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Utah’s large music venues are reopening gradually. Here’s who’s scheduled to perform so far.

Acts include legendary rock bands, the Utah Symphony, pop stars and more.

(Scott Sommerdorf | Tribune file photo) Violinist Lindsey Stirling — photographed at Red Butte Garden in 2015 — is scheduled to perform at at Usana Amphitheatre on July 10.

The music is starting to return to Utah’s concert venues, as restrictions put into place during the COVID-19 pandemic begin to ease.

Here is a schedule — with dates subject to change — of concerts at some of Utah’s larger venues, set through the end of September. Check with each venue for their COVID-19 protocols.

July 2

Deer Valley Music Festival • “Patriotic Pops,” with the Utah Symphony and singer Capathia Jenkins, at Snow Park Amphitheatre, 2250 Deer Valley Drive South, Park City. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

July 3

Stadium of Fire • Country legend Lee Greenwood, stunt group Nitro Circus, and country singer Collin Raye are set to perform at LaVell Edwards Stadium, 1700 N. Canyon Road, Provo. freedomfestival.org.

July 9

Deer Valley Music Festival • Funk-soul band Kool & the Gang performs with the Utah Symphony, at Snow Park Amphitheatre. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

July 10

Lindsey Stirling • Dance-pop violinist on her “Artemis Tour North America,” at Usana Amphitheatre, 5150 Upper Ridge Road, West Valley City. LiveNation.com.

Deer Valley Music Festival • Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth performs with the Utah Symphony, at Snow Park Amphitheatre. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

July 13

Trampled by Turtles • The alt-country band performs, with opening act Caamp, at Sandy City Amphitheatre. SandyAmp.com.

July 16

Deer Valley Music Festival • Neil Diamond tribute act Super Diamond performs with the Utah Symphony, at Snow Park Amphitheatre. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

July 17

Garth Brooks • The country superstar performs at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Ticketmaster.com.

Deer Valley Music Festival • Motown legends The Temptations perform with the Utah Symphony, at Snow Park Amphitheatre. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

July 23

Deer Valley Music Festival • Utah Symphony performs “The Magical Music of Harry Potter,” at Snow Park Amphitheatre. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

July 24

Deer Valley Music Festival • “Take Me Home: The Music of John Denver,” starring Jim Curry with the Utah Symphony, at Snow Park Amphitheatre. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

July 30

Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit • Alt-country band performs, with Lucinda Williams opening, at Red Butte Garden, 300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City. RedButteGarden.org. (A scheduled July 31 show at Eccles Theater has been postponed to March 8, 2022. live-at-the-eccles.com.)

Deer Valley Music Festival • Australian rock group Little River Band performs with the Utah Symphony, at Snow Park Amphitheatre. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

For King and Country • The Christian pop duo performs on its “A Summer Tour,” at Sandy City Amphitheatre. SandyAmp.com.

July 31

Deer Valley Music Festival • Utah Symphony performs Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture” and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Piano Concerto No. 2,” at Snow Park Amphitheatre. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

Aug. 1

Drive-By Truckers • The alt-country/Southern rock band performs, with opening act Cha Wa, at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 4

Mat Kearney • The folk-rock musician performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Shakey Graves • The Americana musician performs, with opening act Tré Burt, at Sandy City Amphitheatre. SandyAmp.com.

Aug. 6

Travis Tritt • The country superstar performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Deer Valley Music Festival • Surf-music legends The Beach Boys perform with the Utah Symphony, at Snow Park Amphitheatre. Also performing Aug. 7. DeerValleyMusicFestival.org.

Hive Festival • Two-day rap festival headlined by Suicideboys (Aug. 6) and Post Malone (Aug. 7), at the Utah State Fairpark, 1000 W. North Temple, Salt Lake City. Also Aug. 7. UtahStateFair.com.

Aug. 7

Alan Jackson • Country star performs, with Tenille Townes opening, at Vivint Smart Home Arena, 301 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City. VivintArena.com.

Melissa Etheridge • The veteran folk-rocker performs at Sandy City Amphitheatre. SandyAmp.com.

