Friday April 27th: 6-9PM SIP & SHOP
Friday Admission is $20 - Also allows courtesy entry to Saturday’s event for more great shopping – plus, all vendors will be replenishing their booths with new and exciting items for Saturday.
Saturday April 28th, join us from 9AM-4PM
Admission is $7
All vendors will be fully stocked with home décor, garden goodies, antiques, repurposed, upcycled items ready to find a new home with you.
This is also a food drive. Bring at least 2 cans of food for a $5 entry ticket at the door.
Woodfest is an annual celebration of student achievements which has in the past focused only on student woodworking projects. This year we are working to add other CTE programs at SWHS and the amazing ways are city is in itself evolving from its timber history into a center of technology.
Woodfest aims to draw a variety of vendors and display booths wood turners, traditional carvers, wood crafters, artisans, high school woodworking exhibits, and educational exhibits.
The Anacortes Spring Wine Festival brings 30 wineries to Fidalgo Island for an afternoon of decadent wine tasting, food pairings, and an in-house wine shop. Go out afterwards and spend the weekend enjoying live music, art, shopping, and blooming tulip fields. Visitors travel from all corners of the world to behold the amazing Skagit Valley tulip fields in full bloom. Enhancing their journey to the valley, the Spring Wine Festival presents the opportunity to indulge in the appreciation of red, white and blush wines from across Washington state.
Saturday April 7, 2018
Must be 21+ and ready to present ID at the door.
No babies, strollers, infants, children, or pets/animals.
VIP Tickets are $80 each & allows entry into the festival from noon until 5pm.
General Admission Tickets are $55 each & allows entry into the festival from 1:30pm until 5pm.
For more information about what is included in the cost of admission please visit the linked website.
Welcome to the 34rd Downtown Mount Vernon Tulip Festival Street Fair! We are delighted to have you visit our classic American hometown. The Tulip Festival Street Fair is just one year younger than the overarching Tulip Festival, and is a deeply entrenched annual tradition in our community. Since its inception, the Street Fair has grown from a few tables on the sidewalks to its current size of nearly half a mile of artisan vendors, food concessions, non-profit group displays and live entertainment. We are proud to produce this event, which has become known as the first annual outdoor arts show of the year in Northwest Washington, and is one of the largest, as well.