St. George Art Festival returns to Southern Utah over weekend
St.George, Utah – The 43rd St. George Art Festival transforms Historic Town Square into a two-day sensory overload for the anticipated thousands of visitors and presenters.
Including artists in painting, pottery, jewelry, photography, and sculpting, there will be something for everyone to see and do, including a hands-on creative area for budding artists.
“This annual event is one of our city’s crown jewels and is among the finest festivals in our part of the country,” said City Councilwoman Dannielle Larkin. “It’s like walking into an outdoor museum.”
The festival will be preceded by a first-ever Art Attack 1-Mile Run that is sure to work up an appetite for the competitors and spectators that can be satisfied by an extensive variety of food trucks.
Continuous entertainment will be offered on three stages moving festival-goers onto Tabernacle Street.
The St. George Art Festival is free of charge to enter on both April 15 and 16 and open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.