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With hauntingly beautiful music and a compelling soundtrack, the “Voices of San Juan” pageant tells poignant stories of sacrifice and courage in early San Juan County history and throughout the pages of time, brought to life in the beauty and majesty of southeastern Utah’s red rock country.



The pageant sends a powerful and moving message that all people upon the face of the earth are children of God-brothers and sisters whose common goal in life should be to lift and strengthen one another. Only then will cultural and social barriers be melted down, through the warmth of love and brotherhood.



There is plenty of parking area at the pageant site for all who drive their personal vehicles. There will also be transportation available, free, for those who need it. A bus leaves the North LDS Chapel parking lot in Blanding at 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.



“Voices of San Juan” is located approximately seven miles northeast of Blanding, just off Hwy 191 to give directions to the pageant site.



Multi-cultural preshow entertainment begins at 8:30 p.m. The pageant starts at dark, (approximately 9:30 p.m.) Admission is free.
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