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African American festival "positively dover"
Saturday June ___ 2024
at the Legislative Mall

Tom Carper, U.S Senator, Reuben Salters, ICCL Founder & Dr. Joe Amoako.JPG

2024 Vendor Registration is now CLOSED

Mail in Registration Form:

submit documents to

Registrations can be made online or in person.

All vendors must sign and submit:

After completing ALL steps for the registration process, an email will be sent to you confirming your completed registration status with booth location and more information.

Please allow 3-5 days for processing

1. Fill out registration


2. Read, sign and submit Vendor Rules and Guidelines form

3. Submit applicable paperwork. Business license and/or TFE 

4. Pay vending fee

If you do not complete all steps you will not be registered for the event. 

Pay Now!

Make sure to follow steps 1 through 4

- Vendor Rules and Guidelines

   Downloadable link

-Link to DE Business License

-Link to TFE

Contact us with any questions


call: 302-883-2180

Mail to ICCL, 39 S. West Street, Dover DE 19904

Registrations close June 16th

There will be no onsite registrations

Booth layout

The "Positively Dover" Festival is an African American festival; Since the founding of the Festival in 1991, it has become a signature event for the City of Dover and the State of Delaware.  It is held annually on the fourth Saturday in June, on the Legislative Mall.

This traditional event is held at Legislative Mall on the Capital Complex in Downtown Dover. Outstanding and fascinating by any standards, “Positively Dover" traces it’s beginning to a conversation between The Honorable Donald Blakey, Delaware State Legislative Representative from the 34th District and Reuben Salters, Councilman 4th District, City of Dover. This event is an excellent meeting place for all ethnic groups to exchange cultural and artistic experiences and create a more diversified, tolerant and respectful attitude toward one another. The Festival offers the opportunity for visitors to explore the African and African American culture through vendor exhibits, and high level artistic entertainment in an atmosphere reflecting modern day African Outdoors Marketplaces.

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