Virtual Live Show 2020

This year, we're excited to announce our first ever virtual live broadcast event!

On December 4, we'll be taking you on a winter wonderland walk through the trees at Vivint Arena, sharing inspiring stories from patients at Primary Children's Hospital and our dedicated community members – and a little elf told us there will also be some very special celebrity guests!

Boyé and Carver are teaming up to co-host the 90-minute broadcast from Vivint Arena on Dec. 4, which will be live-streamed here on our website and on our social media channels at 7:00 pm MST.
The show will feature musical performances, stories of patients and volunteers connected with Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital, and other special guests. It is the first live broadcast show in the 50-year history of the Festival of Trees, which is virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Featured Celebrity Guests
Cami Carver
Cami Carver is a local Salt Lake City area 15-year-old cancer survivor who received chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant at Primary Children's as a young girl. Today, she is pursuing an acting career and is currently starring in a holiday movie, The Santa Box, coming out this winter. Cami served as master of ceremonies at the Oct. 22 news conference to announce this year's virtual Festival of Trees.
Alex Boyé
Alex Boyé is an internationally-acclaimed singer and actor residing in the Salt Lake City area. Alex was named 2017's "Rising Artist of the Year" in a contest sponsored by Pepsi and Hard Rock Café. In recent years, he released a single, "Bend Not Break," that was produced by Randy Jackson of American Idol fame, and appeared in a duet with Marie Osmond on her album, "Music Is Medicine." Alex and his wife, Julie, have seven children, with one more on the way.
Payson Inkley
Payson Inkley is a 10-year-old local Salt Lake City area cancer survivor and former patient at Primary Children's Hospital. Payson was diagnosed with leukemia in 2017, just four days before his 7th birthday. He took his diagnosis and treatment in stride and on October 8, 2019 – after 889 days of fighting – Payson finished his cancer treatments. Today, Payson is doing great. He enjoys performing in musical theatre, sports, and spending time with his family.