Entertainment on the City Park!

Friday and Saturday, August 24 & 25

Freedom Stage at Richfield City Park August 24 – 25, 2018

Enjoy two full days of great entertainment at the inaugural Trail Days in Richfield. Stage entertainment goes from Noon to 9 p.m. on Friday, August 24th, and continues from 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. of Saturday, the 25th. Here are just a few highlights! Check back often to see what additional acts have been added!

Friday, August 24

Come enjoy TWO days full of FUN and EXCITING entertainment at the City Park. More entertainment being added all the time!

Stage Entertainment

Noon:          Native American Dancers

3:00 pm      Passport to Summer Awards

4:00 pm      Jenny & Boone

5:00 pm      Native American Dancers

6:00 pm      Jimmy Cooper

7:00 pm      The Muddy Boot Band

Jenny & Boone

4:00 PM

jenny & boone

Jimmy Cooper

6:00 PM

Jimmy Cooper

If you haven’t heard Jimmy Cooper sing, you’ve missed one of the purest, most beautiful country tenor voices in the world!  From just down the road in Panguitch, Utah, Jimmy has delighted audiences, young and old, for many years.  He’ll share many classics at the Trail Days performance.  For a sneak peek at what to expect from Jimmy Cooper, watch a video or two on his facebook page by clicking HERE

The Muddy Boot Band

7:00 PM

muddy boot band

Native American Dancers

Noon & 5:00 PM


Saturday, August 25

We've got more fun entertainment lined-up for your Saturday as well! Check-out the events below!

Stage Entertainment

10:30 am    GJ Gym - Tumbling and Parkour Exhibition

Noon:          Native American Dancers

2:30 pm      Motorcycle Poker Run Awards

3:00 pm      Miss Richfield Royalty

4:00 pm      Twitch Perfect

5:00 pm      Fertile Dirt Band - Interactive Bluegrass

6:00 pm      Native American Dancers

7:30 pm      Time Cruisers

Fertile Dirt Band

Interactive Bluegrass

5:00 PM

fertile dirt band

Keith Behunin and his Fertile Dirt Band from St. George, Utah are coming to Trail Days, and they’ll make YOU part of the show!  Keith describes his music as “audience interactive bluegrass.  They utilize instruments that were available in the pioneer days.  The audience helps recreate the pioneer sounds with washboards, spoons, cowbells, jugs, washtub bass, and bending saws; sounds that haven’t been heard in 150 years.  Fun takes precedence over all!

The Time Cruisers

7:30 PM

time cruisers

We’re pleased to welcome The Time Cruisers back to Richfield!  This Salt Lake City-based band played at Richfield Independence Day Celebration in 2017 and their music was enjoyed by all.  Their playlist of classic songs from the 60s and 70s is enjoyed by all ages.  Learn more about the band at their website,

Everything you need for a fun weekend!