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Summerfest Arts Faire in Logan, UT
The Summerfest Arts Faire is a three-day event in Logan, Utah. Each year, artists and performers come together to celebrate the arts in the Cache Valley. They gather us together so we can enjoy a juried selection of high-quality art, music, and unique culinary offerings.
Come enjoy our 167 artist booths, two stages, and 25 food booths, as well as a fun Creation Station where you can make art for yourself.
A wide variety of visual artists will be there, showcasing high-quality, original artwork in the following categories:
2-D & 3-D Mixed Media
Artisan-made Culinary/Personal-care Goods: handcrafted spices, vinegar, soaps, lotions, etc…
Fiber (not wearable)
Onsite Art/Personalized Creations: calligraphy, face painting, body art, airbrushed T-shirts, etc…
Painting: oil, acrylic, watercolor
Toys and Games
Wearable art: leather, hats, purses, handmade clothing
Every year, the Summerfest Art Faire chooses an artist to honor by featuring their artistic creations. It’s a great way for the artist to reach a wider audience.
2021 Featured Artist
This talented artist is from Worland, Wyoming and his creations are one of a kind. He’s been a woodturner for over 13 years and is excellent at his craft.
He is inspired by the beauty of his surroundings and natural settings inform many of the shapes he chooses when he turns a piece of wood.
Using native wood from the local area as well as species from the West Coast, he tries to choose trees that would have ended up as firewood or been taken to the city dump for disposal.
Sourcing his wood from contacts he has made with tree trimmers and wood mills, the local woods he uses are Box Elder, Russian Olive, Honey Locust, Walnut, to name a few.
Mountains, landscapes, flowers and rock formations bring him inspiration and he brings out the beauty in each piece by listening to it while he works.
The West Coast woods Mat has worked with include Big Leaf Maple, Myrtle, Madrone, Sycamore, and Redwood.
Mat’s creations are functional as well as artistic in design, they are food-safe and don’t require a lot of work to maintain their natural beauty.
2021 Performing Artists
It’s a jam-packed festival with a wide range of talented groups, solo artists, and music veterans as well as new talents.
Here’s a sample of what’s in store on DAY ONE:
JUNE 17, 2021
Cache Valley Radio Stage (Outdoor)
11:00 am: Cache Valley Good Times Marching Band
12:30 pm: Music Theatre West performs Nunsense, a Musical comedy.
2:00 pm: Down River is a band with classic rock roots and a gritty, dirty, raw sound. Wailing vocals, ripping guitar, and a powerful presence.
3:30 pm: Cardinal Bloom is an Indie/Alternative band hailing out of Salt Lake City, Utah.
5:00 pm: Mothers of Mayhem four women in vintage dresses and heels cranking out hits from bands like Metallica, Led Zeppelin, and Nirvana. These ladies are not to be missed.
6:30 pm: Mason Jarr Band is a Country-Rock-Americana band based out of Logan, Utah
Cache Valley Visitors Bureau Stage (Indoor)
1:00 pm: Katie Jo Olsen is an Acoustic Singer/Songwriter, who is contemporary and individually unique.
2:30 pm: Keiyana Osmond winner of the 2020 Vocalist competition at LC Fair, this talented singer is a treat to listen to.
4:00 pm: Tyra Orgill composes unique orchestral and piano hybrid music.
5:30 pm: Chase Given With a tremendous resume’ and experience, Chase is the perfect entertainer for Private Parties, Festivals, Fairs, Concerts, Restaurants & Lounges.
7:00 pm: Hit N Miss is a duo from Winchestertonfieldville, The Seelys.
See the LOGAN SUMMERFEST ARTS FAIRE for a complete lineup of performers over the three days.
Artists and performers are selected by a jury of independent artists, educators, and art collectors, selected for their diverse knowledge of the arts.
Note: We are hosting our celebration in a new location this year.
Find us at the Cache County Fairgrounds (490 S 500 West in Logan).
This area in the Faire is a free activity where artists of any age are welcome to find their inner creative soul.
This Station is set up with supplies and facilitators. It allows children and adults with opportunities to try several kinds of visual arts, like painting and printmaking.
Our Creation Station coordinator, Laura Hawley, and arts educator Maria Lindsay are excited to show you new techniques.
There will be music, dancing, and more as well and professional artists will share their skills.
The Creation Station is open daily from noon — 6:00 PM.
LOGAN SUMMERFEST ARTS FAIRE
June 17–19, 2021
Visual arts, performing arts, food, family art, contests, and all things arts fest.
Find us at our new location at the Cache County Fairgrounds (490 S 500 West in Logan, Utah).