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Listing of Utah Music Concerts by Month, Headliners, Live Performances, Indoor & Outdoor Venues, Amphitheaters, Summer Concerts, Music Festivals

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June 2023

Utah Pride Festival
Loud & Queer Concert featuring Icona Pop
June 2, 2023, 8 pm to Midnight
Washington & Library Square, Salt Lake

Josh Ritter Concert
June 2-4, 2023, 8 pm, Sunday 6 pm
Egyptian Theatre, Park City

Temple Square Concert Series Free
Christus Oratorio
June 2, 2023, 7:30 pm
Assembly Hall, Temple Square, Salt Lake

The Tina Turner Musical
June 2-4, 2023, M-Sn, Multiple Times
Dolores Doré Eccles Theater, Downtown, Salt Lake

Acoustic Music Festival
Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music Festival
June 2-4, 2023, Noon-Midnight
Fort BDO, Ogden

Mountain Time Music Concert Series Free
Lash Larue
June 2, 2023, 6:30–8:30 pm
Woodenshoe Park Concert Series, Peoa

Salt Lake Twilight Concert Series Hot Ticket
Lord Huron, Allie Crow Buckley, Little Moon
June 2, 2023, 6–10 pm
Gallivan Center, Downtown, Salt Lake

Warp Trio Road Trip
Elton John Beyond Tribute
June 2-3, 2023, 7:30 pm
Kayenta Art Village & Center, St. George

Matchbox Twenty
Slow Dream Tour
June 3, 2023, 7:30 pm
USANA Amphitheatre, West Valley

Duran Duran
June 3, 2023, 7 pm
Vivint Arena, Salt Lake

Subtronics 18+
June 3, 2023, 8 pm
Maverik Center, West Valley City

Quinn XCII – The People’s Tour
June 3, 2023, 7:30 pm
The Great SaltAir, Magna

Mountain Time Music Concert Series Free
Nate Robinson
June 3, 2023, 5–8 pm
Après Pendry, Park City

The Cure
June 4, 2023, 8 pm
Vivint Arena, Salt Lake

Utah Pride Festival
Live Music featuring Vincint, Jordy, & Deborah Cox
June 4, 2023, 12 Noon–11 pm
Washington & Library Square, Salt Lake

Mountain Town Music Concert Free
Park Silly Sunday Market Event
June 4, 2023, Sundays, 12:30–2:15 pm
Historic Main Street, Park City

Excellence in the Community Concert Free
Crescent Super Band
June 5, 2023, 7:30 pm
Covey Center for the Arts, Provo

Murray Lunch Concert Series Free
Paul Boruff with Dark Fiddle
June 6—July 25, 2023, Tuesdays,12 pm Noon
Murray Park Pavilion #5

Draper Concert In The Park Free
Johnny Utah
June 7, 2023, Wednesdays, 7 pm
Historic Park, Draper

Ballet Folclórico Guadalajara Free
Mariachi Femenil Estrella de México
June 7, 2023, 7 pm
Weber State University Auditorium, Ogden

Classic Fun Summer Concert Series Free
Live Music, Pop-Up Shops, Food & Fun
June 7, 29, 2023, 7–10 pm
Classic Fun Center, Orem

The Monkees Celebrated
by Micky Dolenz
June 8-11, 2023, 8 pm, Sunday 6 pm
Egyptian Theatre, Park City

Acoustic Music Stroll Free
Jordan River above Jordan Park
June 8, 22, 2023, 6-8 pm
Jordan River Parkway, Salt Lake

Lunch Bunch Concert Series Free
Utah Outdoor Music Performances
June 8, 2023, Weekdays at Noon, 12-1 pm
Gallivan Center, Downtown, Salt Lake

Lifehouse Musical Theater Showcase
June 8, 2023, 7 pm
Mid Valley Performing Arts Center, Taylorsville

Hive Music Festival
Post Malone, Kid Cudi, JoJi, Bit Sean, Santa Fe Clan
June 9-10, 2023, Multiple Times
Utah State Fairpark, Salt Lake

Little Shop of Horrors Boo!
Horror Comedy Rock Musical
June 9-10, 12-17, 2023, Multiple Times
Regent Street Black Box, Downtown, Salt Lake

Carvin Jones
Ultimate Blues & Rock & Roll
June 9, 2023, 8 pm
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, Salt Lake

Seven Lions: Beyond The Veil
The Journey III Tour
June 9, 2023, 8 pm
The Great Saltaire, Magna

