Do you take talent submissions?
We do not currently have a submission process for booking talent, including music acts, comedians, speakers, etc.
Who do I contact if I want to perform at the festival?
If you’re an active musician or band, you’re invited to add your information to our database of artists here. This is how we keep track of new music projects, new albums, and so on.
Please note we are not able to take artist submissions or respond to every inquiry, but will be in touch if there is an opportunity available.
Who do I contact if I want to speak at the festival?
If you have a story or project you’d like to share on the Maha stage, or if you represent a speaker, you’re invited to add your information to our database here.
Please note we are not able to take speaker submissions or respond to every inquiry, but will be in touch if there is an opportunity available.
Do you accept applications for food, retail, or other kinds of vendors?
We do not have an application at this time. However, you can add your information to our database of interested partners here, and we will get in touch if a matching opportunity comes up.
Can I host a booth at the festival?
There is not a booth application process at this time. If you are interested in becoming a Maha sponsor, please get in touch.
How can I get a press or photo pass?
The press/photo pass application opens here every spring.
I’m a member of the press and would like to set up an interview with someone at Maha.
Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’d like to learn more about becoming a sponsor.
Great! Please share a few details with us here, and we’ll be in touch with additional information.
Are you hiring?
Please check our About page for any available employment opportunities.
Where can I eat at the festival?
SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE AKSARBEN VILLAGE-AREA EATERY
Less than a minute walk from the festival:
Jones Bros. Cupcakes
Gold Mountain Restaurant
Within 2-10 minutes walking distance:
Cold Stone Creamery & Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Inner Rail Food Hall
Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe
Ponzu Sushi & Grill
- This year only, there will not be food trucks inside the festival.
- Instead, there will be four new exit-only gates along 67th Street, opening right at the doorstep of several eateries — some even offering special Maha menus. Check out the Maha map to locate these exit gates.
- Like past years, for important safety reasons, outside food and drink is not allowed to be brought in to the festival gates.
- Look for the picnic tables just outside the Maha main entrance near 67th and Frances, complete with yard games all day and live music at dinnertime. It’s a whole vibe.
- Inside Maha, VIP PLUS features complimentary food from Le Bouillon from 5-8 p.m. each day (included with your VIP PLUS ticket). Google VIP features complimentary food from Via Farina from 5-8 p.m. each day (included with your Google VIP or VIP PLUS ticket). Gluten-free and vegan items are available for these ticket holders upon request; no need to arrange in advance, just ask at the service line.
I lost or found something at Maha Festival.
If you find something at the festival like a phone, wallet, jewelry, credit card, ID, etc., please take a minute to turn it in at Guest Services, located within the festival grounds at 67th and Mercy St.
If you lost something during the festival, head to Guest Services.
After the festival, all items turned in to the Maha Lost & Found will be at the Maha HQ in downtown Omaha. Please schedule a time to meet up with a member of our team. You can email us at email@example.com or text/call our Google Voice number, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can: 402.915.0515.
I have a question not listed here. How do I get in touch?
The fastest way is to use this form or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions sent via social media comments and DMs may take longer to get a response.