The Five Points Festival brings together tastemakers, misfits, and rebels, with artists, makers, brands, and retailers who create or sell comics, vinyl and plastic toys, original art, resin, plush, blind boxes, graphic novels, indie comics, blanks, minis, kaiju, Japanese vinyl, posters, prints, and apparel. Wanna take part?
Join creators, brands, and retailers at the intersection between designer toys and comics at Five Points! We offer booths, half booths, and larger pavilions – depending on your need – and we’re happy to speak about how best to feature you at Five Points. Please note, though, Five Points is a curated experience, and we’re happy to speak, but you must be approved to take part. Apply now!
The Pin Yard is an area of Five Points Fest reserved for creators or companies who deal mainly in enamel pins or patches.
Pin Yard Applications are now being accepted. Please submit your application here
Artist Alley is an area of Five Points reserved for creators who hand draw or hand make art – whether in comic or toy form. Are you an individual who creates comics, toys, webcomics, or original art?
Artist alley applications for 2019 are now closed! Look out for 2020 in July.
Own a food truck, are you a chef, work at a brewery? We love craft food and beer, and we work with Food & Beverage exhibitors a little bit differently. Please send us a note to chat!
You can’t bring bootleg DVDs, you can’t come in with a tower of T-Shirts, and you can’t sell a wall of POPs at Five Points. We’ll talk to you more after you apply, but understand up front that Five Points isn’t a flea market, and we’re selective in what can be displayed and sold inside.
Please reach out to one of our sales reps to start a conversation!
Josh Kimberg (646-462-6278) or email [email protected]
Miranda O’Brien (917-374-9560) or email [email protected]
Sarah Booz (917-825-0605) [email protected]