market & FOOD

A wide arrange of fair products


We have high standards when it comes to our what is being sold at our markets

Everything inside the area “Urkults Fair Market” meet Urkults requirements so that you as a consumer can be sure that the product you buy is produced in a fair and environmentally conscious way.

We strive to produce a festival that echoes solidarity with people and environment. We do this by making sure that as far as possible all the stalls inside the festival area, as well as along the street outside, is selling organic, locally farmed and ethically produced products. Urkult takes into account when organizing the festival how to best create a festival while leaving as small of a carbon footprint as possible. It is of course a challenge at a place where so many people gather at the same time. That is why we’d like to remind our visitors that we couldn’t do it without you. And that we are deeply grateful for the respect our visitors show these surroundings during the festival.


Photo Marie Hammarsten

Do you have a product you want to sell at our market? Are your products or crafts produced fairly? Or do you have something else exciting that could fit at our market? If you want to participate with your products they must be organically and fairly produced. We still have openings at our market and you can register your interest by clicking at the link below:


Photo Felicia Jiborn


Everything is organic inside the festival area

High quality produce gives high quality food. To sell food inside the festival area we demand that the food vendors use organic produce. If needed we help them get in contact with local farmers to increase the amount of locally farmed products. This in turn results in fewer and shorter transports and promotes a flourishing countryside.

We have been selling our own pancakes inside the festival area since 2003 and have done so to give all of the children that visit us an option on the menu that they most likely recognize and love.


Photo Felicia Jiborn

With support from:

Swedish Arts Council