(AKA Wasatch Mountain Music Festival)
TedFest is a family-friendly Utah music festival offering a mix of contemporary and traditional roots-based music. Here you will find the best of Bluegrass, Acoustic, Contemporary, Folk, Americana, Blues, Jazz, Old-time, Country, and Singer-Songwriter music. TedFest includes food vendors, camping and amazing musical artists featured on the festival main stage. The event also includes an instrument competition, a singer-songwriter competition, and a workshop stage. Additionally, there is complimentary access available for the world class Richard W. Erickson Antique and Classic Power Museum on Saturday. RV & Tent Camping are welcomed. Join us for one of the best Utah family activities of the summer!
Friday – Single Day Pass: $40
Saturday – Single Day Pass: $55
Friday/Saturday – Weekend Pass: $80
Camping (per person): $20
Children 16 and Younger are Free (Including Camping)
TedFest (aka Wasatch Mountain Music Festival) has been fortunate to host world-class bands for years. Featuring local favorites such as Murphy and the Giant, Folk Hogan, Mike Iverson & The Blue Sage Band, Copper Kettle and more, this Utah music festival also has national headliners like Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band or Rebecca Frazier and Hit & Run. With this kind of talent, TedFest should not be left off of your summer schedule.
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This Utah family activity is more than a music festival. On Saturday there will be fun scheduled for everyone. Here are a few of the activities:
Camping is only $20 per person
Children 16 and under free