Bryce Canyon National Park Centennial Celebration!


This year, Bryce Canyon National Park is adding “100 years old” to its list of impressive attributes!

On June 8, 2023, Bryce Canyon National Park will celebrate this historic milestone with a centennial ceremony and live concert. The outdoor ceremony will commemorate the exact date Bryce Canyon National Park became a National Monument. Following the ceremony, attendees are invited to bring their dancing shoes all the way up to the canyon’s rim for a free live concert by Utah’s very own, The Piano Guys. The event is free and open to the public (although registration is required).The incredible hoodoos and red rock background are truly the icing on the cake for this park’s 100th year celebration!

The national park and its partners plan to continue the celebration with special programs and events throughout the year for the public to enjoy (see the rack card attached for more details).The centennial celebrations will consist of numerous unique opportunities for the local community and tourists alike to celebrate Bryce Canyon National Park’s rich past and promising future.

Additional information, accommodations and dining options:

Utah’s Bryce Canyon Country

Located in scenic Southern Utah, this area is mostly known for Bryce Canyon National Park but offers endless adventures throughout the region. In addition to Bryce Canyon, Garfield County is home to parts of two other National Parks, three State Parks, two incredible national scenic byways, the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Glen Canyon National Recreation area, thousands of acres of Dixie National Forest and many recreational opportunities. This area appeals to many outdoor enthusiasts, and scenic road trippers and can accommodate those of any skill level. Outdoor enthusiasts can get all of the hiking and backcountry exploring that they dream of. People who prefer relaxing in nature appreciate the quiet setting and beautiful scenery. Photographers love the breathtaking views of the unique landscape. Bryce Canyon has something for everyone, all year round.


  • Where to Stay
    • Boulder Mountain Lodge
  • Where to Eat
    • Hell’s Backbone Grill & Farm
    • Burr Trail Grill
    • Sweetwater Kitchen
    • Magnolias Street Food

Bryce Area 

  • Where to Stay
    • Bryce Glamp and Camp
    • Ruby’s Inn
    • Bryce Under Canvas
    • Stone Canyon Inn
    • Bryce Canyon Resort Hotel
  • Where to Eat
    • Route 12 Grill
    • Cowboy Ranch House
    • Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill 
    • Bryce Canyon Pines Restaurant
    • Bryce Canyon Lodge Restaurant


  • Where to Stay
  • Yonder Escalante
  • Canyon Country Lodge
  • Escalante Escapes
  • Escalante Yurts 
  • The INN of Escalante


  • Where to Stay
    • Panguitch Lake Resort 
    • Two Sunsets Hotel
    • Day’s Inn by Windham Panguitch
    • Panguitch Countryside Cabins
  • Where to Eat 
    • Desert Grill
    • Cowboy’s Smokehouse Café
    • Kenny Ray’s
    • The Flying Goat Café


  • Where to Stay
    • Stone Canyon Inn
    • The Bullberry Inn
    • Bryce Pioneer Village
  • Where to Eat
    • Route 12 Grill
    • Rustler’s Restaurant
    • i.d.k. Barbecue
    • Stone Hearth Grille

Bryce Canyon National Park Centennial Celebration