03/22/2018 – 03/26/2018 all-day
Fillmore, Delta & Snake Valley, Utah
Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum
Fillmore, UT 84631
More than 30 seasoned storytellers will join forces with professional musicians, dancers and other collaborators to host the first-ever Old Capitol Storytelling Festival in the Central Utah communities of Fillmore, Delta and Snake Valley March 22 – 26. The event is being billed as a five-day celebration of Utah stories from the 1850s through today. Most events are free. For more information and a detailed schedule of events, visit www.oldcapitolstoryfest.com.
Highlights include 10 headliner concerts, tours of Utah historic sites, student assemblies, student storytelling contests, open mic sessions and opportunities for attendees to professionally audio record their own favorite stories. Concert headliners include such well-known Utahns as PBS producer Ken Verdoia, storytellers Sam Payne and Clive Romney, One Voice Children’s Choir, songwriters Cherie Call & Lyndy Butler, Native American Storyteller and flute player Nino Reyos and former Daughters of Utah Pioneers International President Maurine Smith.
The renowned One Voice Children’s Choir of America’s Got Talent fame will perform in two storytelling concerts at 1:00 pm and 2:15 pm Saturday, March 24 in the state-of-the-art Millard High School Auditorium at 200 Eagle Avenue. The concerts cost $5 each, with tickets available at the door or in advance. All other festival events are free.