Welcome to the Official Webpage of the Utah Old Time Fiddlers and Country Music Association. We are a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion, perpetuation, and enjoyment of Old Time music. Our purpose is to encourage musicians of all ages, and to provide them with opportunities to improve their skills by performing in public. If you live in Utah, and enjoy the music of the fiddle tradition, then this is the place for you.
Our chapters hold regular jam sessions, and are also available to play for special occasions. If you would like to arrange a performance, please contact the chapter chairpersons nearest you. If you’d like to know more, please feel free to contact one of our club officers on the State Organization page, or email the admin.
If you are new to the organization, and would like to get an idea of the sort of music we play, please feel free to check out our media page for samples.
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Our annual Canyonlands Concert Tour will be held between July 11 and July 20 this year. The Hitch’n Post Campground in Panguitch is our base camp for the entire Concert Tour this year. Call 1-435-676-2436 for reservations. There is a Special rate for members of the Association who camp the whole 9 days, $175 plus $21 each additional day thereafter (estimated $196 after taxes for all 9 days). Check with Jodi & Randy. To ensure a spot, please RSVP with the campground as early as possible if you plan to attend. You will need a $25 deposit to reserve your spot.
Also, for those persons who prefer not to camp, the Hitch’n Post has a one bedroom suite available for rental. The suite has a kitchenette, bathroom and bed. Details are on Hitch’n Post’s website.
See our page for details.
The Salt Lake City chapter’s 11th annual acoustic instrument contest will be held on May 9th this year, at the West Valley city hall. Registration begins at 8AM, contest begins promptly at 9. Contest categories include: fiddle, guitar, mandolin, banjo and harmonica. There is no fee to attend, but there is a fee to compete.
Details to be determined.