Senior Entertainment Showcase Free
Dinner & Talent Show
June 9, 2023, 4 pm Dinner, 5 pm Show
Sandy Amphitheater, Sandy

Carpenters Platinum Concert
Carpenters Tribute Band
June 9, 2023, 8 pm
Mid Valley Performing Arts Center, Taylorsville

Tesla Road Trip
June 9, 2023, 9 pm
Peppermill Concert Hall, Wendover, NV

Rodrigo Y Gabriela
June 10, 2023, 6:30 pm
Sandy Amphitheater, Sandy

Nights Under Lights Earth Day
Wave Rave
(EECO) ‘The Claw’ Music Light Show
June 10, 2023, 7–10 pm
Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, Draper

IAMA‘s Local Concert Series
Red Luck Bluegrass Trio
June 10, 2023, 1st Friday, 7 pm
Unitarian Universalist Society, Cottonwood Heights

Taylorsville’s Got Talent Free
Local Talent Show
June 10, 2023, 7:30–9:30 pm
Centennial Plaza Stage, Taylorsville

Doobie Brothers
June 11, 2023, 7:30 pm
Maverik Center, West Valley City

Peso Pluma
June 11, 2023, 8 pm
Vivint Arena, Salt Lake

Red Butte Garden Outdoor Garden Series
Grace Potter
June 11, 2023, 7 pm
Red Butte Garden, UoU, Salt Lake

Dwight Yoakam & Emmylou Harris Hot Ticket
Country Charm
June 12, 2023, 7 pm
Sandy Amphitheater, Sandy

Murray Family Night Concert Free
Dieter & the Singing Cowboys
June 12, 2023, 2nd Mondays, 7 pm
Senior Recreation Center, Murray

Ringo Starr Concert
June 13, 2023, 7:30 pm
Eccles Theater, Downtown, Salt Lake

Garbage & Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Rock Concert
June 13, 2023, 7 pm
USANA Amphitheatre, West Valley

The Gatlin Brothers
Grammy Award-Winning Trio
June 15-17, 2023, 8 pm
Egyptian Theatre, Park City

Moon River Jamboree
Freedog & Dustbowl Revival
June 15, 2023, 5–10 pm
Blue Sky Ranch, Coalville

Pure Prairie League
Country and High-Flying Harmony
June 21-23, 2023, 8 pm
Egyptian Theatre, Park City

Get Funky Festival Concert Funky
June 23-24, 2023, 7 pm
The Great Saltaire, Magna

Sara Evans
Award-Winning Country Performer
June 26, 2023, 8 pm
SCERA Center for the Arts, Orem

Kelsea Ballerini
Heartfirst Tour with Georgia Webster
June 28, 2023, 7:30 pm
Sandy Amphitheater, Sandy

Flamenco de Verano: Suben y Bajan
Flamenco Dance & Music
June 30, 2023, 7:30 pm
Regent Street Black Box, Downtown, Salt Lake

The Moss Concert Free
Featuring Special Guest Rosander
June 30, 2023, 6 pm
Town Center at Valley Fair

July 2023

Bryan Adams
July 7, 2023, 7:30 pm
Maverik Center, West Valley City

Avett Brothers
July 19, 2023, 7:30 pm
Maverik Center, West Valley City

Hotel California
Salute To The Eagles Music Concert
July 24, 2023, 8 pm
SCERA Center for the Arts, Orem

August 2023

Maggie Rogers
Summer of 2023 Tour
August 10, 2023, 8 pm
UCCU Center, Orem, UT

Updating… June 1, 2023

2023 Summer Concert Series
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Salt Lake City Twilight Concert Series
Sandy Amphitheater Concert Series
Ogden Twilight Concert Series
Red Butte Garden Summer Concert Series
Deer Valley Music Festival
Sundance Bluebird Cafe Concert Series

Music Venues

Utah Venue Calendars

Concert Venue Calendars, Utah Live Music Venues, Headliners, Musical Performances, RockFests, Music Acts, Live Entertainment, Concert Halls, Amphitheaters, Rock Stars, Outdoor Stage

Salt Lake Area


Vivint Smart Home Arena *Best
N 400 W, Salt Lake City

Maverik Center *Best
3200 S, Decker Lake Dr, West Valley City

Eccles Theatre *Best
131 S Main St, Salt Lake City

Capital Theatre *Best
50 W 200 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Abravanel Hall *Best
123 W S Temple, Salt Lake City

