A new lineup of events and Summer festivals at University Place have just been announced. Find the details here.

Summer festivals at University Place announced

Orem —University Place, a 120-acre mixed-use development, announced the addition of another cultural festival in the lineup of summer events.  This will be the third festival to celebrate various cultures in one month.

New this year, for the first time, The Timpanogos Nation will host a Native American Celebration at The Orchard on August 20.  They will have a food booth with fry bread and a craft table offering beading and silversmith crafts. More details are available on the website.

On July 30, the Bolivian Festival will return for its second year to The Orchard at University Place. Hosted by the El Chasqui Foundation, nonprofit organization aimed to raise awareness and support community projects both in Utah and Bolivia, the festival begins 4pm until 9pm, this festival will feature a Central & South American parade, live performances, food, vendors and more.

Following the Bolivian Festival, on August 6, the African Heritage Festival also returns to The Orchard from 3:00 – 8:00 pm. This event will kick off with a parade, live performances, food, and vendors. Ngoma y’Africa, based out of Provo Utah organizes this event.

All events are subject to change and weather. For more details and a full schedule of events, visit

About University Place

Opening in the early 1970’s in Orem, Utah, University Place (formerly University Mall) is a 120-acre development in the midst of a $500 million revitalization. In addition to first-class retail offerings, University Place is now home to upscale residential, Class-A office and high-quality green space. University Place was first developed and is still owned and operated by Woodbury Corporation, a 100-year-old, 4th generation family-run business, and one of the oldest and most respected full-service real estate development and management companies in the Intermountain West. For more information about University Place and updates on the project, visit For more information about Woodbury Corporation, visit