Venues across Utah are announcing concert lineups and big shows. Here’s a breakdown, by venue, of shows to watch out for this fall and winter.

Note: This list is not all-inclusive and events are subject to change. This article will be updated regularly as new information comes in.


Delta Center

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There are no more shows scheduled at the Delta Center for the remainder of the year.

Shows scheduled for the following year, so far, include:

  • Jan. 14 — Playboi Carti.
  • Feb. 21 — Bad Bunny.
  • Feb. 24 — Bill Burr.
  • March 9 — Lany.
  • April 4 — Tom Segura.
  • April 5 — Tim McGraw.
  • April 27 — Jo Koy.
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  • April 28 — Luis Miguel.
  • May 17 — Kane Brown.
  • May 18 — Melanie Martinez.
  • June 29 — Kevin James.
  • July 11 — Blink-182.
  • July 16-17 — AJR.
  • July 31 — Olivia Rodrigo.
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  • Oct. 18 — Iron Maiden.
  • Dec. 6-7 — Zach Bryan, with support from Matt Maeson and Levi Turner.

Eccles Theater

  • Dec. 14-16 — A Kurt Bestor Christmas.

Shows scheduled for the following year, so far, include:

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  • Feb. 3 — Johnny Cash: The Official Concert Experience.
  • Feb. 17 — Mark Normand.
  • Feb. 24 — Grace Potter.
  • March 8 — “Dancing With the Stars: Live!”
  • March 16 — Bored Teachers.
  • March 28 — Los Angeles Azules.
  • March 30 — Disney Princess.
  • April 9 — Peter Frampton.
  • April 17 — Neil deGrasse Tyson.
  • April 20 — Blippi.
  • April 21 — Bill Maher.
  • April 30 — Bianca Del Rio.
  • May 5 — Adam Ant.
  • May 8 — Joe Satriani and Steve Vai.
  • May 9 — Silvestre Dangond.
  • May 18 — Ira Glass.
  • May 22 — Ancient Aliens Live.
  • May 23 — Celtic Woman.
  • May 31 — Sesame Street Live.
  • June 1 — Leanne Morgan.
  • June 21 — Hauser.
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Maverik Center

There are no more shows scheduled at the Maverik Center for the remainder of the year.

Shows scheduled for the following year, so far, include:

  • Jan. 25 — Parker McCollum.
  • Feb. 24 — TobyMac.
  • March 6 — Jeff Dunham.
  • March 15 — Journey.
  • April 23 — Primus, Puscifer and A Perfect Circle.
  • May 17 — Lauren Daigle.
  • June 13 — Caifanes and Café Tacvba.
  • Aug. 4 — Los Temerarios.
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Sandy Amphitheater

The 2023 concert season for the Sandy Amphitheater has concluded, but the venue already has a few scheduled dates next year:

  • May 19 — Brothers Osborne, with Madeline Edwards.
  • Sept. 5-7 — The Piano Guys.

Tuacahn Amphitheatre

The 2023 concert season for Tuacahn Amphitheatre has concluded, but the venue already has a few scheduled dates set for next year.

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Shows scheduled for the following year, so far, include:

  • March 15 — Rumours: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute Concert.
  • March 16 — Invincible: A Glorious Tribute to Michael Jackson.
  • March 21 — Colbie Caillat.
  • March 22 — Martina McBride.
  • March 23 — The Redeemer, by Jenny Oaks Baker.
  • March 30 — Lee Brice.
  • April 4-6 — Brian Regan.
  • Nov. 14 — The Doo Wop Project.
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Union Event Center

Shows scheduled for the following year, so far, include:

  • Feb. 2 — Kameron Marlowe.
  • Feb. 9 — The Kills.
  • Feb. 19 — Maddie Zahm.
  • Feb. 20 — Silversun Pickups.
  • Feb. 29 — Waterparks.
  • March 9 — Chelsea Cutler.
  • March 13 — Warren Zeiders.
  • March 18 — Jake Scott.
  • March 19 — The Kooks.
  • March 23 — Dan Carlin.
  • April 3 — Mom Jeans.
  • April 12 — Niko Moon.
  • April 30 — Our Last Night.
  • May 10 — Pinky Patel.
  • May 24 — Two Door Cinema Club.
  • June 1 — Echo & The Bunnymen.
  • June 11 — Taking Back Sunday.

USANA Amphitheatre

The 2023 concert season at USANA Amphitheatre has concluded.

Shows scheduled for the following year, so far, include:

  • June 5 — Red Hot Chili Peppers.
  • June 6 — Sarah McLachlan.
  • June 26 — Styx & Foreigner with John Waite.
  • June 29 — New Kids on the Block.
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  • July 9 — Noah Kahan.
  • July 11 — Hootie and the Blowfish.
  • July 20 — Niall Horan.
  • July 30 — 30 Seconds to Mars.
  • Aug. 1 — Alanis Morissette.
  • Aug. 18 — Limp Bizkit, Bones, N8NOFACE, Cory Feldman, Riff Raff.
  • Aug. 20 — Tyler Childers.
  • Aug. 31 — Hozier.
  • Sept. 6 — Creed.
  • Sept. 7 — Jason Aldean.
  • Sept. 13 — Lainey Wilson.
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