Making Music Magazine

Summer’s heating up, so get ready for the 22nd season of the Moab Music Festival. Cherie Yurco of Making Music Magazine talks about the thoughtful planning that goes into Moab’s concerts which offer a variety of musical genres, as well as Moab’s venues which are “remote scenic spots.” Yurco continues by saying, “The result…is a […]

Gramophone Magazine

Moab Music Festival – Event of the MonthThe Moab Music Festival, founded in 1992, uses the tag line “music in concert with the landscape”. That’s no idle boast. Many of the concerts are set amidst the vast wilderness of the nearby Arches and Canyonlands national parks. Using the natural acoustics of rock formations, the festival […]

Afar Magazine

A Music Lover’s Guide to the National Parks These are some pretty unbeatable venues.  Moab Music Festival, which takes place in the town of Moab, Utah, wins the title for coolest outdoor fest around. Performances happen in red-rock grottos only reachable by boat, ranches, and canyons. The fest also offers musical hikes, in which attendees […]

Sunset Magazine

Top Summer Events of 2017 – Don’t miss our editors’ picks for the season’s best happenings for foodies, art buffs, music lovers, and more.

Aspen Sojourner

The Moab Music Festival is a Feast for the Senses I turn down a dirt road off Highway 128, the serpentine Scenic Byway along the Colorado River that ends in Moab, Utah. Eroded red sandstone cliffs jut out of the landscape; a rock formation known as the Priest and Nuns looms on the right. It’s […]

Park City Magazine

No mountain-town summer is complete without live music. While concert series abound in Park City, you need to venture just a short distance to partake in Utah’s summer festival scene. Here are a few nearby music festivals to add to your summertime calendar. 

5280 (Denver Magazine)

The Moab Music Festival showcases southern Utah’s spectacular canyonlands in ways mountain biking never could. Julie Dugdale writes, “Although I don’t know Tchaikovsky from Brahms, the beauty of this festival is that I don’t have to. It’s about what you feel when the music starts, not about what you know. The combination of music—whether its chamber music or […]