Frontier Homestead State Park Museum and the Frontier Homestead Museum Foundation are pleased to bring the first annual Frontier Folk Festival to Cedar City, Utah, June 17-18, 11–8pm each day.
Original art, live music, traditional craft demonstrations, and a horseshoe tournament combine to celebrate the diverse heritage of southern Utah. The Frontier Folk Festival promises to be filled with remarkable talent. Featured bands include Stillhouse Road, Wilhelm, The Red Hill Rangers, Hen Hao Fiddlers, The Sonoran Dogs, and Marty Warburton and Homegirls.
For horseshoe enthusiasts, the tournament will take place on Saturday, with Junior level (under 14) starting at 11:00 a.m., and Adult level (14 and up) beginning at 1:00 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for first and second places.
“We’ve been talking about this idea for years,” says Todd Prince, Park Manager. “Working with our Museum Foundation, we finally decided to take the leap and offer a new experience to the community and all our patrons. It will be a great event for anyone attracted to history, the visual arts and folk music.” Festival Coordinator, Sandi Levy, added, “The Foundation is simply thrilled to offer this family friendly experience to the community. It is a golden opportunity for us all to experience our heritage!”
The Frontier Homestead Museum Foundation is looking forward to a diverse, high quality show, and wish to thank its exhibiting artists, musicians, demonstrators and food purveyors in advance for helping to bring the arts in all of their forms to the residents of Iron County and beyond. The Foundation Board also wishes to extend a special thank you to the Cedar City • Brian Head Tourism Bureau for their support in helping to advertise the festival throughout the western U.S. A list of all Folk Festival sponsors can be found here.
For more information call the Park at (435) 586-9290, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Frontier Homestead State Park Museum is located at 635 North Main in Cedar City, Utah.