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Promotional banner for the 21st Fire Water & Ice Festival with list of attractions and sponsors.


What is the Fire Water & Ice Festival? 
A graphic for a "Fire Water & Ice" festival in 2023 featuring flames, snowflakes, electric guitars, and a drum set.

Bigger and better than ever to celebrate the 21st Anniversary!  The Fire Water & Ice Festival (FWI) is a premier family-friendly festival!  Encompassing over 30 acres of the Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center, Chomper’s Cove USA & Utah Olympic Oval, FWI has a myriad of activities for the whole family in one of the best central locations.  Live music, festival food, the biggest pool party, festival rides, children’s activities, ice skating, performing arts, rock-climbing, people-watching, art and vendor market, amazing Fireworks Skyshow and so much more. Come to Fire Water & Ice – you’ll have the time of your life!

The 2023 Fire Water & Ice is set for Saturday, August 5 from noon – Fireworks (approx. showtime at 9:40 PM).

Where is Fire Water & Ice? 

The Fire Water & Ice Festival is located at the Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center & Utah Olympic Oval property located at 5624 South Cougar Lane (4800 West), in Kearns, Utah.  We recommend entering the festival via our South Entrance.

Food & Beverage 

Festival goers LOVE food, and Fire Water & Ice patrons are no different! We have a variety of food trucks  & Chomper’s Grill all of which will be open throughout the day. Click on the logo’s for food truck menus!

Assorted colorful event tickets for various types of admission, like adult, child, and teen.

All ticket prices are per person for all day. 

You must get a festival hand stamp to re-entry if you exit the area:

  • Adults 18 +: $7
  • Youth 3-17: $5
  • KOPFC members: FREE – Must present membership card or pay admission
  • Children 2 and under: FREE
  • Unlimited Ride Wristband*:$4 (see list of included rides & activities)

Fire Water & Ice patrons have several parking options.
All locations are FREE.

Aerial view of a school with marked parking areas and an illustration overlay, possibly representing school pride or a mascot.
  • Parking is available in KOPFC’s North & South parking lots.
  • Parking is available in the Utah Olympic Oval parking lot.
  • Patrons also have the option of parking at the Kearns High School parking lot, just across the street from the Fitness Center – please use the designated crosswalk at the traffic lights and enter via our North Main Entrance to the festival.
  • There is limited parking in the Salt Lake County parking lots around the Oquirrh Park soccer & baseball fields. Please note that some areas will be closed or have restricted access due to the location of where the Fireworks will be set off. Any vehicles parking in any restricted or red zones will be towed at owners expense.
  • All locations have handicap parking stalls for those with permits.
What forms of payment to you accept? 

Tickets for entry to the festival may be paid for by cash, credit card or Apple Pay. We accept Visa, American Express, Mastercard, and Discover. Sorry, we do not accept checks.

What all is there to do at Fire Water & Ice? 

WOW! A better question is, What isn’t there to do at FWI?! We have live bands performing from early afternoon until 9:40 PM. There are 5 pools including a Splash pad to keep cool all day.  Over many rides and attractions to play on, a Teen Only Zone where you can get one of our famous free airbrush tattoos, a Tot Only Zone with carnival games and fishing pond, ice skating from 1 – 6 PM on the Fastest Ice on Earth at the Utah Olympic Oval (skate rentals $4.50), Water Wars and so much more.  Food Trucks will be on hand to keep your appetite in check and a variety of vendors offering services, fun things to buy and things you just can’t live without. All this leads up to the highly anticipated Fireworks Skyshow at 9:40 PM – see some amazing new effects all choreographed to our Festival Soundtrack played within the main grounds. No matter what excites you – you’ll find lots of fun at Fire Water & Ice!

Is there a schedule of bands and other performers? 

YES! This year FWI welcomes Utah’s most excellent retro 80’s band, Channel Z from 3:00 PM performing the biggest hits from the best music decade ever!  Then at 7:00 PM it’s time to gather your friends and hit the dance floor as Utah’s High-Energy party band, The Current, take charge of the rest of the evening covering all the hits from current to classic artists.  Also, don’t miss out on one of the best Polynesian Dance & Entertainment experiences – TeHamata will be performing at 1:00 PM at the main stage area.  This will be a great day of performances!

How much are the rides and attactions? 

