SHIVWITS RESERVATION — The Heart of Dixie is planning their biggest event yet: a full evening of music, bonfire dancing, vendors and camping on a 20-acre ranch located just outside St. George.
The event will take place Saturday, from 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. the next day, on Piute Indian Shivwits Tribe-owned land. Party-goers who plan to stay the night can bring camping gear at no extra cost.
“We have put a lot of money and energy into the development of this venue so that the environment will be very welcoming and inviting,” organizer Jared Keddington said.
Attendees must be over 18 years old to enter the festival and 21 years or older to drink. Anyone planning to drink will need to BYOB, as no alcoholic beverages will be sold at the event. Anyone in possession of alcohol must provide proof of age upon entering.
Music will be provided by DJ Bangarang, Misterkay, Jshades and more.
“Attendees will get a variety of music throughout the night,” Keddington said.
One thing organizers are excited about is that a portion of the proceeds from the event will be going toward the small community that resides on the reservation.
Pre-sale tickets are $10. Tickets sold at the gate will be $15, plus tax, and must be paid for in cash.
“I honestly believe it will be one of the biggest events we’ve produced here,” Keddington said. “I think people are really going to enjoy it.”
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