Sunday, November 4, 2018

2018 Festival of Trees

Holiday magic abounds thanks to the help of many hands and a generous community. In a 24-hour period, an empty exhibit hall transforms into a holiday winter wonderland of uniquely decorated Christmas trees, wreaths, playhouses, centerpieces, quilts, and gingerbread houses. Shops are filled with dolls, handmade crafts and quilts, freshly baked cookies and candies, an endless assortment of freshly-made fudge, hot scones, and cinnamon rolls.

While the Festival of Trees lasts just four days, the spirit of this holiday tradition continues all year long in the hearts of those who volunteer and give to the Festival of Trees. Most importantly, the magic continues in the children who are cared for at Primary Children's Hospital.

Funds raised at Festival of Trees are a “A Gift of Love” to children at Primary Children’s Hospital.

Ticket Pricing and Information

General Admission Tickets will be available for purchase online soon.

About Opening Night Tickets

1 adult (16 and over) - $20

An Opening Night Ticket admits one (1) person age 16 and over to attend the 2018 Festival of Trees Opening Night Auction.

About General Admission Tickets

General Admission Tickets will be available to purchase online soon, and will be available at the door.
Adults  -  $7.00
Children (2-11)  -  $4.00
Under 2  -  Free
Senior Citizens (65 and Over)  -  $6.00
Credit cards and cash are accepted at all ticket booths. Festival of Trees does not accept checks.

Family Day Ticket (Wednesday Only)

Family Day Ticket admits up to six (6) immediate family members for $20.00 on Wednesday, November 28.

Parking Information 

Free parking is available at the following locations:
Mountain America Expo Center 
The InContact/WCF (Workers Compensation Fund) Building has generously offered Festival of Trees guests to park in its parking lot after 5:00 pm, Tuesday-Friday, and all-day Saturday.
This overflow lot is located across the street (west) from the Mountain America Expo Center. (100 W Towne Ridge Pkwy)

Public Transit

To eliminate the worry of finding parking, consider taking TRAX to the Festival of Trees. The Sandy Expo Station (Blue Line) is located just north of the Mountain America Expo Center. Click here to view UTA's TRAX Schedule.

View the beautiful Share Parents of Utah~Walking Beside Us tree on Row G-14!
We are grateful to those who purchased ornaments to go one the festival tree as well as one for your own tree at home.

Here's a sneak peek of our tree...

Our little helpers


Share Parents of Utah's
Fifth Annual Valentine's Gala

Friday, February 15, 2019

with performing artist:
Peter Breinholt
with special guests Nancy Hanson and David Tolk!