A close up shot of a bed of orange tulips, in the sunlight. Most are  blurred, but the one in perfect focus captures your attention.

tulips and so much more…

Heralded as America’s Best Small Town Festival and 2017 tulip festival of the year, the Tulip Time Festival is dedicated to honoring Holland, Michigan’s Dutch heritage, showcasing millions of tulips, and celebrating the community today. This experience is so much more than tulips… with national and local entertainment, world-renowned Dutch Dancers, artisan markets, fireworks, breathtaking sights just off the shores of Lake Michigan and some of the largest parades in Michigan, Tulip Time is truly an experience you don’t want to miss. Make plans now to visit us for our 91st Tulip Time Festival May 2–10, 2020!

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Announcing the winner of 10th annual Tulip Time Festival Artwork Competition, “Dutch Dance” by Aron Lowe. This art is now featured on posters, giclee prints, and other festival merchandise, available at the Tulip Time office and in our online store. Snag a piece of this whimsical tribute to Dutch Dance and the 2020 festival!


Seven-time Grammy winner with #1 hits in Pop, Gospel, R&B and Adult Contemporary with songs you know and love like “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” and “Midnight Train to Georgia” among many others. Don’t miss her live on stage for an exceptional performance!


Musician Dave Bennett has created arrangements of Benny Goodman’s popular hits and jazz classics to make for one unforgettable show! Bennett and his band take you back to the Swing era performing Goodman’s famed music from the 1930’s and 40’s.


This 100% live performance features the look, feel and sound of a real Elton John concert.


There are many ways to support Tulip Time. From volunteering to attending events and of course, charitable giving! We operate as a 501(c)3 nonprofit charitable organization. Your contribution will help further our mission of celebrating tulips, Dutch heritage, and our community today.

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