We have the longest lilac season in the world - and we're going to prove it!

Annual Lilac Lovefest Photo Contest  


Each entrant is allowed up to three entries. All entries must be made before midnight on July 31 of each year. 

Entries may be entered in low resolution but available in high resolution to place in the contest. 

With your entry you may include a title for the photo, where it was taken and/or who is in the photo.

Voting details will be posted, as the deadline gets closer. First, second and third place will be chosen. Results will be announced in August the year of the contest. A people’s choice and/or honorable mention may also be made. 

Winners Receive: Recognition as the winner on the internet including the Lilac Lovefest website and social media outlets. 

Photos may be used for Lilac Lovefest promotional materials. Including but not limited to poster, brochures, website or any other advertising possibilities. By entering your photo into the photo contest, you officially give the Lilac Lovefest permission to use your photo in all aspects of advertising and promotional materials. Photographers will be given photo credits. Additional prizes may be announced at another time as the photo contest deadline approaches.

To enter or vote in contests, you must have a free LilacLovefest.com account. You can create an account, or log in to your user area.


Allowed File Types : All Allowed File Size Limit : Any SizeMB

Fur lilac love

Category : Photo Contest

My dog grizzly with lilacs!!

Baraboo, Wisconsin

Category : Photo Contest

Picture of the lilac’a bloomed right outside my sun porch after a nice rain.

In Bloom

Category : Photo Contest

Starting to bloom in Minnesota!

Lilac on the farm

Category : Photo Contest

This photo was taken on our dairy farm near Gilman, WI. I stopped to enjoy the old lilac’s fragrance & noticed the simple beauty of our barn through its branches.

Lilac joy

Category : Photo Contest

My husband took this photo of me, while I was out enjoying the scent of the lilac bush in our yard. This bush is 80 years old, was planted when our country farm home was built. Though it’s weathered many

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