myself.

60-29  Reserved .

Stall Block 7

in Riddiford St      from Normanby to Donald McLean

At the south end of this Block [inside the old Petrol Station] are the Festival of Praise and an outdoor lounge.

In Gordon St (off Riddiford St) there are Flamingo Scooters practice rides and the Garage Project Gordon Street Stage. You can get to this stage through the Newtown Garage.

On the East (Newtown School) side of Riddiford St:

700  Gem Division  Handcrafted one off pieces of jewellery featuring textured precious metals and striking gemstones.

701  Millie Art Studio  Modern art prints with a hand-drawn feel! High quality prints and cards featuring animals, native birds and more, skilfully drawn using pencil, watercolour and ink.

702  Total Health Chiropractic  Offering complimentary spine and nervous system checks by our chiropractors.

703  Lavender Abbey  Lavender products – Soap, balms, creams, lotions, floral water, flowers, perfume, buds, and other lavender products.

704  Brendan Grant Artwork  Prints of my artwork in affordable formats. As coasters, magnets, cards, matted prints and A3 prints. Mostly Wellington City, also novelty Kiwiana art. www.brendangrantartwork.com

705  Loctician – Dreadlocks Wellington  Dreadlocks, jewellery of all kinds, dread ties and crochet hooks, as seen at my website https://loctician.co.nz

706  Bloore Distributing Ltd  Swiss made Victorinox chef, kitchen and butcher knives and accessories and quality Danish brush wave.

708  HIMALAYA LIMITED Pure NZ woollen products, hemp products, cotton clothing and crafts from Nepal and Tibet.

709  Lush  Silver and Fashion Jewellery.

710  Willo  NZ made womens clothing and possibly some Italian linen.

711  Wellington Zoomies  Providing information regarding my dog walking business, and selling dog related products like dog bandanas and dog tags.

712  Markets and Fairs  Flying dragons and flying eagles.

713  Lilys Collection  Giftware and accessories.

On the West side of Riddiford St:

721  Artlife by Sameera  Original paintings, ‘on the spot’ Arabic calligraphy of names and home decor items.

722  Cleensheet  Laundry detergent foam sheets! NZ product.

723  Eden Juice  100% pure cherry juice, giving you many amazing and proven health benefits, as well as being very delicious.

724  WREMO & WCC Resilience & WCC Tip Shop  

725  Kingdom of Klah  Handprinted royal garments with stories from the parallel universe of the Kingdom of Klah.

726  Flair Studios Project Bloom  Photography, pictures, books and canvasses.

727  Retro Art  Mid-century art in recycled/upcycled frames to funky up your home.

729  Qwerky Home  Ecofelttubs, bags, totes, laptop bags, art pegs, hairclip tidies, vegan leather purses and other small items. [email protected]

730  StuARTS Robots and Lamps  Art made by myself which I describe as robot like figures. Some are a little steam punkish. All are unique as they are made with op shop, dump shop and found objects. I also make lamps and light robots.

732  The Brothers Coldpress  Unpasteurised, cold pressed juice made with organic and local ingredients. We have a sit down area with shade.

733  Eaglestone  Crystals, minerals and fossils gemstone pendants.

734  Festival of Praise  Festival of Praise will have a live band, singing and dancing, prayer, free medical advice. We will sell Pacific Island food: curry, chop-suey, tropical fruit drink of watermelon/pineapple/coconut (‘otai), donuts, desserts (faikakai) etc.

735  Denisa’s Marketing  NZ made socks, imported socks, clothing, sunglasses, caps and novelties.

736  Spice Tree  Freshly ground spice powders, spice mixes, seasonings, flour, pancake mixes.

737  Kiwi Donuts  Hot mini donuts and shaved ice.

739  Mr Whippy  Van serving soft serve ice cream.

740  Kainga Ora  Information about Kainga Ora developments in the Wellington area with a focus on Newtown.

Stall Block 70

Donald McLean St

This street hosts the Sounds Almighty Sound Systems Stage, the FREE Street Sports Zone – for young and old.  (Unfortunately the Fire and Emergency Burning Kitchen had to cancel, so not this year!)

There is also the Ferguson Stage off of Donald McLean St down Ferguson St.

North side:

70-00  The Old Quarter Restaurant  Selling fresh and hot food off our menu from our local restaurant.

70-01  Somali Food  Meat and rice with sauce with vegetables Sambosa Basbosa Falafel.

70-03  Happy Banana  Thai street food – e.g Pad Thai, Thai fish cakes, springroll, chicken satay, Thai deepfried banana.

70-04  Roy’s Dumplings  Selling the best pan fried dumplings in town.

70-08  Damascus  Manakesh: very thin pita bread with fillings on top, which can be Lamb Beijin, Beef and Tahini, Spinach and Feta Cheese, Syrian Cheese or Zaatar (vegan).

70-09  Roti Bay  Roti Wraps, Butter chicken, Satay Chicken, Chicken, lamb or vege curry, and vegan and gluten free Samosa.

70-10  Kebabium Ltd  Selling grilled bread, grilled sausages and kebabs.

70-14  Wellington Hutt Valley Gaelic Football & Hurling  Showcasing our club and Ireland’s national sports of Gaelic games – hurling, camogie and Gaelic football.

70-15 Lyall Bay Surf Life Saving Club Information about Club activities

South side:

70-20  Community Fruit Wellington  We will be selling fresh fruit and preserves as part of a fundraiser.

70-21  Wellington Vegan Actions  Animal rights hub – resources and information available from a range of organisations across Wellington such as NZAVS, Wellington Animal Save, Black Sheep Animal Sanctuary, Wellington Rabbit Rescue and more.

70-22  Wellington Vegan Actions Grassroots animal rights organisation, specialising in direct action and outreach.

70-23 Higher Taste Hare Krishna Vegan and Vegetarian Food

70-24  Zelati Ltd  Gourmet gelato & sorbet – Made locally in Wellington

70-25  Boquita and La Boca Loca Mexican food such as burritos, nachos and tacos.

70-26  Fryday Donuts Gourtmet donuts, coffee, burgers.

70-29  Shoot the Knight  Have a go at medieval themed archery!

Stall Block 8

in Riddiford St      from Donald McLean to Arney

This Block hosts the Radio Active FM Coffee Supreme South Stage.

On the East (Newtown School- Rhodes St) side of Riddiford St:

800  Tamerlane Handicrafts  Pacific Rim Handicrafts, shell coconut and driftwood items. We have Mosaic pots and platters, ethnic musical instruments, NZ wooden signs, driftwood sculptures and shells and polarised sunglasses.

801  Firefly  Sparkly and colourful arts and crafts, decorations, jewellery and accessories.

802  Spike the Sock-broker  Novelty socks, long socks, beanies, legwarmers, hand warmers, hats, gloves.

804  Snaxpax  I make reusable and machine washable sandwich bags, snack bags and food covers. I have also recently added reusable kitchen towels to my products. They are all handmade by me from my home in Wellington.

805  Shree Vedmata Gayatri Pariwar Society Wgtn  Chai and Faludo drinks, curry and rice, samosa, bhajia, puri potatoes, khaman, bhelpuri.

806  New Conservative  Information on New Conservative.

807  MANAWATU BAMBOO  Both Men and Women’s Bamboo textile tops and socks.

808  No. 8 Essentials  No. 8 Essentials produce a growing range of eco-friendly natural personal care items that are formulated to work well. We make products such as deodorants, lip balms, and insect repellents – all in mess-free compostable cardboard tubes; moisturisers to suit different skin types; acne treatments; perfumes; etc.

809  Veronica Apparels  Women’s clothing.

811  Bath Treats and Soaperie  Homemade novelty soaps, bath bombs, candles and wax melts.

812  The Supers  Small clothing brand selling screen printed t-shirts, caps and other accessories. High priority on artwork on shirts.

813  Fortune Lane  Vintage clothing.

814  Coffee Supreme  We will be selling pre-bottled cold coffee and chocolates and some Supreme merch and bags of coffee.

On the West side of Riddiford St:

819  Parry Soaps  Handmade artisan soaps, bathbombs, shower steamers and soap on a rope.

820  Crafted by Lori  I make organic body products with an accent on herbal infusions and high quality oils. Deodorants, shampoo bars, conditioner bars, hair serum, healing body butter and more.

