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I like FREE … you like FREE … seriously, who doesn’t like FREE? FREE to the public, including vacationers looking for something fun to do, is the Monday Matinee at the Electric Theater at 68 E. Tabernacle Street in downtown St. George. Each show, which begins at 1:30 p.m. (doors open at 1 p.m.) is sponsored by Precision Hearing, who has also invited Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah and the Habitat ReStore to be present to share information about their non-profit organization.

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Zeppelin USA Pays Tribute at Tuacahn

If you consider yourself one of Led Zeppelin’s biggest fans, you are going to love Zeppelin USA, a tribute band coming to Tuacahn Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, March 23, 2018.

This Southern California singing group came on the music scene just 4 years ago and from their very first Zep tribute, their popularity skyrocketed to the top of tribute performers. Deciding against the typical costumed impersonation, ZUSA chose, instead, to make their show all about sound and production, while bringing their individual identities and connection to every audience.

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St George Art Festival

The 39th Annual St. George Art Festival, held as always on Easter weekend – this year March 30-31- is a testament to what visionary leadership can do to take a small idea and turn it into something amazing and grand.  What began 38 years ago as a way to showcase the work of local artists has evolved into an event attracting more than 100 artists – in every venue, including oils, water color, ceramics, photography, jewelry and the broad category of “other” – juried from hundreds of submissions from across the United States.  Not only will festival-goers enjoy incredible, one-of-a-kind works of art, over 30,000 residents and visitors to our red rock community, will also enjoy live entertainment on two stages, a children’s area full of interesting and fun activities for your little ones, and a variety of food items from which to choose.

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Sears Invitational is Art at its Best

Now in its 31st year, the Annual Sears Dixie Invitational Art Show and Sale is a springtime tradition and has become one of the biggest art events in the state of Utah.  Open this year from February 17 through April 1, the show held in the Sears Art Museum Gallery on Dixie State University’s campus and named for founders Robert N. and Peggy Sears, will feature hundreds of works-of-art produced by many amazing artists.  In addition to the show itself, this popular event also includes a symposium and a dazzling opening gala with delicious food and an opportunity to mingle with artists as well as other art lovers.

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The Art Around the Corner Foundation here in St. George is “dedicated to supporting the arts, enhancing the community’s lifestyle through art; and, displaying fine art on nearly every street corner in historic downtown St. George.”  This organization – which has changed names a few times since its formation in 1988 – was a driving force in restoring the long-abandoned St. George Opera House to its former glory, and building the St. George Art Museum and Social Hall in the Pioneer Center for the Arts complex on the corner of Main Street and 200 North.

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Phineas and Ferb Light Up St George

What does the Disney TV show “Phineas and Ferb” have in common with St. George, UT?  The answer is Christmas lights … lots and lots of Christmas lights!

The Disney show follows the adventures of stepbrothers Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher, who live in the fictional city of Danville, in a (never specified) tri-state area,  as they seek ways to occupy their time during their summer vacation. Often these adventures involve elaborate, life-sized and ostensibly dangerous construction projects.

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Hot Air Balloon Festival in Mesquite

It’s an early morning adventure but well worth your time to get out of bed and make the 35-mile drive to enjoy the popular Mesquite Balloon Festival on the weekend of January 26-28, 2018.  Beginning at 7:30 a.m. (Pacific Time), you’ll find more than 40 brightly colored balloons filling the crisp, clear blue sky over the Virgin Valley community with the Stars and Stripes balloon leading the way.

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