Here are our vendors from last year's Holler Fest.
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Cave + Canopy

A “treen”(literally “of a tree”) is a “small handmade functional household object made of wood.” Holler Fest-themed Travel Treens from Cave + Canopy (Ashleh Worden and Cale Stoker) will be available at the Merch tent. Made from wood from Frog Holler Farm and nestled into decorative felt pouches, take them with you whenever you eat out - no more plastic forks!

Wooden Spoon Carving demo with Cale Stoker: Saturday, 3 PM, at the Art Tent.

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Dougs Mugs

Doug Worthington, of Dougs Mugs, is a Chelsea-based artisan and long-time fan and supporter of Holler Fest. Doug originally conceived of a Holler Fest mug and since 2015 has created a handsome Holler Mug coordinated with that year's logo and t-shirt design. Mugs are available at the Merch Tent, and Doug contributes a portion of the sales to Holler Fest!

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Sweetgrass Ties and Dyes

Janet McFarland covers the Michigan festival circuit with her gorgeous tapestries,T-shirts, and one of a kind festival clothing. All hand tied and dyed.


Tiani Body Care

Violet Raterman, of Tiani Body Care, grew up on a local farm, received a degree in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, and put it all together to create an original plant-based, locally-sourced line of body care products. And Violet's husband, Nick, is one of the Holler Fest cooks! Find Violet's products in the Merch tent - labelled with our logo for Holler Fest!

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Divine Pine Studios

Abby and Phil Dawson have created Divine Pine Studios where they make pottery and paintings, many with designs reflecting the artists’ connection to the earth and the beautiful setting where they live and create. See their wares at the Art Tent.

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Kendra McKimmy

Kendra McKimmy hails from northwest Michigan and brings her skills as a ceramicist, jeweler and sculptor to create  colorful and whimsical jewelry and wall art. Kendra is a long time presenter at Blissfest and Wheatland; she joins Holler Fest for the first time this year! 


MacB Woodworking

Jim MacBain combines his love of woodworking with a 42-year meditation practice to craft beautiful hardwood benches that will support practitioners with stability and ease. Try out Jim's benches at the early morning Meditation in the Cabin or learn more at the Merch Tent.

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Argil Pottery

Argil Pottery brings shakers, Udu drums, Xuns (Chinese flutes) and more unique pottery to festivals throughout Michigan. And this year to Holler Fest!


Free Store

Drop off your previously loved clothing or household items - find some new treasures. Please bring only items that are in good shape - none that are broken, ripped, badly stained, or need missing parts.

Watch for the Free Store Fashion show during Holler Fest!