Events for Holiday Events and Markets

Pumpkin Nights

Join us at Pumpkin Nights, the highly anticipated Most Delightful Halloween Tradition launches in Salt Lake City this October. Taking place at the Utah State Fairpark, Pumpkin Nights invites visitors to experience the essence of Halloween while walking through ten immersive lands created with over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins. The outdoor, family friendly Halloween walkthrough will be open for 17 days—kicking off on Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 29. Pumpkin Nights will feature immersive installations, such as Pumpkin Passage—a nod to Harry Potter’s Great Hall, Rum River Pirates—the tropical island land where pirates protect the pumpkin treasure, Dia de los Muertos—where a pumpkin mariachi band serenades visitors, and sugar skulls hang overhead, and The Great Pumpkin Reef—an underwater pumpkin marvel, filled with bubbles, mermaids, and coral. The Pumpkin Nights festival will be offering a variety of food, seasonal beverages, movie screenings, and activities for the whole family. Tickets are sold for specific dates and times. Children three and under are free, kids (4-12) and seniors (60+) are $16, and adults are $20. Family Packs, includes two adult and two kid tickets, are available for $64. Weeknight specials are also available—featuring deals for Monday through Thursday—visit www.PumpkinNights.com for more details. When: Friday, October 13 – Sunday, October 29 Sunday to Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 6:30 p.m. to Midnight Where: Utah State Fairpark 1000 W Salt Lake City, UT 84116


Pumpkin Nights

Join us at Pumpkin Nights, the highly anticipated Most Delightful Halloween Tradition launches in Salt Lake City this October. Taking place at the Utah State Fairpark, Pumpkin Nights invites visitors to experience the essence of Halloween while walking through ten immersive lands created with over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins. The outdoor, family friendly Halloween walkthrough will be open for 17 days—kicking off on Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 29. Pumpkin Nights will feature immersive installations, such as Pumpkin Passage—a nod to Harry Potter’s Great Hall, Rum River Pirates—the tropical island land where pirates protect the pumpkin treasure, Dia de los Muertos—where a pumpkin mariachi band serenades visitors, and sugar skulls hang overhead, and The Great Pumpkin Reef—an underwater pumpkin marvel, filled with bubbles, mermaids, and coral. The Pumpkin Nights festival will be offering a variety of food, seasonal beverages, movie screenings, and activities for the whole family. Tickets are sold for specific dates and times. Children three and under are free, kids (4-12) and seniors (60+) are $16, and adults are $20. Family Packs, includes two adult and two kid tickets, are available for $64. Weeknight specials are also available—featuring deals for Monday through Thursday—visit www.PumpkinNights.com for more details. When: Friday, October 13 – Sunday, October 29 Sunday to Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 6:30 p.m. to Midnight Where: Utah State Fairpark 1000 W Salt Lake City, UT 84116


Pumpkin Nights

Join us at Pumpkin Nights, the highly anticipated Most Delightful Halloween Tradition launches in Salt Lake City this October. Taking place at the Utah State Fairpark, Pumpkin Nights invites visitors to experience the essence of Halloween while walking through ten immersive lands created with over 3,000 hand-carved pumpkins. The outdoor, family friendly Halloween walkthrough will be open for 17 days—kicking off on Friday, October 13 through Sunday, October 29. Pumpkin Nights will feature immersive installations, such as Pumpkin Passage—a nod to Harry Potter’s Great Hall, Rum River Pirates—the tropical island land where pirates protect the pumpkin treasure, Dia de los Muertos—where a pumpkin mariachi band serenades visitors, and sugar skulls hang overhead, and The Great Pumpkin Reef—an underwater pumpkin marvel, filled with bubbles, mermaids, and coral. The Pumpkin Nights festival will be offering a variety of food, seasonal beverages, movie screenings, and activities for the whole family. Tickets are sold for specific dates and times. Children three and under are free, kids (4-12) and seniors (60+) are $16, and adults are $20. Family Packs, includes two adult and two kid tickets, are available for $64. Weeknight specials are also available—featuring deals for Monday through Thursday—visit www.PumpkinNights.com for more details. When: Friday, October 13 – Sunday, October 29 Sunday to Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 6:30 p.m. to Midnight Where: Utah State Fairpark 1000 W Salt Lake City, UT 84116


