The 2017 Dirty Kanza

will be held on Saturday, June 3rd


Riders will launch from the front of the Granada Theatre at 6 am that morning. Join us for a day of activities, food vendors, and more through out the day! Finish Line Party vendors will be set up by 11 am that day and will be open for business until 11 pm. All cycling vendors must go through Dirty Kanza Productions to reserve a booth.

If you are interested in being a vendor at this year’s party, please note that set up begins at 9:30 and you must be complete by 11 am. All items at your booth must be family friendly- no weapons or products that would be deemed culturally insensitive. You can download the form and send it in with your registration payment here: 2017 DK Vendor Form.

This year, the 600 Block of Commercial Street will be transformed into a KIDS ZONE! We are looking for vendors and organizations to participate with kid themed booths or activities. There is no charge to be in this block. If you are interested in being in the KIDS ZONE please complete this form: 2017 DK kids zone.

Scroll to the bottom of this page for a list of the DK Block Party Vendors.

You are also able to register for the beer garden block party and pay online with the form below:

Dirty Kanza Finish Line Party Online Registration & Payment

  • We will contact you if your space requirement cannot be provided.
  • Price: $30.00
  • Price: $40.00
  • Specifications: 110 GFI Max. If you don't need electricity, please select "not needed."
  • $0.00

DK Block Party Vendors:

700 & 800 Block:

Thrill’s Kettle Corn

Premier Shaved Ice

Wok Hei Noodle House

Riddle’s Jewelry

Greg Gauthier: Sirloin Steak Tips

The Urban Collaborative: presentation of the draft Joint Comprehensive Plan for Emporia & Lyon County

Vektek LLC

Lil Red Caboose: Funnel Cakes

Crosswinds Counseling

Lori Tovar: Cookies & Ice Cream

Bethel Baptist Church: BBQ

St. Catherine Church: Mexican Food

Beard Team KS: shirts, stickers, etc.

Maud’s Tattoo Company: shirts, stickers, etc.

Brian Mosiman: Hot Dogs & Vegan Tacos

Mary Kay: Jessica Carlson

Living Is So Big: Mugs, Candles, Wristbands

Sister Sno Cones

Nicolas Dikin: Hand Blown Glass Art

Rolling Pin Food Truck: Homemade Pies

Plexus Worldwide: Leanna Reilly

Victor Delalba: Fruit & Fruit Drinks

Goddess Dresses: Tawny Decker

Florentino Ocampo: Tacos & Burritos

LuLa Roe: Lori Hohimer

Travis Hitt

Rosa Robler: Beef & Fish Tacos

Amanda Henson: Metalsmithing & Hand Engraved Jewelry

Alberto Hernandez: Tacos

Kelly Weatherhead

Mary Gumfory: Hand Painted wood signs, Homemade Jellies & Handmade Jewelry

LipSense/SeneGence: Jackie Holmes & Amanda Mason

Angelitas Fashion: Toys

Jessica Hopkins: Pulled Pork

Saucy Lady BBQ

Flora Rangel: Tacos, Enchiladas, Quesadillas

Elizabeth De La Luz

Sunrise Free Will Baptist: Cotton Candy & Sloppy Joes

Lazy Butt BBQ

Gina Robbins: Magnetic Jewelry

Team Schnak Strong: Type 1 Diabetes Awareness

Cherie Crisp: Relay for Life

Sean Otto: Homemade Buns & Sliders

Kelly Wade: Financial Advice

TrustPoint Insurance

Freedom Fest

Angelita Jackson: BBQ

KJ’s Rainbow Snow

Sherri Fusaro: PUREhaven Essentials

Jennifer Owens: Advocare

Eclectic Bikes

Emporia PD/Safe Kids Emporia: Bike Helmets & Cowbells

Alicia Uhl

Nancy Posadas: nachos, fruit cups, etc.

Pizza Hut

Diverse Endeavors

Snap Jewelry

Amy Heath

Nancy Cervantes

Jennifer Volentir

Travis Brunmer

600 Block Kid’s Zone:

Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland

Rosa Robler: Bounce house

Cradle to Career Literacy Center: Kids Car Wash & Lemonade Stand

Kona Ice

Koety Williams: Bounce house

Young Living Essential Oils: Sarah Moberly

Emporia Arts Center: Face painting

Cub Scout Pack 45: Jerky sticks

Flint Hills Christian Church

Kansas Free for Arts

Nick Barnhart

L&L Pets

Ronda Cockrell

Ofelia Cervantes

For questions concerning the race itself, please visit the DK website at