Stardew Valley | Where is the Flower Dance

Stardew Valley where is the Flower Dance

The Flower Dance is one of the most fun ceremonies inĀ Stardew Valley, and it’s a great way to raise your relationship status. It has a gorgeous cutscene that plays with your character involved, and it’s really important that you join in whenever possible! If you’ve ever had problems with getting someone’s relationship nice and high, it might be because you missed this festival! Our guide will go over where the dance is, when you can go, and why it’s important.

Where is the Flower Dance in Stardew Valley?

Stardew Valley where is the Flower Dance

The Flower Dance is located to the far west of the village, across from the bridge south of the Wizard’s Tower. This area is only available when the Flower Dance event is active, which is on the 24th day of every Spring. This area, the western part of the Cindersap Forest, is a small square area that is dedicated to the Dance, and is all about showing off your dance moves!

If you’re still having trouble with finding the Flower Dance, head to the Wizard Tower. This is to the south of your default farm, and the west of the Marnie’s Ranch. If you find a bridge heading to the west, then you’ve found the location of the Flower Dance.

The Flower Dance will improve any relationship where you’ve gotten at least four friendship hearts. It improves that relationship by one whole heart, which is a massive boost to your connection to that person. And all you need to do is ask them to the dance! You can even do this with same-sex relationships.

This is the only thing that occurs during the dance, but you can purchase new and seasonal cosmetics from Pierre’s Shop during the day when the festival is active. These range from little flower pots to bigger floral arrangements. They all look very pretty, as one would expect from the fantastic artstyle of Concerned Ape!


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Jason Toro

Jason Toro

Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.