It’s not as big as Coachella, but the band The National Parks is launching a one-day musical festival this spring at the edge of Zion National Park.

The indie folk-pop band, which hails from Provo, announced Tuesday it’s launching the Superbloom Music Festival, at the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater in Springdale on Saturday, April 25.

Tickets for the event go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at 24Tix.com.

"We feel really lucky to be a band from Utah and to be surrounded by such natural beauty,” Brady Parks, the band’s lead vocalist and guitarist, said in a statement. He added that the amphitheater in Springdale “is one of those strikingly beautiful places. ... We played a show there a few years ago and ever since then we’ve been dying to go back.”

The National Parks will headline the festival, which will run from 2 to 10 p.m., with gates opening at 1 p.m. Also on the bill:

• Folk-rock singer-songwriter Joshua James, who lives part-time in American Fork.

• Alt-rock band The Strike, also from Provo.

• Folk-rock band Tow’rs, from Flagstaff, Ariz.

• Alt-rock duo The Federal Empire, from Los Angeles.

• Utah-raised singer-songwriter Ellee Duke.

• Indie-rock band Brother, also from Provo.

Tickets are $45 for general admission, with a $5 discount for those buying “early bird” tickets (between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday). Tickets to the first five rows are $65 each.

For $100, fans can buy VIP tickets that include seating up front, pit access, a meet-and-greet, an album bundle, a festival poster, and access to a special private show the night before, on Friday, April 24.

In February, The National Parks — consisting of Parks, vocalist/keyboardist Sydney Macfarlane, violinist Megan Parks and drummer Cam Brannelly — will announce the release date for the band’s fourth studio album.