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Dig in to the meaty lineup at Fork Fest 2022 next month

By Ashtyn Asay - | May 3, 2022

Courtesy Clark Clifford

The Backseat Lovers perform Saturday, June 8, 2019, at Fork Fest at Art Dye Park in American Fork.

Fork Fest, Utah County’s answer to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, will return yet again in 2022.

The single-day festival will take place on June 11 at Art Dye Park in American Fork, with performances from 28 bands on three different stages.

This year, Salt Lake City native Jack Rutter, who goes by the stage name Ritt Momney, will headline the festival. Rutter, an indie-pop artist, will perform on the Central Bank Mountain Stage from 9:30-10:30 p.m.

Additional artists performing at Fork Fest include Brandon Robbins of The Moth & The Flame, Sego, Brother, Jenn Blosil, S2cool, EJ Michels of Foreign Figures, and Lantern By Sea. This year’s festival will also feature local vendors, bounce houses, foam machines, food, VIP tents and more.

When asked what Fork Fest brings to American Fork, Camden Bird, assistant city administrator, said he believes it brings a lively touch to the community.

Courtesy Clark Clifford

Sego performs Saturday, June 8, 2019, at Fork Fest at Art Dye Park in American Fork.

“Fork Fest is a wonderful splash of color on our community canvas. Harrington Center for the Arts does a great job running this event and we are grateful to our residents for approving our PARC funds which help sponsor this event,” he said. “Fork Fest brings together talent, art and community and is a new tradition we hope to keep alive for years to come.”

Fork Fest is sponsored by the Harrington Center for the Arts, a nonprofit organization committed to community culture, growing artistic talent and revitalizing American Fork.

For more information on this event, visit www.forkfest.org.

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