Utah City Festivals 2021

2020 canceled all of the local city events, so we are so excited for 2021 where most communities are hosting their city summer festivals again. We look forward to our local Lehi Round-up and the week long activities every year, so we gathered a huge list of city festivals throughout Utah. We want you to have fun and enjoy your community, too. Sometimes we visit neighboring city events, too, because many of these city festivals host FREE activities. This is our list for the 2021 City Festivals in Utah.

This list has grown over the years thanks to readers sharing about their local festivals, so if we missed your city, leave us a comment with the information, and we will add it to the list. Happy Summer!

Please be aware that many of these events can be canceled at a moments notice due to a change in Covid restrictions, so make sure to check the current status on individual city websites.

We love the parades in the City Festivals.

Rich County

Bear Lake Raspberry Days in Garden City (August 5-7)

Cache County

Richmond Black and White Days in Richmond (May 11-15)

SummerFest Arts Faire in Logan (June 17-19)

Clarkston Pony Express Day in Clarkston (June 26)

Star Spangled Celebration in Hyrum (July 3-5)

For a list of other events in Cache County, use this link.

Box Elder

Peach Days in Brigham City (September 10-11)

Davis County

Farmington Festival Days in Farmington (July 6-10)

Clearfield 4th of July Events in Clearfield (July3-4)

Bountiful Handcart Days in Bountiful (July 24–just fireworks this year)

Layton FEST in Layton (Fridays from July 9-Aug 27)

Salt Lake County

SoJo SummerFest in South Jordan (Sept 13-18)

Fort Herriman Days in Herriman (June 21-26)

Taylorsville Dayzz in Taylorsville (June 24-26)

Riverton Town Days in Riverton (July 2-3)

Draper Days in Draper (no dates yet)

Butlerville Days in Cottonwood Heights (July 19-24)

Days of 47 in Salt Lake City centered around Pioneer Day (July 15-23)

Harvest Days in Midvale (Aug 2-Aug 7)

Old West Days in Bluffdale (August 9-14)

Sandy Balloon Festival (August 13-14)

Sandy Heritage Festival (September 11)

It is fun to be part of the community.

Sanpete County

Scandinavian Heritage Festival in Ephraim (May 28-29)

Utah County

Pony Express Days in Eagle Mountain (June 2-5)

Family Festival in Cedar Hills (June 1-5)

Art City Days in Springville (June 5-12)

Saratoga Splash in Saratoga Springs (June 7-12)

Orem Summerfest in Orem (June 7-12)

Strawberry Days in Pleasant Grove (June 12-20)

Lehi Round-up in Lehi (June 20-26)

Freedom Festival in Provo (July 2-5)

Provo Balloon Fest (July 2-5) Part of the Freedom Festival in Provo

Steel Days in American Fork (July 5-10)

Scottish Festival in Payson (July 9-10)

Fiesta Days in Spanish Fork (July 17-24)

Highland Fling in Highland (Aug 2-7)

Orchard Days in Santaquin (July 31 – August 7)

Lindon Days in Lindon (July 31-Aug 7)

Alpine Days in Alpine (August 6-14)

Payson Onion Days in Payson (Sep 3 – 6)

The Provo Balloon Fest is on of our favorite events, but it is bright and early, so go to bed early.

Wasatch County

Swiss Days in Midway (Sep 3 – 4)


Peach Days in Hurricane (Sep 2 – 4)

Weber County

Cherry Days in North Ogden (June 28- July 2)

Pioneer Days in Far View City (July 20-24)

Roy Days in Roy (Aug 6-7)

Lots of the city festivals have rodeos, which are fun for the whole family.

We hope you have a wonderful summer in Utah. If you need some other adventure ideas, check out our Free Summer Fun in Utah post.

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  1. Kathy Rawlings

    Looking for more EPiC festivals in Utah RedStone – Highland Games & Festival in St George draws thousands annually. This annual traditional Scottish heritage festival is free & fun for the whole family. Features kilted Scottish highland athletics (cabers, hammers & stones flying), Salt Lake Scots bagpipe band, Celtic Marketplace, axe throwing, Fun Time inflatables and in 2022 – Special guest band ‘The Fire’. Check it all out @www.RedStone highland games.com & come join us April 8-9th in sunny St George Utah!

    1. Natalie Ockey

      Thank you. We will add it to the list.