Like music? Around the next weekend? Then you won’t want to miss the ninth annual Zion Canyon Music Festival on Friday and Saturday, September 29 and 30th at the OC Tanner Amphitheater in Springdale.
Not only does this event oh some of the best bands and musical legends around but they also promote and encourage the use of renewable energy throughout southern Utah. This means it’s a “leave no trace” Festival so bring a reusable water bottle and water stations are available. There are no coolers or outside food except kid snacks and allergy-related food. No alcohol may be brought into the festival but beer and wine is available for purchases. Backpacks will be inspected and this is a non-smoking event. No animals will be allowed on Festival grounds except for registered service dogs.
There will be beer and wine from Wasatch/Squatters Brewers, fantastic food, a special zone just for the kids, arts, crafts and educational booths.
Tickets are limited so make sure you get the at the website ZionCanyonmusicFestival.com
Gen. admission produce $10 per person or $5 for those 12 and under except for those under three, which is free.
The festival is presented by Zion Events, Dixie State University, and Porter’s Smokehouse & Grill.
Dirty Bourbon River Show
Jason Tyler Burton
Hot Buttered Rum
Gates open at 2pm and music starts at 4pm on both days, the last performance ends around 11pm. This is a rain or shine event but heavy rains could delay the schedule.