Come enjoy the music at the 9th Annual Zion Canyon Music Festival! Held for the first time at the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater, this year’s festival will be on Friday, September 29 and Saturday, September 30. Both days will be filled with music, art, crafts, food and fun for the whole family! Festival goers can stroll through a wide variety of original artwork, handmade musical instruments, other fine crafts and several local restaurant booths before enjoying performances byDirty Bourbon River Show, Appalachian string band Hot Buttered Rum, Americana folk singer Jason Tyler Burton and many others!
The Zion Canyon Music Festival is a “Leave No Trace” event, and is promoting Springdale’s solar power projects as well as the development of renewable energy resources throughout Southern Utah. Before heading to the festival, bring a blanket or some lawn chairs for your comfort, and please be sure to grab a reusable water bottle to support the festival’s “Leave No Trace” mission!
Admission to the festival is $10/day for General Admission and $5/day for kids 3-12, and gates open at 2 p.m. each day. For a complete lineup and list of performers, visit zioncanyonmusicfestival.com.