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(Sean P. Means | The Salt Lake Tribune) Salt Lake City artist Fred Conlon, creator of these "Gnome-be-gone" metal sculptures, will return to the Artist Marketplace of this year's Utah Arts Festival.
Utah Arts Festival offering one-day deal on passes today

It’s still two months until the Utah Arts Festival. But planning ahead could save you some money.

The festival is offering a special deal today only: One four-day pass for $25 (which is 30 percent off the regular price) or two four-day passes for $40 (a 58 percent discount).

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This is a limited offer, festival organizers stress, so grab it now by going online. (There’s a $3 fee per order for shipping and handling.)

The Utah Arts Festival happens June 20-23 at Library Square in downtown Salt Lake City.

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