Denton Redbud Festival
The award-winning Denton Redbud Festival is Denton’s Official Arbor Day celebration – promoting community beautification and Denton pride since 1994. The Denton Redbud Festival features dozens of vendors with tree and plant sales, gardening supplies, household items and local/handmade products, along with family-friendly activities and live, local music.
The Redbud Festival traces its roots back to an annual Texas Woman’s University Festival that was held from the 1930s until 1981 to celebrate the school’s beautification and tree planting efforts. In 1994, Keep Denton Beautiful gave the festival new life in honor of Denton’s designation as the “Redbud Capital of Texas.”
“To engage our community in creating a clean and beautiful Denton.”
For nearly three decades, Keep Denton Beautiful has partnered with Denton neighborhoods, businesses, community groups, and families to achieve their vision of a clean, beautiful, vibrant city.
Using the Keep America Beautiful model of community engagement, KDB works directly with Dentonites to inspire positive change, and provide residents the resources they need to leave a lasting mark on the beauty, health, and quality of life in their city.
Schedule of Events
Please thoroughly read the Official Vendor Guidelines, then choose the appropriate link to fill out an application.
Vendor space for the Denton Redbud Festival starts at $125 for a single booth space, and prices are structured depending on location and booth size. Space is limited, so please apply early!
*Note that only vendors who offer home and garden-related goods and/or services will be considered for exhibitor space at the Denton Redbud Festival. Vendors from multi-level sales companies such as Scentsy and Tupperware are not eligible for participation. See below for an exhaustive list of accepted exhibitor categories. All applications are subject to review and must be approved by Keep Denton Beautiful, Inc. (KDB). Please contact KDB directly with any questions regarding vendor eligibility.
ACCEPTED VENDOR CATEGORIES
Educational opportunities for gardening, home improvement and environmental sciences.
Renewable energy sources for home and garden, such as solar and wind power.
Food and Agriculture
Local food products, urban farming, and community supported agriculture.
Gardening and Landscaping
Native plant sales; water-saving or Texas-smart landscaping resources; chemical-free gardening techniques; certified arborist services.
Green Building and Remodeling
Green design, energy-efficient/green remodeling techniques, and environmentally friendly building products.
Handmade and Local
Denton-specific products; handmade products for home and garden.
Products or services for the home that feature natural, low-impact ingredients and methods; encourage reduction of household waste; or improve home energy efficiency.
Products and information that facilitate recycling, composting, reuse, or other waste reduction efforts.
Water-saving irrigation; energy-efficient appliances.