821  RECIDIVIST  Second hand and upcycled vintage and retro clothing.

822  Made by Maranga  Woodwork and handmade crafts which have been created by people with disabilities, who attend a vocational service (Maranga) in the city. All profits go towards both paying the creators of the products, and buying the materials to ensure people are able to continue to learn new skills and create new products.

823  Vietnamese Hand Craft  Hand crafts such as self-balancing bamboo dragonflies, quilling craft, crochet crafts, etc.

824  Chester and Lucy  Handmade dog bandanas, collars and leads.

825  Nyx, Rowan Witch, Witchcraft  A collective of artists selling witchy goods, tarot readings, t-shirts, patches, jewellery, art prints, zines and stickers!.

826  Joe Harlow Art  My stall will sell prints, zines and sculptures in my ancient robotic art style. Instagram: @joeharlow_art.

827  AfrikaWithin and Dreads n’ low  Offering dreadlocks and hair braiding services. Also handmade products from Africa.

828  Radio Active.FM  Radio Active merch tent.

Stall Block 80

Arney St

This street is right beside the RadioActive.FM and Coffee Supreme South Stage.

Arney St hosts FREE activities for kids, child-themed stalls, Polish and Irish Story Tellers and much more.

There’s also a carnival operator with a Bouncy Castle, a small Merry-Go-Round and a Ferris Wheel, and Wishbone Bikes, with balance bike rides for kids. All the rides are free!

80-02  NZ-Polish History Books  The 733 Polish children and 105 Polish adults who arrived in NZ in 1944 were NZ’s first group of invited refugees. We sell a range of books related to that history.

80-05  Polish Society  Food and story telling.

80-06  The Wellington Entertainment Group Join us for 60 second slam, using household objects to complete fun challenges within a 60 second time limit. Or welcome to the Carnival; traditional wooden skill-test games. Take a family picture in our Photo Booth, one print per group. Come Play!

80-11  CNC Moving Transport Baby clothes and barbeque Braai sale.

80-12  PictureBook Publishing  We sell NZ Childrens Picture books, fine art prints and lil original watercolours.

80-20 The Embassy of Ireland – The culture of Ireland, including storytelling, drawing, and dancing.

80-25  Waffalicious  Waffles with a twist: waffle bowls, waffle icecream sandwiches, waffles on a stick, waffle fries.

Stall Block 81 & 82

Gordon Street and Gordon Place

In Gordon Place there are Flamingo Scooters practice rides, the Circus Hub Stage, and the Garage Project Gordon Place Stage.
In this block, there is also

81-01 Urban Masala Indian Food. Local Business in Riddiford St, also open when it’s not the Festival

81-10 Garage Project Craft Brewer Lounge.

81-20 Flamingo Scooters Free scooter rides and skills practice.

Leading down to Gordon Place are stalls on Gordon Street.

82-01 A-pei Clothing Womenswear made in small quantities with materials sourced from local suppliers. Consciously designed and handmade in Wellington.

82-02 Isthatso Graphic T-shirts Range of arty/quirky t-shirts featuring the talents of NZ artists, anre are hand screen printed in NZ.

82-03 Let’s Wear it Loud Skirts, frocks, hot pants and dolly bow headbands with a vintage/retro flavour, designed and made in Wellsford NZ by Let’s Wear it Loud Hot chocolate design shoes. www.letswearitloud.com

82-04 Miss Sombre Alternative themed apparel and homewares. Wallets, handbags, tote bags, coasters, candles and badges.

82-05 Davinasart Taranaki Unique Kiwiana paua & wire art. Tyedyes, ponchos, canvas paintings – all original handmade by me.

82-06 The Vest Practice We are 100% NZ made women’s funky knit vests (Merino) and trousers (linen and jeans).

82-07 Fly Action Forever We resell up-cycled and vintage op shop finds, most of which are clothing. 15% of our profits are donated to a local cause.

82-08 Latino Jeans We are selling a wide range of jeans, as well as some other beautiful pieces of clothing.

82-11 Donut Express Toffee apples and fizzy drinks – fundraising for Breast Cancer support.

82-12 Breast Cancer Support Mini fresh hot cinnamon donuts and cold flavoured shaved ice.