Summertime in the Mountains is ALL About the Live Music!

While winter is waning, we’re all waiting patiently for one of the best times of year to start – summer concert season! The expansive list of music venues continues to grow throughout both the Wasatch Back and in the Salt Lake Valley, so we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of the best of the bunch here in our annual concert primer!

Click here for a pirintable pdf of the Summer Concert Primer

DEER VALLEY RESORT

The hills have long been alive with the sound of the Deer Valley® Music Festival, which pairs guest artists and conductors with the Utah Symphony to create harmonious magic under Park City’s starry skies. The performances are held at the Snow Park Lodge outdoor amphitheater in lower Deer Valley Resort, and offer both reserved seating and General Admission lawn tickets (GA patrons are invited to bring their own chairs that measure 9” or lower, but sitting right on your blanket works, too!). Patrons can purchase single tickets for each show, while VIP packages start at $1,000, and the flexible Design-A-Series package provides up to 20% off of three or more performances.

Deer Valley Music Festival Calendar of Dates:

July 5 - Patriotic Pops

July 6 – Christmas in July

July 11 – The Music of Whitney Houston

July 12 – Trailblazing Music of Joni Mitchell, Carole King, & Carly Simon

July 19 – The Rascals

July 20 – Disney in Concert: Once Upon a Time

July 26 – Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture

July 27 – Tower of Power

August 2 – Boogie Wonder Band

August 3 – Leslie Odom, Jr.

August 8 – The Music of John Williams

August 9 – Cody Fry

 

Salt Lake City-based venue, The State Room, also presents headliner shows at Snow Park Amphitheatre as the Deer Valley Concert Series, featuring:

July 13 – Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit

July 14 – Ziggy Marley

July 31 – Michael Franti & Spearhead

August 10 – The Dead South

August 29 – Gregory Alan Isakov

 

For all events at Deer Valley Resort, save yourself the parking hassle and take public transit from Park City Mountain, where there is plenty of free parking and a convenient transit stop and busses will take you directly to the concert venue. Premium parking is offered for the Deer Valley Concert Series shows at $50 per performance for Lot 1 (closest lot to the venue entrance), while VIP Parking in Lot 1 or the Upper Lot for the Deer Valley® Music Festival is included in their VIP Packages

EGYPTIAN THEATRE

Nothing can beat the intimate experience of seeing a live performance at Park City’s iconic Historic Egyptian Theatre. Located on Main Street, the theatre holds just under 300 patrons, but boasts world-class acts that often run for multiple dates. Consider joining The Pharaoh Club for special invitation-only receptions and premium seating. 

May 9-11 – Sam Bush

May 10-11 – Staff & Student Cabaret

May 16-26 – Gwyneth Goes Skiing

May 30-June 1 – David Archuleta

June 5-9 – Company – The Musical!

June 14-15 – Richie Furay Trio

June 19-21 – Pure Prairie League

June 27-29 – Marc Broussard

July 3-7 – Rock of Ages

July 11-14 – Josh Ritter

July 18-21 – The Miracles

July 25-27 – The Addams Family Musical

July 28-30 – Asleep at the Wheel

August 2-3 – Stand-up Comedy Featuring Henry Phillips & Key Lewis

August 7-11 – Fiddler on the Roof

August 15-18 – Reckless Kelly – The Last Hurrah

August 20-25 – Ambrosia

September 5-8 – The Steeldrivers

September 12-14 – Hot Tuna – Acoustic Duo

September 18-22 – Beauty and the Beast – The Musical

October 24-26 – Tinsley Ellis

October 30-Noevember 3 – Sweeney Todd

November 21-23 – The Lil Smokies

November 26-December 1 – Annie – The Musical!

December 5-8 – Christmas with the Celts

 

RED BUTTE GARDEN

Concerts at Salt Lake’s beloved summer music venue, Red Butte Garden, take place on the campus of the University of Utah in the garden’s bucolic setting and feature classic and current headliners. Shows frequently sell out early, but check back at their site throughout the summer as tickets frequently become available close to the show date.

