Each year, the Concord Multicultural features a full lineup of performances, food vendors, craft vendors, artists and activities that represent more than 30 cultures from around the world, presented by folks who live and work locally. 


African Style Worldwide

Made with Kitenge, a fabric popular in Africa known for its bright colors and patterns, Emelyne’s clothing and accessories feature traditional African styles, as well as modern, American styles. 


Authentic handmade African print head wraps, African jewelry and hoodies.

Art From Memory

Colorful and whimsical paintings by local Iraqi artist, Saad Hindal

Butu International

African clothing and accessories

Candace Robbins 

Necklaces and Bags

Castello Art Gallery

Carolyne Nakakeeto is a bead mosaic artist making jewelry and other crafts like key chains from African fabrics.

Celtic World-Celtic Beat

CDS, Books, Jewelry from or about Celtia. Original Prints and paintings and celtic art. 

Iryna and Francis Williams  

Hand crafted, individually made bead jewelry consisting of necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings.


Krisanswers uses fabric fiber and fun to showcase traditional forms of needlework from her own cultural history and reaches across continents to join them with others. Macrame, crochet, felt and embroidery are languages of culture, community, diversity and love. Handmade goods and multicultural exchange celebrate the world we build every day.

Moore Designs 

Floral Notecards of oil paintings sold in packs of 4 for $15 - $10 donated to IRC

Prints of paintings with $25/print donated to IRC

Book: ""Strong Stuff, Mothers' Stories"""

Regenesis Project

Haitian paperbead jewelry,ornaments, paintings, cloth handbags and assorted items

Virginie Diambou 

Handmade jewelry made out of cow bone and casual clothing made out of African fabric 

Up the Creek Traders

Genuine Native American Indian Crafts and Jewelry from various tribes and individuals 

More to come! We will continue updating this list as it gets closer- stay tuned! In the meantime, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter + Instagram, and sign up for email updates

Hand woven scarves made by Burmese refugee women who have resettled here in Concord, NH.

Hand woven scarves made by Burmese refugee women who have resettled here in Concord, NH.

Thank you to our Arts Partner


Thank you for your interest in participating in the 12th Annual Concord Multicultural Festival! With your participation, we are able to create an engaging event that brings people together to celebrate the diverse heritages that make the Greater Concord community so enriching.


or click below to download a registration form. 

Selling Vendor Guidelines (pdf)


Selling Vendor Registration Form (pdf)


Presenting Sponsors