Lehi Utah Events
Summer is in full swing and with the end of the school year comes long days of seemingly endless activities. Saratoga Springs' annual celebration is a family-filled, friendly celebration that includes a variety of food, music, dancing, food trucks and more. This year's festival includes a full day of family-friendly activities, music and dance performances, and ends with free fireworks. The evening will end with an open-air concert and fireworks display, followed by a special fireworks display at midnight on the evening of July 4th.
While enjoying traditional music outdoors, participants can take part in a variety of outdoor activities, visit the petting zoo and petting zoo, and discover artifacts and specimens dating back to dinosaur times. The Civil War will be revisited on July 4, 5 and 6 with a parade through downtown Saratoga Springs. This parade will be followed by an open-air concert and fireworks display, as well as a bouncy castle, carnival, food trucks and more. Visitors can explore the Museum of Natural History, the largest museum in the United States with more than 100,000 artifacts, taxidermy and exhibits.
This year's Canyonlands PRCA Rodeo will be held on July 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, with tickets for the event at the Grand Canyon Resort & Casino in Lehi, Utah starting at $25. Pop - Con will take place at Leihua High School from July 5 to 7, the full schedule can be found here.
The festival will take place July 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 at the Grand Canyon Resort & Casino in Lehi, Utah. Tickets can be purchased here.
This year's Ogden Music Festival, held at Fort Buenaventura (2450 Avenue), has tickets starting at $40 and Carnival bracelets on sale for $25. This year's festival kicks off July 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 at the Grand Canyon Resort & Casino in Lehi.
The day is filled with family-friendly activities and ends with a pyrotechnic salute to America, and visitors can watch a colorful foam party from the sales outlets overlooking the valley. The parade along the South Towne Promenade includes games, activities, live concerts and food and ends with fireworks at 10pm. After the concert in Barker Park, there will be a volleyball tournament and a comedy hypnotist show. This traditional event here in Sandy City kicks off the day with fireworks at 11: 30 a.m., with fireworks starting around 10 p.m. and ending with Pyrochnics Salutes for America.
Enjoy Lehi's Round-Up Week, culminating with a rodeo weekend at Park City Rodeo Center. This annual event features live music, food and entertainment, as well as fireworks. You can ride the carousel, see some animals and sometimes even light up the zoo for a night of fireworks and fireworks at midnight.
The event includes live music, food and entertainment, as well as fireworks and fireworks at the end of the night.
Taylorsville Dayzz takes place every first Saturday of the month in Springville, Utah, from July to August. This includes free activities in the Spring Park, including fairy lights, parades and fireworks. The Taylor'sville dayzz takes place every year on July 1st from 5: 00 pm to 7: 30 pm and includes a break-out party with live music, food and entertainment, as well as fireworks at the end of the night. Springville's annual summer festival will include a parade of lights, fireworks, music and food vendors and a parade through the park.
The annual Utah Lake Festival, which aims to educate the public about the lake's improvement plans, will be packed this year.
The Draper City and Draper Community Foundation is hosting a free concert at the Draper Civic Center on Saturday, August 26, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The Summerfest Arts Faire will take place July 1-4 on the Utah State Capitol Building grounds and features a variety of art, live entertainment and food.
Cottonwood Heights - Butlerville Days (cancelled for 2020): The event will begin in Cotonwood and there will be a parade, events, entertainment, rodeo and fireworks at 9 am. Fairview Pioneer Days (cancelled for 2019), Ogden Pioneer Days (cancelled for 2018) and Cotonwoods Heights / Butler days (cancelled in 2020). Fair visits, rides and fireworks at the end of the day. WestFest this year will include a variety of crafts, music, food and entertainment from local artists and local businesses.
This family-oriented event allows you to walk along Emigration Creek and then take a festive commemorative walk through this beautiful Salt Lake City neighborhood.
The route starts at State Street, which runs along 200 East, turns south to 900 South, and then turns east into Liberty Park. The Temple - to - Temple Run takes its race in a different direction without the need to pull a hand cart, but the route starts at the temple and then turns east through Liberty Park.