Libby Gardner Concert Hall
University of Utah
1375 Presidents’ Cir, Salt Lake

The Depot
13 N 400 W, Salt Lake City

149 W 200 S, Salt Lake City

The Complex
536 W 100 S, Salt Lake City

The Urban Lounge
241 500 E, Salt Lake City

Kilby Court
748 W Kilby Ct, Salt Lake City

Union Event Center
235 N 500 W, Salt Lake

The Great Saltair
12408 W Saltair Dr, Magna

Salt Lake Area


Usana Amphitheatre  *Best
5150 Upper Ridge Rd, West Valley City

Sandy Amphitheatre *Best
1245 E 9400 S, Sandy

Rio Tinto Stadium *Best
9256 S, State St, Sandy
(844) 732-5849

Rice-Eccles Stadium *Best
University of Utah Football Concerts
451 1400 E, Salt Lake City

Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre *Best
University of Utah
2155 Red Butte Canyon, Salt Lake City

The Gallivan Center
Heart of Downtown
239 S Main St, Salt Lake City


Peppermill Concert Hall *Best
680 Wendover Blvd, West Wendover, NV 

Provo Utah County

BYU Arts *Best
Brigham Young University
800 E Campus Dr, Provo

Covey Center for the Arts
425 W Center St, Provo

SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre
600 S 400 E, Orem

BYU School of Music
Brigham Young University
C-550 Harris Fine Arts Center, Provo

Velour Live Music Gallery
135 N University Ave, Provo

Ogden North Salt Lake

CenterPoint Legacy Theater
525 N 400 W, Centerville

Newel and Jean Daines Concert Hall
Utah State University
600 E 1150 N, North Logan

Ellen Eccles Theatre
43 Main St, Logan

St. George Southern Utah

Tuacahn Amphitheatre  Outdoors
1100 Tuacahn Dr, Ivins

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Favorite Musical Artists

  • Áine Minogue – O Boro Braindi Braindi
  • Alison Krauss & Union Station
  • Amos Lee – Seen It All Before, Night Train
  • Angel Taylor – Make Me Believe
  • Bill Morrissey – She’s That Kind of Mystery
  • Brandi Carlile – The Story
  • Brett Dennen – Ain’t No Reason, By and By
  • Cat Power – I Found a Reason
  • Cheryl Wheeler – 75 Septembers
  • Chris Smither – Train Home
  • Chris Thomas King – John Law Burned Down the Liquor Sto’
  • Claire Lynch
  • Colbie Caillat – Bubbly
  • Coldplay – Yellow (acoustic version), See You Soon
  • Colin Hay – I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You
  • Corrine Bailey Rae – Like A Star
  • David Grisman – Neon Tetra
  • Eric Bibb – Flood Water
  • Eric Tingstad & Nancy Rumbel – Walking in the AirGalileo
  • Erin McCarley – Gotta Figure This Out
  • Eva Cassidy – Somewhere Over the Rainbow
  • A Fine Frenzy – Happier
  • Gary Stadler – Fairy Nightsongs
  • Greg Laswell – High and Low
  • Griffin House – The Guy That Says Goodbye To You Is Out Of His Mind
  • Holly Brook – Saturdays
  • Holly Conlan – You Are Goodbye
  • Ingrid Michaelson – Breakable, The Way I am
  • Iron and Wine – Naked As We Came
  • Jackson Browne – The Night Inside Me
  • Jaymay – Sea Green, See Blue
  • Jim Brickman – Barcelona
  • Joe Purdy – Wash Away
  • Joshua James – Dangerous
  • Joshua Radin – What If You
  • Kate Rusby – You Belong to me, Who Will Sing Me Lullabies
  • Kate Walsh – Don’t Break My Heart
  • Keb’ Mo – Every Morning
  • Kelly Joe Phelps – Loud As Ears
  • Kris Delmhorst – Since You Went Away
  • Kurt Bestor – First Snow
  • Laura Sullivan – Dreaming Underwater
  • Lucinda Williams
  • Marié Digby – Umbrella
  • Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • Meiko – Under My Bed, How Lucky We Are
  • Missy Higgins – Don’t Ever, Warm Whispers
  • Nanci Griffith – Love At The Five And Dime
  • Órla Fallon – The Water Is Wide
  • Parachute – She Is Love
  • Patty Griffin – Let Him Fly
  • Paul Cardall – Baptism
  • Peter Bradley Adams – For You
  • Peter Rowan – Dust Bowl Children
  • Priscilla Ahn – Dream
  • Rachael YamagataRiver, The Reason Why, Ode To…
  • Ray LamontagneCan I StayShelter
  • Regina Spektor – Samson
  • Rory Block – Joliet Bound
  • Rosi Golan – Follow the Arrow
  • Rosie Thomas – Say Hello
  • Ron Sexsmith – Tell Me Again
  • Rufus Wainwright – Complainte De La Butte
  • Sam Bush – Leather Britches
  • Sara Bareilles
  • Schuyler Fisk – Fall Apart Today
  • Steve Reynolds – Forsaken
  • Tim O’Brien – Down In The Willow Garden
  • Tony Furtado – Mudville
  • Tony Rice – Port Tobacco, Gold Rush
  • Tristan Prettyman – Shy That Way
  • The Weepies – Stars
  • William Fitzsimmons – You Still Hurt Me
Below is a Playlist of some of our favorite Acoustic Music. Enjoy!

