Shopping is available by our amazing local and performer vendors at our fundraisers and festivals every year. Here are the vendors that are going to be at our festival this year. Most vendors can accept credit cards, but cash is your best bet.
Edmonton Burlesque Festival – Check out our raffles/auctions here, sign up for our mailing list, pick up a free sticker, buy tickets to our next event and purchase our branded merchandise such as T-Shirts, tote bags and Underwear. All proceeds go toward making our festival bigger and better! You will also find merch and photos from the festival performers.
Calamity Chang – Hand selected, made, and rhinestoned by Calamity for the glamour-craving showgirl inside you. Made with rich, full ostrich feathers of all colors and varying metal caps and rhinestones, these chandelier earrings are hugely popular. Each pair is unique and there are no duplicates.
Edmonton Burlesque Centre – Find out information about classes and workshops offered at Edmonton’s only full burlesque studio. Lots of merchandise available to get you started on your burlesque hobby or career.
Fait Avec – Flower hair clips, pasties, cosmetic glitter, retro hair wraps by Vancouver’s Faye Havoc.
Parasol Designs Quality handmade suspenders, bowties and mittens inspired by Japanese streetwear and gothic lolita.
Pixie Glassworks – Beautifully made hand blown glass aromatherapy pendants and gifts.
Rhinestone Alliance – Fabulous retro styled sunglasses embellished with rescued vintage jewelry and crystals. You’ll also find unique vintage housewares and treasures.
Showpony Merch – Wildly popular Tits & Teeth and Tits & Taco t-shirts and crop tops by Vancouver’s Ariel Helvetica.
Sweet Carousel Corsetry – Handmade items by Elise Scarytale. You’ll find sleep masks, ornaments, lingerie, corsets, men’s briefs and jockstraps, Amber Ray hair flowers and nipple pasties. Featuring Beau Creep embellished bow ties and sock garters.
Vertigo Go – Dresses and separates by Nicole A Go Go with a nod to the stylish and colourful sixties using a mixture of vintage and new materials. Items made with vintage fabric are truly a few of a kind!