Annual Events 

Community Festivals | Full Calendar

NOON MUSIC AT THE TABERNACLE

(First of May - mid-August)

Come and enjoy a free noon concert at the Logan Tabernacle, Monday through Friday, from the first Monday in June through mid-August. You will hear an amazing diversity of talent. It may be opera one day and bluegrass the next. Pick-up a schedule for the entire summer when you attend the first concert.

 

Logan Tabernacle

50 North Main, Logan

 

OLD EPHRAIM'S MOUNTAIN MAN RENDEZVOUS

(Memorial Day weekend)

Don't miss one of the largest gatherings of mountain men in the West. The event re-creates the adventure and rugged spirit of a bygone era. See primitive archery and shooting, kids games, candy canons, Dutch oven cooking, and Trader's Row (pre-1840).

 

Blacksmith Fork Canyon, Highway 101 east from Hyrum, UT

(435) 245-3778

 

CACHE VALLEY STORYTELLING FESTIVAL

(early-June)

Join us for a magical montage of adroit anecdotes, poetic palaver, tall tales, short stories and scintillating songs. Wholesome “Family Entertainment” that will tickle your innards, rattle your funny bone and introduce you to a uniquely diverse cultural heritage while giving pause for earnest reflection. 

(435) 770-8420

www.cachefest.com


WASATCH BACK RELAY

(mid-June)

This grueling 170-mile, 24-hour relay race starts in downtown Logan, climbs the steep Wasatch Mountains, and ends in Park City. Teams of 12 run past lakes, streams, and wildlife.
www.wasatchbackrelay.com

 

SUMMERFEST ARTS FAIRE

(Thurs.-Sat. of Father's Day weekend)
Stroll through canopies of shade trees in the shadow of the beautiful Logan Tabernacle as you shop at booths featuring Intermountain West artists. The music festival hosts well-known local and regional acts. Sample local food specialties such as Dutch oven cooking, Navajo tacos, and more.

 

Logan Tabernacle grounds
50 North Main, Logan
(435) 213-3858

www.logansummerfest.com

 

ART ON THE LAWN

(Last Saturday in June)
This interactive art show features 30-40 well know artists and artisans. It is held on 3 acres of shady lawn on one of Cache Valley’s first homesteads. The AVA hosts an art exhibit and silent auction in the historic home. Munch a tasty hot dog or enjoy an ice cream cone as you watch artists create their work. Musical entertainment runs throughout the day.

1491 East 2300 North
North Logan
(435) 752-4749
www.artonthelawn.net

 

MS 150 BIKE TOUR

(End of June)
This race is organized by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and is Utah's largest organized cycling event. It attracts more than 1,500 cyclists and 300 volunteers. Participants pedal 75 miles each day along the back roads of Cache Valley's scenic countryside. An optional, shorter route of 40 miles per day is also offered. This annual bike tour is designed to be a challenging ride for both the experienced biker and the energetic novice.

 

(801) 493-0113 or (800) 527-8116

www.fightmsutah.org

 

OLD LYRIC REPERTORY THEATRE

(June and July)
Summer performances feature actresses and actors from across the nation. Enjoy four plays--a comedy, drama, mystery, and musical.

 

Caine Lyric Theatre, 28 West Center, Logan

(435) 797-8022 or (435) 797-3040

 

UTAH FESTIVAL OPERA AND MUSICAL THEATRE

(July and August)
Enjoy lavish operas and Broadway musicals at the exquisite Ellen Eccles Theatre. Performers from around the world make Logan their summer home and present world-class productions.

 

(435) 750-0300 ext. 106 or (800) 262-0074

www.utahfestival.org

 

CACHE VALLEY CRUISE-IN

(First Saturday in July)
This is one of the largest and best vintage, hot rod, and collectible car shows in the western United States. The event draws car lovers from across the country. There are exhibit booths, entertainers, food, and a display of more than 1,000
cars and trucks. On Saturday evening, participants drive down Main Street for Logan's Run Parade.

 

Logan/Cache County Fairgrounds

400 South 500 West, Logan
(435) 563-3406
www.cachevalleycruisein.com

 

DAILY ADVENTURES OF THE AMERICAN WEST

(Tuesday - Saturday)
Celebrate our Western heritage as you enjoy historic reenactments, folk-life craftspeople, and a working blacksmith shop. You'll find a Native American village, a mountain man rendezvous, a military encampment, a pioneer settlement, heritage craft demonstrators, cowboy shoot-outs, a 1918 farm, a variety of farm animals, and a minature train ride.

 

American West Heritage Center

4025 South Hwy 89-91, Wellsville
(435) 245-6050 or (800) 225-FEST (3378)
www.awhc.org

 

UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC EVENTS

  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • Football 
  • Lacrosse
  • Gymnastics
  • Softball

(435) 797-0305

 

CELEBRATE AMERICA SHOW: "IN THE MILLER MOOD"

(September)
Don't miss this unique and delightful musical journey on the Chattanooga Choo Choo to travel back in time and experience the 1940s when Glenn Miller was known as “America’s Musical Patriot”, the nation was in the midst of WWII, patriotism soared, and the airwaves were filled with music that all America loved to dance to and listen to!
“IN THE MILLER MOOD” captures the exciting and timeless sound and style of the Big Band Era with the music of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman & Tommy Dorsey in a toe-tapping, fast-paced Broadway-style show featuring the lush harmonies of the Stardust Singers, the excitement of the Stardust Dancers and the brilliant Larry Smith Orchestra, with such hits as In the Mood, Orange Colored Sky, Moonlight Serenade, String of Pearls, Paper Doll, He’s 1-A in the Army, What Do You Do In The Infantry, Sing Sing Sing and many, many more! Tickets available with or without dinner

 

Logan, Utah is proud to be home to the Premier Big Band Entertainment in the Intermountain West - “In The Miller Mood” the Celebrate America Show!

Evan Stevenson Ballroom, Utah State University
(435) 753-1551
www.celebrateamericashow.com

 

LOTOJA

(1st Saturday in September)
Since 1983, Cache Valley has warmly welcomed thousands of LOTOJA Classic cyclists. LOTOJA is a bicycle race and also an acronym for Logan to Jackson. Its 206-mile course is incredibly scenic, especially grueling, and stands as the longest one-day USCF-sanctioned bicycle race in the country. Participants travel from all over the United States (and world) to test their physical and mental stamina on a course that climbs three mountain passes and nearly 10,000 feet. LOTOJA begins in Logan, Utah, weaves its way through southeastern Idaho, and finishes in the shadows of the Teton Mountain Range at Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

 

(801) 546-0090

www.lotojaclassic.com

 

TOP OF UTAH MARATHON

(3rd Saturday in September)
This scenic race is a qualifier for the Boston Marathon and begins at Hardware Ranch Elk Refuge, parallels the Blacksmith Fork River, and continues down the canyon into Cache Valley's small farming communities. Our fall mountain scenery makes this an unforgettable experience.

 

(435) 797-2638

www.topofutahmarathon.com

 

NORTH LOGAN PUMPKIN WALK

(October)
Since 1983, the North Logan Pumpkin Walk has been a Cache Valley Utah tradition! This free to the public event features dozens of displays created from pumpkins by local residents.

 

(435) 752-1310

www.pumpkinwalk.com

 

PICKLEVILLE PLAYHOUSE CHRISTMAS

(Thanksgiving - Christmas)
A delightful evening of holiday-themed live entertainment. Pickleville comes to Cache Valley during the Christmas season with an annual musical theatre production featuring their unique brand of family fun.

 

(435) 755-0968

www.picklevilleplayhouse.com