The Days of '47 parade is Utah's biggest parade, and many families camp out on the streets the night before to ensure a great seat to catch it all the following morning.
Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 9 a.m.
Route starts at South Temple and State Street running east to 200 East, turns south to 900 South, then turns east to Liberty Park at 600 East in Salt Lake City.
Free, Televised on KSL 5
One of Salt Lake City's biggest Native American Celebrations includes in intertribal powwow, music, dancing, crafts, food and celebrity appearances.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Liberty Park, 1100 S. 600 E.
Food/craft booths 7 a.m. until fireworks
12 Noon until Fireworks
Powwow $5 (under 6 & over 65 Free)
All other events/activities free
This is the Place to Celebrate! Pioneer Days at This is the Place Heritage Park begins with a flag raising ceremony and ends with the bang of a candy cannon!
Enjoy some of the same activities that brought joy to the weary pioneers following their long journey.
- Pie eating contest
- Candy cannon
- Youth parade
- Foot races
- Train rides
Wednesday, July 24, 2013, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
This is the Place Heritage Park
2601 East Sunnyside Ave.
$10 Adults, $ 7 Seniors and Children, 2 and under free