CEDAR CITY–Frontier Homestead State Park Museum and The Frontier Homestead Museum Foundation are pleased to announce the third annual Frontier Folk Festival in Cedar City, Utah, June 22-23. Original art, live music and traditional craft demonstrations combine to celebrate the diverse heritage of southern Utah. The Frontier Folklife Festival promises to be filled with remarkable talent.
“We’ve been talking about this idea for years,” said Todd Prince, Park Manager, in a release. “A couple years ago we introduced the festival, not knowing what the response would be. Overall, it was a good event. This year we hope to expand on our success, and offer an exceptional experience to the community and all our patrons.”
Applications are now being accepted. All interested artists and crafters must submit an electronic application, available athttps://frontierhomestead.org/folk-fest/.
Thanks to the generous support of the Cedar City/Brian Head Tourism & Convention Bureau (http://scenicsouthernutah.com), marketing and advertising will be extended to market areas in Las Vegas and the Wasatch Front, increasing the Folk Festival’s reach to a broad audience.
The Frontier Homestead Museum Foundation is looking forward to a diverse, quality show, and wish to thank its exhibiting artists and musicians in advance for helping to bring the arts in all of their forms to the residents of Iron County and beyond.
Questions can be directed to Festival Coordinator Todd Prince at (435) 586-9290, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caption: patrons peruse artist booths at the 2017 Folklife Festival