Thank you for your interest in being a vendor at VOTH: The Vegan Goth Food + Dark Music Festival | ATL 2020!  To register, please take the time to fill out the information below.

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The VOTH Festival, Goth In The Raw and The Southern Exchange are not responsible for any lost or missing items the day off the event. All food items MUST be free of dairy and animal by-products. Discrimination of ANY kind will not be permited a this event is LGBTQ, POC and Goth owned/produced event. Go against this will result in immediate removal from the event. Respect others and have fun!


Q: What constitutes as "dark" food?

A: Foods that are black, dark purple, crimson and grey. (ie: black garlic, black rice, black beans, black ice cream, dark red treats from beets, purple peppers, etc.). If you have never made dark foods, this is your chance to embrace the darkness and let your creativity. You can use food-safe colorings such as vegan coloring and activated charcoal. You can take any dish and paint it black, but make sure that it is 100% vegan.

Q: Do you have to be vegan to be a vendor?

A: To be a sponsor or a vendor, your company must be vegan/plant-based. This applies to food, beverage, clothing, apparel, beauty, etc. Non-profit vendors must be supportive of animal rights, advocates for veganism and a healthy lifestyle. We are showcasing the diversity within the vegan world with the beauty of vegans within the subculture. But, you do not have be goth/alternative to vendor - but please adhere to the theme and aesthetic of this event

Q: What time do I need to arrive?

A: You are to make arrive 2-3 hours early so that you have enough time to set up without having to rush and that we can start the event on time.

Q: How do I make my payment?

A: Once you submit your completed registration form, we will email you once it is received to secure the payment and any other documents that we will need. You will also receive an invoice for your records.

Q: Who do I contact if I have any more questions?

A: You can contact Regina Boros of Black Food Festival: and Nnaus A.O. Feratu of Goth In The Raw: