Exhibitor & Vendor Info

Performers, nonprofits, small businesses, sponsors, city agencies, community groups, and campaigns are invited to host free activities, present their artistic and cultural works, or vend at Sunday Streets in 2024. 

After you submit an application, a team member will follow up within 5 business days about the status of your application and payment information for applicable fees.

Requirement for 2024 – Excluding performers, all exhibitors must offer an interactive activity. Examples include chalk, hula hoops, coloring pages, giveaways, or free health and social services. Vendors are required to setup and maintain a clean and professional merchandise display including table coverings, a brand sign, business cards, and menu for food vendors.

PLEASE NOTE – Due to the high volume of submissions we receive after the season announcement, application may take longer to process until April 19th, 2024. 

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Registration Deadlines

Tenderloin – May 20th | Excelsior – June 17th | Bayview – July 1st | Mission – July 22nd | Western Addition – August 19th | SOMA – September 9th

*Food vending opportunities only available on August 4th in Bayview and September 22nd in Western Addition

2024 Per Event Registration Fees


In order to support our fundraising efforts and generate programming funds for Sunday Streets, we have made the decision to raise the registration fee for our mile-long Open Street Destinations this year. As the popularity of our events continues to grow, so does the need for additional resources to ensure their success and sustainability for years to come. These events can feature up to 175 different organizations, each contributing activities for the enjoyment of over 12,000 event attendees. Managing this growing volume of activities and partners has put a considerable strain on our staff capacity. By raising the registration fee, we can generate the necessary funds to support our fundraising and advocacy efforts within our communities, ensuring long-term support and sustainability of Sunday Streets. Registration fees help keep Sunday Streets rolling into neighborhoods across San Francisco with free recreation and much needed open space for all of our communities to reconnect safely.



ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Performers, culture workers, nonprofit organizations, community groups, and small businesses whose primary operations are in the neighborhood


$45 per Block Party Event

$65 per Open Streets Destination 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Nonprofit organizations, agencies, programs, community groups or small businesses with annual operating budgets of less than $2M

Sponsorship Opportunities

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Mission-aligned nonprofit organizations, government agencies, or businesses with annual operating budgets of more than $2M.

Sponsoring Sunday Streets is a great way to get in front of thousands of San Francisco residents and authentically show your investment in the social, emotional and economic recovery of its diverse communities. We offer competitive sponsorship packages at a variety of price points that can be tailored to your digital, onsite, and campaign awareness goals.

CONTACT US: Email sponsors@livablecity.org to get in the streets this year!

Get 10% off your registration fees if you sign-up for the whole season.

Can’t afford the registration fee? Email sundaystreets@livablecity.org describing your activity and hardship to apply for an activation fee waiver.

2024 Equipment Rental Rates per event

Fee waivers and season discounts are not available for equipment rentals.

Sunday Streets equipment is provided by Into The Streets equipment rental program that helps keep costs low for exhibitors and vendors and employs San Franciscans from the neighborhoods we serve with Sunday Streets at the same time.

Canopy Tents


Canopies are 10’x10′ white tents and includes mandatory ballasting; rental rate includes setup and breakdown



Tables are 6′ long AND DO NOT INCLUDE coverings; rental rate includes setup and breakdown



Standard folding chairs; rental rate includes delivery of chairs to booth

Frequently Asked Questions

What am I allowed to do as an exhibitor?

Sunday Streets is open to any activation as long as it follows the Sunday Streets mission and programming guidelines. Most importantly, to keep Sunday Streets accessible and focused on health and wellness, all exhibitor activities must be free and open to the public with no fundraising or alcohol allowed.

Can I sample food as an exhibitor?

Sunday Streets allows food sampling as long as it follows the guidelines required by the San Francisco Dept. of Public Health and Sunday Streets. The application and guidelines can be found in the quick links section.

Can I vend at Sunday Streets?

Sunday Streets is intended to promote foot traffic for local brick-and-mortar businesses along the car-free event route and only offers vending opportunities for local businesses in dedicated Market Squares at select events. (Email vendors@livablecity.org to find out more).

Can I use amplified sound?

Sunday Streets allows amplified sound when possible and as long as the sound remains below 70 dB. Performers will need to complete an amplified sound agreement before the event, found in the quick links section.

Can I use a generator?

Generators are allowed but only if the generator is less than 5 gallons and the route can accommodate the space.

Do I need insurance to participate?

Insurance is required when an activation is physical in nature. The guidelines can be downloaded in the quick links section.

How much space do I get? Can I get more?

A 10′ x 10′ space is reserved for exhibitors, but Sunday Streets is open to larger footprints. Please specify your required space in your exhibitor application and we will confirm if we can accommodate your needs.

When will I receive my placement and logistics information?

You will receive your logistics and placement information two weeks prior to the event.

Does my registration include equipment? Can I get rental equipment from you?

Sunday Streets exhibitor and vendor registration DOES NOT INCLUDE equipment. Exhibitors and vendors CAN RENT equipment through Livable City for the event. Please reference the equipment fee schedule for more details and add equipment orders in your application.

Do you have electricity or water hookups?

Sunday Streets cannot provide electricity or water hookups.

Can I join with my small business that's on the route?

Of course! Local merchant participation is encouraged, and Sunday Streets is proven to drive customers to your business. Registration is free for small businesses with storefronts located directly on the car-free route. To sign up for your respective neighborhood, complete the exhibitor application above.