Gate Price $ 5.00, Kids Free
Click here to Register Online, Buy Colors, Meals, T- Shirts, etc.
COLORS FROM OUTSIDE SOURCES NOT ALLOWED
Or pick up Tickets, Colors etc. from the Spanish Fork or
Salt Lake City Temple Gift Stores starting March 1st.
10 am – 8 pm Daily
Tickets, Colors etc. Available at the Gate on the Day of the Festival
Schedule of Entertainment on the Main Stage Saturday
10:00 am Householders
11:00 am Malini Dance
11:15 am Jai Krishna & Ananda Groove
12:30 pm Lokah Bhakti
1:00 pm Dub Kirtan All Stars
2:15 pm MC Yogi & DJ Sol Rising
3:15 pm DJ Sol Rising
3:30 pm Wah
4:45 pm Malini Dance
5:00 pm Householders
Saturday Lake Stage, DJing & Dancing
11:00 am – 12:00 pm DJ Nourish (Jason Kieffer): “Beats and Blending”
12:00- 1:00 pm: “Elements”: DJ Tory & Sean Johnstone
1:00 – 2:00 pm Malini & Tulsi: the Yoga of Dance
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Lokah Bhakti & the Bhakti Dance
3:00 – 4:00 pm: DJ Nourish
4:00 – 5:00 pm DJ Sol
Yoga Stage Instructors
Noon – 1 pm Clint Menlove
1 – 2 pm Majela Romera
2 – 3 pm Sean Johnstone
3 – 4 pm Lokah Bhakti
4 – 5 pm Jai Krishna Das
Schedule of Entertainment on the Main Stage Sunday
11 am – 12 pm Householders
12 pm – 1 pm MC Yogi & DJ Sol
1 pm – 2 pm Dub Kirtan All Stars
2 pm – 3 pm Wah
3 pm – 4 pm Jai Krishna & Ananda Groove
Sunday Lake Stage
Noon – 1 pm Jason Keiffer (DJ Nourish)
1 – 2 pm “Elements” DJ Torry and Sean Johnstone
2 – 3 pm Lokah Bhakti & Bhakti Dance
3 – 4 pm Malini & Tulsi: The Yoga of Dance
Sunday Yoga Stage
12 – 1 pm Sean Johnstone
1 – 2 pm Lokah Bhakti
2 – 3 pm Majela Romero
Free Parking is available at the Spanish Fork Fairground, Spanish Fork Sports Park and Salem Hills High School. Shuttle buses run back and forth throughout the day for $ 2 RT Adults, Kids 12 & Under Free. Many neighbors will also rent out parking in their fields for $ 5.00.
Everything You Need To Know!
1. What to Wear? There are no rules about what to wear, though many find that wearing white allows the colors to really shine. Be sure you wear something that you don’t mind getting a little colorful.
2. Are the Colors Safe? Absolutely! The colors are made of plant-based, non-toxic, all-natural cornstarch. They are safe for the environment, children, and pregnant women. They’re even edible–not that we’d suggest eating them!
3. Who Should Come? Color Festival is for everyone! Men, women, children, families–everyone is welcome at this all-inclusive event that will help you re-connect with what’s most important in life.
This year there will be an additional 600 free parking spaces available right at the South East corner of the Benjamin exit # 253. Shuttles will run from there the extra 3 ,miles ot the temple. Boy Scouts will handle parking and shuttle tickets ($ 2.00 adults, Kids Free)
- We recommend the free parking in the large field (600 spaces) on the South East corner of the Benjamin Exit, # 253. This has been rented by the temple and will be staffed with Boy Scouts who will supervise the parking and $ 2.00 shuttle tickets (adults, kids free)
- The next best means of approach is from further south. Take the Payson exit, turn left, proceed 1 mile east to a traffic light, turn left, and proceed 3 miles to the temple area. There is a large free parking area (300 spaces) on the temple property to the left. To the right many of the neighbors across the street rent out parking spots in their fields for $ 5.00. In this category there are probably about 1,000 spaces.
