Don’t Miss Out on 2020’s Sunflower Festivals

Chilliwack Sunflower Festival

Stepping into a whole field of these magnificent flowers is an otherworldly experience you’ll not want to miss, and with COVID restrictions in place, Vancouver’s local Sunflower festivals as sure to be more exclusive than ever.

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Don’t Miss Out on 2020’s Sunflower Festivals

Don’t miss this! Two amazing sunflower festivals in the Lower Mainland on until September 15

There’s something otherworldly about sunflowers, the tall and beautiful flowers that can grow to heights that tower over our heads. Aside from their undeniable beauty, they also make the perfect companion for your next profile picture!

Last year, the Lower Mainland hosted its first-ever Sunflower Festival in Chilliwack from the owners of the massively popular Tulip Festival.

This year, there is not only one but two sunflower festivals to choose from!

The Chilliwack Sunflower Festival is running again for an amazing afternoon in the country, just an hour+ drive away from Downtown Vancouver. Not to be outdone, there is also a new, simultaneous sunflower festival happening in Richmond, still spectacular but a little closer to the city.

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Don’t miss this! Two amazing sunflower festivals in the Lower Mainland on until September 15

Brand New Chilliwack Sunflower Festival Opens to the Public Late August

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If you’re looking for the perfect new profile picture or if you just really want to enjoy nature and surround yourself with beautiful sunflowers… we have exciting news for you!

A brand new sunflower festival is coming to the Fraser Valley this year, a short drive from Vancouver. Opening for the first time later this month, the Chilliwack Sunflower Festival will be run by the same organizers who created the massively popular Tulips of the Valley.

The first annual Sunflower Festival will be opening for public strolls beginning on August 22 at 41310 Yale Road in Chilliwack. Hopefully it won’t be forced to close like a Sunflower farm in Ontario that was overrun with massive crowds causing major traffic delays. With the experience of the Tulip Festival under their belts, it’s unlikely that something like that will happen here!

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Brand New Chilliwack Sunflower Festival Opens to the Public Late August