Event Vendor Opportunities

The City of Greenville is looking for local restaurants and food trucks to participate in our premiere events. We accept full-service restaurants, specialty restaurants and food trucks.

Full-Service Restaurants are defined as brick and mortar businesses whose primary business is providing meals for immediate consumption primarily on premise.

Specialty Restaurants are defined as brick and mortar businesses whose primary business provides snacks, desserts, specialty drinks, etc. Patrons do not typically visit a specialty restaurant to consume a meal, but rather to accompany a meal or serve as a snack.

Food Trucks are defined as an enclosed motor vehicle equipped with facilities for preparing, cooking and selling various types of food products. Any food not prepared in the vehicle must be prepared in a DHEC approved kitchen. Food Truck Packet

Please note that the City oversees multiple events each year and vendor requirements and selection can vary for each event.

Scansource Reedy River Concerts, Fidelity Investments Moonlight Movies and Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive



Limited opportunities for local food truck vendors throughout the event season. Email jmcgee@greenvillesc.gov for more information. 

Crowd gathered in Falls Park to watch an outdoor movie

Wells Fargo Red, White & Blue
4th of July Festival


Vendor opportunities for local restaurants and food trucks.

Become a Red, White & Blue Food Vendor
Crowd gathered to hear band at Red, White and Blue Festival

BB&T Fall for Greenville



Vendor opportunities for local restaurants and food trucks. 

Become a Fall for Greenville Food Vendor




TD Saturday Market



Vendor opportunities are available for local (within 100 miles) farmers, food processers and crafters. Vendor applications are only available during February for the upcoming season.

Become a TD Saturday Market Vendor

Man cooking food at Fall for Greenville
Vendor selling produce at TD Saturday Market