The 20th Annual Llama Fest will take place at the Krishna Temple and Utah Valley Llama Farm in Spanish Fork. Bring the whole family for a fun and educational experience.
The Llama Fest was originally conceived as an opportunity to highlight llamas and their owners in a cultural context of food, music, spinning and weaving demonstrations, music, dance, and competitions between the llamas and their handlers.
In addition, there will be continuous live music and dance on the outdoor stage, or you can venture over to see showcased Andean craft items like jewelry, rugs, shawls, carvings and clothing. Food booths will offer such south of the border favorites as chili, nachos, emphanadas, braised vegetables with fried curd, bread pudding, spicy wraps, and lemon mango fruit drinks.
The Llama Fest also features a baby llama corral where children can see them up close.
This festival offers more unique fun for families and friends than any other festival around!