1. Portland Rose Festival

Founded in 1907, the annual Portland Rose Festival begins May 22 and lasts until June 7. The Grand Floral Parade, which is the main attraction, is on June 6. The festival was first created to put Portland, Oregon on the map as “the summer capital of the world” and is still going strong over 100 years later.

  1. National Cherry Blossom Festival

In 1912, Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo gifted the city of Washington, DC. with 3,000 cherry trees to symbolize the bond between the United States and Japan, according to the National Cherry Blossom Festival website. The first festival was held in 1927. Since then, thousands of people come out to see the trees in full bloom; this year, the event is taking place from March 20-April 12. The National Park Service predicts the peak bloom for the cherry blossoms will begin April 1.

  1. Rochester Lilac Festival

Highland Park is home to the largest collection of lilacs in North America, according to their website. In 2020, you can celebrate spring in Upstate NY from May 8-17 to stare in awe at the 1,200 lilac bushes and 500 more varieties of lilacs.

  1. The California Poppy Festival

Lancaster, California is home to one of California’s biggest populations of poppies, which just so happens to be the state flower. This year, the festival is happening on April 27-28. Festival goers can enjoy music, art, and food while taking in the luscious orange poppy fields.

  1. Bluebonnet Festival

The annual Bluebonnet Festival will take place April 10-12, in Burnet, Texas featuring live music, food, and shopping while visitors admire the area’s brightest bluebonnets.

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