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Performers from around the world will share their dance, music, and culture during the 2-day Summerfest International Art and Folk Festival. This 32-year tradition, produced by Bountiful Davis Art Center, runs June 28-29.  Summerfest is always free to the public, at Bountiful City Park. With international and local performing groups, food trucks, artist booths, and the popular Children’s Art Yard, Summerfest is a celebration of art and culture for all ages!





JUNE 28, NOON - 10 PM

JUNE 29, 11 AM - 10 PM


Visitors have seen everything from the drama of Georgian sword fights to the swirling silks of Singapore on stage at Summerfest.  International performers in traditional costume share live folk music, dance, and acrobatics.  A new group performs every 30 minutes all day long during both days of the festival.


Saturday afternoon the international performers will come out into the park to dance with guests and teach them.  Join the celebration on the west side of the park at 3:30 PM Saturday June 29.

If you are a local group or performer interested in participating in Summerfest email james@bdac.org.


Friday June 28

Noon - 10 PM

12:00 PM - Singapore: Sri Warisan
12:30 PM  - TBA
1:00 PM  -  Scotland: Highland Peaks
1:30 PM  -  TBA
2:00 PM  - Singapore: Sri Warisan
2:30 PM  - TBA
3:00 PM  - Nitya Nritya Foundation

                   presents musicians

                   from Brhaddhvani
4:30 PM  - TBA
5:00 PM  - Singapore: Sri Warisan
6:00 PM -  Opening Ceremony
6:45 PM - Wasatch & District

                  Pipe Band
7:10 PM - Scotland: Highland Peaks
7:35 PM - Singapore: Sri Warisan
8:00 PM - Poland: Karpaty

                  Dance Ensemble
8:25 PM - TBA
8:50 PM - Greece: Dionysios
9:15 PM - TBA
10:00 PM - Festival Closes

                    for the Day

Saturday June 29

1:00 PM - 9:00 PM

11:00 AM - USA: American Rhythm
11:30 AM - Poland: Karpaty

                    Dance Ensemble
12:00 PM - Singapore: Sri Warisan
12:30 PM - Scotland: Highland Peaks
1:00 PM - Mexico - Ballet

                  Quetzalcoatl de Utah
1:30 PM - Hopi Dance Group
2:00 PM - WSU Center for

                  Multicultural Excellence:

                  WSU Ballet Folklórico

                  and The Ohana Association
3:30 PM - Park Dance - Dance with

                  the performers!
4:00 PM - Improvables -

                 Comedy Improv
5:00 PM - Scotland: Highland Peaks
5:35 PM - USA: American Rhythm
6:10 PM - Mexico - Ballet

                  Quetzalcoatl de Utah
6:45 PM - India: Nitya Nritya

                  Dance Company
7:55 PM - Chile: Chile Una Postal
8:30 PM - Singapore: Sri Warisan
9:05 PM - Poland: Karpaty

                  Dance Ensemble
9:40 PM - Closing Ceremony
10:00 PM - Festival Closes for 2019


Art Vendors

Acoma Impression by Katherine Poleviyaoma

Balam's Designs

Black Bee Jewelry

CeltCraft Beads and Jewelry

Costa Rican Wooden Jewelry

Debbi Sigg

Demonstrating Ceramicist Max Cole

Draper Fine Art

Don Jolley Art

Fantastic Face Painting

Himalyan Artswear

Inspired Creations

Jackson Swank - Demonstrating Spray Paint Artist

Jeffrey Favero Photography

Jennifer Deily

Kimberly Collings


Lamplight Art Gallery

Lanmon Originals/Bountiful Soap

Maky Arts - by Fausto Cachimuel

Mathewson Images

Marian Pham Art 

Nauvoo Remembered 
Peak Sales

Pop of Color

Priya Neema Arts & Crafts

RIchArt Paintings

Record Spin Art

Ruby's Tropical Images

Silent Wind Chimes by Larry J. Hampton

South Sudanese African Crafts

Thao Embroidery Craft & Sew

The Pottery Shed

Young's Cedar Creek Pottery

Z’s Fashion World

Food Vendors

Cupbop Korean BBQ

C&B Kettle Corn

Gnarly's Island Grill

The Happy Hog

Lion's Club Hot Dog Truck

Liv Pure Acai

Polynesian Flavas

St. Archangel Michael Serbian Orthodox Church

Sushi Burrito

Sweet Thyme Desserts 

Taste of Louisiana
The Twisted Lemon
Wicked Good Ice Cream


Local and international musicians entertain guests with music by new and upcoming artists on the Onion Street Sound Stage.  West Bountiful's own Onion Street Sound Studio runs the stage and promotes the bands and artists.  Contact BDAC in October if you would like to perform in 2020.

