Campfire Concerts in the Canyon: Full Tilt Boogie, food, education

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CEDAR CITY — As part of the Southwest Wildlife Foundation of Utah 2016 season of Campfire Concerts in the Canyon at Cedar Canyons, the second concert on Friday will feature Full Tilt Boogie. The public is invited to enjoy music, food and good company while being surrounded by the beautiful red canyons. And you might even learn something.

Food trucks are invited to arrive and set up at 6 p.m. Those with food trucks who are interested in participating should contact Nicole at 435-704-4046.

A short educational program by Bill Heybourne, assistant professor of biology at Southern Utah University, will take place at 6:30 and will include some native animals. Full Tilt Boogie will kick off at 7 p.m. at the campfire area, and free s’mores and face painting will take place throughout the evening.

Event details

  • What: Campfire Concert in the Canyon featuring Full Tilt Boogie
  • When: Friday, July 29
  • Where: Cedar Canyons | Head east on Center Street, 1.6 miles up state Highway 14. Look for signs, parking area and fence on the right side of the highway. 
  • What: Campfire Concert in the Canyon featuring Wilhelm
  • When: Friday, Aug. 26
  • Where: Cedar Canyons | Head east on Center Street, 1.6 miles up state Highway 14. Look for signs, parking area and fence on the right side of the highway.
  • What: Campfire Concert in the Canyon 
  • When: Friday, Sept. 30
  • Where: Cedar Canyons | Head east on Center Street, 1.6 miles up state Highway 14. Look for signs, parking area and fence on the right side of the highway.

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