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Bird Island MN News

Apr 1, 2016

Abbotsford Tulip Festival delayed by cool weather

Agassiz event with his daughter-in-law, said they had to shut down because they didn't have the land for a festival after their lease ended on Seabird Island. They're now looking for another location but it's been a challenge to find fertile fields large enough to accommodate the masses of traffic. Last year, RCMP shut them down temporarily because of parking chaos. It's a lesson Warmerdam took seriously into consideration prior to the launch of her event. "I have a six-acre gravel parking lot with bus parking and about 450 parking stalls," she said. Warmerdam said she didn't know that she would be running the only tulip festival in B.C. when she started planning the event, and hopes her Agassiz competitors get back into the game. "We wish them all the best and I really hope they find another field because there's obviously lots of interest," she said. "We've already had lots of people come out and we've only been open for two days." For those interested in paying a visit, she suggests checking the festival's field report on their website for updates ... (