Venues across Utah are starting to tease their summer concert lineups — and a number of venues already have big shows booked through the end of the year. 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.

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Big Stars, Bright Nights (Canyons Village, Park City)

  • July 9 — Blitzen Trapper.
  • July 12 — Starship, featuring Mickey Thomas.
  • July 19 — UB40.
  • July 20 — “Lead singers of classic rock”: Featuring Jason Scheff of Chicago, and Tommy DeCarlo of Boston.
  • Aug. 2 — Guster.
  • Aug. 10 — Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, featuring special guest Jerry Douglas.
  • Aug. 11 — Spoon.
  • Aug. 24 — Josh Turner.
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Deer Valley Concert Series

The full lineup for the Deer Valley Concert Series, held in Park City, will be announced in the spring.

  • July 13 — Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit.
  • July 14 — Ziggy Marley, with Lettuce.
  • July 31 — Michael Franti & Spearhead, with Citizen Cope and Bombargo.
  • Aug. 10 — The Dead South.
  • Aug. 29 — Gregory Alan Isakov.

Delta Center

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  • April 28 — Luis Miguel.
  • May 15 — Feid.
  • May 17 — Kane Brown.
  • May 18 — Melanie Martinez.
  • May 27 — Stevie Nicks.
  • June 29 — Kevin James.
  • July 11 — Blink-182.
  • July 16-17 — AJR.
  • July 20 — Aventura.
  • July 31 — Olivia Rodrigo.
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  • Aug. 11 — Peso Pluma.
  • Aug. 18 — Twenty One Pilots.
  • Aug. 25 — Grupo Firme.
  • Aug. 27 — Jelly Roll.
  • Aug. 31 — Chayanne.
  • Sept. 6 — Fuerza Regida.
  • Sept. 27-30 — Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey.
  • Oct. 3 — Cigarettes after Sex.
  • Oct. 13 — Korn.
  • Oct. 18 — Iron Maiden.
  • Nov. 27 — Aerosmith.
  • Dec. 6-7 — Zach Bryan, with support from Matt Maeson and Levi Turner.

Eccles Theater

  • 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 15 — Derek Hough.
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  • May 18 — Ira Glass.
  • May 22 — Ancient Aliens Live.
  • May 23 — Celtic Woman.
  • May 30 — Hasan Minhaj.
  • May 31 — Sesame Street Live.
  • June 1 — Leanne Morgan.
  • June 9 — Reik.
  • June 21 — Hauser.
  • July 16-17 — Ben Platt.
  • July 18 — Il Divo.
  • Sept. 26-28 — “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” in concert.
  • Sept. 27 — Celtic Thunder.
  • Oct. 15 — Croce plays Croce (A.J. Croce, the son of late singer-songwriter Jim Croce, performing his dad’s hits).
  • Oct. 23-26 — Jim Gaffigan.
  • Nov. 2 — Iliza Shlesinger.
  • Nov. 16 — Joe Bonamassa.

Visit this Deseret News article for information regarding Broadway at the Eccles’ upcoming 2024-25 season.

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Maverik Center

  • April 23 — Primus, Puscifer and A Perfect Circle.
  • April 26 — Benson Boone.
  • May 17 — Lauren Daigle.
  • May 25 — Ramon Ayala.
  • June 7 — Brit Floyd.
  • June 13 — Caifanes and Café Tacvba.
  • July 15 — Lindsey Stirling.
  • Aug. 4 — Los Temerarios.
  • Aug. 16 — Jhene Aiko.
  • Aug. 31 — Gloria Trevi.
  • Sept. 20 — Heart, with Cheap Trick.
  • Sept. 21 — Los Tigres del Norte.
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Ogden Amphitheater

  • May 16 — Phoenix.
  • June 22 — Cannons.
  • July 5 — Ben Bohmer.
  • July 6 — Diplo.
  • Aug. 8 — Killer Mike and the The Mighty Midnight Revival, and Hippo Campus.
  • Aug. 14 — St. Vincent.
  • Aug. 23 — TBA.
  • Aug. 17 — Diamond Rio.
  • Aug. 29 — Thievery Corporation.
  • Sept. 6 — Broken Social Scene.
  • Sept. 13 — Tycho.

Red Butte Garden Concert Series

The full lineup for this summer’s Red Butte Garden concert series won’t come until mid-April, according to a news release shared with the Deseret News. But concertgoers have been given a sneak preview with the release of the following shows:

  • June 17 — Kaleo.
  • June 19 — Mat Kearney.
  • July 7 — Blues Traveler, with JJ Grey & Mofro.
  • July 23 — Lake Street Dive.
  • Aug. 20 — Gipsy Kings, featuring Nicolas Reyes.

Note: Tickets for Lake Street Dive are sold-out. Visit redbuttegarden.org/concerts for more information.


Redwest Festival

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The three-day festival, called Redwest, has partnered with the organizers and producers behind Stagecoach and Coachella to bring artists like Oliver Anthony — who last year went viral with “Rich Men North of Richmond” — and Colter Wall, whose western-style music can be heard in the series “Yellowstone,” to Salt Lake City in October, the Deseret News reported.

The festival runs from Oct. 4 through 6 at the Utah State Fairpark in Salt Lake City. For more information about tickets and the lineup, visit the Deseret News.


