Druid City Arts Festival (DCAF), an interactive regional music and arts event, will be held on March 27, 2010, in the City Fest Lot of downtown Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  Beginning at 3pm, selected bands will play all day and into the night with partnerships from local nightlife venues. Artists will have an opportunity to display and sell their work throughout the festival. The festival is endorsed by the State of Alabama board of tourism and sponsored in part by the City of Tuscaloosa and Creative Campus of the University of Alabama.  

DCAF aims to highlight artists within Tuscaloosa and the surrounding area through a large, interactive community event. The festival seeks to encourage community members to embrace diversity within Tuscaloosa by finding the common bonds that inherently exist within the enjoyment of the arts. 

What are we looking for?
We are looking for ALL local and regional artists who have an interest in displaying and selling their http://gobol.org/ crafts at the festival. We have no criteria in terms of genre, style, medium, etc. All student artists (not UA specific) can register for a FREE booth at the event. Non-Student Artists are asked to register and pay $50 for their booth space.

The priority deadline to register is Saturday March 20, 2010


Registration is required to ensure space for the event and a badge for the day.  We will then contact you with information regarding payment and logistics.

 DCAF provides the 10X10 area in which you may set up your display. We will not provide tables, tents, etc. That responsibility falls to the participating artists.

Creative Campus will obtain a transient vendors’ license acquired specifically to allow DCAF participants the ability to sell their products.

Why should you be a part of it?
- Participate in the first ever Druid City Arts Festival
- Create valuable ties and connections with other local musicians and artists in the area
- Share your talent with your community
- Support an important cause…Proceeds from DCAF will go to support the Arts Council of Tuscaloosa’s Grant program!