Sakura Sunday is a day-long outdoor celebration of all things Japanese. Join us in Fairmount Park for an action-packed spring celebration of Japanese arts and culture. The centerpiece of the Festival, Sakura Sunday is a day under the blossoms full of specatacular sights and performances, with plenty of hands-on fun for the whole family. Featuring live music and dance performances, martial arts, cultural demonstrations, arts & crafts, karaoke, and much, much more, Sakura Sunday brings contemporary and modern Japan to Philadelphia.
Sakura Sunday is held at Fairmount Park’s Horticulture Center, home to hundreds of blooming cherry trees; including two from 1926! Bring the family, bring the neighbors, and bring your pets and enjoy a beautiful day of arts and culture beneath the blossoms!
Vehicles are not permitted to park at the Horticulture Center. Remote parking is available for $10 near the Mann Music Center (GPS Address: 4800 States Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19131) with complimentary shuttle service to the Horticulture Center. Handicap-accessible shuttles will also be available.
Round-Trip Shuttle Buses from 30th Street
Shuttle buses will run in continuous loops between 30th Street Station and the Horticulture Center beginning at 9:00 am. The bus pickup is on the south side of Market Street between 29th and 30th Street near the US Post Office building. Adults $5 round-trip / children under 12 free.
Take SEPTA (Route 38 or 43) or ride your bike. Bicycle parking is free.
Adults $10/Children (12&under) free.
Early Admission Tickets are available on Eventbrite for $7 + processing fees (online ticketing is available until 4/15, e-tickets are non-refundable).