The perfect night at Grand Canyon begins with the concert
of a lifetime... order
your tickets today and plan your mini get-away!
After the concert you'll want to walk
along the Rim. While the Canyon is out of view at night,
the stars are in their glory! Bring your telescope or
celebrate the night sky. If you plan to camp, don't forget to
pack your favorite fireside stories (and be
sure to reserve
your campsite in advance). Should you prefer the luxury of
civilization, you'll want to make reservations at one of our fine
local hotels. Many of these hotels include fabulous
restaurants where you can indulge in a post-concert dinner,
drink, or dessert.
A great day at Grand Canyon starts with a walk
along the Rim at sunrise with
your camera in tow. Ranger Programs are held throughout
the day on various park-related topics (see your copy of The
Guide, provided at the entrance station, for details).
If you're the adventurous type, you may want to schedule a custom dayhike or backpacking
trip, go horseback riding, or see the Canyon from a helicopter.
Be sure to schedule these types of adventures in advance.
Finally, you won't want to miss an opportunity to experience a Grand
Canyon sunset (Sunset
times). Concerts begin afterwards at 7:30 p.m. (NACAP recitals
begin at 7 p.m.)
We look forward to seeing you at the Grand Canyon this
More Park Info & Activites
For official information on Grand Canyon National Park, visit the park's
Web site or its Trip
IN AND NEAR THE
PARK ARE AVAILABLE!
Many of our local business sponsors have blocked hotel rooms and
are offering discounts and packages for Festival ticket
holders. Rooms will be available in Tusayan, just outside the Park
entrance, and may be available inside the Park.
Mention that you have purchased tickets,
and ask about available discounts, packages, and special
Lodging just Outside the Park:
Plaza Resort Grand Canyon
Western Grand Canyon Squire Inn
In-Park Lodging at:
Parks & Resorts
888-297-2757 (toll free)
Thank you for supporting those
who support us!
Xanterra Transportation Desk (for in-park transportation)
Service on the Tusayan Route operates daily May 16 -September
13; shuttle runs every 15 minutes, 8 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.. Must present valid
park entrance pass to board.
September (at the South Rim):
Highs: 76° F (24°C)
Lows: 47° F (8° C)