Saturday June 29

11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

11:00 AM:  Rock’T Band - 60s/70s Rock/Pop Band
1:00 PM:   Cardboard Club - Indie Rock Band
2:00 PM:   Singapore: Sri Warisan
3:00 PM:   Dealin’ in Dirt - Americana band, Acoustic Guitar
4:00 PM:   Jean Pierre Music - Infusion Rock
5:00 PM:   Kristen Beckwith - Singer/Songwriter, Acoustic Guitar
6:00 PM:   Sugar Time - 40s & 50s Swing
7:00 PM:   Gary Hansen - Storyteller, Native American Flute

Friday June 28

1:00 PM - 9:00 PM

1:00 PM - Michelle Smith - Pop/Rock Singer
2:00 PM - India: Musicians from Brhaddhvani
3:00 PM:  Mark Gallegos - Singer/Songwriter, Acoustic Guitar    
4:00 PM:  Singapore: Sri Warisan
5:00 PM:  Grace Thomason - Singer, Ukelele, Acoustic Guitar
6:00 PM:  Opening Ceremonies on the Main Stage
7:00 PM:  King Tree - Rock Band
8:00 PM:  The Rockees - Classic Rock/80s Rock Band


Our international performers need places to stay during Summerfest! If you think you might like to host international visitors in your home  in 2020 please contact James at 801-295-3618 or james@bdac.org.

Host Family Commitments and Responsibilities


The host family is expected to:

  • Provide lodging for guests.

  • Provide two meals for guests each day.

  • Arrange or provide transportation to and from BDSI Events.

  • Coordinate schedules with their BDAC Host Family Leader.

Host families will receive free tickets to Improvables comedy improv, unlimited access to ice skating, rock climbing, waterslides, and all the fun at South Davis Recreation Center, and a pool party with all of the international guests.


Be in the middle of the excitement!  Assist the international performers, set up the grounds, be backstage security, help children make crafts, and more! Volunteers will be provided with a meal voucher and 2019 Summerfest Shirt.



BDAC is proud to partner with the Retired Senior Volunteer Program.  RSVP is the largest volunteer network for people aged 55 and over.  Small mileage reimbursement to volunteers for travel between home and the volunteer site.  Supplemental insurance coverage for personal injury and liability.  Call RSVP at (801) 525-5094 to schedule an interview or email pbrown@co.davis.ut.us.

Volunteers needed for the following positions:

  • Backstage Security

  • Children's Art Yard

  • Event Photographers

  • Fence Install/Removal

  • Grounds Volunteer

  • Info Booth Volunteer

  • Overnight Security

  • Overnight Backstage Security

  • Park Clean-Up

  • Stage Help


Join us for fun, free cultural events leading up to the festival.


MONDAY JUNE 3  6 - 7:30 PM 

"Who I Am and Why I'm Here"

We’ve all heard the word “immigration” thrown around, especially in political conversations. But have you ever personally heard stories of the people involved? Come to BDAC's Conversations in Culture: Who I am and Why I'm Here to hear the stories of two families—one from Mexico and one from Venezuela—who immigrated to the U.S. Hear how they did it, why they did it, and what they left behind in the process.

MONDAY JUNE 17  6 - 7:30 PM

"American Waterfowl Decoys" Sponsored by Main Street Emporium

Learn about the great American folk art of hand-carving waterfowl decoys.  "Hunters first learned to make duck decoys from local Native Americans, who made them out of reeds and colored them with ash and other items from the earth. As the appeal of duck hunting picked up—presidents and celebrities would often come down to the coastal duck hunt clubs  of Virginia Beach...—the need for decoys increased, and carving them became a moneymaker in its own right." - Smithsonian Mag

MONDAY JUNE 24  6 - 7:30 PM

"Family Brazilian Fun Night" Sponsored by Club Pilates Bountiful

Brazilian life is about more than just soccer and samba. Come experience some lesser-known components of Brazilian culture at BDAC's Conversations in Culture: Family Brazilian Fun Night. Learn about the Brazilian martial art of capoeira-- which combines dance, music, fighting, and acrobatics in one entertaining round. Bring your dancing shoes and try out your skills in some traditional Festa Junina hillbilly dances. You just might find yourself jumping on the nearest plane to Brazil to experience more!


FRIDAY Noon - 8 PM


This area of the festival grounds is dedicated to providing free family-oriented arts and crafts projects. Past Children’s Art Yard projects include: felting animal figures from wool, creating stained glass, and making mobiles out of found objects.  All activities are facilitated and supervised by volunteers.  The Children's Art Yard is Sponsored by Intermountain LDS Hospital.

Click HERE to sign up to volunteer


Summerfest would not be possible without the support of our generous sponsors!  Thank you for helping us share the world's art and culture with Utah!  Contact james@bdac.org to learn about the benefits of sponsoring Summerfest in 2019 or the future.




West Bountiful City

Edward Jones Financial Advisor Erik B. Knutsen

City of North Salt Lake

Club Pilates Bountiful

Bank of American Fork

Costco Wholesale

Main Street Emporium


Strategic Planning Group



All Terrain PowerSports

Alphagraphics Bountiful

Bountiful Bowl



Einstein Bros. Bagels


KRCL 90.9 FM

Parson's Bakery

Rumbi Island Grill

Lee's Marketplace


The Festival is located at Bountiful City Park, 400 N 200 W, Bountiful, UT 84010

The Mayor's Reception is located at Bountiful Davis Art Center, 90 N Main St. Bountiful, UT 84010


Bountiful Davis Art Center

90 N Main St. Bountiful, UT 84010

801.295.3618  ·  info@bdac.org

Tu - Fri: 10 AM - 6 PM   Sat: noon - 5 PM

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