JUNE 4 – Burning Spear, Zavier Rudd

JUNE 13 – Umphrey’s McGee with Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country

June 17 – Kaleo with Vincent Lima

June 19 – Mat Kearney with Donavon Frankenreiter

June 26 – The String Cheese Incident (RBG)

July 7 – Blues Traveler, JJ Grey & Mofro

July 10 – Lyle Lovett and His Large Band

July 14 – Portugal. The Fan featuring Snacktime with the Spoon Brothers

July 15 – The Revivalists with Hiss Golden Messenger

July 16 – Slash – S.E.R.P.E.N.T. Festival, Keb’ Mo’, Samantha Fish, Jackie Venson

July 23 – Lake Street Drive “Good Together” Tour with Celisse

July 25 – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue with Big Boi

July 29 – Melissa Etheridge & Jewel

July 31 – Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo with The Vindys

August 4 – Stray Cats with The Midnight Cowgirls

August 20 – Gipsy Kings featuring Nicholar Reyes

August 6 – Charley Crockett “$10 Cowboy” Tour with John R. Miller

August 11 – Gary Clark Jr.

August 15 – Yonder Mountain String Band, Railroad Earth, & Leftover Salmon

August 16 – O.A.R. “Summer” Tour 2024 with Fitz & the Tantrums

August 18 – The Beach Boys “Endless Summer Gold” Tour

August 19 – Shakey Graves

August 27 – Pink Martini

September 5 – The Airborne Toxic Event with Tyler Ramsey

September 8 – Keane

September 9 – Buena Vista Social Orchestra

September 12 – Vance Joy “Dream Your Life Away” Anniversary Show with Tiny Habits

September 17 – Indigo Girls, Amos Lee

September 18 – Crowded House “Gravity Stairs” Tour

September 24 – Rodrigo Y Gabriela

 

GRANARY LIVE

Considered to be the newest outdoor music venue in the Salt Lake Valley, Granary Live is located in downtown Salt Lake City in its namesake neighborhood, located at 742 South 500 West, in an area that was the heart of manufacturing, processing and storage of goods but has undergone a renaissance over the past decade. This family-friendly venue programs shows on artificial turf and offers food trucks to round out the experience. 

May 31 – Tokischa featuring Sorry Papi

June 18 – Cavetown & Mother Mother

June 21 – Country Music Cookout

June 22 – The Movement

June 23 – Hawthorne Heights: 20 Years of Tears

July 19 – The Roots – “Hip-Hop is the LOML” Tour

August 10 – Billy Currington and Kip Moore

August 13 – Mt. Joy

August 17 – Iration & Pepper

August 24 – Khruangbin

September 29 – The National & The War on Drugs with Special Guest Lucius

October 8 – Goth Babe

October 10 – Still Woozy “Loveseat” Tour

 

UTAH FIRST CREDIT UNION AMPHITHEATRE (formerly USANA)

Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre, located on the western edge of Salt Lake County, is one of the state’s largest concert venues and has announced its full line-up of performances, all of which are shows rescheduled from summer of 2020. The venue is notorious for providing a rocking good time, and offers both reserved and lawn seating. Tickets for all shows can be purchased by clicking here.

May 30 – Brooks and Dunn

May 31 - James Taylor & His All-Star Band

June 5 - Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kid Cudi & Irontom

June 6 – Sarah McLachlan & Feist

June 14 – Janet Jackson

June 20 – Cage the Elephant, Young the Giant & Bakar

June 25 – Third Eye Blind, Yellowcard & Arizona

June 26 – Foreigner, Styx & John Waite

June 29 – New Kids on the Block

July 9 – Noah Kahan

July 11 – Hootie and the Blowfish

July 18 – Barbie: The Movie – In Concert

July 20 – Niall Horan

July 21 – A Day to Remember

July 29 – Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Love Earth Tour

July 30 – Thirty Seconds to Mars & AFI

July 31 – Bush, Jerry Cantrell & Candlebox

August 1 – Alanis Morissette, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts & Morgan Wade

