Temple Square is open every day from 9A-9P. On your visit to Temple Square’s 35 acres, you will be able to see, feel, taste, touch and experience Mormon culture the pioneer heritage. Guided tours feature historic sites, interactive exhibits, art displays, 70-mm films, parks gardens. Also featured are the largest genealogy library of its kind in the world the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir Orchestra at Temple Square. Enjoy all of this in the heart of downtown SLC. Everyone welcome!
Looking for something to do in Salt Lake? The Utah Arts Festival draws more than 80k patrons each year! Don't miss the largest outdoor arts fest in the state that features visual, preforming, culinary artists.
This Saturday, the Downtown Farmers Market starts up! Don't miss it. Running each Saturday from 8am to 2pm (June 14 – October) and Tuesday evenings from 4pm to dusk (August – October) in Pioneer Park, the Market offers opportunities for local growers, food and craft artisans to display and sell their items to the public. The Farmers Market features more than 250 vendors, including farmers, growers, bakeries, prepared foods and beverages and local artists.
Drawing more than 80k patrons each year, the Utah Arts Festival is held downtown in Library Square & Washington Square. The Utah Arts Festival is the largest outdoor multi-disciplinary arts festival in the state and features 140-plus visual artist, more than 100 performing arts groups and nearly 20 culinary artists. Dozens of national and local performers will headline the festival and a number of events will take place during the four days, including a masquerade party & a Color Me Rad 5K…
Attracting over 60,000 visitors, Oktoberfest has grown to become one of the largest festivals in Utah. Oktoberfest includes Oktoberfest Halle featuring the tastes of Bavaria with entertainment from local and national German bands and yodelers. Admission is free, and there are plenty of food, entertainment, and, of course, beer, to go around.
Salt Lake’s 2014 Utah Pride Festival’s theme is “Love Equals Love,” with the ever-popular and colorful Utah Pride Parade on Sunday, June 8, beginning at 10 a.m. The expanded Festival grounds, located at Washington Square in the heart of downtown SLC, are open June 7-8 with an amazing entertainment line-up and more vendors than ever.