Talk about an amazing backdrop to get lost in! Get ready to snap the perfect selfie and coolest photos because the annual Blake's Sunflower Festival is back.

Blake's Orchard & Cider Mill in Armada, Michigan is always a Michigan favorite spot,  known for its Michigan Cider Dayze Festival, happening  August 24-25 this year, and their season fall activities on their 800-acre farm and orchard, but just a few years ago they added something more exciting.

Sunflowers for as far as the eye can see will be waiting for you for Blake's Sunflower Festival 2024. This year Blake's Sunflower Festival will take place weekends August 9th through 18th and will be packed with tons of activities and fun for the entire family. Attendees can stroll through acres of sunflowers and stop to take a picture at one of the special farm scene photo stations.

Guests can also check out the works of over 200 artisans and even enjoy a short walk to the Sunflower fields to cut their sunflowers. If you are feeling crafty, you can enjoy a free sunflower class and take home your DIY project.

There will be free psychic readings and children's educational presentations that feature fossils and live animals. The festival will also offer free classes, speakers, and demonstrations on topics such as natural wellness, aromatherapy, farming and gardening, the benefits of local honey, and more.

Tickets are on sale now for just $12 for Fridays and $14 for Saturdays and Sundays with kids under 2 free. Buy your tickets now and grab them for just $10 per person. Your admission includes all-day admission to Barnyard Funland, the artisan market, the sunflower fields, and free parking. Event hours are 10:00 am - 5:00 pm each day the festival is running.

You can purchase tickets here.

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