Acoustic Music Venues

A listing of Coffee Houses, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars  & the like featuring Live Acoustic Music & Open Mics. Not all venues are consistent in this offering.

Salt Lake Area

Acoustic Music at the Ridge Cafe
Sundays 1 pm & Wednesdays 6 pm  New 2022
14886 Traverse Ridge Rd, Draper

Hog Wallow Pub
Acoustic Featured Often
3200 E Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd
Cottonwood Heights

Live Music at SeventyOne
Thursdays & Sundays,  6–9 pm
Cliff Lodge, Snowbird

Live Music at The Aerie
Friday & Saturday Nights, 7–10 pm
The Aerie Lodge, Snowbird

Leatherheads Sports Bar & Grill
Webpage Down? March 30, 2022
Thursday Nights 2021,  9 pm
12147 State St, Draper

Park City Area

The Spur Bar & Grill  2022
352 Main St, Park City

Local Acoustic Music Performances
Nightly 5:30 pm
Cafe Galleria, Midway

The Riverhorse
540 Main St, Park City

Zermatt Utah Resort & Spa
Summer Concert Series
784 Resort Dr, Midway

Ogden North Salt Lake Area

Slackwater Pub & Pizzeria  Best 2022
1895 Washington Blvd, Ogden

Cinnabar Après Music New 2022
Local Acoustic Music
April 2-3, 2022, S-Sn, 2–5 pm
Snowbasin Mountain Resort, Huntsville

Occasionally

Provo Utah County Area

Velour Live Music Gallery  2022
135 N University Ave, Provo

Springville Museum of Art
126 E 400 S, Springville

Art City Coffee
1715 W 500 S, Springville

Acoustic Music Organizations

Acoustic Music Playlist – A Free Collection of Music for your listening pleasure!

*Is it open mike or open mic? I’ve seen it spelled both ways. So I checked my dictionary, which lists mike as the preferred spelling, and mic as a variant. Other dictionaries I consulted didn’t include mic at all. Still unsatisfied, I checked Bryan A. Garner’s Dictionary of Modern American Usage (1998 edition). Garner argues, “Whereas mike more immediately suggests the pronunciation, mic more immediately suggests the longer form. All in all, mic might be considered preferable.”