- The third means of approach, which has traditionally involved the most congestion, is to take the Spanish Fork # 260 exit, proceed south on Main Street to the free parking on the Fairgounds (600 spaces) to the left or, a little further down, the Sports Park (600 spaces) on the right. Here Boy Scouts will manage the parking and shuttle bus tickets which are $ 2.00 for adults and free to children.
- Try to avoid roadside parking as pedestrains tend to spill into the roadways and put themselves at risk from passing vehicles.
There are 300 free parking spaces on the temple property accessed from the radio station entrance on the South Side, by taking the Payson exit and coming north 3 miles. Coming north from Payson you’ll initially see the Salem Hills High School Parking lot on the left, which offers free parking and shuttle service. One mile later the free temple parking access is on the left, and to the right the neighbors across the street have 1,000 parking spaces in their fields, which they’ll be renting for $ 5.00 each. We recommend Ben’s lot with the pink parking sign.
The below parking and busing arrangements are for Saturday only. Sunday we plan on using just the Spanish Fork Sports Park (600 spaces) as a remote parking location and having 4 shuttle buses.
Directions and Parking. Last buses (we’ll have 8 buses running all day Saturday) return to parking lots at 7:15 pm Saturday.
The Utah Highway Patrol deems roadside parking puts pedestrians at risk & asks people use the parking lots and shuttle buses.
Those kind enough to volunteer to help with parking, security, & selling bags of colors, please contact Caru Das. We’ll need at least 75 volunteers. Volunteers who work for 2 shifts of 2 hours will receive a free meal or festival t-shirt. Admission fee is not waived for volunteers.
To Parking Lot #1: (Saturday Only)
Additional Information and options:
For Southbound traffic on I-15:
Coming from the North – Take Exit #253-Benjamin from I-15, exit onto W 8000 S (turn left heading East), Turn Right on N 460 W (about one mile from the exit), proceed 2 miles, turn left on W 400 N. Salem Hills High will be just ahead on your Right. This parking lot is 1 mile south of the temple, Shuttle buses for a one time fee of $ 2.00 (kids under 12 free) will give you a ride to the festival and back afterwards. Local Boy Scout troupes will direct the parking, collect the fee for the shuttle ride, and receive a portion of the income.
Map to Parking Lot #1:
To Parking Lots #2 & #3: (Saturday both lots, Sports Complex only for Sunday.)
For Southbound traffic on I-15:
Coming from the North – Take exit # 257, turn left, proceed through Spanish Fork and park (attendants will be there) at either the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds & Landmark High School, or the Sports Complex, all just on the south end of town. Most recommended for quick transport to the temple is the Sports Complex. To access the 1,000 parking spots at the Sports Complex, take a right at the first light past the Fairgrounds. Shuttle buses for a one time fee of $ 2.00 (kids under 12 free) will give you a ride to the festival and back afterwards. Local Boy Scout troups will direct the parking, collect the fee, and receive a portion of the income.
Map to Parking Lot Areas #2-3:
Parking on Temple Property or at neighbor’s across the street (total of 1000 spots, $ 5.00 each): This will be a longer route, but the one most free of congestion.
Travelling south on I – 15
Bypass both the Spanish Fork (257) and Benjamin (253) exits and take Payson exit 250. Turn left, proceed 3/4 mile to the light at 100 North. Turn left and proceed 4.5 miles to the radio station parking lot just south of the temple property. Attendants will park you on the temple property for free, or you can park across the street in the field (with the PINK parking sign) of Ben, our neighbor, who will charge $ 5.00, and gives a donation to the temple every year.
Bus from BYU/Provo:
From Wilkinson Student center at BYU bus number 822 leaves every hour on the hour. That route goes right to the temple. Normally the trip is 30 minutes but may take longer due to festival traffic.