Peach Days

 As organizers of the Brigham City Peach Days Festival, we have been closely monitoring the ever-evolving COVID-19 crisis. Based on the high degree of uncertainty about what the coming months will hold; and after consulting city officials, local health department, and local community groups; and in the best interest of the general public, our volunteers, vendors, businesses, and the non-profit groups that are involved, we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Annual Peach Days (scheduled for September 9 – 12, 2020).

“While we are disheartened at the thought of a year without this traditional event, we feel that moving forward with the given uncertainty would be a risk to our community, businesses, volunteers, vendors and guests,” says Monica Holdaway, executive director of the Box Elder Chamber of Commerce. “We also want to make sure we are able to provide the support our local business community needs at this time. Peach Days will be back, and we will endeavor to make it better than ever, but for now we will focus on our business members to make sure they too return stronger than before.” “This was one of the hardest decisions the Chamber and the Board has had to make in a very long time,” says Marcie Powell, president of the Box Elder Chamber of Commerce Board. “Knowing the rich history and tradition behind Peach Days I can assure you this decision was not made lightly or without extensive conversation amongst the Board. However, and with the current State guidelines the health and safety of our community is much more important to us.”

Mayor Vincent of Brigham City said, “I have been very hopeful that Peach Days would move forward, however, in light of the recent uptick in Covid19 cases, I support the Chamber’s decision to cancel. We appreciate the efforts of the Chamber of Commerce to try to make Peach Days happen.”

The Box Elder Chamber supports over 400 businesses members. We strongly encourage our many fans, supporters and community to find ways to continue to support these wonderful organizations and businesses in the months ahead. We will be back for Peach Days 2021, September 8 – 11. For more information, please visit the Peach Days website at peachdays.com

  
Among the many assets of Brigham City is the history and heritage that exists. Started in 1904 as a day-off from the harvest and time to celebrate “an abundance of the best peaches in Utah”. Peach Days is an honored tradition that brings approximately 35,000 spectators a fun-filled weekend that the Top of Utah and Southern Idaho residents look forward to every year. The event takes place in September, the weekend following Labor Day.

Car Show

10k Race

Jr. Peach Queen

The Junior Peach Queen Pageant Committee organized by the Brigham City Women’s Club announced that the 2021 Pageant will be open to both 5 and 6 year old girls.  This will allow any participant that is missing out this year the opportunity to participate next year.  There will be separate royalties selected by random drawing for each age group.  Details of the pageant will be announced summer 2021.

Harley & Custom Bike Show

Booth Application

Saturday Parade

Friday Kick Off Parade

SCHEDULE

 

As organizers of the Brigham City Peach Days Festival, we have been closely monitoring the ever-evolving COVID-19 crisis. Based on the high degree of uncertainty about what the coming months will hold; and after consulting city officials, local health department, and local community groups; and in the best interest of the general public, our volunteers, vendors, businesses, and the non-profit groups that are involved, we have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Annual Peach Days (scheduled for September 9 – 12, 2020).
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Peach Days Sponsors

    • Maise Technology
    • Autoliv
    • Box Elder Chamber of Commerce
    • Brigham City Corporation
    • Brigham City Community Hospital
    • Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems
    • Homie
    • Swire Coca-Cola
    • Members First Credit Union
    • UTA Transportation
    • America First Credit Union
    • Associated Food Stores
    • B & B Billiards
    • Box Elder County Tourism
    • Box Elder News Journal
    • Carlson Catering: Gyros-Smoothies-Chicken
    • Eliason Ranch Trucking
    • Hometown Values
    • Intermountain Healthcare
    • Iron Gate Catering
    • Jack B. Parson Companies
    • ORTHOUTAH Orthopaedic Clinics of Northern Utah, Dr. Bitner-Dr. Higbee-Dr. Peterson
    • Northrop Grumman
    • P&G
    • Standard Examiner
    • Tagge’s Famous Fruit & Veggies
    • The Leader
    • Tractor Supply Co.
    • Wal-Mart
    • West Liberty Foods
    • WCF Insurance Company
    • Whitaker Construction Co.
    • Young Ford of Brigham City
    • Baywash
    • Blanchard’s Braces
    • Bott and Sons Monument
    • Box Elder County Credit Union
    • Brigham City Rotary Club District 5420
    • Brigham Floral & Gift
    • Carrier Heating & Cooling
    • Coldwell Banker Tugaw Realtors
    • Edge Orthodontics, Dr. Clark Andersen
    • Frank May Ski Doo
    • Gillies Funeral Chapel
    • Goldenwest Credit Union
    • Hampton Inn Brigham City
    • Jensen Automotive
    • Kent’s Marketplace
    • Kiwanis Club of Brigham City
    • Little Valley Country Store & Campground
    • Myers Mortuary
    • Oldies Production
    • Revere health Farr West Family Medicine & Urgent Care
    • Skywalker Trampolines
    • Snap-On Tools, Chris Hickman
    • Synergy One Lending
    • The Print Shop
    • The SleepBetter Institute
    • United Way of Northern Utah
    • Wheeler Power Systems
    • Zions Bank
    • Bank of Utah
    • Big J Milling
    • Brigham.net
    • Buzzbru Coffee & More
    • Hansen & Associates
    • Hansen Motor Company
    • Heritage Auto Group
    • Integrity Home Health & Hospice
    • RC Towing
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