Celebrate Lompoc Valley's Flower Growing Heritage
June 22-25, 2023
The Festival features carnival rides and games, arts and craft exhibitors, food booths and commercial vendors, musical entertainment, and fun for the whole family!
Who doesn't love a festival?
Lompoc’s home-town tradition celebrates the valley’s agricultural heritage with floats, marching bands, equestiran units, drill teams, and more! All floats are designed and constructed by local organizations and feature flowers and/or natural materials.
Join thousands of spectators along the Parade route and celebrate Flower Festival weekend with us!
CELEBRATE WITH US!
2023 Summertime Fun & Friends
Celebrating Lompoc Valley’s flower growing heritage, the Annual Flower Festival will be held June 22-25, 2023 at Ryon Park in Lompoc, California.
The 2023 theme is “Country Road”.
The carnival, Arts and Crafts, and Commercial Vendors and Food Booths will be open all three days! Main stage entertainment with paid admission.
Visit the Lompoc Valley Festival Association for more information.
No pets permitted in the park during the festival.
Admission & Parking
Admission is $5, but free on Friday before 1pm, kids 12 and under are free all weekend, and Sunday all Mothers get in free in celebration of Mothers Day!
No 2022 parade, check back in 2023!
Pre-sale carnival unlimited ride wristbands are on sale now for $25 at the festival office at 414 W Ocean Ave. and participating locations.
Lompoc Valley Festival Association
Address: 2414 W. Ocean Ave.
City: Lompoc, CA 93436
Phone: (805) 735-8511
Come See the Lompoc Flower Fields & Wildflowers!
In town for the Flower Festival? Why not catch some of your favorite wildflowers blooming on your road trip! Wildflowers bloom around mid April each year and can be found on our lush rolling hills and usually seen from the roadside.
In the “Valley of Arts and Flowers”, visitors can see spectacular patches of colors from spring through fall in the farm fields of Lompoc Valley – Stock, Larkspur, Delphinium, Sweet Pea and Bells of Ireland along with other varieties are grown in abundance by local commercial flower growers.