Herbal Affair & Festival

HA Logo33rd Annual Sand Springs Herbal Affair

Plans are underway for the Sand Springs Herbal Affair in downtown Sand Springs.
The event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 16th from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.   Shop the many vendors on hand who will be offering herbs, perennials, natives and heirloom plants and more.  Here you can find unique arts & crafts, herbal products, gardening supplies & décor while enjoying LIVE music and great food!


Parking?  Try riding the FREE shuttle service (8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.) by parking at Charles Page High School (500 N. Adams Road) and enjoy the short ride into our historic downtown Triangle District!  You can buy products in the event and carry them with you on the shuttle.   Other parking is on-street near downtown.

Remember, for ALL vendors you must fall into one of these four (4) categories: 

Grower/Producer Vendor- farmer/ rancher/gardener that grows/raises 100% of the fruit, vegetable, herb, nut, grain, meat, fiber, dairy, egg, honey, plants and flowers on their own farm.

Prepared Food Vendor- a licensed, prepared food handler who prepares 100% of the food items they sell. Food trucks do NOT fall into this category (see Food Truck Vendor below). 

Craft Vendor- a crafts person who produces the finished craft items (such as body care, pottery, candles, baskets, garden related items, etc.) they sell.  Direct sales companies such as Amway, Avon, Arbonne, Scentsy, etc. to not meet this criterion.

Food Truck Vendor-  Commercial food trucks, selling food on-site.  Most need to be self-contained power; water and any waste.

As a downtown festival, spaces are always in demand and typically become sold out.  Each "booth" is a 10' x 10' bare curb space within the roadway.  Vendors can request from 1 to up to 3 (10' x 30') consecutive booth spaces.  We will try to accommodate each request, but space can be limited!

What began in 1989 as a small downtown street sale has grown to attract over 25,000 people and spurred other communities to host similar events. However, the Sand Springs Herbal Affair & Festival remains the “queen” of herbal festivals as the largest and most respected in the state. 

For additional inquiries contact HerbalAffair@sandspringsok.org