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North Salt Lake Independence Day - North Salt Lake
Freedom Fire Celebration - Logan
Morgan County 4th of July Celebration - Morgan
2017 North Ogden Cherry Days - Ogden
Huntsville Independence Day Celebration 2017 - Huntsville
Kaysville's 4th of July Activities - Kaysville
2017 Layton Liberty Days - Layton
Centerville's 4th of July Celebration 2017 - Centerville
West Bountiful Independence Day Celebration - Bountiful
4th of July at Snowbird - Snowbird
2017 Liberty Days - Salt Lake City
SLC Events Fireworks Show - Salt Lake City
July 4th Celebration with America Concert - Salt Lake City
Sugar House 4th of July Fireworks - Salt Lake City
South Salt Lake's July 4th Parade & Festival - Salt Lake City…
From our world-famous reservoirs and lakes, to superb whitewater rafting and fishing, northern Utah offers some spectacular options for water-lovers.
In terms of water skiing, wake boarding, and speed boating, Utah Lake, Deer Creek, Jordanelle, Strawberry, and Flaming Gorge reservoirs, offer innumerable boating options with shaded picnic areas, nearby restaurants, practical amenities, and excellent campgrounds. In addition to boating, options include protected areas for swimming, stand up paddleboarding, kayaking, rowing, and kite surfing.
For anglers, the Provo River, which also feeds the Deer Creek and Jordanelle reservoirs, is home to rainbow and brown trout that average 14-18 inches in length. You can also find black crappie, bluegill and…
With dreamy flower archways, kids herb gardens, and sweeping views of the lush Salt Lake Valley below, Red Butte Garden is one of our city's greatest nooks for picnicking, outdoor music, and engaging family fun. In the summer months the garden plays hosts to summer camps, flower tours, botany lectures, and its world-famous outdoor concert series. Here's what's in bloom and the concert line up.
Concert Line Up
- May 23 - Jethro Tull By Ian Anderson
- June 2 - Trey Anastasio Band
- June 4 - The Taj Mahal & Keb'Mo' Band
- June 18 - Dispatch
- June 20 - Jason Mraz and His Superband
- June 28 - Santana
- July 6 - Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
- July 13 - Amos Lee
- July 14 - North Mississippi Allstars
- July 20 - Mary Chapin Carpenter
Once a lawless frontier town, Ogden maintains a fiercely independent spirit, but now with a more focused mountain-to-metro personality. Ogden is rugged and rustic with an urban chill. Named one of the Best Places for Business and Careers and Fastest Growing City in America by Forbes magazine, Ogden offers the amenities of a city with the backyard access to one-of-a-kind outdoor recreation. Corporate headquarters of national brands including Browning Firearms, Swift Trucking, and ATK, and bordered by Ben Lomond Peak, Mount Ogden and Strawberry Peak, Ogden is a thriving economic center with a revitalized downtown and grand natural skyscrapers.
With 38 recreational parks in the local area, Ogden has a playground for everyone. Whether it is rock…
The 2017 Sundance Film Festival starts the 19th, and we’ve got our cameras ready to snap shots of all those famous folk who are mingling outside the places we usually buy coffee. While Sundance brings film, art, and culture, it can also be a bit of a nuisance…especially if you have a car to park. Here are some tips to enjoying the fest and avoiding the hassle.
If you can, ditch the car.
It’s impossible to drive, park, buy gas, etc… during Sundance. For fun, we recommend renting a fat tire bike at White Pine Touring. It facilitates travel, allows you to people watch, makes you feel really good about reducing your carbon footprint, and it’s fun! Or, utilize Park City’s extensive bus system. While it is possible to walk between many of the…
Home of the recently dubbed “Silicon Slopes” (IT, software development, hardware manufacturing, and research firms along the Wasatch Front), Salt Lake City is a pretty big deal. The Downtown area offers a plethora of entertainment, culture and diversion for every lifestyle and interest. Explore Salt Lake City and find out why YOU love it.
The downtown area of Salt Lake City is very pedestrian friendly and the grid layout of the streets makes it easy to navigate.
Within the downtown area, UTA allows passengers to ride both the bus and the train at no cost: The “free fare zone” is the area within the State Capitol to the north, 200 East, 500 South and Salt Lake Central Station to the west.…
All month: The Glass Menagerie at Pioneer Theater
All month: Riding In Style at Union Station-Ogden
11/2-12: The Importance Of Being Earnest at Pardoe Theatre-BYU
11/3: Rush - Time Stand Still at Various locations
11/3: Artrageous - The Immersive Fusion Of Art, Music And Dance at Covey Center/Arts-Provo
11/3-12: Performing Dance Company at Marriott Center for Dance-U of U
11/4: Goo Goo Dolls at Eccles Theater
11/4: Willie Wonka at Scera Center for the Arts-Orem
11/4-13: Ballet West - Madame Butterfly at Capital Theatre
11/5: Elephant & Piggie’s We Are In A Play! at Kingsbury Hall
11/10-13: Disney On Ice - Passport To Adventure! at Vivint Smart Home Arena
The convergence of Utah’s lauded business climate and tech business ecosystem, have brought a new energy to Utah beyond its world-famous tourist attractions such as its five national parks and world class ski resorts.
#1 BEST STATE FOR BUSINESS (Forbes Magazine, 6x winner)
#1 PRO BUSINESS STATE (Fortune Magazine)
#1 TOP STATE FOR BUSINESS (Forbes Magazine, 3x winner)
#1 STATE FOR SMALL BUSINESS (Pew Center for Research)
#1 BEST BUSINESS CLIMATE (WSJ)
#1 TECH CONCENTRATION & DYNAMISM (Wired Magazine)
With this foundation of pro-business support from state leadership, Utah has attracted some of the leading companies in the world including: Delta, eBay, Skullcandy, Goldman Sachs, Adobe, American Express, Boeing,…
Nestled in the south end of the Salt Lake Valley between the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains is a beautiful slice of suburban life known as South Jordan, or “SoJo” to the locals. Settled in 1859 by Alexander and Catherine Beckstead, South Jordan was primarily a rural farming community when it became an incorporated town in 1935. Today, South Jordan has grown to a population in excess of 67,000 as homes have steadily replaced farmland making it the 5th fastest growing city in the nation.
Although recent residential development has ballooned, the city has available horse properties and a large equestrian center. The city’s commitment to maintaining the natural beauty in and around the city, including open spaces and the green belt along