KAYSVILLE — Local musicians and artists will share their creative accomplishments at this year’s Arts & Music Festival on Saturday, June 14.
The festival, now in its fifth year, has grown in popularity with each year, according to Bekki Argyle, marketing coordinator for Kaysville Parks and Recreation.
This year’s festival will begin at 6 a.m. with Latin Jam. Participants at the early morning workout will receive a water bottle and refreshments.
Booths open at 11 a.m. and will run until 8 p.m., featuring food, art and artison vendors.
Organizers have planned a quilt display built around the theme, “Every Piece Tells A Story,” and winners will be announced in the “Imagination At Play” art contest sponsored by Bowman’s Grocery.
Throughout the afternoon, performances from groups such as Grassroots Shakespeare and La Barba, the state’s High School Battle of the Band winner, will take place.
Nashville recording artists Firefly will perform at 6:30 p.m., and Nathan Osmond at 7:30.
The day will end with a showing of Frozen, starting at dusk.
The annual event is held to showcase the area’s diverse blend of independent music, art, performance and culinary art, culture and community, according to a release.
The park is just east of downtown Kaysville, at 250 N. Fairfield Road.