There are so many things to do and see during the Flowertown Festival,
     many people visit more than once during the 3-day event!


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Arts & Crafts
Over 200 talented artisans from across the country display their wares during the 3-day YMCA fundraiser. Painting, pottery, glassworking, woodworking, needlework, ironwork, textiles and much more! Arts & Crafts vendors along with Specialty Gourmet are located in Azalea Park. 

Farmer's Market (Saturday & Sunday Only)

The Taste
Offers festival goers a chance to sample appetizers, main courses and decadent desserts.

Business & Civic Booths

Live Music

Kids Fest (Children's Jubilee) 


KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

What should I bring?
  • Cameras Please take and share your pictures online! #flowertownfestival
  • Money Most vendors take debit or credit, but there are some that take cash only. There are ATM locations throughout. You can find ATMs located in the Farmer’s Market parking lot, on 5th/Main, and in the kid’s area. 
  • Tote Bags Bring something to carry all your purchases! There is so much to choose from! 
  • Rain Gear It's always good to be prepared.
  • Sunscreen/Umbrella Since the event is outdoors, you may want to bring a few extra items.
  • Walking Shoes Good shoes are a must with all the walking you will do.
  • Bug Spray The Flowertown Festival is outdoors under pine trees and live oaks that are located near ponds and small creeks.
  • Wheel Chair/Electronic Scooters The Festival can accommodate wheel chairs and electronic scooters throughout the event. However, they are restricted inside of Azalea Park. 

What should I not bring?
  • Drones, weapons and pets are not allowed in the Festival. 

Parking
  • Parking is on a first come first serve basis. The roads around the festival will be blocked from South Main to W Carolina Ave and all secondary streets off of South Main Street. To direct Northbound and Southbound traffic, South Gum and South Magnolia will be diverted to one-way streets. Police and emergency ask that you do not block roads in case emergency vehicles need to pass. Cars blocking the roadways will be towed at the owner’s expense. Cars parked in someone’s property, out of the right away, will also be subject towing at the owner’s expense. Only residential traffic is allowed into closed off areas of the Festival.

Tickets 
  • The Taste tickets are available at the corner of 5th/Main and 6th/Main. Each ticket is one dollar. Please note Taste tickets can only be used in the Taste area. All other food vendors take cash or debit. 
  • Kids Fest tickets can be purchased in the kid’s area in the middle of Main Street.

Information & Lost and Found
  • Information Just look for the pink! The Information Booth is located on 5th and Main under the pink canopy and two lifeguard stands are on Main Street under the pink umbrellas. There you will find friendly YMCA staff to answer all your questions. Please feel free to stop and ask any Y staff members wearing Pink or Purple t-shirts. We are here to help! 
  • Lost and Found is located inside the Information Booth (under the pink canopy) on 5th and Main.

Safety & First Aid
  • First Aid Locations are located at the corner of Joyce/Main, 5th/Main, Richardson/Main, and across from the Cuthbert Building on 5th.
  • The police have a command center on 2nd/Main.
  • Safety Prevention for Children Emergency personnel are encouraging all parents to please take a picture of your child before you arrive to the Festival. In the event your child is lost, a photo of your child on that day with what they are wearing will make it easier to find your child. For young children, please take a quick moment to place your contact information and your name in the child’s pocket. In case your child gets lost, police can quickly notify you. 
  • Please Stay Hydrated There are numerous vendors selling water throughout the event. Please keep you, your children and elderly hydrated as much as possible to prevent heat stroke and fatigue. 


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