The Southwest Wildlife Foundation in conjunction with Groovacious will host the third in its series of family-friendly outdoor CAMPFIRE CONCERTS IN THE CANYON on Friday, September 25th. The last and final Campfire Concert for the year will feature Wood, Skin & Steel of Southern Utah, Bottled Monkey of Southern Utah.These entertaining, fun, musical get-togethers feature local and touring talent and begin at 8:00PM and are free to the public.
The Southwest Wildlife Foundation Park is located 1 1/2 miles east of Cedar City’s Main Street, up Cedar Canyon on Highway 14. The campfire pit is found at the south side of Coal Creek toward the end of the walking path. Parking is available at the Wildlife Foundation sign and a walking bridge is located several yards to the west.
The musicians will be play from 8:30 PM to approximately 10:30 PM. The campfire concerts is a casual and impromptu experience and participants are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets, lanterns and flashlights, hotdogs, marshmallows and any other food for roasting. Drinks are also encouraged although alcoholic beverages are prohibited. There is some seating at the site. For additional information about The Campfire Concerts in the Canyon series, call 435-867-9800.