Spotlight on Special Events!
A special event occurs when retail sales are made by more than three sellers at a location other than their normal business location(s) and that occurs no more than three times in any calendar year.
Examples include, but are not limited to, craft fairs, art walks, festivals, holiday markets, antique shows, and garage/yard sales.
Farmers Markets and Flea Markets are generally NOT considered a special event since they occur at the same location more than three times.
Sellers at special events will need to obtain a special events license from the Department prior to this event. This license is FREE for vendors who already have a Colorado Sales Tax or Wholesale license.
All sellers participating in the event must collect the applicable state and state-administered local sales taxes due and remit the sales tax collected to the Department. NOTE: Sellers may elect to remit such taxes to the event organizer, if the organizer has obtained a special event license.
Your special event sales tax return is due on the 20th day of the month following the month in which the special event began.
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