Fire Water & Ice has a number of rides and attractions to choose from. You’ll agree that our $4 Unlimited Ride Wristband is an amazing value allowing you to enjoy varies rides and attractions all day long. Please note that while most rides are included with the purchase of the wristband, there are several that are not. Check back for a list of “included” attractions.   Things included so far are:  Wipe Out Giant Slide, Wibit Water Obstacle Course (50 Meter Pool), Jurassic Adventure Course, Pirate Bounce, Disney’s Frozen Slide, JAWS Shark Slide, STAR WARS Obstacle Course, Mickeys Playhouse, The Lost Jungle King Cobra Obstacle Course, TripleThreat Sports Zone, Sticky Wall, Water Wars balloon launch, Ice Skating at the Utah Olympic Oval (skate rentals are $6) is include in your admission. So as you can see, plenty to do at a great price!

Outdoor event with inflatable attractions, people, tents, and a festive atmosphere.
Food Trucks & More! 
Illustrations of different themed food trucks for a festival.

Be sure to come hungry to the Festival. There will be plenty of selections to try something different for lunch and dinner, or a snack throughout the day. Our big top dining tent will also keep you in the shade while you enjoy your delicious selections.



FWI Cornhole Tournament 
Logo for a cornhole tournament, featuring cornhole boards and festival-themed graphics.

Sign up for our First Annual FWI Cornhole Tournament.  Medals and prizes for the top 3 teams, but let’s just agree, playing cornhole is worth it alone!! Tournament will be held on Saturday, Aug 5, from 12:30 to approx. 3:30 PM during our Fire Water & Ice Festival.  2 Person teams, but on one person needs to sign up for the tournament.  We will be following rules from the American Cornhole Association.  Entry is only $20/team which includes your admission into the festival.  Hurry and sign up as tournament is limited to only 16 teams.


Kearns Hometown Parade & Night 


To participate in this year’s Kearns Hometown Days Parade. No fee required to enter parade, no payment for entry.  Traditional Route: Staging at Kearns High School and parade will begin at Kearns High School then travels North on Cougar Lane (4800 West), travels East on 5400 South (5415) ending at 4000 West.  Check in time can begin at 7:00 am, judging from 7:30 am to 8:30 am.  Deadline For Entry Form: August 1, 2023

2023 Parade Entry Form



Life is a Game, So let the Games begin at Kearns Hometown Night held at Kearns Library and Oquirrh Hills Elementary School at 4275 West 5345 South in Kearns.  This will be a great family fun night with bounce houses, music, games, Police vs. Firefighters Obstacle Course Challenge.  Bring your pet for free Microchipping and licensing (fee charged for license), and much more.  See you there!

Allowed & Prohibited Items 


  • Handbags
  • Backpacks
  • Strollers and wheelchairs
  • Cameras
  • Coolers – but must be checked and tagged at entrance gates.  You are allowed to bring your own beverages (no alcohol of any kind) & food, but you’ll probably find yourself craving for our food vendors.


  • Illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia
  • Pets (except for clearly marked service animals)
  • Skateboards, scooters, or bikes.
  • Unauthorized materials including flyers, stickers, samples, etc.
  • Amplified music devices
  • Weapons or explosives of any kind
Lost Kids & 1st Aid 

Our Lost Child & First Aid room is meant for both lost children and people requiring medical attention. It is centrally located in the room in the building on the east side of the outdoor pools. If you have trouble finding this location please ask any festival staff or lifeguard.

Also our No Child Lost (NCL) program will be back.  Upon entry into the festival, stop at the NCL tent where your child will receive a wristband for you to write your cell phone number on, and where you can take a photo of what your child is wearing at the festival.  Should your child become lost simple go to the Lost Child/First Aid room or contact any nearby officer where you can show your child’s photo and the search will begin.  Hopefully in no time at all your child will be back safe and sound with you to continue enjoying the festival activities.

The safety and security of our patrons is the most important issue for us. If you are separated from your child, our volunteers and police will communicate with each other until your child is found and you are reunited.

If you Lose an item? Head to Front Desk. If we have it and you can describe it correctly, you can have it back! Found an item? Take it to our Front Desk and turn it in. You’ll make someone’s day!

Safety & Security 

The safety and security of our FWI patrons is the most important issue to us. The FWI Festival, the Unified Police Department, the Unified Fire Department, and KOPFC Security all participate in the safety and security of our patrons and make us the most prepared. Police officers are located throughout the festival grounds along with a command center located South East of the Olympic Oval plaza.

Our team of experts plans, reviews, and re-reviews all protocol with the authorities involved to ensure proper knowledge by everyone. The safety of our patrons is not an issue we take lightly. So put your mind at ease and come enjoy Fire Water & Ice!