Wooden Pictures, Carvings, Jewelry, Wooden boxes and Marshmallow Bows
Hand Made Jewelry and accessories
Our most talented Fortune Teller!
Games, Snoods, Trinkets & Wire Trees
Hand Tooled Leather Goods & Belts
Dragons, pendulums, incense, fairies & other delightful items along with Lilla Rose hair pieces. (Tanning, vape and smoke accessories available at the shop in Show Low.
Fire Dragon Treasures
Beautiful sculptures including ones that can be worn! Check out their dragon eggs!
Treasures from all the Elven realms, jewelry, staffs, ears and immerse yourself in the chronicles of 5 sister elves and their struggle against evil.
An eclectic mix of traditional and Renaissance treats!
Bounce houses, giant slides, concession rentals and so much more!
Wish to sell your goods, wares, or artistic services in the shire? Download the forms that apply to what you wish vend plus the town permit application and follow the directions! We will consider your application upon receipt and with any luck, you'll be bringing a little more mayhem to the shire faire! (All information goes directly to the executive producers of Medieval Mayhem and will only be used to contact you in regards to becoming a vendor. Please complete all forms. Partial applications will not be considered.)
** Other requirements for non-service vendors: **
*Please note that an Arizona TPT (sales tax license is required for ALL retail and food vendors). Additionally, ALL food vendors must have a permit from Navajo county. These are the responsibility of the applicant. DO NOT submit these forms to Medieval Mayhem.
Blade Smith Extrodinaire! As seen on Forged in Fire and 2018 Forged in Fire Knife or Death - Michael Allenson!
Custom works of art made from a multitude of media including wood, leather, chain maile and stained glass to name a few!
DO NOT SEND PINETOP-LAKESIDE APPLICATION TO THE TOWN. SEND IT TO US.
We also like to hold nightly Pot Lucks at the stage each nigh for after hours fun
On Friday we hold our "Di Vinci" Day. This is an education day for kids. We hand out "maps" with vendors and non-profit names listed on it. The kids need to go to each booth listed and get the map marked. They then turn those in at our gate and receive pirate coins. We ask two things from our vendors, first that they teach something to the kids about life in our time period. This is usually done by telling them how your products were made back in the day. Second, we ask that vendors provide and inexpensive give away so that kids can "buy" something with their pirate coins. We find that doing this makes for longer stays in these booths.