We have moved this years Utah UFO Festival from Main Street Park in Cedar City to the 3 Peaks Recreation Area and Campground. The camping is FREE for this event. Did you hear that with your ears. Yes! Camping is FREE! Not only that but be advised that the tickets for this event are FREE as well. Don’t delay in getting your FREE tickets today. That will be all.
The Iron County Care & Share is this year’s premiere title sponsor for the 2018 Utah UFO Fest with the donation money coming from La Quinta and Clarion Motels which are both located in Cedar City, Utah!
We are counting on the generosity and the good will of our attendees to raise enough money to cover event costs of the Utah UFO Fest and 55% of all proceeds from the event will go to benefit the Iron County Care and Share afterwords with an emphasis on taking care of Iron County’s hungry children with many of the families in our community living well below the poverty line. This is how we ascend to a higher level of intelligence and is another way to work towards securing ET Disclosure. How can we gain a right of passage to the stars if we can’t even take care of our own here on Earth?
A standard sponsorship cost is $250-350 dollars which can be donated as trade-in-kind if it really helps us on event costs, logistics, or travel and hosting expenses. All standard sponsors get logo placement on the banners, flyers, and whatever material we print on for advertising and promotion. We can also include social media shoutouts upon request!
Ufology Organizational Sponsors
UFO Research organizations, entertainment companies or non-profit foundations are the same as standard sponsorships of ($250 dollars or more) with a focus on the fact their organization is related UFO research, publishing, or field work.
You can find out more details by visiting: http://utahufofest.org/sponsors/
BREAKING NEWS!!! It’s official – The Utah UFO Festival has a title sponsorship and a large part of this effort is going to be a wider charity driven sponsorship drive that will also help the local Cedar City, Utah, Care and Share! La Quinta and Clarion Hotels have stepped up to the plate to help Anomaly Conservatory and the Utah UFO Fest form this alliance! Rex Mcarthur will be joining our foundation as an Organizational Advisor for Anomaly Conservatory! Rex is a good man with many great ideas and a vision for the future of the Utah UFO Festival!
Joe Montaldo will be joining us at the festival and be presenting in conjunction with, Jim Allen and will showing a short film screening about Alien/Human Hybrids. We have added Joe to the speaker list and more information is to be announced soon.
Joe Montaldo is Co-Founder, International Director, and Spokesperson for I.C.A.R. the International Community for Alien Research. (www.icar1.com) Originally affiliated with MUFON as an Investigator, Mr. Montaldo became disenchanted with the lack of information being shared with the general public. His first step in furthering public awareness was establishing a personal website (www.alienenigma) in 1998. Later, the I.C.A.R. site (www.icar1.com) was added to the Internet.
Born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1963, he attended area private schools before joining the U.S. Navy. While in the Navy, Joe earned three degrees in Advanced Electronics and Avionics after getting out of the navy Joe went on the get his bachelor’s degree in Advanced Electronics and Avionics. In April of 2002, Mr. Montaldo began hosting the Wake Up USA a UFO Study talk show. He is now host of the new radio program, UFO Undercover is an Internet talk show that allows the host and his guest to interact and answer questions with the virtual audience thru the Internet and by telephone via a toll free number.
During his time as host for these radio programs, Joe has interviewed most of ufology’s personalities. In the process he has gained many friends in the community as well as the opportunity to work to ward his goal of ufologist and the public sharing information openly. Having been an investigator for almost 30 years, Joe Montaldo is extremely knowledgeable on UFOs, Alien Abductions, Star Children, Indigo Children, Milabs, Government Involvement, and all matters involved in Ufology.
In an effort to go directly to the public, a chat room was opened on Pal Talk under Social Issues-ICAR UFO Alien Phenomena-Voice Room. This chat room provides a place for people to exchange ideas, share experiences and find personal help dealing with Alien Contact.
I.C.A.R., starting as a grassroots organization, is now established with members in 11 countries. While UFO sightings are always investigated, I.C.A.R.’s main focus is on Alien Abductions and the Alien Agenda. I.C.A.R. members and Joe have investigated over 5000 cases of Alien contact and abductions. In 2005, Montaldo and members of I.C.A.R. provided press coverage in Washington D.C. at the X-Conference as well as the last 2 crash retrieval conference and the 2006 Laughlin conference also in 2006 Mr Montaldo was placed on the board of the Exopolitics institute where he advises in alien abduction and media areas.
Mr. Montaldo has been featured in newspaper articles, radio talk shows and speaks at area meetings as well as hosting his Wednesday night talk show. “My future goal is to gain information for I.C.A.R. and share it with the Public. The public needs to understand what is going on with Alien Contact, and exactly what the Alien Agenda is.”
The organizers of the Utah UFO Fest are teaming up with Doctor T and Chris from KSUB and traveling the to remote ET outpost of Rachel, Nevada to meet up with Connie & Pat, owners of the Little A’Le’Inn near Area 51. We will be live on 590 AM KSUB on location early Tuesday morning at 7 AM.
Pat, owner of the Little A’Le’Inn and Doctor T with KSUB
We had an excellent turnout for a first-years inaugural UFO festival at Three Peaks Recreation area in Southern Utah and it was the first of its kind to ever happen in Cedar City, Utah. We had people travel from Northern Utah and out-of-state to show their support for this beginning event. Over 250 people attended the fest including many locals from Cedar City and St. George, Utah. We are already in the planning stage for the 2017 Utah UFO Fest and will be partnering with the Utah Chapter of MUFON to help us on next year’s event. A date has not yet been set but we are planning for two full days of activities.
Robert Crowe, the new State Assistant Director for the Utah Chapter of Mufon, was at our event. Robert spoke on the podium to educate the public about the work of Mufon and his plans for Utah based UFO cases and research. Mufon became a founding sponsor of our event and a warm thank you is extended to their organization for the support in helping us make this event possible.
Travis Walton, a renowned alien abductee from Snowflake, Arizona, was the main focus speaker. His story sparked the major motion picture, Fire in the Sky, produced in 1993 recounting the harrowing ordeal that Travis endured in the presence of ETs and how he lived to tell about it. The Utah UFO Festival hosted an outdoor documentary screening directed by Jennifer Stein titled, “The True Story of Travis Walton,” which tells the truth about what happened versus the Hollywood version which became a horror movie. We owe a lot of gratitude and a big thanks to Jennifer Stein for allowing us to show her film and a big thank you goes out to Travis Walton for taking time out of his hectic schedule to show his physical support for our inaugural festival.
Two major festivals were cancelled in Cedar City this year; both Groovefest and Fireroad, yet there is a new event in town! The Utah UFO Fest. Tim Cretsinger inspired and encouraged me (Nate Cowlishaw) to organize and start this UFO Fest. I would come into Groovacious and he would give me a ton of advice on building this if I were to go forward with it. He warned me repeatedly that I would need to commit to this for the long haul to build community trust and that it wouldn’t grow overnight. My grandfather always said, “Rome wasn’t built in a day!” I have to give proper credit to Tim for inspiring some of the motivation and commitment to going forward with this while not giving up on it as a dream. Bringing something like this to the community could take years, he emphasized… Thank you Tim, I will miss the few “small talk” conversations we had.