Wallsburg, Utah, is a small rural town located east of Deer Creek Reservoir in Heber Valley. It is 20 miles up Provo Canyon from Orem and 13 miles from Heber City, Utah. Surrounded by the Uinta-Wasatch Cache National Forest, it was settled in 1862 by William Madison Wall, a Mormon pioneer. The festival is held in conjunction with the R.W. Erickson Antique Power Show that features an extensive collection of antiques on the Richard Erickson Ranch.
The 2nd Annual Wallsburg Music Festival offers three days of music on the unique Old Mill Stage. Genres include bluegrass, old time, celtic, country, blues and jazz in this beautiful mountain setting. Check out the lineup of talented regional and Utah bands.
Dry camping is available where evening jammers create bonds among musicians and music lovers. Join us June 26, 27, 28, 2015, to enjoy a weekend (or even just a day) of memories and music!