August 3 – Sam Hunt, Russell Dickerson & George Birge

August 15 - Slightly Stoopid & Dirty Heads

August 16 – Australian Pink Floyd Show

August 18 – Limp Bizkit

August 20 – Tyler Childers

August 21 – Santana & Counting Crows

August 22 – Rob Zombie & Alice Cooper

August 24 – Switchfoot, Blue October & Matt Nathanson

August 29 – Train, REO Speedwagon & Yacht Rock Revue

August 30 – The Doobie Brothers & Steve Winwood

August 31 – Hozier

September 5 – Glass Animals

September 6 – Creed, 3 Doors Down & Finger Eleven

September 7 – Jason Aldean

September 10 – Def Leppard

September 13 – Lainey Wilson, Jackson Dean & Zach Top

September 20 – Dan and Shay, Jake Owen & Dylan Marlowe

September 25 – Pitbull

September 26 – Lynyrd Skynyrd & ZZ Top

October 5 – Breaking Benjamin & Staind

October 11& 12 – Imagine Dragons

October 18 – Porter Robinson

 

TWILIGHT CONCERT SERIES

Held at the Gallivan Center in Downtown Salt Lake City, the Twilight Concert Series enters its 37th year this summer, and pairs national acts with local recording artists representing strong artistic values and diverse social principles.

June 21 – Alufey with Grace Enger and Anna Beck

June 27 - Thee Sacred Souls with The Mañanas and Jazzy Olivo

July 19 – Watchhouse with Branson Anderson

August 7 – Jungle with BLATHVS and The Plastic Cherries

August 16 - The Marías with Automatic and Homephone

August 21 – Alex G with Julie and Cannibal Queen

 

SANDY AMPHITHEATER

With shows certain to please all musical and entertainment tastes, the Sandy Amphitheater brings together an eclectic mix of tribute bands, new and established artists to its 2,750-seat venue, where both lawn and reserved seating is available. 

May 9-11 – Alice in Wonderland Presented by Mountain West Ballet

May 18 - Free: Jazz in the Park

May 19 – Brothers Osborne “Might As Well Be Us” Tour with Madeline Edwards

June 20 – Old Crow Medicine Show

June 29 – The Magic of Queen

July 10 – Nickel Creek & Andrew Bird

July 11 – Direct from Sweden: The Music of ABBA

July 24 – The Decemberists with Ratboys

July 25 – Norah Jones “Visions” Tour 2024 with Hurray for the Riff Raff

August 1 – Air Supply

August 9 – Koe Wetzel with Kolby Cooper & Kat Hasty

August 10 – Hotel California: A Salute to the Eagles

August 14 – Walker Hayes “Same Drunk” Tour with Kylie Morgan

August 16 & 17 – Howard Jones & ABC with Haircut One Hundred

September 5-7 – The Piano Guys

September 14 – The National Parks “Wild Spirit” Tour

 

Delta Center

If it’s one of summer’s hottet tours, it will be at the Delta Center, located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City.

May 15 – Feid

May 17 – Kane Brown with Special Guests Tyler Hubbard & Parmalee

May 18 – Melanie Martinez with Special Guests Men I Trust & Beach Bunny

May 27 – Stevie Nicks

June 29 – Kevin James

July 11 – Blink-182 with Special Guests Pierce the Veil and Landon Barker

July 16 & 17 – AJR

July 20 - Aventura

July 31 – Olivia Rodrigo with Special Guest PinkPantheress

August 11 – Peso Pluma

August 18 – Twenty One Pilots

August 21 - $uicideboy$

August 25 – Grupo Firme

August 27 – Jelly Roll with Warren Zeiders and Alexandra Kay

August 28 – Future & Metro Boomin

August 31 – Chayanne

September 6 – Fuerza Regida

September 27-29 – Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey

October 3 – Cigarettes After Sex

October 13 – KoЯn with Special Guests Gojira and Spiritbox

October 18 – Iron Maiden with Special Guests The HU

November 3 – Ana Gabriel

November 27 – Aerosmith with Special Guest The Black Crowes

December 6 & 7 – Zach Bryan with Special Guests Matt Maeson and Levi Turner

  

ECCLES THEATRE

The opulent Eccles Theatre hosts a wide array of big-name entertainment, including touring Broadway productions, comedians, and musical acts. It’s location in the center of the downtown Salt Lake City makes it easy to plan dinner before the show. 

