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Performance Venues

Music Concerts,  Live Stage Music Performances, Concert Halls

Salt Lake County

ECCLES THEATRE SHOWTIMES SALT LAKE
VIVINT SMART HOME ARENA SHOWTIMES SALT LAKE
ABRAVANEL HALL SHOWTIMES SALT LAKE
SOUNDWELL SHOWTIMES SALT LAKE
THE DEPOT SHOWTIMES SALT LAKE
THE COMPLEX SHOWTIMES SALT LAKE
SALTAIR SHOWTIMES SALT LAKE
IN THE VENUE SHOWTIMES SALT LAKE

Outdoor

USANA AMPHITHEATRE SHOWTIMES WEST VALLEY
RED BUTTE GARDEN SHOWTIMES U OF U
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Salt Lake City

Avalon Theatre
Capitol Theatre

Gallivan Center
Grand Theatre
Hayes Christensen Theatre
Kilby Court

Kimball Art Center

Kingsbury Hall
Libby Gardner Concert Hall
Off Broadway Theatre
Olpin Union Ballroom
Pioneer Memorial Theatre
Rail Event Center
Realms of Inquiry School
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

Salt Lake Acting Company
Salt Palace Convention Center
Sugar Space
Urban Lounge
Utah Center for Arts
Utah State Fair Park

Sandy

Chamber Theater
Rio Tinto Stadium

Sandy Amphitheater

South Towne Expo Center

Magna

Saltair

Murray

Ballet Centre Theatre
Desert Star Theaters
Murray Theatre

Riverton

Riverton Museum at the Crane House

West Jordan

Sugar Factory Playhouse

West Valley City

Hale Centre Theatre
USANA

Utah Cultural Celebration Center

Cache County

Logan

Chase Fine Arts Center
Ellen Eccles Theatre

WhySound

Weber County

Ogden

Davis County Legacy Events Center
Golden Spike Event Center

Peery’s Egyptian Theatre

Davis County

Centerville

CenterPoint Legacy Theatre
Rogers Memorial Theatre

Farmington

Farmington City Arts Theater

Layton

Davis Conference Center
Ed Kenley Amphitheater

Salt Lake County

Draper

Draper Historic Theater

Summit & Wasatch County

Park City

Ecclees Center
Egyptian Theatre Company

Snow Park Amphitheater

Village Courtyard on Lower Main

The Yard at Park City

Midway

Homestead Resort

Tooele County

Tooele

Deseret Peak Complex

Utah County

American Fork

American Fork Amphitheater

Eagle Mountain

SilverLake Amphitheater

Lehi

Thanksgiving Point

Lindon

Valley Center Playhouse

Orem

UCCU Events Center

Pleasant Grove

The Grove Theatre

Provo

BYU Conference Center
Covey Center For the Arts
The Gazebo at Riverwoods

Grand County

Moab

Grand Center
Historic Star Hall
Moab Arts & Recreation Center
Old Spanish Trail Arena

Iron County

Cedar City

Centrum Arena

Washington County

St George

Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts

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Map of Utah Venues

Nightclubs, Dance Clubs & Bars

Salt Lake County

Salt Lake City

Area 51
Bar Deluxe
The Bayou
Burt’s Tiki Club
Club 90
Club Allure
The Green Pig Pub & Grill
Green Street
Huka Bar & Grill
In The Venue
Keys on Main
The Outer Rim
Mo’s Neighborhood Grill
Piper Down an Olde World Pub
South Shore Sports Bar & Grill
The State Room
Studio 600 (non-alcoholic)
Squatters Pub
Tavernacle Social Club
Urban Lounge

Little Cottonwood Canyon

Wildflower Restaurant & Lounge – Snowbird

 

Summit County – Wasatch County

Park City

The Bridge Bar & Grill
Cisero’s Ristorante & Nightclub
Downstairs
Harry O’s
Molly Blooms Restaurant & Pub
The Spur Bar & Grill
The Star Bar
Squatters Pub

Utah County

Provo

Studio 600 (non-alcoholic)

Spanish Fork

Deer Hunter Pub

Weber County

Ogden

Kamikazes
The Outlaw Saloon
Teazers Club Insomnia

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Nightclubs with DJ

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Nightclubs with Live Music

Farmers’ Markets by Utah County & City

Salt Lake County

Salt Lake City

Downtown Farmers Market
Historic Pioneer Park
350 S 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Peoples Market
International Peace Gardens (Jordan Park)
1000 South 900 West, Salt Lake City, Utah 84104 (801) 891-3949

Murray

Murray Park Farmers Market
5200 S State, Murray, Utah 84107  (801) 233-3010

Wasatch Front Farmers Market
Wheeler Historic Farm
6351 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84121-2438 (801) 264-2241

South Jordan

South Jordan Towne Center Farmers Market
1600 West Towne Center Drive (10600 South) South Jordan, Utah 84095
(801) 254-3742

 

Summit County

Park Silly Sunday Market
Historic Main Street, Park City, Utah (435) 655-0994

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Maverik Center

Maverik Center, Event Center, West Valley City, Utah, Salt Lake City, county, Concerts, Sports, Ice Hockey, Fighting, Monster Trucks, Music, Dance, Family Entertainment
The Maverik Center, originally known as the E Center, is a 10,100 seat multi-purpose arena located in West Valley City, Utah. Construction on the arena started in 1996 and was completed in time to hold its first event on September 22, 1997. The arena is owned by West Valley City, and managed by Centennial Management Group, Inc.

