2017 Festival

Josh Warburton: Saturday 3:00

Josh Warburton: Saturday 3:00

Hailing from sunny Southern Utah, Josh Warburton has been performing music onstage since he was a kid. Son of regional Blues standout Jesse James “Brother Music” Warburton, Josh grew up with many musical influences from Blues and Soul to Beatles and Zeppelin to Folk and Classic Rock. Bob Dylan, James Taylor and R.E.M were among the most influential artists to Josh’s style when he began writing his own songs at 15. Performing them and favorite…

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Lisa Mac: Saturday 3:30

Lisa Mac: Saturday 3:30

Lisa Mac has become known in Las Vegas for her powerful, soulful voice and poignant blues-rock songwriting. Recently playing at the Hard Rock Cafe on the Las Vegas Strip with her band, and chosen as one of ten bands to compete for a spot at Life Is Beautiful Festival 2017, Lisa Mac has been touring nationally including dates in Colorado and Utah, and more states to be announced.

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Happy Dapples: Saturday 4:00

Happy Dapples: Saturday 4:00

Happy Dapples is a two person acoustic act featuring vocal harmony and a revival of swing music. The band brings an energetic performance to a small stage with a modern take on early jazz. Guitarists/Vocalists Kimeon Young and Oskar Arevalo collaborate to write original music with unique style. The guys, hailing from Fort Collins, have appeared as a rock band with drummers, horn players, bassists and other instrumentalist and found that the attitude and vision…

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Sean Hill: Saturday 5:00

Sean Hill: Saturday 5:00

Sean Hill is a songwriter based in Zion National Park, Utah. At an early age, Sean developed a fascination with that “unnameable communication” that happens when a song is shared with the world. Major influences include Tracy Chapman, Mumford and Sons and The Lumineers. With big booming anthems to intimate Celtic campfire songs, Sean’s debut album “Stowaway” is currently in production.

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Raven Cain: Saturday 5:30

Raven Cain: Saturday 5:30

The long hair, the tattoos, the sunglasses, the hat, the no apologies—If You Want A Bad Boy, you found one, but you found one with heart and a passion rarely seen. Raven taps into a rock n’ roll like rebellious spirit, that reminds you of early Lynyard Skynyrd,and Guns N’ Roses in his “Southern Rock” sound. Raven was a touring musician all through the 90’s, with a song on the hit TV show Malcolm in…

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Vivian Cook: Saturday 6:30

Vivian Cook: Saturday 6:30

Vivian Cook is a Bay Area singer-songwriter. Her debut album, The Long Shot, produced by R. Walt Vincent (Pete Yorn, Liz Phair) was released by Omnivore Recordings this year. You should like her on Facebook and/or follow her on Instagram, if you feel so inclined. “Cook delivers idiosyncratic vocals and a steady stream of quotable lines that convey as much attitude as, say, the debuts from Elvis Costello and the Pretenders.” – No Depression “If…

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El Dub: Saturday 7:00

El Dub: Saturday 7:00

Lee “El Dub” Walsh: Lyric Extraordinaire, Musician, Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist, and Vocalist, with a love of music to no end and an even bigger passion to share it! El Dub is what you call a “looper” or “One man Band”. He plays all instruments live including, beat boxing, guitar, bass, keys and harmonizing vocals and loops them into layers that end up sounding like a full band with just one guy. El Dub uses the RC50…

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Jason Tyler Burton: Saturday 8:30

Jason Tyler Burton: Saturday 8:30

With a soulful voice and evocative lyrics, the Kentucky meets Wyoming twang of Jason Tyler Burton’s brand of folky Americana will make you lean in a little, and really listen. Over the course of 3 albums, festival appearances, and critical acclaim, Burton is carving out his own niche. His 3rd full length album, Lost Behind the Ranges, was released April 21, 2017.

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Hot Buttered Rum: Saturday 9:00

Hot Buttered Rum: Saturday 9:00

Hot Buttered Rum, originally conceived on a backcountry trip of high school and college buddies as a way to re-imagine Appalachian string band music from the vantage point of the High Sierra, has since found its way into the hearts, minds, and bodies of thousands. The group has toured the nation more times than its members can count, and yet still holds true to its goal to make California’s own acoustic music, full of desert…

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Young Living Essential Oils

Young Living Essential Oils

Young living essential oils and kits, homemade bath salts, foot scrubs, hand-crafted diffuser jewelry.

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Marti “Jam Lady”

Marti “Jam Lady”

Jam, jelly, cool wraps, wash clothes, scrubbies, flax bags and more.

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Glen Canyon Institute

Glen Canyon Institute

Glen Canyon Institute is a 21 year old science based advocacy organization working to restore a free flowing Colorado River through Glen Canyon and Grand Canyon. Our table will have information about our work and some stickers and apparel so you can represent your commitment to a restored Colorado River system.

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Essence of Elsewhere

Essence of Elsewhere

Essence of Elsewhere features a beautiful selection of batik and stonewash sun dresses, tops, blouses, pants and shirts. Raw crystals and stones. Crystal and semi-precious stone pendents. Earrings, bracelets, and accessories. Kids fuzzy animal hats. Our unique array of wares also include shawls, parasols, hand painted canvass & bamboo umbrellas, wooden and leather treasure boxes as well as Buddhist and Hindu figurines.

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Squatters Beers – Platinum Sponsor

Squatters Beers – Platinum Sponsor

“Although much has changed since the first Squatters beer was poured in 1989, we remain firmly dedicated to our original goal of providing our customers world-class handcrafted beer and food in a warm, friendly environment. As we have grown, we have continued to embrace our Triple Bottom Line philosophy of People Planet Profit, where supporting a healthy community is a priority.”

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Wasatch Beers – Platinum Sponsor

Wasatch Beers – Platinum Sponsor

“Where’s the beer? Where are the breweries?” Those were among the first thoughts Greg Schirf had after moving to Utah from Milwaukee in the early 80’s. Incredibly, drinking and brewing were all but forbidden. Greg took matters into his own hands and did what any self-respecting midwesterner would do: He started a brewery. Wasatch was the very first brewery in Utah – and one of the first craft brewers in all of the U.S. –…

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