Amahl and the Night Visitors & A Christmas Carol

Experience two fantastic operettas in one evening with this combination of “Amahl and the Night Visitors” and “A Christmas Carol”. In act one, meet Amahl, a disabled boy who can only walk with a crutch and who has a problem with telling tall tales. When three splendidly dressed kings, the Magi on their way to witness the birth of the Christ child, appear at his door seeking rest, Amahl and his mother are amazed to learn of the purpose of the three king’s journey. In act two enjoy an original opera by Utah locals Mike Leavitt and Anthony Buck in a new adaptation of the beloved Dickens classic, “A Christmas Carol”. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge as he learns the importance of generosity and kindness after being shown his past, present, and future on one Christmas Eve.


Amahl and the Night Visitors & A Christmas Carol

Experience two fantastic operettas in one evening with this combination of “Amahl and the Night Visitors” and “A Christmas Carol”. In act one, meet Amahl, a disabled boy who can only walk with a crutch and who has a problem with telling tall tales. When three splendidly dressed kings, the Magi on their way to witness the birth of the Christ child, appear at his door seeking rest, Amahl and his mother are amazed to learn of the purpose of the three king’s journey. In act two enjoy an original opera by Utah locals Mike Leavitt and Anthony Buck in a new adaptation of the beloved Dickens classic, “A Christmas Carol”. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge as he learns the importance of generosity and kindness after being shown his past, present, and future on one Christmas Eve.


Holiday Open House & Art Fair

Find Unique Handmade Gifts for the Holidays! The Orangerie will be filled with about 20 local artists who will have an array of handmade gifts for sale including jewelry, glass art, pottery, fiber art, and more. Also save 10% on all Red Butte Garden Gift Shop purchases. Saturday & Sunday, Dec 2 & 3 from 10AM-5PM Free Admission thanks to ZAP


Holiday Open House & Art Fair

Find Unique Handmade Gifts for the Holidays! The Orangerie will be filled with about 20 local artists who will have an array of handmade gifts for sale including jewelry, glass art, pottery, fiber art, and more. Also save 10% on all Red Butte Garden Gift Shop purchases. Saturday & Sunday, Dec 2 & 3 from 10AM-5PM Free Admission thanks to ZAP


Amahl and the Night Visitors & A Christmas Carol

Experience two fantastic operettas in one evening with this combination of “Amahl and the Night Visitors” and “A Christmas Carol”. In act one, meet Amahl, a disabled boy who can only walk with a crutch and who has a problem with telling tall tales. When three splendidly dressed kings, the Magi on their way to witness the birth of the Christ child, appear at his door seeking rest, Amahl and his mother are amazed to learn of the purpose of the three king’s journey. In act two enjoy an original opera by Utah locals Mike Leavitt and Anthony Buck in a new adaptation of the beloved Dickens classic, “A Christmas Carol”. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge as he learns the importance of generosity and kindness after being shown his past, present, and future on one Christmas Eve.


Amahl and the Night Visitors & A Christmas Carol

Experience two fantastic operettas in one evening with this combination of “Amahl and the Night Visitors” and “A Christmas Carol”. In act one, meet Amahl, a disabled boy who can only walk with a crutch and who has a problem with telling tall tales. When three splendidly dressed kings, the Magi on their way to witness the birth of the Christ child, appear at his door seeking rest, Amahl and his mother are amazed to learn of the purpose of the three king’s journey. In act two enjoy an original opera by Utah locals Mike Leavitt and Anthony Buck in a new adaptation of the beloved Dickens classic, “A Christmas Carol”. Follow Ebenezer Scrooge as he learns the importance of generosity and kindness after being shown his past, present, and future on one Christmas Eve.


Holiday Open House & Art Fair

Find Unique Handmade Gifts for the Holidays! The Orangerie will be filled with about 20 local artists who will have an array of handmade gifts for sale including jewelry, glass art, pottery, fiber art, and more. Also save 10% on all Red Butte Garden Gift Shop purchases. Saturday & Sunday, Dec 2 & 3 from 10AM-5PM Free Admission thanks to ZAP