Festivals and events in Utah Valley offer jam packed fun for families, couples, anyone! Come enjoy some of the largest festivals in the West. Nestled in and around the mountains our festivals provide amazing vistas, weather, and first class entertainment.

Visit during winter, spring, summer or fall to find a wide array of fun-filled festivals and events in Utah Valley. In the winter, ski on the best snow on earth at Robert Redford's Sundance Resort and then screen films at the internationally acclaimed Sundance Film Festival. Then spring into Utah Valley with the Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Point, showcasing over 250,000 tulips in 100 varieties. Summer in Utah Valley explodes with excitement as we celebrate the 4th of July at America's Freedom Festival Stadium of Fire, one of the biggest Fourth of July firework productions in the country, featuring Brad Paisley and David Archuleta. In the fall, get lost and find your way out of a giant corn maze, cheer on pig races, and then shoot corn cannons and pumpkin blasters at the Cornbelly's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Fest at Thanksgiving Point.

For all the newest information on deals, packages, events and festivals in Utah Valley or to book a room visit utahvalley.com or contact us at 1-800-222-UTAH (8824).


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Feb. 19 - Feb. 20

Come out and watch the BYU Synthesis perform as part of the BYU Jazz Festival!… Read More

Feb. 20

The 3rd Annual Utah Dance Film Festival will feature over 40 films from 16 different countries. Films are in two categories: Pre-professional (or Student) and Professional. We will have 5 different screenings followed by a Network Hour and Awards Showcase at 4:30pm.… Read More

Feb. 27
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Eat like a Viking!  Enjoy some authentic Icelandic culture.  Join the Icelandic Association of Utah in celebrating Thorroblót 2013.    Thorroblót is Icelands annual end-of winter-solstice feast. This year we carry on this trad… Read More

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