By Heather Madsen,
The Superbloom Music Festival is back for its third year with a lineup you don’t want to miss! Started three years ago by the Utah-based band The National Parks, Superbloom is a celebration of life, music, and community. This event started as a dream to have a music festival in the place where the band originated, and to celebrate with the people and places that helped make them a success. Despite Covid set-backs and venue changes, the festival persisted and is now being hosted at The Gallivan Center.
The National Parks is an indie/folk pop group made up of four individuals who play guitar, keys, drums, and violin. Its founder and lead guitarist/vocalist, Brady Parks, first got his start in a battle of the bands competition while attending school in Provo. The contest led to the group recording their first album, launching a kickstarter campaign, lineup changes, deciding on their official band name, and finally breaking into the mainstream music world. You can find their music today on all streaming platforms and their fanbase has exploded with each new album release.
If you want to experience their music live, mark your calendar for September 23rd, and buy your tickets now! The National Parks will be hosting the festival, and setting the stage for several other incredible artists such as JP Saxe, Matt Maeson, Sego, Cardinal Bloom, Goldmyth, Jordan Moyes, Harpers, 26fi, and Cactus Tree. It’s a fantastic mix of chart toppers and local performers that any music lover will enjoy. Tickets start at $39 for general admission, or get one of the VIP passes to get the very most out of your time at the festival. VIP passes also get you entrance to A Campfire Concert with The National Parks, a private concert held the night before at Kilby court. Tickets and more information can be found at https://www.superbloomfest.com/.