May 8 – Joe Satriani and Steve Vai

May 9 – Silvestre Dangond

May 15 – Derek Hough

May 18 – Ira Glass

May 22 – Ancient Aliens Live

May 23 – Celtic Woman

May 30 – Hasan Minhaj

May 31 – Sesame Street Live

June 1 – Leanne Morgan

June 9 – Reik

June 21 – Hauser

July 16 & 17 – Ben Platt with Special Guest Brandy Clark

July 18 – Il Divo

September 26-28 – Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in Concert

September 27 – Celtic Thunder

October 1 – Ninja Kidz Live

October 15 – Croce Plays Croce

October 23-27 – Jim Gaffigan

November 2 – Iliza: The Get Ready Tour

November 12 – Avatar: The Last Airbender in Concert

November 14 – Jeff Arcuri

November 15 – Wild Kratts Live 2.0

November 16 – Joe Bonamassa

  

MAVERIK CENTER

Located in West Valley on the west of Salt Lake City, the Maverik Center brings in some of the largest nationwide tours, is easy to get to off the highway and provides plenty of parking.

May 17 – Lauren Daigle with Special Guest Victory Boyd

May 25 – Ramon Ayala

May 31 – Fierce Fighting Championship XXXII

June 7 – Brit Floyd

June 13 – Caifanes & Café Tacvba

June 30 – Theo Von: Return of the Rat

July 15 – Lindsey Stirling

August 1 & 2 – Los Temerarios

August 10 & 11 – Hot Wheels Monster Trucks

August 16 - Jhené Aiko

August 17 – Megadeath – Destry All Enemies

August 31 – Gloria Trevi

September 20 – Heart with Cheap Trick

September 21 – Los Tigres del Norte

September 23 – Gold Over America Tour Starring Simone Biles

October 17 - Zach Williams

October 18 – Gabriel Iglesias – “Don’t Worry Be Fluffy” Tour

 

SUNDANCE SUMMER THEATRE

The outdoor amphitheatre at Sundace Resort is a magical place to view a musical or the acclaimed Bluebird Café concert series, a 22-year partnership between Sundance and the legendary Nashville music venue.

July 5 & 6 - Bluebird Cafe Concert Series

July 12 & 13 - Bluebird Cafe Concert Series

July 20-August 10 - Newsies

August 16 & 17 - Bluebird Cafe Concert Series

August 23 & 24 - Bluebird Cafe Concert Series

August 29 – Kendell Marvel’s Honky Tonk Experience

August 30 & 31 – Bluebird Cafe Concert Series

 

PARK CITY INSTITUTE

The Park City Institute is bringing back “Concerts on the Slopes” at Canyons Village, with free parking and self-proclaimed “picnic-perfect vibes.”

July 9 – Blitzen Trapper

July 12 – Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, with Special Guest Taylor Dayne

July 19 – UB40 “Red Wine” Tour with Special Guests Inner Circle and Maxi Priest

July 20 – Lead Singers of Classic Rock

August 2 – Guster

August 10 – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with Very Special Guest Jerry Douglas

August 11 – Spoon with Special Guest A Giant Dog

August 23 – Aly & AJ

August 24 – Josh Turner

August 30 – I Love the ‘90s Tour with All-4-One, Color Me Badd, Tone Lōc, Rob Base and Young MC

August 31 – Sara Evans

 

Mountain Town Music will also present shows at Park Silly Sunday Market, at Miner’s Park on Main Street and at Woodenshoe Park in Peoa. Please visit their site here for more information.

Click here for a pirintable pdf of the Summer Concert Primer

Making memories set to outdoor music is one of the many reasons so many clients Choose Park City. Connect with Christine Grenney at 435-640-4238 or Brendan Trieb at 585-410-5536, or visit their website by clicking here.

 

 

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