What can we expect from the Cherry Blossom Festival 2022?

The Cherry Blossom Festival 2022 is coming around again to Vancouver this year. Many cherry blossom trees in Vancouver are going to be blooming soon, as well as many others around the Lower Mainland.

The cherry blossoms in Vancouver and surrounding area here that will be blooming soon are a beautiful sight that signals spring is here. The Cherry Blossom Festival is one of the most popular events in BC and has been a loved annual tradition for many to enjoy for years now in the province.

Cherry Blossom Festival 2022

The intra-community arts and culture outdoor Festival is expected to run from April 1 to April 28 this year.

There will also be a Sakura Days Japan Fair on April 9 and 10 at the VanDusen Botanical Garden, with the chance to possibly see some cultural performers and different food vendors.


Cherry Blossom Trees Around Vancouver

In cities all over the Lower Mainland in BC you will be able to find different cherry blossom trees blooming. From Vancouver to Surrey, around Port Moody, Coquitlam, Burnaby, they’re everywhere.

Some places in Vancouver are more popular for finding cherry blossom trees than others, including parks like Stanley Park, in front of City Hall, David Lam Park, Queen Elizabeth Park, and other regions.

You will also find some streets in Vancouver that are popular for the abundance of cherry trees that they offer which line the streets and bring out plenty of admirers during the Cherry Blossom Festival and throughout spring.

cherry blossom trees in Port Moody, BC

Where Are the Best Cherry Blossom Trees in Vancouver?

  • find cherry blossom trees in Vancouver around Burrard SkyTrain Station
  • Nitobe Memorial Garden
  • W 22nd Avenue
  • 10th Avenue
  • Queen Elizabeth Park
  • Graveley Street 
  • David Lam Park
  • Stanley Park
  • Burnaby Mountain Park
  • Garry Point Park
  • VanDusen Botanical Garden
  • Granville Plaza
  • Vanier Park

Cherry blossom trees in Vancouver are scattered around the Mount Pleasant area, along different streets and throughout parks around the Lower Mainland in BC. Cherry blossom trees have been mapped around the region, from North Vancouver out to Langley.

There are many locations that have been listed where people have discovered beautiful cherry blossom trees in the region.

As for those who might be looking to head out and take pictures of the cherry blossom trees in the region there are several tips that have been shared by the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival organizers.

These helpful Cherry Blossom Festival guidelines include suggestions like not climbing the trees, not breaking any branches of the trees, being respectful of those people living in the community you are finding trees, not going onto private property, and not stopping in the middle of the street to try and take photos etc.

The cherry blossom trees in Vancouver and cities around the Lower Mainland have been a big draw in the past. There are even social media pages that have been set up to track the activity of influencers and photographers in the area during the Cherry Blossom Festival in recent years.

cherry blossom trees in Vancouver

How to Support the Cherry Blossom Festival

You can also donate to the Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival Society to help keep the operation going. Their efforts help to celebrate the beautiful environment in BC, foster cultural understanding, and inspire community friendship.

This cherry blossom festival is an event in Vancouver that brings to light outstanding arts and culture, which centers around the beauty that is the cherry blossom. And the event has been focused on helping to sustain that heritage in Vancouver over the years.

This year you will be able to find photos that people are sharing about the Cherry Blossom 2022 Festival under the tags like VanCherryBlossomFest #VCBF2022 #VCBF and others.

The Cherry Blossom Festival 2022 is a great time to learn about the cherry blossom culture, history, and different traditions, to see amazing cherry trees around Vancouver, and to engage with the community doing something fun during spring.

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