Concerts | Concert Venues | Show Tickets | Salt Lake City Concerts
Amphitheatre: a large outdoor concert facility located in West Valley City.
The box office is only open on days of shows. See Web site for information about
other ticket vendors. Many big-name rock and country acts visit USANA. Past events
have featured Rush, Poison and Kenny Chesney. "Utah's Concert Experience."
The 2008 lineup included Journey, Heart, Cheap Trick, The Steve Miller Band, James
Taylor, The Dave Matthews Band, Motley Crue and John Mayer. 2014 includes Kiss with Def Leppard, Styx with Foreigner, Alabama, Blake Shelton, Journey with the Steve Miller Band, Tim McGraw and others.
Depot: located in the Union Pacific Station in downtown Salt Lake City. The
Depot offers live music, entertainment and fine dining. The venue has a 1200 person
capacity. Past events have featured 311 and Lifehouse.
E Center: an enclosed stadium facility located in West Valley City. The E
Center was the host venue for the Ice Hockey championships of the 2002 Olympic
Winter Games, and is home to the Utah Grizzlies hockey team. Past concerts have
included Shania Twain, Janet Jackson and Phish. The E Center has also hosted other
entertainment programs such as Stars on Ice, The Shrine Circus,
Arenacross and Monster Trucks.
Solutions Arena: a 20,500 seat arena, located in downtown Salt Lake City.
The Energy Solutions Arena is home to the NBA's Utah Jazz, and has hosted many
types of concerts and events.
Amphitheatre: an outdoor facilitiy, located in Sandy. Past rock concerts have
included Toto and the Lou Gramm Band. The 2013 lineup includes Vertical Horizon, Collective Soul, America and many others.
Hall: located in downtown Salt Lake City. Abravanel Hall is home to the Utah
Tabernacle on Temple Square: Home to the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Tinto Stadium: located in Sandy; home of the Salt
Lake Real soccer team.
Stadium: located at the University of Utah.
Red Butte Garden: located at the University of Utah. There's an extensive lineup for 2014 that includes Natalie Cole, Toto, Sarah McLachlan, Lyle Lovett, Santana and others.
guide currently does not include information about college venues or university
links: Rock bands' offical sites.