Pinnacle Pop!

JULY 25th, 2021

The due date is the June17th


@12:30 PM- 9:30 PM

Register for Vendors

Registration fee 

Food Vendors & Trucks: $60

Clothing/Product/Misc Vendors: $45

Thanks for submitting!

       bring with you:

  • Table covers (Tables will be provided along with chairs )
  • Any promo/ decor for your brand
  • Come to impress and sell

            More Info:

  • All Made to Order Food & Food Truck Vendors must have an annual health contract and be approved by fire department.
  • All Cosmetologist must be certified for their practice
  • Limit to only 2 additional people for your stand/truck
  • Must have a mask
  • Come on time to set up 
  • Any late cancellations after July 7th are non-refundable.
*Pay online only/PayPal via Pay Button*
 Also Accepted Methods:
 CashApp: $Queiman 
 Venmo: @PinnacleQueenC


  • Parking
  • Table
  • DJ
  • Photo Studio (photographer)

If you are interested in donating and learning more...

This event is being held in efforts to aid mental health awareness and a self care basket featuring products from vendors will be raffled with all proceeds going to the nonprofit To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA ).

Based on the inspiring story by Jamie Tworkowski, TWLOHA has been a champion movement in presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. This is an issue that so many are grappling with in response to the pandemic and has been an incredibly pressing matter in our country way before this. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery of those who need it most.

We encourage you to bring your friends and family out to support your community of local businesses and to learn more about crisis units and hotlines in your area that give support to those directly effected by declining mental health. There will also be copies of the original story passed out upon entry.

It’s a hard battle but you are not alone! We will continue to carry each other through dark times.

“The stars are always there but we miss them in the dirt and clouds. We miss them in the storms. Tell them to remember hope. We have hope.”

- Jamie Tworkowski

To learn more about TWLOHA and support their efforts, click here: