The event will continue its tradition of providing as secure of an event as possible. Please take extra precautions in the placement of your merchandise and cash to guard against the possibility of theft. Applicant is responsible for their own property, merchandise and money, and under no circumstances will Taikai Corporation, the space the event is hosted at nor its personnel be liable for loss or damage (including but not limited to) merchandise, equipment, or revenue.
Before unloading and setting up your merchandise, applicant MUST check in with the Event Coordinator. At that time, badges and booths will be issued and then applicants may unload. Time are subject to change at any time, and applicant will be notified of changes. You MUST check in with the Event Coordinator thirty minutes before the event starts, failure to do so will lead to forfeiture of your booth for this event, and lose your priority for next year.
In recent years, there has been a marked increase in the number of minors and families attending our events. We ask that artists and vendors, particularly those with adult merchandise, please keep this in mind when setting up. The acceptability of adult displays is at the sole discretion of the Event Coordinator; failure to comply with warnings may result in removal from the event, the revocation of artist or vendor status and forfeiture of booth rental fees. In addition, all artists and vendors selling adult material must ID purchasers to verify they are 18 or older.Commissioned artwork of an adult nature must be conducted in a discrete manner. Solicitations of minors for material that is adult in nature is strictly prohibited.Taikai Corporation has no tolerance policy regarding the sale of adult material to minors. Failure to comply with the Taikai Corporation Adult Materials Policy may result in removal from the event and forfeiture of all application fees.
Applicant noise is to be kept to a minimum so as not to interfere with other artists or vendors and to permit attendees to hear artists/vendors and ask questions. All noise rules are subject to enforcement at the event's discretion.• No merchandise hawking with telling especially using cupped hands or bullhorns.• TV's can be audible but must not interfere with neighboring artists or vendors.• Music can be audible but must not interfere with neighboring artists or vendors. The applicant must/have the legal right to do so. Applicant assumes all responsibility for acquiring the license to play the music at their booth.
3. Items which may NOT be sold at the events include (but are not limited to).
• "Knockoff" or bootleg merchandise. • "Grey Market" merchandise.• Any posters, idol cards, ect., which read "Kodak", "Fuji", ect. on the back.• Any figures or model kits manufactured by "LWDragon", "GHD", "Bendi" or "Phantom".• Unlicensed reproductions of any products actually released by a Japanese or American company.• Any items which depict, replicate or portray characters or designs protected under intellectual property rights law, and are manufactured without proper license. This includes but is not limited to figures, posters, wall scrolls, costumes, jewelry, key chains, accessories, prop or live.• Steel weapons.• Firearms, alcohol, or any illegal substances.• Food and drink products.
** Artists may only sell their own work. Artists will not sell commercial merchandise at their table. If you would like to sell a commercial item, please select vendor on this application
** The Event Coordinator has final say over whether any specific item is allowed to be sold at the event, and reserve the right to deny any item from being sold at the event for any reason. We request that you do not bring any such merchandise to the event.
I further agree to investigate, handle, respond to, provide defend any such claims, ect., at his/her sole exspense and agrees to bear all other costs and expenses related thereto, even if it (claims, ect.) is groundless, false or fraudulent.