Applications from Performers, Vendors, Non-profit groups, Public Agencies, Art/Craft, Health/Fitness, & Local Businesses for booth spaces will be accepted through Thursday, October 31, 2022
VENDOR SPACE - Cost of 10X10 raw space:
$100 Commercial Vendors (Food or Retail)
$50 for approved Non-Profit Community Groups, Public Agencies, etc.
$25 for HATTAF (member/family)
FREE Performers just fill out an application.
All attendees, performers and vendors register at
Originated by High Chief Priest Sola Atanda PhD, in 2001, Sacramento Water Festival has been observed annually at the “DISCOVERY PARK” in Sacramento, California. Now in it's 21st year, the festival continues to educate people about the importance of water in our lives and the similar views held about water and the need to protect and conserve this precious element, in all cultures of the world.
The 2022 Sacramento Water Festival is an international festival which has as its theme "Better Use of Water Means Better Health". The Festival will feature special sessions with guardians of Freshwater in Traditional societies, demonstrations, visual arts, and performances that will raise awareness about the role of water on earth and our responsibility as dwellers of the land.
NOTE: TABLES, CHAIRS AND CANOPIES WILL NOT BE PROVIDED. YOU MAY BRING YOUR OWN.
PAYMENT SHOULD BE MADE ONLINE THROUGH EVENTBRITE.
SET UP BEGINS BY 10:00 AM.
For questions contact Dr. Flora M. White-Cooper at (800)-267-2836 or
Beside I-5 in downtown Sacramento where the American River meets the Sacramento River.
From I-5 take the Richards Blvd. off- ramp then go West to get to the South entrance
of the Park or follow the Garden Highway exit East from I-5 to find the North entrance.
*Annual Sacramento Water Festival *
Saturday, November 5, 2022
12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
(Where the Twin Rivers meet)
Science tells us that 97% of the water on earth is saltwater located in the Ocean. Of the reservoirs of freshwater on Earth, only 0.003 percent is fit to drink. It's this body of water that we must be careful to preserve for people and other living things. Around 80 percent of global fish stocks are fully or overexploited; nutrient and plastic pollution continues to increase, and only around four percent of the ocean is protected. We face new challenges as our population and needs grow. For life, drinking water is essential, but clean water is also essential in other ways. We need more water for sanitation, to maintain health, we need it for our industries to sustain modern practices, and we need to allow natural environments to have some if we want these environments and their inhabitants to remain. We often rely on these inhabitants for food. We must join together to make sure that present and future generations have clean fresh water as our population and needs grow. We all must be invested in making sure that present and future generations have clean fresh water. The United Nations have declared 2018-2028 the International Decade for Action on Water for Sustainable Development. Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) aims to ensure the availability and sustainable management of water for all by 2030.
For information about Performance contact Maia Ifalami at 916-821-6466