April 22nd & 23rd, 2017. Rain or shine!
10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily
POPPY FESTIVAL MOBILE APP
The Poppy Festival mobile web app allows users to easily add an icon to their home screen, watch Poppy Festival videos, check schedules, access the event map, view event sponsors, as well as turn by turn GPS directions to the Festival and Poppy reserve to visit the amazing poppies in the Antelope Valley!
Using the Poppy Festival mobile web app on your smart phone is a breeze. If you need directions, simply tap the links for 1-touch GPS enabled driving directions integrated with your smart phone’s GPS.
You can sit back and enjoy videos powered by the City of Lancaster YouTube channel. The Poppy Festival mobile web app is also integrated with Facebook and Twitter to allow further interaction on your favorite social websites.
The Poppy Festival mobile web app was first conceived during a brainstorming session with the team at AV Web Designs and City of Lancaster.
The Poppy Festival mobile web app can be downloaded simply by visiting www.PoppyFestival.com from your smart phone or by scanning the QR code below. To add the app to your iPhone or iPod touch, tap the plus sign or arrow on the bottom of the mobile browser. Next tap “Add to Home screen.” The Poppy Festival mobile web app Icon will be added to your Home screen automatically for easy, one-tap access. To add the web app to your Android or Blackberry device, visit the site and follow the directions on the bottom of the homescreen for your device.
The California Poppy Festival™ is proudly supported by our local sponsors. Please support these businesses for their patronage of the annual Festival. View Sponsors
Lancaster boasts one of California's most abundant crops of the vibrant poppies that are the state flower.
For several years, the City of Lancaster co-sponsored the Wildflower Information Center with the Lancaster Woman's Club to cater to the interests of thousands of visitors who flocked to the Antelope Valley for a glimpse of these brilliant, beautiful flowers.
Held at the Lancaster Museum/Art Gallery, visitors could pick up free wildflower maps and learn about the best viewing locations before heading out to the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. Read More >>