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What big shows are coming up in Utah?

Here’s a breakdown, by venue, of concerts to watch out for this year

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Andrea Bocelli performs at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City.

Andrea Bocelli performs at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2018. Bocelli will return to the arena on May 17.

Qiling Wang, Deseret News

Venues across Utah are starting to announce summer concert lineups and big shows. Here’s a breakdown, by venue, of shows to watch out for this year.

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


Deer Valley Concert Series

  • July 13 — Old Crow Medicine Show.
  • July 16 — CAAMP.
  • Aug. 5-6 — Greensky Bluegrass.
  • Aug. 11 — Michael Franti & Spearhead with special guest SOJA.
  • Sept. 2 — Kenny Loggins.

According to the Deer Valley Concert Series website, more summer concert announcements are forthcoming.


Eccles Theater

  • May 1 — Billy Porter.
  • May 3 — ZZ Top.
  • May 4 — Ricardo Montaner.
  • May 19 — Johnny Mathis.
  • May 20 — Chris D’Elia.
  • June 9 — Colin and Brad.
  • June 10 — John Crist.
  • June 13 — Ringo Starr.
  • July 26 — RAIN: A tribute to the Beatles.
  • July 30 — Nurse Blake.
  • Aug. 2 — Jinkx Monsoon.
  • Aug. 5 — Joe Bonamassa.
  • Aug. 26 — Kansas.
  • Sept. 29 — Lewis Black.

Visit this Deseret News article for information regarding Broadway at the Eccles’ 2023-24 season.


Maverik Center

  • June 3 — Subtronics.
  • June 11 — The Doobie Brothers.
  • July 7 — Bryan Adams.
  • July 19 — The Avett Brothers.
  • Aug. 18 — Eslabon Armado.
  • Oct. 20 — Hozier.


Ogden Twilight Series

  • May 6 — M83.
  • Aug. 9 — Bon Iver.
  • Aug. 22 — Sylvan Esso.
  • Aug. 23 — Cigarettes after Sex.

Note: Most of these shows are sold-out, according to Ogdentwilight.com.


Red Butte Garden Concert Series

Red Butte Garden will announce the lineup for its outdoor concert series on April 11. So far, the series has announced two shows.

  • May 23 — Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade with Fishbone (sold-out).
  • Sept. 20 — Goose.

Sandy Amphitheater

  • May 24 — Love and Rockets.
  • June 10 — Rodrigo y Gabriela.
  • June 12 — Dwight Yoakam and Emmylou Harris.
  • June 29 — Kelsea Ballerini.
  • July 12 — Air Supply.
  • Aug. 1 — Ween.
  • Aug. 9 — The Australian Pink Floyd Show.
  • Aug. 21 — Rebelution.
  • Aug. 31 — Goo Goo Dolls with O.A.R.

Stadium of Fire

The rock band Journey will headline this year’s Stadium of Fire event on July 1, the Deseret News reported. The band, which is now celebrating its 50th year, first headlined Stadium of Fire in 2015. Since its start in 1980, Stadium of Fire has welcomed a wide array of performers, including Huey Lewis and the NewsGladys KnightCarrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, The Beach Boys, Brad Paisley and Miley Cyrus.


Tuacahn Amphitheatre

  • March 24 — Night Ranger.
  • March 25 — Air Supply.

  • April 1 — Neal McCoy.
  • April 6 — Jenny Oaks Baker.
  • April 13-14 — Jeff Foxworthy.
  • April 15 — Lindsey Stirling.

  • Nov. 4 — Andy Grammer.
  • Nov. 9 — The Jets.
  • Nov. 10 — Josh Turner.
  • Nov. 17 — Gentri.

Twilight Concert Series

Information about the Twilight Concert Series in Salt Lake City is “coming soon,” according to Saltlakearts.org.


USANA Amphitheatre

  • June 3 — Matchbox Twenty.
  • June 13 — Garbage and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
  • June 28 — Charlie Puth.
  • July 6 — Nickelback.
  • July 7 — Fall Out Boy.
  • July 9 — Slightly Stoopid and Sublime, with Rome.
  • July 11 — Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa, Too $hort and more.
  • July 13 — Disturbed.
  • July 20 — 3 Doors Down.
  • Aug. 3 — The Offspring, with Simple Plan and Sum 41.
  • Aug. 4 — Luke Bryan.
  • Aug. 6 — Yellowcard.
  • Aug. 7 — Ghost.
  • Aug. 11 — Dierks Bentley.
  • Aug. 18 — Foreigner.

  • Aug. 25 — Mudvayne.
  • Aug. 29 — Pantera.
  • Sept. 1 — Mastadon and Gojira with special guest Lorna Shore.
  • Sept. 2 — Jelly Roll.
  • Sept. 3 — The Lumineers.
  • Sept. 22 — Counting Crows with Dashboard Confessional.
  • Oct. 14 — Zac Brown Band.

Vivint Arena

  • March 25 — Reba McEntire.
  • April 20 — Muse.
  • May 17 — Andrea Bocelli.

  • June 3 — Duran Duran.
  • June 4 — The Cure.
  • July 20 — Dude Perfect.
  • July 27 — Paramore.
  • Aug. 12 — Banda MS.
  • Aug. 19 — Sam Smith.
  • Sept. 20 — Arctic Monkeys.
  • Nov. 18 — Depeche Mode.