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Our Facility and Events Promoter can assist you with locating venues, facilities, and associated tourist related services for special events, meetings, retreats, weddings, reunions, sporting events, festivals, shows and much more.

Michele Hill
Facility and Events Promoter
(435) 259-1340

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Press Release: Moab - Celebrating Meeting and Event Spaces

ImageMoab Area Travel Council
P.O. Box 550
Moab, Utah 84532
Phone 435-259-1370/FAX 435-259-1376

Email: info@moabutah.info
Website: www.moabutah.info

Moab, Utah nestled in the red rocks of Canyonlands Country is Utah’s Adventure Capitol. The scenery, the surroundings, the activities, the history – it is all inviting, and calling you to organize your concert, festival, ceremony, or conference in Moab!

Moab was first settled in 1855 by Mormons who quickly abandoned their remote outpost because they were frightened of the area’s Native American population. It was resettled in 1876. Since that time, the city and its people have carved an existence as changing as the eroded desert around it. Today the primary industry is tourism and the town seeks to develop the potential for Meetings and Events all year round.

Canyonlands National Park is the largest national park in the state, and its diversity staggers the imagination. An issued special use permit enables small gatherings for ceremonies among the thousand foot views down into river canyons, or up, to red rock pinnacles, cliffs and spires are truly awe-inspiring. The parks geophysical characteristics have naturally sectioned it into three areas called: Island in the Sky, the Needles and the Maze. For access of these backcountry spaces seek the countenance first of locally National Park concessionairs. These professional outfitters will decidely aid in navigating the conditions of use for hiking, backpacking, rafting, canoeing, four wheel driving (on designated roads only), and mountain biking in canyonlands backcountry.

Public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) or Utah Trust Lands, also require permits for events, and make up the bulk of the acres outside of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Upon these granted lands, a planner may consider erecting an event tent to create an outstanding ambience for the participants.

Going way back in history, Star Hall, was Moab's first contrived meeting space. Rennovated in 2008, the Historic Star Hall, a theater, seats 289 people. The Red Devil Auditorium seats 650. Other indoor venues are supplied by local hotels and restaurants.

The past and the present have come together with tours of the national parks, coupled with activities within the parks and those that view the past. Visitors see the geological formations, prehistoric sites, and Indian writing from the seats of their vehicles, bikes, canoes, kayaks, and rafts. Hiking to these locations is extremely breathtaking and an excellent way to really feel the mysteries left of an earlier time. For more information about Moab Meeting and Event Facilities, go to www.moabutah.info or call 800-635-6622 for a free color brochure.