Oak Brook Artisan Market | Sat-Sun, Jun 10-11, 2023 – Remaining Balance


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Remaining Balance is due 60 days before the market – by or before April 10, 2023.

Vendor Space Details:
  • Tent spaces are 10′ x 10′.
  • Exhibitors must bring their own commercial-grade white tent.
  • Tents must be secured by at least 160 pounds of weights and at least 40 lbs./tent leg.
  • Exhibitors cannot stake tents into the ground. (Spaces are on cement, stone gravel or turf grass – which would be damaged by stakes.)
  • If you request a corner location, you must either have the corner wall open or use the outside wall to display their work.
  • This is a dolly-in show. Porters are available for a fee by appointment in 15-to-30 minute increments. Call for details.
  • Parking is free at the shopping center. However, you cannot drive a car all the way to your booth space.
  • Please call or email us with any special requests at (312) 461-9500 or events@stylechicago.com.
  • Oakbrook Center provides overnight security.
Market is Open to Public – Free Admission
  • Saturday, June 10, 2023 | 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Sunday, June 11, 2023 | 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Set-up Times:
  • Saturday AM – 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Parking:  Parking is free for both shoppers and vendors; however Vendors must park in outer-ring lots so market & mall shoppers can enjoy close-in parking.
Food Vendors:  All food sold at the market must be made in a commercial kitchen – or the vendor must have a DuPage County Cottage Food License.  A temporary food service permit is required when food is served to the public during an event (i.e. this includes sampling) or if the food being sold is perishable (i.e. requires refrigeration or heat to maintain).
DuPage County Health Department typically asks us to provide a list of all Food Vendors — and we do comply with all such requests.
Naperville, IL & Oak Brook, IL are both in DuPage County.  If you are doing more than one market in DuPage County, the county may offer you a permit discount for multiple markets.
Reminder: It is each vendor’s responsibility to follow all State, County & City/Village requirements. We are not experts in the detailed requirements for all the different food & beverage types – and nothing we say or write should be interpreted as advice. We can’t guarantee that we haven’t misunderstood or been misinformed, and County rules can change at anytime (as we saw during COVID).  As such, we strongly suggest that you email the county (info below) if the rules outlined on their website is unclear.
Please check with DuPage County directly (see contact info below) if you have questions regarding what is allowed or related fees after you’ve reviewed the links below.
DuPage County Health Department
Carrie Rannaoja
Phone: (630) 221-6113
Liquor Vendors in Oak Brook Only. (Liquor sales are not allowed in Naperville)
1 oz. samples of liquor are allowed with appropriate license(s) from the Village of Oak Brook. Link to Liquor License Application.  You may also sell closed bottles of wine, beer or spirits (for the purpose of the consumer taking home) with appropriate licensing in Oak Brook with a License.  However, no liquor sales allowed in Naperville.
No wine, beer or spirits can be sold for “immediate consumption.”