During the 2002 Winter Olympics it served as the main venue for the ice hockey events, and as the venue for ice sledge hockey during the 2002 Winter Paralympics. Today the arena is home to the Utah Grizzlies and Utah Blaze, it is also a major venue in the area for numerous concerts and live touring productions.

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In July 1995, only a month after winning the 2002 Winter Olympic bid, the Salt Lake Organizing Committee (SLOC) accepted a proposal from West Valley City to build a new ice hockey facility in their city. SLOC loaned $7 million to the city for construction costs, and would rent the arena from the city during the Olympic games. The arena would be funded through a variety of ways, but would be owned by the municipality of West Valley City, and used for various events before and after the games. Ground was broken for the arena on March 22, 1996, and construction was completed in September 1997; the E Center was officially dedicated in a ceremony on September 19, 1997. The first event held in the new venue was WCW’s Monday Nitro Live on September 22, 1997. All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License‎ – Wikipedia

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Maverik Center
3200 Decker Lake Dr West Valley City, Utah 84119 (801) 988-8800

Peery’s Egyptian Theater

Peery’s Egyptian Theater is a historical 1920s movie palace fully restored to its former glory and renovated to service live performance as well as cinema. As a component of the Ogden Eccles Conference Center, the Egyptian is a cornerstone of the revitalization of the downtown Ogden and the greater Weber County areas and is committed to supporting community events that utilize the Egyptian as a venue for quality professional performing arts events. Peery’s Egyptian Theater serves both as a rental facility for national and community events and as an arts presenter enriching local residents’ entertainment experiences.

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Springville Museum of Art

Utah’s first museum for the visual arts, this beautiful Spanish Morrocan Style building would be worth visiting even if there were no art. Dedicated as a “Sanctuary of Beauty and a Temple of Contemplation ” by David O. McKay, the Museum houses over 2,000 works; 1,500 of which are Utah art. The impressive collection of 150 years of Utah fine art, twentieth century Soviet Socialist Realism and American art, and 15 exhibitions per year are displayed throughout 29 galleries.

Springville Museum of Art, Springville, Utah, Utah County, Fine Arts, History, Live Music Venue, LecturesThe history of the Museum began in 1903, with the donation of two works of art to Springville High School by Cyrus E. Dallin and John Hafen. Dallin became famous for his heroic depictions of the American Indian, and Hafen for his sensitively rendered impressionistic landscapes. In 1907 a number of Utah artist agreed to donate paintings to the school, including: James T. Harwood, John B. Fairbanks and Mahonri M. Young. The students became interested in art and collecting, and began purchasing paintings and sculpture through an “Art Queen” program. Each student paid a penny-per-vote. The girl with the most votes was named queen, and the funds were used to purchase artwork for the Museum’s collection.

Cultural and educational offerings at the Museum have expanded over time in response to community desire and need. A Paris Salon style exhibition was put on in 1921 by the High School students, which has continued as the Annual Spring Salon to this day.  In 1925 the Museum, then called the High School Art Gallery, became incorporated.  Generous donations from the Smart, Steed and Lund-Wassmer Collections have strengthened the Museum’s permanent collection.  By 1935 the collection had grown so much that the students and townspeople raised $100,000 during the Great Depression to construct the present facility.  The Museum has since been expanded and modernized with the addition of the Clyde Wing in 1965, and the George S. and Delores Dore Eccles Wing in 2004.  The latest addition doubled the size of the facility, adding 20,000 square feet to the Museum.

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Sunday Concert Series

Join us for an evening of music in the Museum’s beautiful Grand Gallery with our Sunday Concert Series. The Museum is open every Sunday from 3:00 to 6:00 pm, with the free Concert Series beginning at 5:00 pm on select Sundays every month. Please call for upcoming dates (489-2727). The Museum hosts these performances through the City of Springville.

Hours & Admission

The Museum is open Tuesday – Saturday 10am to 5pm, Wednesdays 10am to 9pm, and Sundays 3pm to 6pm. Closed Mondays and Holidays, except the first Monday monthly from 6pm to 8pm for Community & Family Night. Community & Family Night is not held the first Monday in January, July, or September. Admission is Free.