Homestead Christmas Market

The Third Annual Homestead Christmas Market will be held December 8-9, 2017!  The Christmas Market offers visitors an opportunity to shop in an old-fashioned pioneer atmosphere and purchase unique, one-of-a-kind gifts for all of the special someones on everyone's list!  More than 30 artisans from all over the region will be on hand with their hand-crafted wares.  

Applications are now open.  Click here to access the application form.

Click on the following link for complete Terms & Conditions.

Friday December 8, 2017  11 AM - 8 PM

Saturday December 9, 2015 10 AM - 4 PM

Admission is just $1 per person!

Live music on Saturday!

Participating artists from 2016 can be seen HERE.





Frontier Folk Festival

We wish to thank all our artists and food vendors for their participation in the 2017 Frontier Folk Festival at Frontier Homestead State Park Museum, 635 N Main St., Cedar City, UT.
Over 30 artists from Utah, Arizona and Nevada created a unique and hand-crafted shopping experience for all who visited.
And wonderful performers provided a frontier atmosphere which can be enjoyed by the entire family.

To browse photos from last year's event click here!
To view a list of the food vendors and artisans click here!

A schedule of performances for both days is as follows: 
1:00 - 1:45            Griffin Family12:00 - 12:45        Silversage
2:30 - 3:15            Clive Romney1:00 - 1:45            Red Hill Rangers
4:00 - 4:45            Red Hill Rangers2:00 - 2:15            Red Rock Singers
5:30 - 6:15            Silversage2:30 - 3:15            Clive Romney
7:00 - 8:00            Clive Romney4:00 - 4:45            Silversage
 5:30 - 6:15            Karyn Whittemore
 6:45 - 7:45            Clive Romney

We are thankful for the support of the following sponsors of the Frontier Folk Festival:

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                                      For Participating Vendors                                         

 *Artist and food vendor applications have now closed*
   Artists and crafters apply here - Artist Application          

                 Food vendors apply here - Food Application                   


Click on the following link for complete Terms & Conditions.


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Metal wheel workerIn the 1850s, if you  needed a new shirt, you made it; if a stirrup on a saddle broke, you crafted a new one; to celebrate a wedding, ladies would gather, bringing all of their scraps to create a quilt for the newly-married couple.  Socks and scarves were knit or crocheted by firelight; knives and farm implements were hand-shaped from cast iron.  The term "artist" was applied to those invoved in traditional art forms - painting, sculpture, the theater.

Many of the skills needed to maintain a homestead in the 1850s are considered art forms today.  Beginning in 2014, Frontier Homestead will endeavor to bring artists working in these various fields together, to present living exhibits of the historical past.


Our goal is to effectively collect, preserve, interpret and present historical materials to our visitors and constituents.  We feel that preservation and appreciation of these vanishing skills is important, too.