2021 Midvale Harvest Days

For more than 80 years, Midvale has come together to celebrate the harvest of friendship and community found in the middle of everything.  Harvest Days is a wonderful opportunity to gather neighbors, friends and family to celebrate what makes Midvale such a wonderful and connected community. Midvale Harvest Days spans an entire week and is the largest event in Midvale City. This year will be a full Midvale Harvest Days celebration, complete with parade, food booth, concerts, fireworks, and more. 

Tuesday, July 27, Monday, August 2 and Tuesday, August 3
Neighborhood Block Parties

Neighborhood Block Parties, always a favorite of Midvale Harvest Days, are a fun way to meet neighbors, build friendships, and develop a sense of belonging and security among residents. Complete the online Neighborhood Block Party form to schedule your block party and arrange a visit from the Mayor, City Council members, local candidates, Unified Fire Authority, and Unified Police Department.

Wednesday, August 4
Midvale Arts Council Hall of Honors and Art Show
Midvale Performing Arts Center (695 W 7720 S)

The Midvale Arts Council presents their annual Hall of Honors Induction Ceremony and Art Show. Visit their webpage to learn how to enter your artwork into the Art Show www.Midvalearts.com.

Thursday, August 5
FREE Bingo at the Park with Police Chief Randy Thomas, UPD Officers and UFA Firefighters
Midvale City Park (425 W 6th Avenue)

Come out and enjoy a fun and friendly atmosphere at the annual FREE Bingo Night. This year we will host this very popular event at our brand new Pavilion at Midvale City Park. Our very own celebrity bingo caller, Police Chief Randy Thomas, UPD Officers, and UFA firefighters will be sure to liven up the event. Everyone 12 years and older can play bingo. Children under 12 can participate in the free raffle. Stop by and win some amazing prizes!

Friday, August 6
Music on Main

The Music on Main Concert turns historic Midvale Main Street into the place for live music. We will shut down Main Street from Center Street to 5th Avenue. If you haven’t seen historic Midvale Main Street lately, you are in for a special treat. Locals and visitors alike are invited to enjoy the relaxed and chill vibes, play Cornhole, grab a bite from one of the delicious food trucks or local restaurants, find their spot, and dance the night away. The Midvale Arts Council presents Exit Strategy. These guys have rocked audiences from Vegas to Orlando, Vienna to Barcelona and Cannes to Malta. They will get everyone up and on their feet at historic Main Street!

Saturday, August 7
Harvest Days Festival
Midvale City Park (425 W 6th Avenue)

The Midvale Harvest Days Festival kicks off with our Parade that starts at 10:00 a.m. at Copperview Elementary and ends at Midvale City Park. The festival will continue in the park with loads of activities sure to please the entire family. The amphitheater will be busy throughout the day with DJ Cooper Brown, One Above Entertainment, whose energy is contagious!

8:00 a.m. Baby Goat Yoga
Breakfast with the Midvale Community Council
10:00 a.m. Parade
11:30 a.m. DJ Cooper Brown kicks off Family Entertainment in the Park
Midvale Arts Council presents Performances at the Amphitheatre (schedule to be announced)
Food Trucks
Vendor Booths
NERF War
Disc Golf Clinics
Face Painting
Wrestling
Free Social Photo Booth
Free obstacle course, bounce houses, pedestal joust and more
Unified Police Department activities
Unified Fire Authority activities
5:30 p.m. Concerts (to be announced)
10:00 p.m. Fireworks in the Park

Questions?

Contact Laura Magness, Harvest Days Committee Chair, at Lmagness@midvale.com or 801-567-7230.