Venues across Utah have announced 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.


Big Stars, Bright Nights summer concert series (Park City Institute)

On June 23, Park City Institute revealed the lineup for its annual Big Stars, Bright Nights summer concert series, which will take place at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. Below is the remaining schedule:

  • Sept. 2 — The Music of Chicago with Danny Seraphine’s CTA, and Booker T presents: A Stax Revue.

For more information, visit ParkCityInstitute.org.

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Deer Valley Concert Series

  • Sept. 2 — Kenny Loggins.

Delta Center

  • Sept. 8 — Playboi Carti.
  • Sept. 20 — Arctic Monkeys.
  • Sept. 29 and 30 — Nate Bargatze.
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  • Oct. 11 — Tool.
  • Oct. 13 — Christian Nodal.
  • Oct. 19 — SZA.
  • Nov. 3 — LoveLoud, featuring Lauv, Mother Mother, and Tegan and Sara, among others.
  • Nov. 4 — Old Dominion.
  • Nov. 5 — John Mayer.
  • Nov. 18 — Depeche Mode.
  • Nov. 22 — Aerosmith, with The Black Crowes.
  • Nov. 24 — Ryan Hamilton.
  • Nov. 26 — The 1975.
  • April 5, 2024 — Tim McGraw.
  • April 28, 2024 — Luis Miguel.
  • Dec. 6-7, 2024 — Zach Bryan, with support from Matt Maeson and Sheryl Crow.

Eccles Theater

  • Aug. 29 and 30 — Gregory Alan Isakov.
  • Sept. 21-23 — “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” in concert.
  • Sept. 29 — Lewis Black.
  • Sept. 30 — The Psychedelic Furs, and Squeeze.
  • Oct. 6 — “Encanto”: The sing-along film concert.
  • Oct. 7-8 — Taylor Tomlinson.
  • Oct. 10-11 — Derek Hough.
  • Oct. 20 — Wilco.
  • Oct. 26 — This Is Important (Live).
  • Oct. 28 — Yes.
  • Oct. 29 — Eddie Izzard.
  • Nov. 2 — Straight No Chaser.
  • Nov. 4 — Styx.
  • Nov. 8 — David Sedaris.
  • Nov. 17 — St. Paul and the Broken Bones.
  • Nov. 24-25 — Gentri.
  • Nov. 30 — Jenny Oaks Baker.
  • Dec. 1 — “Wheel of Fortune” Live!
  • Dec. 2 — Christmas with Marie.
  • Dec. 8-9 — Mat and Savanna Shaw.
  • Dec. 14-16 — A Kurt Bestor Christmas.
  • Jan. 26-27, 2024 — Bluey’s Big Play.
  • Feb. 3, 2024 — Johnny Cash: The Official Concert Experience.
  • May 22, 2024 — Ancient Aliens Live.
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The Eccles Theater also holds free live performances on Friday evenings from June through September. Below is the schedule for the concert series Steppin’ on Main:

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


Maverik Center

  • Oct. 3 — Godsmack.
  • Oct. 10 — Billy Strings.
  • Oct. 11 — Rumors of Fleetwood Mac.
  • Oct. 14 — Ryan Adams & The Cardinals.
  • Oct. 20 — Hozier.
  • Oct. 31 — Skillet and Theory of a Deadman.
  • Nov. 3 — Juan Luis Guerra.
  • Nov. 4 — Jonas Brothers.
  • Nov. 30 — For King & Country.
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Ogden Twilight Series

  • Aug. 31 — Phantogram.
  • Sept. 6 — Noah Cyrus.
  • Sept. 25 — Royksopp.
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Note: A few of these shows have already sold-out, according to Ogdentwilight.com.


Red Butte Garden Concert Series

On April 11, Red Butte Garden announced a 30-show lineup for its outdoor summer concert series. Below is the remaining schedule:

  • Aug. 28 — Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo.
  • Sept. 7 — The Revivalists; Band Of Horses, with The Heavy Heavy.
  • Sept. 10 — Fitz And The Tantrums, with Joshy Soul.
  • Sept. 11 — Buddy Guy, with Christone “Kingfish” Ingram.
  • Sept. 13 — Herbie Hancock.
  • Sept. 20 — Goose.
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Visit redbuttegarden.org for information on tickets.


Sandy Amphitheater

  • Aug. 31 — Goo Goo Dolls with O.A.R.
  • Sept. 1 — Tash Sultana.
  • Sept. 8 — Peter Breinholt.
  • Sept. 9 — Zeppelin USA.
  • Sept. 22 — Justin Moore.
  • Sept. 23 — The Lower Lights.
  • Oct. 6 — Brett Young, with Griffen Palmer.
  • Oct. 5 and 7 — Ben Rector.
  • Oct. 13 — Midland, with Stephen Wilson Jr.
  • Oct. 14 — Jake Scott.
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Rice-Eccles Stadium

Luke Combs has announced his “Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old” tour for 2024, which spans four months and 13 cities — with all but one city getting two nights of shows, the Deseret News reported.

