Enjoy a great evening filled with live music, dinner and a no host bar.
Semi formal - Assigned Seating.
The Apple Blossom Festival is celebrating its 100th Anniversary in 2019 and producing a documentary film presented by Stemilt Growers as way to honor this remarkable milestone. Wenatchee’s own North 40 Productions will be responsible for production of the feature film.
The documentary will follow the 2018 Apple Blossom royalty selection process as well as the events of 2018 Festival. It will provide the opportunity to conduct extensive research into the Wenatchee Valley’s history in respect to the Apple Blossom Festival, tracking its evolution from 1920 to present day. Additionally, the film will pay tribute to the people who started the festival and all those who have been involved in the last hundred years.
Wednesday, May 1st in the Wenatchee Convention Center Ballroom
Doors open at 11:30 and Program starts at 12:00p.m.
This years Keynote Speaker is Melissa Arias, Strategic director of Make a Wish Foundation Washington and Alaska.
Saturday, May 4. Triangle Park, gates open at 8:30am. Bleacher seating. There is limited grass seating if you want to bring a chair. No concessions are sold in the area. Coolers are allowed.
Children 5 years and under are free but still require a wristband.
Saturday, May 5 @ Triangle Park, gates open at 6:30am for this all you can eat pancake tradition!