Aug. 8

Wilco / Sleater-Kinney • The indie-rock bands co-headline, with opening act Nnamdï, at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 10

38 Special • The classic Southern rock band performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 12

Maroon 5 • Pop-rock band performs with Megan Trainor and Leon Bridges as opening acts, at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

Joe Bonamassa • Rock guitarist performs with the Blues Rock Power Trio, at Eccles Theater. (Rescheduled from July 24.) live-at-the-eccles.com.

Aug. 13

Dierks Bentley • The country star performs on his “Beers on Me” tour, with opening acts Riley Green and Parker McCollum, at Usana Amphitheatre. Dierks.com.

Ballet West • The Utah ballet troupe will perform “Paquita,” “The Solo Year” and Piece of My Heart,” at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Ogden Twilight • Fitz & The Tantrums, indie-pop band, performs, with opening act Kishi Bashi, at Ogden Amphitheater, 343 E. 25th St., Ogden. OgdenTwilight.com; sold out.

Aug. 14

Indigo Girls • The legendary folk-pop duo performs at Snow Park Amphitheater at Deer Valley. DeerValley.com.

Aug. 15

Dee Dee Bridgewater / Meshell Ndegeocello • The jazz singer, backed by the Memphis Soulphony) and the funk-soul singer/musician co-headline at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 16

Galactic • The jazz-funk jam band — featuring Anjelica “Jelly” Joseph — performs, with opening act Dumpstaphunk, at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 17

Not Our First Goat Rodeo • The classical/bluegrass collaboration among cellist Yo-Yo Ma, mandolinist Chris Thile, fiddler Stuart Duncan and bassist Edgar Meyer, with singer Aoife O’Donovan as a guest performer, plays at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 19

Watchhouse • The folk duo formerly known as Mandolin Orange performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Twilight Concert Series • Big Boi, hip-hop star, performs; STRFKR and Laserfang are the opening acts; at Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main St., Salt Lake City. 24Tix.com.

Aug. 20

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats • The folk-rock band performs, with opening act Delta Spirit, at Snow Park Amphitheater at Deer Valley. DeerValley.com.

Ogden Twilight • The Flaming Lips, psychedelic rock band, performs, with opening act Dan Deacon, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com; sold out.

Aug. 21

Ogden Twilight • Big Wild, electronic multi-instrumentalist, performs, with opening act Crooked Colours, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com; sold out.

Aug. 22

Blind Boys of Alabama / North Mississippi Allstars • The gospel group and the blues-rock jam band co-headline at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 23

ZZ Top • The legendary Texas rock trio performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 25

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue / Gov’t Mule • The jazz combo and the Southern rock jam band are co-headliners for a show at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Aug. 26

Counting Crows • The alt-rock/jangle pop band performs, on its “Butter Miracle Tour 2021,” at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Twilight Concert Series • Thundercat, soul/jazz bass player and singer, performs; Remi Wolf and Giraffula are the opening acts; at Gallivan Center. 24Tix.com.

Aug. 28

Ogden Twilight • Louis the Child, DJ/production duo, performs, with an opening DJ set by Washed Out, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com; sold out.

Aug. 29

Neko Case • The indie-rock musician performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Sept. 2

Squeeze • The hit-making New Wave band performs on “The Nomadband Tour,” with opening act Colin Hay (from Men at Work), at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Twilight Concert Series • Neon Trees, Indie-pop band with Utah roots, performs; Peach Tree Rascals and The Rubies are the opening acts; at Gallivan Center. 24Tix.com.

Sept. 3

Jonas Brothers • The pop trio performs on the “Remember This Tour,” with opening act Kelsea Ballerini, at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

Ogden Twilight • Spoon, indie-rock band, performs, opening act TBA, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com.

Sept. 4

Ogden Twilight • Noah Cyrus, pop singer, performs, with opening act Ant Clemons, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com.

Sept. 5

Rodrigo y Gabriela • The eclectic flamenco guitar duo performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Sept. 7

3 Doors Down • The post-grunge rock band performs on “The Better Life 20th Anniversary Tour” at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

Sept. 8

Roger Daltrey • The British singer and longtime frontman for The Who performs, with opening act Dan Bern, at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Utah Symphony • Carlos Miguel Prieto conducts “¡Celebración Sinfónica!,” featuring music from Latin American composers, at Abravanel Hall. UtahSymphony.org.

