Get ready to immerse yourself in a sea of vibrant colors and fragrant blooms because Tulip Time in Holland, Michigan is about to paint the town with nature's most beautiful hues.

Since 1929, making it the longest-running tulip festival in the United States, the annual event brings thousands from around not only the state but the country, to Holland. This year's festival officially kicks off on Saturday, May 4th with something for everyone to enjoy.

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The 95th Tulip Time Festival will span 8 days through Mother's Day, May 12th. All of the special events and activities will take place in locations scattered within a 4-mile radius in downtown Holland. The beautiful tulips can be enjoyed for free in the public parks and all along the downtown streets.

Special activities for this year's festival include a Pickleball Tournament, Carnival, TulipTime Run, Tall Ship Dockside Tours, Quilt Show, Dutch Dance Lessons, and an Artisan Market to name just a few. There will also be not one, but two amazing Tulip Time parades that are considered some of the best and most beautiful in the country. The first will be held Thursday, May 9th with the second on Saturday, May 11th. Both will run from 2 pm-4 pm.

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There will also be special musical performances such as an ABBA Tribute and country star Scotty McCreery who will take the state on Saturday, May 11th at Central Wesleyan Church. Tickets for his show can be purchased here. 

Get ready to bask in the beauty of spring at Holland's Tulip Time Festival. Whether you're a first-time visitor or a returning enthusiast, this annual extravaganza you don't want to miss. Get full details by clicking here.


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