And in a somewhat unique move, Combs will have a different lineup of openers and a different setlist for each show.

“I thought this would give people an opportunity to come to both nights if they want, but see two completely different shows,” Combs said in a statement, per Billboard. “With country music being such a wide genre and being a huge fan of it all myself, I wanted to open up my stage to acts that lean into outlaw, Americana and red dirt on Friday nights, as well as having a night with people I have toured with in the past, who are more contemporary country.”

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Summer Nights with the Stars (Davis Arts Council)

  • Aug. 30 — Grand Funk Railroad.
  • Sept. 5 — Splish Splash: The Music of Bobby Darin, starring Ron Gartner.
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Sundance — Bluebird Cafe Concert Series

In partnership with Nashville’s renowned Bluebird Cafe, this concert series at Sundance Mountain Resort highlights some of the top singer-songwriters out of Music City. Each show features three artists, who sing and tell the stories behind their songs.

  • Sept. 1-2 — Luke Dick, David Hodges, Laura Veltz.
  • Sept. 3 — A new series stemming from this partnership is Bluebird Bands, which will feature bands out of Nashville. On Sept. 3, the series will feature the Stephen Kellogg Band.

Tuacahn Amphitheatre

  • Oct. 26 — Night Ranger (postponed from original March 24 date).
  • Oct. 28 — Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
  • Nov. 2-3 — Styx.
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  • Nov. 4 — Andy Grammer.
  • Nov. 9 — The Jets.
  • Nov. 10 — Josh Turner.
  • Nov. 16-17 — Gentri.

Twilight Concert Series

  • Sept. 22 — Rina Sawayama with Empress Of, Tom Rasmussen, and Anais Chantal.

Note: Several of these shows are sold-out, according to Saltlakearts.org.


UCCU Center

  • Sept. 30 — The Band Camino.
  • Oct. 30 — Needtobreathe.

Union Event Center

  • Sept. 2 — Dance Gavin Dance.
  • Sept. 3 — Pixies and Modest Mouse with special guest Cat Power.
  • Sept. 16 — Jai Wolf.
  • Sept. 19 — Wolfmother.
  • Sept. 21 — Renee Rapp.
  • Sept. 23 — The Wombats.
  • Sept. 24 — Coheed and Cambria.
  • Sept. 27 — Owl City.
  • Sept. 29 — Collective Soul.
  • Sept. 30 — Bad Omens.
  • Oct. 3 — Nothing, Nowhere.
  • Oct. 4 — Asking Alexandria and The Hu.
  • Oct. 5 — 311 with Awolnation and Blame My Youth.
  • Oct. 7 — Slowdive.
  • Oct. 10 — Bad Religion.
  • Oct. 11 — The Mars Volta.
  • Oct. 13 — The Happy Fits.
  • Oct. 15 — Shakey Graves.
  • Oct. 18 — Ty Dolla $ign.
  • Oct. 21 — Declan McKenna.
  • Oct. 26 — Stephen Sanchez.
  • Oct. 27 — Dean Lewis.
  • Oct. 28 — Eric Nam.
  • Oct. 29 — LP — Love Lines tour.
  • Nov. 3 — Ivan Cornejo.
  • Nov. 4 — Ben Howard.
  • Nov. 17 — Royal Blood.
  • Nov. 18 — Darcy & Jer.
  • Nov. 24 — Blue October.
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USANA Amphitheatre

On Aug. 4 — the day he was scheduled to perform at USANA Amphitheatre — country star Luke Bryan announced that he had “been battling a head cold” for a few weeks and would be unable to perform.

“Dear Salt Lake fans,” Bryan said in a statement on social media. “I have been spending those days warming up and singing and have been able to perform. Today I have followed the same routine trying to not give up but I am just not getting better. I truly can not give you the show I want to give so I am going to have to postpone tonight’s show.”

Bryan announced a rescheduled concert date of Aug. 31, and thanked fans for their understanding.

Below are upcoming shows at USANA Amphitheatre:

  • Aug. 29 — Pantera.
  • Aug. 31 — Luke Bryan.
  • Sept. 1 — Mastadon and Gojira with special guest Lorna Shore.
  • Sept. 2 — Jelly Roll.
  • Sept. 3 — The Lumineers.
  • Sept. 7 — The Offspring.
  • Sept. 22 — Counting Crows with Dashboard Confessional.
  • Sept. 23 — Sting.
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  • Sept. 30 — Avenged Sevenfold with Falling in Reverse.
  • Oct. 14 — Zac Brown Band, with Thunderstorm Artis.
  • Oct. 17 — Shinedown.
  • July 20, 2024 — Niall Horan.
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