• 71st Anniversary Celebration at Lansdowne Park

    Join us at the Aberdeen Tulip Pavilion at Lansdowne Park, May 12 – May 23, to celebrate the Tulip Legacy—the flower that symbolizes historic friendships. Come see our first ever INDOOR Tulip & Sculpture Garden, a sight no one wants to miss!

  • Artists in the park

    Watch artists at work among the Tulip beds capturing and interpreting the beautiful vistas at Commissioners Park. Join Gordon Harrison and Janice Street capture the beauty of our amazing flower through comprehensive workshops.

  • Vintage Military Re-Enactment: An Interactive Performance

    Vintage military vehicles and re-enactors animate an interactive WWII encampment on the opening weekend—May 14th and May 15th—at Lansdowne Park’s Great Lawn, bringing the story of the Liberation to life.

  • “ELECTRIC TULIP FIREWORKS” Set to a Mind Bending Soundtrack!

    Seen and heard only on the TD Place Soccer Field, bring your blanket on the soccer field and enjoy the show! Gate 1 of the TD Place soccer field opens at 8:15pm. The fireworks will be fired over the soccer field between 9:15pm – 9:45pm! TICKET PRICES: Adults 15$; Youth 5$ (10 – 16); Children Free

  • Children’s Photos at the New Aberdeen Tulip Pavilion

    Memorialize magic moments with photos of your children in the newly whimsical Indoor Tulip & Sculpture Gardens in the Aberdeen Tulip Pavilion.

  • Enjoy Music at the New Indoor International Friendship Tulip Pavilion Stage

    Experience multicultural sounds from all over the world! Join us for a variety of music programs happening daily at the Aberdeen Tulip Pavilion, from May 12th to May 23rd.

  • Re-live the Beautiful Story in Aberdeen Tulip Pavilion’s Indoor Garden

    Come see the iconic Princess Tulip Sculpture displayed at the centre of our exquisite Indoor Tulip & Sculpture Garden.

  • Live Performers Throughout the Festival Grounds

    Lots to entertain children of all ages, from clowns with a modern twist, “Cirque de Liberation” animators, buskers, and photo ops with the “Princess”.