Rice-Eccles Stadium

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Sandy Amphitheater

  • May 19 — Brothers Osborne, with Madeline Edwards.
  • June 20 — Old Crow Medicine Show.
  • June 29 — The Magic of Queen.
  • July 10 — Nickel Creek and Andrew Bird.
  • July 24 — The Decemberists.
  • July 25 — Norah Jones.
  • Aug. 1 — Air Supply.
  • Aug. 9 — Koe Wetzel.
  • Aug. 10 — Hotel California.
  • Aug. 14 — Walker Hayes.
  • Sept. 5-7 — The Piano Guys.
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Stadium of Fire

  • July 4 — The Jonas Brothers will perform at the annual Stadium of Fire concert at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo, Utah. The pop band last performed at the event in 2009, the Deseret News reported.
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Summer Nights with the Stars (Davis Arts Council summer concert series)

According to a news release shared with the Deseret News, the following acts will perform at the Kenley Amphitheater in Layton this summer:

  • June 15 — Matthew and Gunnar Nelson.
  • June 22 — Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder.
  • June 26 — Tusk (Fleetwood Mac tribute band).
  • July 9 — Americana Women.
  • July 13 — Pixie and The Partygrass Boys.
  • July 18 — Straight No Chaser.
  • July 20 — Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
  • July 31 — Ben Folds.
  • Aug. 6 — Colbie Caillat.
  • Aug. 10 — Doo Wah Riders.
  • Aug. 15 — Lorrie Morgan.
  • Aug. 24 — An evening with Orleans and Firefall.
  • Aug. 31 — Martina McBride.
  • Sept. 7 — Phillip Phillips.
  • Sept. 12 — Petty Theft: San Fransisco tribute to Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.

Tickets for individual concerts go on sale May 7 at 10 a.m. MDT. Season ticket renewals are available through April 12. For more information, visit davisarts.org.


Tuacahn Amphitheatre

  • April 11-12 — Foreigner.
  • April 13 — Aretha’s Gold.
  • Oct. 24 — Zeppelin USA.
  • Oct. 25 — Ryan Hamilton.
  • Oct. 26 — Southern Utah Blues Festival.
  • Nov. 7 — KC and the Sunshine Band.
  • Nov. 14 — The Doo Wop Project.
  • Nov. 15 — Mat and Savanna Shaw.
  • Nov. 16 — The Fab Four: The Ultimate Tribute.
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Union Event Center

  • April 12 — Niko Moon.
  • April 26 — Bayside.
  • April 28 — Xavi.
  • April 29 — MeatEater.
  • April 30 — Our Last Night.
  • May 7 — Jesse McCartney.
  • May 10 — Pinky Patel.
  • May 17 — Idles.
  • May 24 — Two Door Cinema Club.
  • May 25 — Social Distortion.
  • June 1 — Echo & The Bunnymen.
  • June 11 — Taking Back Sunday.
  • June 18 — Iron & Wine.
  • July 27 — Gaslight Anthem.
  • Aug. 9 — Orville Peck.
  • Sept. 24 — OMD.
  • Oct. 3 — Faye Webster.
  • Oct. 14 — Alec Benjamin.
  • Oct. 22 — Nothing But Thieves.

Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre (formerly USANA Amphitheatre)

  • May 30 — Brooks & Dunn.
  • May 31 — An Evening with James Taylor.
  • June 5 — Red Hot Chili Peppers.
  • June 6 — Sarah McLachlan.
  • June 14 — Janet Jackson.
  • June 20 — Cage the Elephant.
  • June 25 — Third Eye Blind with Yellowcard.
  • June 26 — Styx & Foreigner with John Waite.
  • June 29 — New Kids on the Block, with Paula Abdul and DJ Jazzy Jeff.
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  • July 9 — Noah Kahan.
  • July 11 — Hootie and the Blowfish.
  • July 18 — Barbie the Movie: In Concert.
  • July 20 — Niall Horan.
  • July 21 — A Day to Remember.
  • July 30 — 30 Seconds to Mars.
  • July 31 — Bush.
  • Aug. 1 — Alanis Morissette.
  • Aug. 3 — Sam Hunt.
  • Aug. 15 — Dirty Heads and Slightly Stoopid, with Common Kings, The Elovaters.
  • Aug. 16 — The Australian Pink Floyd Show.
  • Aug. 18 — Limp Bizkit, Bones, N8NOFACE, Cory Feldman, Riff Raff.
  • Aug. 20 — Tyler Childers.
  • Aug. 21 — Santana and Counting Crows.
  • Aug. 22 — Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper.
  • Aug. 24 — Blue October, Switchfoot and Matt Nathanson.
  • Aug. 29 — Train and REO Speedwagon.
  • Aug. 30 — The Doobie Brothers.
  • Aug. 31 — Hozier.
  • Sept. 5 — Glass Animals.
  • Sept. 6 — Creed.
  • Sept. 7 — Jason Aldean.
  • Sept. 10 — Def Leppard.
  • Sept. 13 — Lainey Wilson.
  • Sept. 20 — Dan + Shay.
  • Sept. 26 — ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
  • Oct. 5 — Breaking Benjamin and Staind, with special guest Daughtry.
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