Fun Festivals & Events Happening in Utah in June
Salt Lake areaMondays: Draper Summer Concerts in the ParkDraper City and the Draper Community Foundation will hold free concerts every Monday in June from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Draper City Historic Park, 12625 S. 900 East.
- June 3: Killer Keys Dueling Pianos
- June 10: Slick Rock Gypsy
- June 17: Vision
- June 24: Red Desert Ramblers
June 7–9: Highland Games and Scottish FestivalCelebrate Scottish heritage with dancing, piping, drumming, vendors and more at the Utah Highland Games and Scottish Festival, held at the Utah State Fair Park, 155 N. 1000 West in Salt Lake City. Tickets are $15 for people 65 and older, as well as students 12 to 18 years old. Active military with a current Geneva Conventions ID and children 11 and under can attend for free. Tickets are $20 for adults.June 8: Holi Festival of ColorsThis year’s Holi Festival of Colors will be held 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Krishna Temple, 965 E. 3370 South in Salt Lake City. The event will include interactive dance, live mantra bands, DJs, yoga, food and color throws. Online registration costs $6.50. Outside colors are not allowed, but bags of color can be purchased within the festival for $3 each.June 13–15: WestFestThis year’s WestFest will include a parade, carnival, local entertainment, food, fireworks and more, all at Centennial Park in West Valley, 5405 W. 3100 South.June 15: Utah Asian FestivalThe 42nd Utah Asian Festival is free to the public and will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Mountain America Expo Center, 9575 S. State St. in Sandy. Check the website as the event nears for more information.June 14–15: Utah Blues FestivalThe fifth annual Utah Blues Festival, held at the Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main St. in Salt Lake City, benefits the nonprofit Utah Blues Society. The festival showcases national and local blues artists and offers workshops and a youth showcase. Tickets start at $35 and can be purchased here.June 20–23: Utah Arts FestivalCelebrate the performing, visual and literary arts at the Utah Arts Festival, held at Library (200 E. 400 South) and Washington (451 S. State St.) squares. Tickets start at $8; children 12 and younger get in free. Events start at noon and go until 11 p.m. Check out the full schedule here.June 27–29: Taylorsville DayzzTaylorsville Dayzz will be held at Valley Regional Park, 5100 S. 2700 West, and will include live entertainment, a parade, a car show, carnival rides, a “Ralph Breaks the Internet” screening, fireworks and more. Most activities are free.June 29: LOVELOUDKesha will headline the third LOVELOUD festival, the brainchild of Imagine Dragons frontman Dan Reynolds. Other performers include Tegan & Sara, Martin Garrix, K. Flay and more. The event will be held at Usana Amphitheater, 5150 Upper Ridge Rd in West Valley City. Tickets for the festival, which begins at 2:30 p.m., start at $29 and can be purchased here. Proceeds benefit local and national LGBTQ+ charities.
Utah ValleyJune 1: Utah Lake FestivalThe annual Utah Lake Festival, aimed at educating the public about lake improvement plans and encouraging outdoor recreation, will be packed to bursting this year with activities like a sailboat regatta, live music, boat rides, educational booths and fishing instruction. Food trucks will be on premises. The event will be held at Utah Lake State Park, 4400 W. Center St. in Provo, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission is free.June 1: Pop ConUtah Valley’s Pop Culture Convention is an opportunity to celebrate pop culture, anime, games and cosplay in a fan-oriented environment. Tickets start at $18; children 8 and younger can enter for free. Pop Con will be held at the Utah Valley Convention Center, 220 W. Center St. in Provo, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Find the full schedule here.June 1–8: Springville Art City DaysSpringville’s annual celebration of summer will include carnivals, parades, a balloon festival, live entertainment, food and plenty of activities for the entire family. Most events are free to the public; find the entire schedule on the Art City Days website.June 3–8: Cedar Hills Family FestivalThis year’s festival includes a family swim night, golf and pickleball tournaments, an adventure zone, children’s activities, an outdoor movie, a parade and more, finally closing out with a free fireworks spectacular at 10 p.m. on June 8 at Mesquite Park, N Mesquite Way. Some events are free; others require tickets. Find more info here.June 10–15: Orem SummerfestCelebrate Orem’s centennial with a special Summerfest, featuring a carnival and pool party, live entertainment, balloon art, face painting and more. Most activities are free to attend; buy tickets for the pool party here. Summerfest will be held at 56 N. State Street. Presale carnival tickets can be purchased at the Orem Public Library.June 10–15: Saratoga Splash DaysSaratoga Springs’ annual celebration is jam-packed with family friendly events including a carnival, water party, picnic, movie night, battle of the bands, live entertainment, fireworks and more. Most events will be held at Neptune Park, 452 W. 400 North. Buy presale carnival wristbands for $25 at the library until June 8 or at the Civic Events booth at Neptune Park on June 10–11. Ticket packages for individual rides start at $12.June 15–16: 11th Annual Snowbird BrewfestThis year’s Brewfest will feature more than 30 local and regional beers, as well as live music and more than 20 crafters and vendors. Additionally, the Father’s Day BBQ on June 16 will feature potato salad, hamburgers, BBQ-braised St. Louis ribs, jerked chicken, shaved ice and more. Tickets for the Brewfest start at $10.June 15–22: Pleasant Grove Strawberry DaysStrawberry Days is said to be the longest-running celebration in the state, with events including a carnival, live entertainment, car show, rodeo, parade, pie-eating contest and all the strawberries you can get your hands on. Many events are free; find ticketing and location information on the Strawberry Days website.June 22–30: Lehi Round-Up WeekEnjoy events like a picnic in the park, art shows, a barbecue, miniature float parade and more at Lehi’s Round-Up Week, culminating in a weekend rodeo. Locations and pricing vary by event; find more info here.
Northern UtahMay 31–June 2: Ogden Music FestivalTickets start at $40 for this year’s Ogden Music Festival, held at Fort Buenaventura, 2450 A Avenue. In addition to enjoying traditional music outdoors, attendees can visit the petting zoo and participate in a variety of outdoor-themed activities. Children and teens age 16 and younger can attend for free. Find the full lineup here.June 8: Brigham City Arts FestivalGather at Bill of Rights Plaza, 20 N. Main St., to view work by heritage and contemporary artists. There will also be live music, food trucks, a quilt show, kids games and a bike decorating contest and parade. Admission is free and the event starts at 10:30 a.m.June 8–9: Ogden Arts FestivalEnjoy a diverse array of performances and a variety of art-related activities at this year’s Ogden Arts Festival, at Union Station, 2501 Wall Avenue. Check the website for more detailed information as the event draws near.June 13–15: Summerfest Arts FaireThe Summerfest Arts Faire will be held in Historic Downtown, 50 N. Main St. in Logan, and feature a variety of art, live entertainment and food. Check the website as the event nears for up-to-date information.June 21–22: South Ogden DaysThe 20th anniversary celebration of South Ogden Days will be particularly active, featuring golf, mud volleyball, spikeball and pickleball tournaments; the Spartan Challenge; a 5K and Kids K Sunset Glow race; the South Ogden’s Got Talent competition; a battle of the bands, outdoor movie, parade, carnival, live entertainment and fireworks. South Ogden Days will be held at Friendship Park, 692 E. 5500 South. Most activities are free; check the site for a full lineup.June 28–Aug. 10: Deer Valley Music FestivalThe Deer Valley Music Festival is the summer home of the Utah Symphony. This year’s festival kicks off with Chris Botti and the Utah Symphony on June 28 at the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, 2250 Deer Valley Dr. in Park City. Tickets start at $15.
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