The June C2 event will take place June 12th-14th at Harpos in Detroit Michigan! (14238 Harper Ave | Detroit, MI 48213)
Counter Culture is attitudes and beliefs that challenge and oppose society “norms”. This three-day expo will have a spectrum of live performances and will represent large and diverse communities, that most of the time would never have a chance to interact.
All booths will be indoor and secure. Vendors Should Bring additional lighting (Floor/Table Lamps) and Extension Cords as the Venue has Dim lighting. Tickets will be emailed to you electronically via the ticketing service EventBrite (please print them out or have a smart phone available upon arrival) and these will be exchanged for wristbands on-site during vendor set-up/registration on June 11th or 12th.
Day 1 (Fri, June 12th )
Noon-4pm – Vendor Setup/Move In
Public: 4pm to 2am – Event including Musical Performances
Day 2 (Sat, June 13th)
Noon – 2pm – Vendor Setup/Move In
Public: 2pm to 2am – Event including Musical Performances
Day 3 (Sun, June 14th)
10:00 am to Noon – Vendor Setup/Move In
Public: Noon to 6:00 pm – Event including Musical Performances
10am to 12noon – Vendor Setup/Move In
Public: 12pm to 9pm – Vending, Speaking, HIGH FIVE Award Ceremony
Rules and Regulations
Sale or use of medical marijuana in any form is prohibited on site. For Details Concerning the Offsite location please email us at email@example.com
No skateboarding/live demonstrations in walk ways
C2 is not responsible for the acts of any vendor or individual who do not comply with State laws
Absolutely NO BANNERS and NO STICKERS will be allowed outside of your designated booth space without purchase
Please leave your booth as you found it nothing should be left behind
Vendor wristbands will operate in a will-call type fashion. As indicated on the booth registration form, you must designate 2 people from your company (names and phone #s) to be responsible for picking up the wristbands on-site in exchange for the emailed tickets. Only 1 of the 2 people actually need to show up.
Extra weekend tickets cost $30 each
WHO NEEDS A SALES TAX LICENSE?
Individuals or businesses that sell tangible personal property to the final consumer need a sales tax license. (If individuals or businesses vend at more than two events per fiscal year)
HOW DO I OBTAIN A SALES TAX LICENSE?
You may obtain a Michigan sales tax license by completing Form 518, Registration for Michigan Taxes. Additional registration information for the application process can be found by visiting the Michigan Registration Web page.