BRYCE, UT – Bryce Canyon National Park welcomes you to join us on Labor Day, September 5th for an evening with Snoqualmie Winds, U.S. Navy Band Northwest’s saxophone quartet. The group, which performs for official military functions in addition to public events throughout the Northwestern United States, will perform a range of musical styles from classical to jazz to the popular sounds of Disney and Broadway. Music will begin at 7 p.m. in the historic Bryce Canyon Lodge Auditorium.
Park entrance fees apply during business hours; however the concert is free to attend. Entrance fees are $30.00 per vehicle or free with a valid annual, senior, military, volunteer, or access pass (for U.S. permanent residents with permanent disabilities).
All are invited to relax before sunset amidst the natural beauty of Bryce Canyon National Park and the pleasing sounds of Snoqualmie Winds. Additional information can be obtained by calling the park’s main information line at (435) 834-5322.
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