The Market

Urkult is striving to produce a festival that speaks for solidarity, people and the nature. That means that as far as it's possible the market-street inside the festival area and on the street outside is selling ecologically, locally produced and ethically product range. For us at Urkult it is very important to create a festival that leaves as few negative carbon footprints as possible. It is a challenge in a place where so many people are at the same time, and we couldn't do it without you. We need you with us in order to attain this, because together we can make it happen. We do not allow any goods that can seriously harm any humans, animals or the nature.

This year's market offer 2017!

The market is now fully booked, welcome next year 2018 with application!
Market stalls on the street (o
utside festival area) are divided in sections of 3 metres to a cost of 2 200 SEK, use of electricity is optional to an additional costs of 550 SEK. One festival ticket is included in the price. Renting a market stall inside the festival area costs 2 750 SEK, electricity and two festival tickets are included. Camp-site is not included in any of the deals.

The food

From the food stalls inside the festival area we demand that their goods are ecological. We also help them get in touch with local producers in order to get as much locally produced food as possible, Ecological food is produced without pesticides, this keeps the waters and the ground cleaner. By using local farmers the transportation gets shorter and we help promoting a living countryside in Norrland!

Do you want to sell food at Urkult? Mail to: mat[at]

This years food range

We have an ambition to have as many societies as possible selling food.
Urkult has it's own society and is selling pancakes at the festival since 2003. It's very popular for both kids and adults.
Apart from that Skogsnäs cultural society is selling falafel in pita bread, (vegan) and meatballs with mash.
The Vegan Kitchen (Veganköket) has a completely vegan menu, and glutten free alternatives. Both Skogsnäs and Veganköket are popular contributors since many years.
For meat eaters we have a stall that have both meat and fish with condiments on their menu.
And a pizza place that sells both pizzas and wraps for some years now.
And we will have a soup stall that offers sopu and bread, sandwiches, coffee and tea.
New for this year is also the social company Kramfors Women's Stroke, which sells vegetarian musty Eritrean stews, lactose-free, milk-free. Egg free and free from wheat.