As a reminder, be sure to know that partial season packages for Red Butte Garden go on sale this coming Monday, April 23.
it will be interesting to see if any of the packages sell so well that certain shows will be sold out by the time individual tickets go on sale to Members on April 30, and then the general public on May 7.
To buy a partial package, you need a Garden membership. Garden memberships start at $35 and include a year of benefits.
Tickets and memberships are available at www.redbuttegarden.org or by calling 801-585-0556.
TICKET ON SALE DATES
Packages: April 23 at 9 a.m.
Individual ticket sales to Garden Members: April 30 at 9 a.m.
General Public: May 7 at 9 a.m.
Get a membership today and save $5 per concert ticket.
This year's Red Butte Garden concert series includes 26 shows from Memorial Day (May 28) to Labor Day (the last show is Sept. 2) and a new way to acquire tickets with partial season packages.
There are four packages and each has six concerts, grouped to match music genres. Pick your package, take advantage of the early purchase period, and then add individual tickets for other shows you want to see.
1. Monday, May 28: The Shins w/ The Head and the Heart and Blind Pilot
2. Tuesday, May 29: Bon Iver w/ The Staves
3. Sunday, June 3: Sheryl Crow
4. Sunday, June 10: American Legacies: The Preservation Hall Jazz Band and The Del McCoury Band
5. Wednesday, June 13: Melissa Etheridge
6. Monday, June 25: Wilco w/ Blitzen Trapper
7. Tuesday, June 26: Jimmy Cliff
8. Monday, July 2: The B-52s and Squeeze
9. Sunday, July 15: Brandi Carlile
10. Tuesday, July 17: Josh Ritter
11. Thursday, July 19: Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers
12. Friday, July 20: Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
13. Friday, July 27: Al Green
14. Sunday, July 29: Los Lobos and Steve Earle
15. Wednesday, Aug. 8: Diana Krall
16. Friday, Aug. 10: Colbie Caillat & Gavin DeGraw
17. Sunday, Aug. 12: Michael Franti & Spearhead
18. Monday. Aug. 13: Gipsy Kings
19. Tuesday, Aug. 14: Andrew Bird w/ Amadou & Mariam
20. Friday, Aug. 17: Dead Can Dance
21. Tuesday, Aug. 21: Norah Jones
22. Thursday, Aug. 23: Crosby, Stills & Nash
23. Sunday, Aug. 26: Huey Lewis & The News
24. Tuesday, Aug. 28: Bonnie Raitt w/ special guest Mavis Staples
25. Wednesday, Aug. 29: Bonnie Raitt w/ special guest Mavis Staples
26. Sunday, Sept. 2: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Packages include one general admission ticket to six concerts as outlined in each package. There are four packages. No substitutions.
Once individual tickets go on sale and a show sells out, the package containing that concert will no longer be available.
Package price is based on Garden Membership. Add $30 to each package for General Public pricing.
3-Jun Sheryl Crow $66
13-Jun Melissa Etheridge $57
2-Jul B-52s and Squeeze $47
10-Aug Colbie Caillat & Gavin DeGraw $40
17-Aug Dead Can Dance $36
28-Aug Bonnie Raitt $58
GARDEN MEMBER PRICE $304
26-Jun Jimmy Cliff $35
17-Jul Josh Ritter $32
27-Jul Al Green $53
8-Aug Diana Krall $55
13-Aug Gipsy Kings $55
21-Aug Norah Jones $65
GARDEN MEMBER PRICE $295
10-Jun Del McCoury and Pres Hall Jazz Band $35
19-Jul Steve Martin $55
29-Jul Los Lobos and Steve Earle $37
23-Aug Crosby, Stills and Nash $70
26-Aug Huey Lewis $52
2-Sep Trombone Shorty $30
GARDEN MEMBER PRICE $321
29-May Bon Iver $40
25-Jun Wilco w/ Blitzen Trapper $46
15-Jul Brandi Carlile $33
20-Jul Grace Potter $35
12-Aug Michael Franti $43
14-Aug Andrew Bird $39
GARDEN MEMBER PRICE $236
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