Water, sodas, coffee, and tea, plus an assortment of fruits, nuts, pastries, muffins, brownies, chips, crackers, and granola.
Check-in & Setup
Saturday October 7th
6:30am - 9 am
10 am to 9 pm
noon to 6 pm
◊ Electricity is included in your booth fee. Artists are encouraged to bring lights, as we are open during the evening hours. Artists with more than standard electrical needs must make prior arrangements with event.
◊ Artists & Participants are responsible for providing all booth display equipment: such as white tents, tables, chairs, electrical cords, lights, etc. If you are using electricity you must provide your own extension cord and you will be responsible for duct taping your extension cord to the street for the safety of our shoppers.
◊ The layout and elegance of the venue require your “back of booth” to be without clutter and kept neat.
◊ Artist & Participants may park in the Festival area only long enough to load or unload.
◊ Displays are to be set up in your designated space only and must not block walkways.
◊ Your booth must be kept clean during the Festival hours and all refuse must placed in the trash receptacles. Please do not leave boxes and trash on the ground.
◊ Artists & Participants are responsible for tent weights. We are on a hard surface, so stakes are prohibited.
◊ Any Artist or Participant not cooperating with The Shops at La Cantera Art Festival guidelines will be asked to forfeit his or her booth space. No refund of booth fees will be made.
A section of the parking lot has been set aside for artist and participant parking. This area may be used for vehicles, RV’s, motor homes, and/or trailers. All vehicles parked in the artist parking lot must display a parking permit. Please let festival management know f you have a motor home or trailer vehicle and intend to spend the night on-site.
Lynette Henry – Artist Relations
show phone/ call & text
Lynette Wallace – Festival Director
call & text
From the north: Going south on I-35, take exit 172 for 1604 / Charles W. Anderson Loop. Take the La Cantera Parkway exit and turn right onto La Cantera Parkway.
From the east: Going west on I-10, take exit 587 for 1604 / Charles W. Anderson Loop. Take the La Cantera Parkway exit and turn right onto La Cantera Parkway.
From the west: Going east on I-10, take exit 555 for La Cantera Parkway / Fiesta Texas. Turn right on La Cantera Parkway.
The address for your GPS is 15900 La Cantera Parkway, San Antonio, TX.
Turn onto the property from La Cantera Parkway and follow the perimeter road around the edge back in the direction of the Loop 1604 service road. Look for signs for “The Falls”. The festival area is in the southeast section of the property.
Security will be furnished from Saturday morning until Sunday 10pm. It is the responsibility of the Artist & Participant to properly close/cover their booth outside of festival hours. Lynette Wallace Productions, Inc, and The Shops at La Cantera will not be liable for any losses or damages occurring on the festival site.
PLACE YOUR VEHICLE BOOTH NUMBER IN YOUR FRONT WINDOW.
All Artists enter the show site from Arbor Street. Pull as close to your booth space as possible. We must leave a passing lane in the middle of the street for emergency vehicles if an issue arises.
All Artists must unload their vehicles and move off site before completing setup. You must pull to a curbside to unload. You may pull over another artist’s empty space. However, show staff needs to know which booth numbers are being blocked. Those artists waiting for entry will need to be held until their booth space is unobstructed. Please pull as close to your booth space as possible leaving a passing walkway side.
Load Out begins at 6:00 PM Sunday.
Vehicles may enter site at 6:45pm after everyone has had time to start packing up and some room is cleared along the road for vehicles.