A Kurt Bestor Christmas

Kurt Bestor Christmas, Holiday, Special, Park City, Utah, Family, Music, Concert

Home For The Holidays

A Kurt Bestor Christmas, a beloved holiday tradition in Salt Lake City, UT, returns to the Eccles Theater this December.

A Kurt Bestor Christmas has been a much-anticipated tradition for audiences throughout the western U.S. The show draws more than 20,000 delighted fans every year. Featuring 45 musicians on stage, sophisticated sound and lights, and special guests, combined with warm storytelling and humor, Bestor creates an intimate rapport with concert-goers that sets A Kurt Bestor Christmas apart from any other seasonal show.

December 15-17, 2022, Multiple Times

A Kurt Bestor Christmas
Eccles Theater, Salt Lake

EVE “Downtown SLC New Year’s Celebration”

EVE SLC Downtown New Year's Eve Celebration, Utah, Salt Lake City, DJ's Music, Party, Comedy

EVE, a three-day New Year festival presented by the SLC Downtown Alliance, will include fine arts performances, live local music, dance parties, ski and snowboard competitions, DJs, film screenings, laser shows, art installations, kids activities, storytelling, and spectacular midnight fireworks show Dec. 31. Activities take place in the Salt Palace and on West Temple between 100 and 200 South.

*Discontinued Event

New Year’s Eve Events In Utah

SLC Downtown Alliance

The Cotton Jones Basket Ride

The music of Cotton Jones speaks of transition: the passage from one form, state of mind, style or place to another. Songs become doorways to the past or windows that open on some unnamed future, where innocence can still exist and perfection is thrown to the wind.

The Glowstream is a place centered between North and South Cumberland. It’s not really called the Glowstream – just a stream that rolls to a dead end by the train tracks downtown. A place to sit, undisturbed in the cool shade, and see the interstate bend around glowing steeples, as cars and trucks break their speed – it’s beautiful – how the city materializes, an oasis, after driving many miles through the mountains along I-68 – to this spot, where it’s possible to witness all the paces change.

“Tall Hours in the Glowstream,'” is the title of their new album. Some of the songs that made the final cut were tracked in northern States, while the majority were recorded and mixed in Winterville, Georgia, as a revolving cast of players, thinkers, and singers were invited to hang in the band’s living-room studio. The resulting sounds are both rich and charmingly lo-fi, full of vivid imagery and more gorgeous vocal harmony. Hard-asking tracks like “Somehow To Keep It Going” and “More Songs For Margaret” prove the promise in this music, the feeling of something better to come if only you can hold tight a little longer…”Always the mornings keep coming…” And what a beautiful thing that is…

The Codi Jordan Band

The Codi Jordan Band, Salt Lake City, Utah, Park City, Reggae Music, Rock Music, Indie, Singer-SongwriterThe CJB is an energetic, addicting, and always fun Reggae Rock outfit from the greater Salt Lake City area of Utah. Their success so far has been attributed to their hard work and dedication to providing quality music to a young exciting crowd!

The following depicts some of the Grass Roots Accomplishments made by the band.

A solo album by Codi Jordan entitled “Vacation” was completed in Nov. 2008, and received rave reviews from fans and industry professionals alike. From the album came The CJB, which has now become a performing force in the Intermountain west and beyond. The band includes CODI JORDAN on guitar and vocals, MIKE LEE on lead guitar, JONY KNODER on drums, CAMERON GOLDSBERRY on bass and DK on keys.

