Lompoc Valley Festival AssociatioN

The Lompoc Valley Festival Association is a non-profit organization. The Association is responsible for organizing and coordinating two festivals in the Lompoc Valley; the SpringFest held in April & Flower Festival held in June. There is a $5 admission fee for the Flower Festival. Admission for SpringFest is FREE!

No pets are allowed in the park during these festivals, so please leave them at home. Registered service dogs are able to enter the park as long as any messes are cleaned.

It is with great regret the Lompoc Valley Festival Association has canceled Springfest scheduled for April 17-19, 2020. This decision was made in response the order issued on Thursday March 12, 2020 by the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department. In order to assist in protecting the health of our community, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department has issued a declaration of a local health emergency and health officer order for the postponement and cancellation of events, as well as social distancing measures. The guidelines to be implemented are in direct alignment with California Department of Public Health's most recent guidelines also issued March 12, 2020 regarding social distancing and public gatherings. We had no choice but to take this step for the safety of the community as well as the participating vendors and volunteers that make this event a success. Our plan is to put our energy into our upcoming Flower Festival scheduled for June 24-28, 2020. We want to thank you, our Lompoc community, for your continued interest and support so we may continue these type events in our community. We remain committed to our community and its youth and plan on having many years of continued success in the future.

The Board of Directors

Lompoc Valley Festival Association

For more information please contact us at

805-735-8511 · office@lompocvalleyfestivals.com

Flower Festival

June 24 - 28, 2020

The 68th Annual Flower Festival will be held June 24 -28, 2020. The 2020 theme is "Pirate's Treasure". It features a parade starting promptly Saturday, June 27th at 10:00 A.M.

The carnival, presented by Paul Maurer is sure to bring the fun for everyone!

Arts and Craft, Commercial vendors, and Food Booths will be open all five days. On our main stage there will be free entertainment with paid admission.

Paid parking is available on site for a nominal fee. Admission to the Park is $5.00 for 13 & older, free for those 12 & younger.

4-Day Admission Pass for $15.00

2020 Grand Marshall

Emily Vargas