The Festival Tent is set up on the lawn, beside the Colorado River, at Red Cliffs Lodge. Concertgoers may purchase Tent or Lawn tickets. Chairs are provided for tent seating. Concertgoers may bring a blanket or camp chairs for lawn seating.
Children under 6 (including infants) are welcome to join their parents in the lawn areas. Please help them to stay seated and quiet during the music so everyone can hear the performers on stage.
Tickets are non-refundable.
Program and artists subject to change without notice.
The free Festival shuttles depart by 4:45 pm from the Transit Hub parking lot, near Lions Park, at the junction of UT 191 and scenic Route 128, on the SOUTH side of Rte. 128. Please allow an extra 15 minutes to reach the Transit Hub due to planned construction this season. Free parking and pit toilets are available at the pick-up location. Shuttles depart from Red Cliffs Lodge to return to the Transit Hub immediately after the concert.
The tent will open at 5:30 pm.
Comfortable clothing suitable for the outdoor venue is recommended, including a light sweater or windbreaker as weather can be unpredictable.
No pets please.
Food and beverages will be available for purchase. The River Deck will be open from 4:30 - 6:00 pm, adjacent to the concert area, with no reservations required. No outside food or drink is allowed at the concert venue.
Dinner is also available pre- and post-concert at Red Cliffs' Cowboy Grill, inside Red Cliffs Lodge. For restuarant reservations, call Red Cliffs Lodge at 435-259-2002.
Patrons with special needs should contact the box office well in advance to arrange accommodations.
Formerly an historic Moab ranch, the scenic resort includes the Castle Creek Winery and the Cowboy Grill restaurant. This spectacular location and environs have appeared in numerous films and commercials. A free museum honoring the area’s cowboy and film heritage is located on site.