Each year over Labor Day Weekend hundreds of people from all over the country gather to the town square in Midway, UT for Swiss Days.

Tips for Attending Swiss Days

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Swiss Days is a celebration of Midway’s Swiss heritage. With yummy food, free entertainment, and plenty of unique booths to explore, you will soon understand why Swiss Days is an annual tradition for many.

Parking for Swiss Days

There are a few different places to park for Swiss Days, including along the roads and/or pay parking areas.

The Easiest Parking is also Free. Simply find a parking area on this map. Though these areas are away from the town center a free shuttle will come every few minutes and take you to the town center. The only challenge with this is to remember which lot you parked in!

Shopping at Swiss Days

Swiss Days has booths featuring anything and everything from some truly talented people. The process to get a booth is difficult, insuring that the items for sale are truly unique and some of the best.

With over 180 booths you can find a little of everything, crafts, toys, artwork, clothing and much more.

Food at Swiss Days

The food booths at Swiss Days have a unique story, each person working in the booths is a volunteer. Members of LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) Wards  in the area are each assigned a booth or two that they staff. They make the food from pre-made baked goods in the relief Society booth to fresh hot Swiss Nuts in the Nut Booth.

Food to Try

Swiss Nuts – Hot cinnamon roasted almonds. These nuts taste amazing! When the warm nuts are being made if you’re near the booth the smell will make your mouth start watering.

Swiss Tacos – also known as Navajo Tacos – enjoy yummy scones topped with a mountain of delicious toppings. The Swiss Tacos are large so you might want to share with a friend.

Swiss Kraut – Be sure to try the fresh Kraut. The Kraut is made specifically for Swiss Days.

Bratzlies – Homemade Bratzlies are amazing! These treats always sell out so be sure to stop by the Relief Society Booth to get some before they are gone.

Other foods to try include pie and ice cream, Scones, Sandwiches and more.

Saturday morning there is a Chuckwagon Breakfast and Saturday starting at 4 PM there is a Barbecue Dinner.

Swiss Days Entertainment

Swiss Days has free live entertainment throughout the weekend, here is a schedule of events at Swiss Days.

There is also a parade, 10K and Kid’s Race.


Have you ever been to Swiss Days? What’s your favorite part, let me know in the comments.