Watch our store -- we will be featuring various items on sale for limited periods of time.
Look under multimedia on our site to see the winners and some of the beautiful photos submitted during the North Coast Credit Union 2018 photo contest.
David Johnson will be honored at an open house at the festival office on May 15 from noon to 5. Please stop by and wish him well.
We need some info from you, our tulip fans. The info on the survey will help us with fundraising efforts in 2019.
Tulip Fans -- you will have to come and visit in 2019. The tulips in Skagit Valley are done blooming for the year.
Tulip are blooming and fans are all taking beautiful pictures. We invite you to enter yours into our photo contest.
Come and join us at a fun home-town parade, either as a spectator or a day-of-parade entry! Look for US Bank employees giving away tulips on First St. in La Conner. Starts at 2 pm.
Festival fans from around Skagit Valley marked the start of the 35th festival March 29 with lots of smiles, winning raffle prizes, delightful company and scrumptious desserts, all at the Swinomish Casino and Lodge .
Tulip Festival representatives visited Olympia March 20, promoting the festival with area elected legislators and visiting Gov. Jay Inslee and Sec of State Kim Wyman. A great way to celebrate the first day of spring!
Tulip Growers Washington Bulb/RoozenGaarde and Tulip Town are predicting tulips will begin to bloom just before the start of the festival, likely at the end of March.This is the windmill and water at Tulip Town. Watch for more!
Join presenting sponsors Peoples Bank and Judd and Black Appliance as we kick off our 35th Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
Ava and Henry are both 5th graders at Lincoln Elementary and are in Ms Skjei's classroom, a first!
There is still time to get applications in! Email them to email@example.com or drop them off at our office, 311 W Kincaid in Mount Vernon.
Watch for new events, lots of tulips, and a look back at 3 1/2 decades as we celebrate 35 years
A packed crowd of tulip fans watched as the curtain was lifted on the newest festival poster earlier this evening at Skagit Valley Gardens. Also unveiled were shirts, magnets, mugs, caps and official products for the festival.
Tulip growers Tulip Town and RoozenGaarde/Washington Bulb Co. help the festival each year, supplying bulbs and cut flowers for our operations.
Northwest Meetings and Events magazine's editor Teresa Kenney picked our festival as Washington's best festival in 2017, noting "this is one of those events I never tire of attending."
The World Tulip Society gave the award at its recent summit in Ottawa, attended by representatives from tulip festivals, growers, gardens and businesses.
The 2017 poster, featuring the artwork of Trish Harding, won the The IFEA / Haas & Wilkerson Insurance Pinnacle Gold Award at a conference in Tucson!
Seattle area artist Melissa Jander's poster art embodies the Tulip Festival; her bright and bold style captures the arrival of spring that the festival celebrates each year.