Events & Tickets
Have a special event coming up? Red River Farms is a beautiful location for any event! From weddings, to birthday parties, fundraisers, and even class reunions. Our scenic farm is the perfect place for whatever you are wanting to do. We also host several fun events for the whole family to enjoy throughout the year. Please check back regularly as more events are added.
Friday, July 8, 2022
Saturday, July 9, 2022
Media Sponsor/Partner for Sunflower Festival 2022
WHAT’S NEW THIS YEAR for
Sunflower Festival 2022?
•Tickets are REQUIRED for entry each day. No exceptions. If you arrive without a ticket, you will not be admitted in. If you purchase a ticket, you are guaranteed entry into the festival during your ticketed time.
•You are NOT required to leave the event once the time on your ticket is over. You may stay as long as you like. We are simply trying to space out guests arrival times.
•There will be a limit to how many guests can purchase tickets for each time slot to help spread out guest arrivals so purchase your ticket early to get your preferred admission time!
•Tickets must be purchased online through the link in the event page or on our website. No tickets may be purchased at the gate the weekend of the event.
•Guests must arrive during their timed ticket slot.
•Vendors will be present both Friday, July 8 & Saturday, July 9—two days of great, local shopping!
•THREE Sunflower fields
-2 acre field of sunflowers & zinnias for pictures
-5 acre field of sunflowers for picking only
-3 acre field for a SUNFLOWER MAZE!
•Photographers may only take pictures during open admission times.
•Photographers must purchase regular admission tickets for entry, as well as their clients.
•Tickets are only good for one day. If you wish to return another day, you must purchase another ticket.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much is admission?
A: Admission is $10 per person. Children 3 and under are free! Admission includes shopping with 50+ juried vendors, a hayride to the sunflower fields, selfies in the sunflowers, and a sunflower maze.
Q: Are online ticket purchases required to enter? Can I pay at the gate?
A: Yes, online ticket purchases are required this year. You will not be able to pay at the gate. You may print your ticket, or display your ticket via a mobile device to the gate worker.
Q: What types of payment will you accept for you-pick jars?
A: We will accept cash or card for the you-pick sunflower jars. Pick-your-own sunflowers are $10 per wide mouth mason jar. Fit as many as you can inside the jar!
Q: Will vendors accept cards for payment?
A: Most vendors will accept cash or cards, but it would be a good idea to have some cash on hand just in case some do not accept a card.
Q: Are dogs allowed at the event?
A: Dogs are allowed, as long as they remain on a leash and supervised at all times.
Q: Can I take pictures in the sunflowers?
A: Yes! You may take as many selfies and photos that you wish!
Q: Do photographers have to pay a photography fee?
A: Photographers must pay the $10 admission fee via the online ticket sale link. There will be no other fee other than admission for photographers. Their clients must also pay the $10 per person admission fee by purchasing an online ticket.
Q: How many vendors will be here?
A: 50+ vendors will be here at the farm to shop from on Friday, July 8 & Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Q: Can I come see the sunflowers before the festival?
A: No, we are not allowing any guests or photographers to the field before the festival.
Q: Can I see the sunflowers after the festival?
A: We will have a Sunflower Pickin’ and Pictures event the weekend after the festival. THIS WILL BE FOR PICKIN’ & PICTURES ONLY. NO HAYRIDES WILL BE AVAILABLE AND NO VENDORS WILL BE PRESENT JULY 15 & 16, 2022.
**This will take place depending on how many sunflowers remain after the festival.
Q: Do I have to wear a mask?
A: If COVID-19 is still a public health concern in July 2022, we will encourage you to wear a mask while in the barn, and while on the hayride wagon, especially if you are unable to be 6ft apart from others at any time. While outside and in the sunflower field, we are not asking you to wear a mask then.
Q: Will there be food to eat there?
A: Yes! We have some wonderful food vendors attending. Come hungry!
Q: Do we have to ride the hayride wagon to the sunflower field?
A: The sunflower field is a good distance from the barn and parking area. To avoid guests being in the roadway of the hayride wagons path, we ask that guests ride the wagon to the field. We will limit the number of people on the wagon, and distance guests far enough away from each other on the wagon. Please note that NO VEHICLES will be permitted anywhere other than the parking area by the barn. No vehicles will be allowed on the hayride roadway or in the sunflower field for everyone’s safety on July 8 & 9, 2022.
Q: Do you provide the jar to pick sunflowers in?
A: Yes, when you pay the $10 you-pick fee, we will provide a wide mouth mason jar for you to pick as many as you can fit inside the jar.
Q: Are you open all weekend?
A: We are open Friday, July 8 2022 from 2-8p.m. & Saturday, July 9, 2022 from 10a.m.-5p.m.
Q: What health and safety precautions are you implementing?
A: We are limiting the number of shoppers in each booth in the barn to a maximum of 2 shoppers, we are asking guests to wear masks in the barn and on the hayride wagon, we are encouraging physical distancing from other groups of people, we are limiting the number of people on a hayride wagon, spacing picnic tables 10ft apart, providing hand sanitizing stations, and cleaning the bathrooms every 2 hours. We are also doing ticketed admission to space out guest arrivals and limiting the amount of people able to enter each hour.
Q: Will there be handicap parking?
A: Yes, handicap parking will be available as close as possible to the barn. Just have your tag up in your rear view mirror and let the gate workers know you need a handicap space. Handicap spaces do fill up quickly and we will do our best to provide one for you if needed. If one is not available, we will try to park your car as close as possible to handicap parking.