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Welcome to the Utah UFO Festival
Do you believe in aliens? How about UFOs? Nearly half the population believes UFOs could be a sign of extraterrestrial visitation.
A HuffPost/YouGov poll reveals that 48 percent of adults in the United States are open to the idea that alien spacecraft are observing our planet. The Utah UFO Festival was organized with this question in mind. Are we alone in the universe?
This year's 4th Annual Utah UFO Festival takes place in Cedar City, Utah on June 13th - 16th (Fathers Day weekend) under Southern Utahs starry skies. The 3-day festival includes renowned speakers & experts, movie screenings, radio broadcasts, vendor booths, live music, alien trivia, a human/pet costume contest, beer & wine tastings, dining with speakers and a caravan out to the gates of Area 51.
Cedar City, Utah is where you can travel along the desolate stretch of road, the Extraterrestrial Highway (Highway 375) with its close proximity to Area 51. It also passes through the small town of Rachel, where you'll find the Little A'Le'lnn restaurant that isn't afraid to advertise, "Earthlings Welcome."
For more information about visiting Cedar City, Utah, please check out the Iron County / Brian Head Tourism Bureau!
Friday August 14th - Sunday August 16th
Three Peaks Recreation Area & Campground, Cedar City, Utah
This year’s 5th Anniversary Utah UFO Fest will be hosted at Three Peaks Recreation Area & Campground in Cedar City, Utah on Friday August 14th - Sunday August 16th. CAMPING IS FREE FOR THIS EVENT! Please mark your intergalactic calendars for these dates. We will be updating this page in real time as the event schedule comes together. We haven’t finalized time slots for keynote presenters just yet but you can see the list of this year’s speakers on the "Speakers” page. more details to come soon...
We believe that through photography and skillful interpretation we can observe and change the social stigma surrounding the UFO question and finally answer: Are we alone in the universe? with an astounding NO. Through embracing the folklore and mysteries of the desert southwest we can spread a fun and informative enthusiasm for space, the final frontier.