Dates: Saturday and Sunday, September 21st and 22nd , 20132
Times: Saturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm, Sunday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Location: Downtown Durham, Triangle Area, North Carolina
Presenter: Durham Arts Council, www.durhamarts.org
Frequently Asked Questions
Is CenterFest still located in Downtown Durham?
Yes, CenterFest will be located in the downtown Durham loop on Main and Chapel Hill Streets in the Five Points and CCB Plaza areas.
How much does it cost?
The event is free, but we have a suggested donation of $5.00 at the gates.
Can I bring my dog, cat, ferret, etc?
While we understand that your pet may be very well behaved, the festival presents a variety of smells, sounds and motion that may startle an animal and provoke a reaction. We are sorry, but we no longer allow pets at CenterFest. Exceptions are made only for guide dogs in service to individuals with special needs.
Where is the closest ATM machine?
ATMs will be available on the festival site this year.
Will I be able to maneuver in a wheelchair?
The festival site is completely accessible. If you have other special needs, please contact the Durham Arts Council in advance of the festival to ensure your needs will be met.
Are there kids’ activities at CenterFest?
We have an array of activities to keep the little ones happy. There’s more about this on the Kids section.
Can you suggest a hotel or other things to do while in town?
For information on Durham, including accommodations, visit Durham Convention & Visitors’ Bureau. http://www.durham-nc.com/
Can I still get a booth at CenterFest 2013?
CenterFest Visual Artist Applications available until May 31st 2013 at www.zapplications.com.
Food Vendor, Performing Artist, Non-Profit/Civic Group Applications are available on the CenterFest website applications page.
Can I receive community service hours for volunteering and can I volunteer with my friends?
We need you and your friends to volunteer and you will receive a document verifying your volunteer hours to give to your teacher. Click here to learn about volunteering.
Who is coordinating CenterFest this year?
The Durham Arts Council produces and presents CenterFest each year with the assistance of regional event producers and volunteers.