The Alpine Living Nativity is becoming more and more popular each year.  It is a free event, however, donations will be accepted and donated to Huntsman Cancer Institute, Operation Smiles and Hershey’s Smiles.  Tickets will be required to make sure that they do not exceed the maximum amount of people allowed in the area and will be available online.

The Living Nativity
900 N Main Street
Alpine, UT 84004


Dec. 5 (6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.)
Dec. 6 (6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.)
Dec. 7 (3:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.)
Dec. 9 (6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.)

Due to the growing number of visitors we receive every year at the Alpine Living Nativity, this year there will be a requirement to present a valid ticket to enter the event. Tickets are free and will be available on a first come first served basis.

Below you will find a few guidelines for receiving Alpine Living Nativity Tickets (click for registration):

  1. Free Tickets

    All tickets for attending the Alpine Living Nativity are free and can be obtained right here on this page. If anyone attempts to sell you a ticket, please notify us immediately and do not accept such a transaction.

  2. Monday night, Alpine Residents only

    Monday night will be reserved to Alpine residents only, with valid tickets.

  3. Tickets limit per Household

    Tickets are limited to 10 tickets per Household!

  4. 5,000 Visitors per night

    Each night will be limited to 5,000 visitors, as per Alpine City Regulations for mass gatherings. For best chance to get in to the Nativity, please have online tickets for your group and be in line at church (900 N Main Street, Alpine, UT) before 8:30 pm.


    • Jenni, thanks for reading! Please make sure you click on the link above (right before the guidelines) to register for tickets!

    • Hi Elizabeth, make sure you register on the Alpine Living Nativity website,, or by clicking on the link in the post. You’ll receive tickets through there that you can take with you! Thanks for reading!

    • Coralie, I’m not sure if you’d need one or not but I would guess yes, just because your baby will count as a person and they’re trying to limit the amount of people that are there at one time. But since they’re free, you might as well, right? 🙂

    • Shana, unfortunately I’ve never been! However, I’m guessing it would be possible. All I know is that there are hay rides from the parking lot up to the general area. However, in the case of a wheelchair, I’m guessing they would allow drop offs from a car instead of a hay ride. And then it is about a 1/4 mile distance up to the nativity area. But since I’m not sure, I will ask on Facebook and I can get back with you!

  1. Hi – I’m trying to get tickets by clicking the website and it keeps giving me a configuration error – is there another way I can get these – I need 10 for Saturday the 7th.

    • Karyn, I’m guessing their page is currently down. Check back later today on their page and if I see it’s working, I’ll let you know!

  2. I registered for 6 tickets for Friday, December 6th. I did the registration on my cell phone when I was away from my computer, so I could not print off the tickets. Is there anyway I can print them off now or will I need to register again for another date and time?

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