Unicorns do exist ... at least, they will for a weekend!

Get ready for a magical weekend full of spellbinding mystery, imagination, whimsy, and, of course, unicorns!

For two days, Clement Park in Littleton will be transformed into a mythical world of unicorns for all those who love them. At the 2019 Unicorn Festival, the beloved magical creatures come to life, along with princesses, mermaids, fairies, wizards, pirates, and much more!

When: Saturday, June 22, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Sunday, June 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Clement Park, 7306 W. Bowles, Littleton

Tickets are on sale now through the festival website, with options for half day admission, full day admission, as well as weekend and family pass options.

Best-selling author Sheri Fink – whose works include The Little Unicorn and The Little Rose, among others – will be a special guest at this year’s festival. Fink writes books that inspire readers of all ages to follow their dreams, to believe in themselves, and to strive to live their best lives. Fans can meet her at her booth for photos and autographs, as well listen to her main stage appearance each day.

Sheri Fink with fans

Sheri Fink with fans. Courtesy of the Unicorn Festival.

Start your otherworldly journey with a trip through the unicorn petting corrals and mermaid lagoon, then stop for a visit with Prince Charming. After the sorting ceremony, you can make your way through the rest of the festival. An enchanted castle maze, dragon slide obstacle course, bungee trampolines, sing-alongs, petting zoo, belly dancers, and more also await you. Plus, there will be food trucks and a banquet hall at this year’s enchanting event.

This year’s marvelous emcee is Princess Penelope Palisade, the perkiest princess you personally know! She will be overseeing all the weekend’s festivities, introducing the entertainment, and welcoming all children and magical creatures to the stage for interactive fun! You can also find her in with the crowds, taking photos, and having fun with everyone!

Cosplay and costume contests take place each day at 2 p.m., so make sure you arrive at the main stage 15 minutes early to get registered! Real cash prizes are up for grabs, with $200 cash rewarded for the grand prize.

Did you go to last year’s Unicorn Festival, if what was your favorite part? Is there a special princess or pirate you hope to see this year? Share your favorite magical creature with us in the comments below!