Spanish Fork Utah Events
We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting our third annual Spanish Fork Festival, the largest bull riding festival in the United States. This fun week of festive activities begins on August 6th and offers a variety of events, food, music, entertainment and more every evening from Monday to Friday. On August 3rd, a full day of live music and entertainment with live entertainment from local bands and musicians awaits you.
Activities include a Battle of the Bands contest with a grand prize of $7000 for the best band in the state of Utah and a host of other fun activities.
Saturday is a full day of fun events, including fireworks, live music, food trucks and more. As always, there will be fireworks with some of the best fireworks in the valley, as well as live entertainment from local bands.
Activities include live music from local bands, food trucks and more, as well as activities for children. Activities at Spanish Fork Park include music, dance, games, crafts and much more. Activities include eating, dancing, crafts and lots of fun for all ages and abilities.
There is a variety of entertainment events, including live music from local bands, food trucks and more, as well as craft and children's activities. Spanish Fork Park offers a wide range of activities for all ages, including music, dance, games, crafts and much more.
Masks are compulsory, but the social distance from the entrance to the park is at least 3.5 m. Free masks require social distances of no more than 5 meters, but no less than 20 feet.
Fans of the Fiesta Days Xtreme Bulls will want to arrive at the venue early in the morning to find a parking space nearby. Make sure your social distance is at least 3.5 metres before you can walk through and check if an extended ticket is required.
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Professional cowboys make a lot of money, travel relatively little and there is something for the whole family. Fiesta Days is one of the largest and most popular events in the city of Spanish Fork and includes a variety of free activities in and around the spring markets, including lights, parades and fireworks. The highlight of the event is a three-day rodeo on 22, 23 and 24 July. Taken together, the three rodeos take place in the week before the holidays, July 24, so there are fiesta days.
A world-class event will be added to the Fiesta Days celebration by giving away the fifth night of the rodeo to a local non-profit organization, the Spanish Chamber of Commerce.
The doors of the Arena will open on Saturday, June 4 at 5.30 p.m. and the Arena will be surrounded by stands with the best view of the right side of the venue. At certain events, there are floor seats around that are more expensive than the stands and offer an intimate view of the action.
The price of tickets may vary depending on the event and location. TicketSmarter offers event tickets that are cheaper than buying them directly at the Spanish Fork Arena ticket office. This gives you the opportunity to secure your tickets in advance without having to queue for hours or days at the ticket counters in the arena. You can also place your order online or by phone at 1 - 888 - 746 - 6451 while you are in the process of ordering, or place an order via Ticketsmarter.
TicketSmarter has put "xtreme" at $0.00- $0.00- with the average ticket price at $zero. 10 per family for a family farm, including wagon rides and donuts, plus $10 per family ticket for the event.
We have divided the types of activities into categories to help you find activities that are right for you and your family. The fairgrounds also host a variety of local events throughout the year, including the Utah State Fair, the Salt Lake City Zoo and many more. You can ride the carousel, see some animals (sometimes) and illuminate the zoo. Weekly activities include food, music, games, crafts, food trucks and more, as well as activities for the children.
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