03 Nov Garden Show Tickets Now on Sale
Tickets are now available ONLINE at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show’s website for their 25th annual gardening extravaganza, to be held February 20 – 24, 2013 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.
Enthusiastic show attendees have long flocked to take advantage of the discounted Early Bird Tickets – only $16, a savings of $4 over the door price during the show’s 5-day run. The Early Bird tickets must be purchased before February 19th. You can even purchase tickets from your smartphone!
Ticket prices for the garden show have not changed since O’Loughlin Trade Shows began producing the show. As the 2nd largest garden show in the U.S., with 22 breathtaking show gardens, 90 speakers, 350 garden-related Marketplace exhibitors, musical entertainment and a Wine Garden, it’s the must-see gardening event of the year. Hear what Living Homegrown’s Theresa Loe says about the show.
The garden show is a wonderful family event and children 12 and under are still FREE when accompanied by an adult. Ages 13 – 17 Youth tickets are only $5. With the lively entertainment on our Sprout Stage in the PlayGarden and a Treasure Hunt, the garden show is a great way to help children discover the wonders of nature.
For those who want to spend hours and hours sitting through over 100 free seminars, you can’t beat the 5-Day Pass for only $65. That’s 53 hours of entertainment, the best value in gardening education around. Or try the 2-Day Pass for only $29, and add a luxurious night in a downtown Seattle hotel. If you book through the garden show’s website you’re guaranteed a good rate.
Tickets will be delivered to our nursery retail outlets right after Thanksgiving. The NWFGS staff personally delivers all the tickets and posters throughout Puget Sound. The list of ticket outlets will be posted online after December 1st. They make a wonderful holiday gift for people who love to garden!
To see all the ticket prices, just go to our user-friendly ticket page. Only 109 days until the show, when spring arrives at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show. ~ Janet