Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How do I get tickets for the Pageant performances?
All performances are free, no tickets are needed
Q. How much is parking?
The parking is directly south of the Pageant site and is free to the public.
Q. Is there handicapped parking available?
Yes, the entrance is marked and tour buses also enter at that gate. Parking volunteers will direct you to the area for handicap vehicles to park
Q. Is there reserved seating?
No, there are 8,000 seats and they are open to the public. Groups wishing to sit together should arrive early. Items set on seats to “mark” a group area will be removed by Security. Individuals who wish to save seats, may save up to 5 seats for each individual sitting on a row.
Q. Is there food available?
Yes, local service clubs provide an assortment of hot dinners, drinks and snacks. Click on Food Services to find the link with prices and menus.
Q. Can I bring my own food or drink?
Yes, visitors are welcomed to bring picnics, as long as they dispose of refuse properly. There is no barbequing or fires permitted. No alcoholic beverages are allowed.
Q. Can I bring my own chairs or blanket to enjoy the performance?
Yes, areas are marked off for those who want to bring their own lawn chairs. Walk ways are clearly marked for performers as well as for Fire codes and audience safety.
Q. What time does the performance begin?
The processional begins at 9:15 each evening. The costumed cast welcomes the audience from 7pm until the processional begins.
Q. How can I find out about applications to be a cast member of the Pageant?
Pageant applications are available via this website (see Applications) and are accepted in August of each year for the following year’s performances. All cast and crew are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and volunteer their time to participate. Selections are made in December and cast and crew are contacted via email about their selection.
Q. What handicap accommodations are available for the hearing impaired?
American Sign Language Interpretation is provided live for each performance (at the front Left-hand side of the Pageant)
Q. Can I listen to the performance in Spanish?
Yes, head sets are provided for Spanish translation at the Language booth