Lompoc Flower Festival
June 21 - June 25$4
Celebrating Lompoc Valley’s floral heritage, the 65th Annual Flower Festival will be held June 21-25, 2017 at Ryon Park in Lompoc, California.
Themed “Small Town, Big Heart” the Festival will feature carnival rides and games, arts and craft exhibitors, food booths and commercial vendors, musical entertainment, a flower parade and fun for the whole family!
Bring your lawn chair or blanket to relax in the lawn and enjoy all the festivities. Entertainment is free with festival admission ($4). Paid parking is available on site for a nominal fee. No pets permitted in the park during the festival.
Carnival Rides – All Five Days, pricing below
Food Booths & Commercial Vendors – All Five Days
Entertainment – All Five Days – see schedule for details
Opening Ceremonies – Wednesday at 6 pm
Flower Show – Friday thru Sunday, select hours
Arts & Craft Vendors – Friday thru Sunday
Parade – Saturday at 10 am
Wednesday: 1 pm – 9 pm
Thursday: 1 pm – 9 pm
Friday: 1 pm- 9:30 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 9:30 pm
Sunday: 9 am – 6 pm
Carnival Hours and Pricing:
Wednesday Noon – 11 pm
Thursday Noon – 11 pm
Friday Noon – Midnight
Saturday 10 am – Midnight
Sunday 10 am – 6 pm
One day unlimited ride wristbands are $20 each pre-sale & $30 on site. Ride coupons will also be available for purchase on site. 80 Coupons for $70 25 coupons for $23.and single coupons for $1 each. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased in Lompoc by June 20 at local grocery stores and banks, Lompoc Parks and Recreation office and the Festival office.
Saturday Parade Route:
The Lompoc Valley Flower Festival Parade takes place on Saturday, June 24, at 10 am in Old Town Lompoc. The parade departs from the corner of North “H” Street and East College then proceeds down “H” Street and Ocean Avenue.
Bands, floats, equestrian units, drill teams, and clowns are featured in the parade. All floats (designed and assembled by local organizations) must be constructed of flowers and/or natural materials, most of which have been grown in the Lompoc Valley. The parade is organized and operated locally.