Come to the Carbon Corridor for music, arts, crafts and more this summer

As it all reopens, one of the things people are most excited about is the return of live music. Getting together with loved ones and new friends and enjoying the summer sun, what more could you ask for?

There is nothing quite like basking in the sun while listening to live music and the Carbon Corridor has plenty of tracks to make your summer rock. From symphony orchestras, cover bands and local talent, you won’t want to miss any of the many opportunities to explore the Corridor while playing to tunes.

Saturday Vibes Help

On behalf of the founders of Park City Silly Market, we’re excited to announce the new music event here in the Corridor. Helper Vibes takes over Helper’s Main Street on Saturdays July 24 and 31, August 14 and September 4 and transforms the neighborhood into a perfect hangout for the whole family.

Enjoy a collection of regionally renowned bands, a full beer garden, handpicked local artisans, delicious food vendors, and local businesses that make Main Street their home. Want to take the kids? Children will have fun in the inflatable house, participate in crafts or even learn all about recycling at one of our zero waste stations presented by Recyclops.

Come to the Carbon Corridor for music, arts, crafts and more this summer
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City Culture Connection Award

Looking for a way to unwind in the middle of the week? Price City Culture Connection offers live music every Thursday in July and August. It’s the perfect opportunity to pack a picnic and relax in the Price Peace Gardens while listening to artists like Sha’la, Kelly Vogrinec and more.

It’s a perfect event for the whole family. Kids have access to bouncy houses, face painting, and the chance to see the race cars on our own Desert Thunder Raceway. Foodies can enjoy a wide range of options from delicious food trucks and local vendors.

Come to the Carbon Corridor for music, arts, crafts and more this summer
Photo: Layne Miller

Helper Arts and Music Festival

Following the cancellation of the 2020 festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Helper hopes to make the Helper Arts and Music Festival 2021 the best yet. Helper’s rich artistic history makes it a perfect location for this festival which celebrates support for local artists, education and access to art for all. This year’s festival will be held in downtown Helper from August 20-22.

From indie to rock, pop and more, whatever your musical taste, you can find something to do on the main stage at Main Street Park. This event will make you feel like you are inspired after visiting the Artists’ Market, where you can watch live paintings, sculptures, sketches and more. In addition to artist exhibits and live music, visitors can look forward to arts and crafts activities, a children’s art yard, vintage car show, and films from the Butch Cassidy Film. Festival.

City International Days Prize

This fan favorite event has a bit of everything for everyone from July 29-31. Throughout the weekend, listen to bands on the main stage, watch the carnival games, and take a peek at some amazing classic cars before taking part in the annual burnout competition!

The Rio theater in Helper

This recently renovated theater is a music lover’s dream. Throughout the year, you can enjoy live music with an updated sound system, lights, and comfortable seating at this historic venue.

Come to the Carbon Corridor for music, arts, crafts and more this summer
Photo: Carbon corridor

1st Annual Hardscrabble Music Festival

Join us for the first annual Hardscrabble Music Festival! We team up with Cathy Mason from Long Beach, Calif., Who has over 30 years of experience not only in rock and roll touring, but also in producing live festivals.

On August 28 and 29, guests can enjoy three live stages with performers from across the West Coast and beyond. We offer a wide variety of rock and roll, folk, country and more. There will be food, drink, artists and artisans, a beer garden and plenty of local shopping and gallery offerings on Main Street in Helper.

Utah Symphony Forever Mighty Tour

Join us as the Utah Symphony crosses the state for its “Forever Mighty® Tour” celebrating Utah’s 125th anniversary, its rugged natural beauty and Western heritage. Music Director Thierry Fischer conducts free outdoor shows with the Utah Symphony in Wellsville, Helper, Bryce Canyon, Kanab and Springdale. For your free ticket and reservation, please visit https://utahsymphony.org/events/2021/11069/#ticket-information

So, whatever type of music you’re looking for, or when you’re looking to experience all that Carbon Corridor has to offer, we’ve got you ready with the best tracks. Learn more and start planning your trip today at www.carboncorridor.com.

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