5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Enter from 2200 W. and Park Road, or 11010 S. and Redwood Rd.
How about a parade, but in reverse! In this event, you pull up to get a refreshing root beer float (while supplies last) to enjoy as you ride in your vehicle past fantastic floats.
Watch our Best in SoJo Pet Show, hosted by Mayor Dawn Ramsey and Mrs. Utah 2020 on Saturday, June 6th at 9:00 am for the winners here and on the City’s Facebook page.
Join us live for the Best in SoJo Pet Show! Thanks for participating and congrats to all the winners. Don’t miss this “petacular” event!
2021 SoJo Summerfest Battle of the Bands
Application and Terms and Conditions of Participation
SoJo Summerfest Battle of the Bands Video Submission
DUE July 5, 2021
Thank you for your interest in the SoJo Summerfest Battle of the Bands. By entering this competition, each member of your band must agree to the following terms and conditions:
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Natalie Domino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parade Date & Time: September 18, 9:00 am
South Jordan City welcomes you to the annual Summerfest celebration–a favorite among participants and residents alike. Please take a moment to read the following entry form information.
Complete the entry form below and submit before or on the August 16th deadline to avoid the late fee. Please also read and be familiar with the parade rules and regulations, also below. Thank you!
South Jordan Summerfest Parade Guidelines, Terms, & Conditions
This year’s parade will be limited to the first 100 entries. Each entry must have completed a timely application. Any unpermitted entry will be escorted off the parade route.
Please be sure to communicate these rules to everyone in your entry. Only one copy of these rules is attached to each entry form.
If motorized vehicles will be included, each entry will be limited to 4 vehicles. Drivers of motorized vehicles must have valid Utah driver licenses.
All minors riding bicycles, using skateboards, scooters, or roller blades must wear appropriate safety equipment.
Appropriate music or sound may be used by an entry; however, no air horns or excessive noise/music is permitted.
Propelling water at parade spectators along the route is strictly prohibited. Water guns and/or water balloons are not permitted in the parade.
Do not throw or shoot candy, paper, or souvenirs at spectators. However, a gentle “UNDERHAND” toss is acceptable.
All animal entries must arrange to provide their own accompanying clean-up crews.
Keep within 20 – 30 feet of the entry in front of you. Do not pause during the parade except to maintain proper distance, or during an emergency.
City and parade officials reserve the right to eject any entry at any time failing to comply with parade rules and regulations, or posing safety risks to their participants or spectators.