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Tantalizing Time For Exciting And Amazing Living Traditions Festival

 Tantalizing Time For Exciting And Amazing Living Traditions Festival. Every year Salt Lake City hosts a most amazing musical and delicious palette of world inspired foods including arts & crafts.

Downtown Salt Lake City                           Photo by M Outdoors

A multicultural event that immigrants and local people can celebrate the diversity which lives in Utah. Tantalizing foods from faraway countries such as Serbian, Peruvian, Nepalese, French and African Creole to name just a few. 

Musical styles and traditional folk instruments from different countries will be on display for all to hear. From a digeridoo to Taiko drumming the crowd at the festival will be tranced and delighted to hear the many cultural differences on stage. 

 Not to mention, the cultural dances from all parts of the world like Costa Rica, Poland, Japan and Iran. Between dancing and music playing, people can traverse Washington Square downtown which is on the City County Building grounds and the Library Square Plaza across the street.

 The roads are closed off to traffic making the entire area a safe pedestrian zone. Doesn't matter when you come, just make sure you come hungry, because the foods of the many cultures will definitely excite your taste buds.  Over 20 different styles of foods from different countries to make anyone's mouth salivate in anticipation.

 Apart from the food and music, there is also arts & crafts from the many different world regions. Arts and Crafts of all kinds over 30 different and unique artisans. 

From Pueblo Pottery & Hopi Arts to South Sudanese Crafts.....From Indian Henna to Belarusian Woodcarving. 

So In Conclusion...

Respected and Revered cultures that have made Utah their home from home, the Living Traditions Festival aims to honor and respect the many talented individuals and families that came to Utah to create a home and family for their future posterity. 

Not only to celebrate their homeland traditions, but to be able to pass on traditions from older generation to newer generations. 

The unique idea that they've contributed to the State of Utah and diversified its population for the better.


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