A Giant Free Lavender Festival Is Coming To Texas This Summer
The Blanco Lavender Festival will be on June 7-9 this year.
Though springtime is typically when all the flowers begin to bloom, the beautiful lavender flower usually fully blossoms in the early summer around June. This year's Annual Blanco Lavender Festival will be set on June 7th to 9th in Blanco, Texas and will have plenty of beautiful flowers, tasty foods, fun activities, and lavender themed gifts, treats, and fun.
At the fest will be over 100 of the best local arts and crafts vendors, plenty of exciting live music, delicious food, local beers and favorite wines to sip on, and tons of lavender! The festival will last 3 days, from Friday to Sunday, and is free all weekend long for anyone who wishes to stop by.
Blanco, Texas is basically in a triangle between San Antonio and Austin, making it a perfect spot for a day trip with your family or friends that isn't too far away from home. You can set out in the morning and hang out all day at the Lavender Festival, getting the prettiest photos in the flowers, eating the best foods, and enjoying the delicious lavender lemonades and snow cones.
They also have fun activities like games, live music, face painting, arts and crafts, and more. You can tour the local lavender farms throughout the fest to see how the beautiful flower is grown in the rolling hill country of Texas. There will be so much to enjoy in the shining summer weather with a glass of cold lavender wine in hand.
The festival will be from June 7th to 9th from noon to 6 pm on Friday, 9 am to 6 pm on Saturday, and 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday. Admission is always free for everyone! Sadly, dogs are not allowed on the Lavender farm tours unless they are service dogs, but they can walk around the rest of the festival!
The Annual Blanco Lavender Festival will be located at 300 Main Street, Blanco, Texas 78606. You can visit their official website for more information here!
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