Music Festival for a Purpose

Image Courtesy of Zion Canyon Music Festival – Tom Bennett will perform at the festival on Friday at 5:30.

Get ready for the ninth annual Zion Canyon Music Festival on Sept. 29 and 30 at a brand new location just up the road from the old location, the Majestic OC Tanner Amphitheater. Presented by Zion Events, Dixie State University and Porters Smokehouse and Grill, the festival’s main focus is to “promote and encourage the use of renewable energy and the development of renewable energy facilities in Southern Utah.” The event is for all ages.

You can expect to see talented artists such as: Gunlock Country, Tom Bennett, The Reals, Dj Lex, Dirty Bourbon River Show, Josh Warburton, Lisa Mac, Happy Dapples, Sean Hill, Raven Cain, Vivian Cook, El Dub, Jason Tyler Burton, Hot Buttered Rum and more!

They hope to create a fun and inexpensive experience by making the ticket prices as affordable as possible.

$10- Per Day General Admission

$5- Ages 1 to 4

Free for Ages 3 & Under

Tickets are limited. You can purchase tickets by following the link here

Image Courtesy of Zion Canyon Music Festival – DJ Lex, a local DJ and radio personality will be performing on Friday at 8:00.

Don’t forget Springdale residents and workers have the opportunity to get in at no charge on Friday, Sept. 29 thanks to the town of Springdale. Just bring ID or a pay stub to any of the entrances for free admission.

Food vendors and activities are yet to be announced. To get more information and updates you can go to

Enjoy the fun outdoor atmosphere, great food, music and company, for a purpose!’

Story by
Tatum Anderson for SUU News