Utah radio stations, including 97.5 The Blaze, and X96 Alternative have rotated Codi on there local music programs. The single “Travelin Man” is on full rotation on KBER 101.1, the 1 rock station in the market. The CJB has played special events for several stations, and was the opening band for The Dirty Heads and Pepper at last years Root Rock Reggae Festival in Park City. The band also opened for the Expendables at The RUM JUNGLE Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Most recently, CJB headlined one of the Spring Break concerts at The Canyons, Utah’s largest ski resort.

Local college radio station 88.1 WeberFM of Ogden UT, awarded the album “Vacation” with LOCAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR for 2008. The band opened for Dashboard Confessional in front of a crowd of over 5000 people at THE WINTER DEW TOUR in Ogden UT in Jan 2010 (see video), and then went on to open for The Dirty Heads in Park City during the Sundace Film Festival.

Currently, the CJB has two Tracks witch are played daily in in every Eddie Bauer store in the U.S. and Canada. The CJB delivers an energetic and exciting live performance of their original material, along with a few surprising covers. The band has seen crowds grow exponentially across the Inter-Mountain west in recent months as it looks to expand the madness nationally.

Independently Codi and crew have been able to land CDs in all of Utah’s major indie record stores, all Best Buys from Boise to Las Vegas, and are seeing consistent sales on Itunes, and Amazon. The band has also made sponsorships arrangements with from Powder Mountain Utah, Honest Tea, Vitamin Water, The Aztec Highway, Underground herbal liquor and Skullcandy. With more than 40,000 friends on Myspace, and over 250,000 plays, the music fan base is defiantly growing . CD sales and downloads are exceeding everyone’s expectations, and the songs go right into the public’s heart as the music spreads. The Codi Jordan Band (CJB) has been selling out venues in Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona and Idaho, and will be coming soon to an area near you!

Melody & Tyler

Melody and Tyler had quite a background in music even before getting together. Tyler was the drummer in a once popular local band called Blind Iris, which was based out of Logan and seemed very close to a break through career.Melody & Tyler,  Musicians - Singer-Songwriters, Salt Lake City, Utah, Band, Musical Artists, Acoustic Music, Folk Music They competed and placed in several competitions, and after their debut self-titled album, they were honored with a song placement on the Tony Hawk Underground game. Tyler has been in several bands as well, including Eggs Blackstone, and a brief stint in Exploding Hybrid. Since his drumming days, Tyler has taken up playing the acoustic guitar and singing with Melody.

Melody has been playing guitar since high school where she did several talent shows, and contests. She began writing music at age 13 and worked her way from piano to guitar at age 16. With a sound similar to Sarah McLaughlin (a huge influence) she played solo for several years all over Cache Valley, UT (surprisingly, all at the same time as Tyler and the two never meeting). Melody moved throughout the North West for a few years before eventually moving back to Utah in 2007, she had decided it was time to get serious with her music.

Tyler’s band decided to part ways only months before and the timing was perfect. They met at an open mic, and it wasn’t long before they started performing together. In October 2007, they moved from Logan to Salt Lake City, and by January 2009 they were performing on a regular basis, often every weekend. While performing at various venues and seeing the wide range of talent around them, they realized that it was time to do something different to help the music scene.

They founded the Acoustic All-Stars Festival in Park City (Now working on the 3rd year). Due to its quick success, they were honored with a feature and cover story in InThisWeek magazine, a feature in the Park Record Newspaper, and several influential friendships.

Melody and Tyler Forsberg have been fortunate in their careers being included in such festivals as Earth Jam, Park Silly, and Sugarhouse arts Festival, Performing at The Star Bar during Sundance, and the Utah State Fair, and Recently had the honor to open for J.R. Richards of Dishwalla for a benefit concert for Hannah Laursen, an 8 year old girl with cancer.

They will be beginning recording for their first Duo album in February 2010 and have sold over 300 copies of Melody’s album “Finally” in the past year without any store placement, mainly from show sales. They are consistently booked through at least 2 months of shows, rarely taking time off, and making sure to play at least 2 shows a weekend, trying to keep at least 18 shows on the roster at all times. Most recently, they played 100 shows in 2009 not including open mics and interviews and were the winners of the Best Local Acoustic Band POSTY award for 2009.

This year Melody and Tyler are planning a tour through Los Angeles with Nicole “Kole” Christensen around the ASCAP music expo in April and are performing at the Utica Arts and Music Festival in New York in September.