Calling all Artists, Creatives, Crafters, Art-Activations, Makers, Entrepreneurs, Community Projects, Arts-Organizations, Nonprofits, & OTR Brick & Mortar businesses!


Season Vendor and August 11th Registration is Closed for 2019! 

(We are still accepting applications for single event registration.  Please see links below.)


Select an application below:

2019 Vendor Application – Artists, Artisans, Creatives, Entrepreneurs, & Makers

Food Vendor Application – Applicants must be pre-approved to apply!

Main Street Merchants Form  – Brick & Mortar merchants on Main St. & in OTR

Nonprofit Application – Organizations with 501c3 status


Applications for full season pricing closes on May 31st, 2019. One off event applications will be accepted up to two weeks prior to each event.

All final details regarding day-of information will be sent out the week of the event each month. Questions can be emailed to the Vendor Coordinator


Commercial Vendor, Food Vendor, unsure if you are eligible or any general questions,

please contact the Vendor Coordinator at


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Event Information

2019 Festival Dates:  June 9th, July 14th, August 11th, September 8th, October 13th

Time: 12 PM – 5 PM, October event 6 PM- 11PM

Second Sunday on Main is a FREE neighborhood street festival in Cincinnati’s historic neighborhood of Over-The-Rhine. This monthly celebration is produced by Main Street OTR in collaboration with the Over-The-Rhine Chamber of Commerce.

Each month from June to October, an estimated 3,000 visitors attend SSOM each month to explore Main Street’s 40+ participating shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes, and bars and more than 200 vendors.

This year Second Sunday on Main celebrates its 15th anniversary. With support from amazing local businesses and organizations, this terrific event continues to grow connect the OTR community each year. Second Sunday on Main is more than a street festival, it’s a community event that brings neighbors together. It’s a fun place to hang out with friends, a hub to meet your OTR neighbors,  a fun event for families to relax, platform for great local music, and an incubator for aspiring entrepreneurs to sell their goods.


Types of Vendors:  SSOM spans three blocks of Main Street, so there’s room for lots of vendors! Eligible vendors include: Artists, Creatives, Crafters, Arts-Organizations, Non-profits, & OTR Brick & Mortar businesses. Unsure if you are eligible? Please email us at

SSOM vendors offer a variety of goods, services, and experiences, including:

  • Fine art
  • Illustrations and paper goods
  • Vintage goods and antiques
  • Clothing, accessories, and jewelry
  • Plants, produce, and fresh flowers
  • Beauty, health and wellness products
  • Culinary Artists
  • Entrepreneur
  • Non-profits and Arts Organizations

SSOM also welcomes arts organizations, non-profits, and neighborhood groups to participate. Non-profits receive 40% off their vendor fee. Final details regarding day-of set up will be emailed the week of the Second Sunday event each month.

2019 Vendor Fee: 

$125 for the full season or $40 per event (10’x10′ booth)

Non-profits: $75 for the full season or $25 per event.

*Special Rate: October 13th, 2019 (night event during BLINK), $125 for a single event (included in full seasonal rate)

Food Vendors

Second Sunday on Main has limited space for food trucks and vendors, and will make decisions with regard to seniority, creativity, ties to the Over-the-Rhine community, and ability to commit to all five dates. Food vendors – those with food trucks, carts, or food prepared on site – will be charged a $300 fee to set up for the season.

Those vendors selling packaged goods, such as baked goods and jams, or fresh produce may apply as a normal vendor.

If interested in bringing your food truck or tented food business to Second Sunday on Main, please email

All Food Trucks and Mobile Food Vendors applications must be approved by SSOM via email.

**Second Sunday on Main is looking to focus on making itself a cultural festival that benefits both residents of the community and the merchants that make up it’s unique neighborhood. While we welcome ALL vendors to apply – we reserve the right to work towards curating what is in the best interest of the SSOM festival and the community it serves.**

For questions email us!