Sept. 9

Korn & Staind • Hard rock double-bill, at Usana Amphitheatre. livenation.com.

Utah Symphony • Screening of “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” with live symphonic score, at Abravanel Hall. Also Sept. 10. UtahSymphony.org.

Sept. 10

Little Big Town • Country quartet performs on its “Nightfall Tour,” with opening act Caitlyn Smith. Also Sept. 11. live-at-the-eccles.com.

Ogden Twilight • Death Cab for Cutie, indie-rock band performs, with opening act Deep Sea Diver, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com; sold out.

Sept. 11

Needtobreathe • The Christian rock band performs on its “Into the Mystery Tour,” with opening act Switchfoot, at Sandy City Amphitheatre. SandyAmp.com.

Sept. 12

Kenny Loggins • The pop-rock legend performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Bill Maher • Comedian and host of HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher,” at the Eccles Theatre. live-at-the-eccles.com.

Sept. 14

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real • The country-rock band (and Bradley Cooper’s backup band in “A Star Is Born”) performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Sept. 16

Michael Franti & Spearhead • The reggae/hip-hop/funk band performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Utah Symphony • Violinist Hilary Hahn performs Brahms, at Noorda Center for the Performing Arts, 800 W. University Parkway, Orem. UtahSymphony.org.

Ogden Twilight • Purity Ring, electronic pop band, performs, with opening act Dawn Richard, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com.

Sept. 17

Celine Dion • Pop legend performs on her “Courage World Tour,” at Vivint Smart Home Arena. VivintArena.com.

Utah Symphony • Violinist Hilary Hahn performs Brahms, at Abravanel Hall. Also Sept. 18. UtahSymphony.org.

(Courtesy photo) Violinist Hilary Hahn is scheduled to perform with the Utah Symphony — Sept. 16, 2021, at Orem's Noorda Center for the Performing Arts, and Sept. 17-18, 2021, at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City.

Sept. 18

Twilight Concert Series • St. Vincent, art-rock sensation, performs; opening acts TBA; at Gallivan Center. 24Tix.com.

Sept. 21

Ogden Twilight • Portugal. The Man, alt-rock band, performs, with opening act Japanese Breakfast, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com; sold out.

Sept. 22

Kiss • Pop-metal legends perform on the band’s “End of the Road World Tour,” at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

Billy Strings • The bluegrass musician performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Sept. 23

Alanis Morissette • The “Jagged Little Pill” singer-songwriter performs, with Garbage and Liz Phair as opening acts, at Usana Amphitheatre. (Rescheduled from Aug. 8.) LiveNation.com.

Khruangbin • The psychedelic soul band performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Sept. 24

Luke Combs • Country star performs on his “What You See Is What You Get Tour - In the Round,” with Ashley McBryde and Ray Fulcher opening, at Vivint Smart Home Arena. VivintArena.com.

Lady A • The country trio (formerly known as Lady Antebellum) performs on its “What a Song Can Do Tour 2021″ at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

Twilight Concert Series • Lake Street Dive, pop/soul/alt-jazz band, performs; Pixie and the Partygrass Boys and another yet-to-be-announced act will open; at Gallivan Center. 24Tix.com.

Utah Symphony • Thierry Fischer conducts Stravinsky and Rachmaninoff, at Abravanel Hall. Also Sept. 25. UtahSymphony.org.

Sept. 25

Ogden Twilight • Grouplove, indie-rock band, performs, with opening act Blackstarkids, at Ogden Amphitheater. OgdenTwilight.com; sold out.

Sept. 26

Bianca Del Rio • The drag performer and season 6 winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” brings the “Unsanitized” tour to the Eccles Theater. Live-at-the-Eccles.com.

Sept. 27

Modest Mouse • The alt-rock band brings its 2021 tour to Sandy Amphitheatre. ModestMouse.com.

Sept. 29

The Doobie Brothers • The rock group popular in the 1970s performs on its “50th Anniversary Tour” (KRSP’s Arrowfest), at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

JJ Grey & Mofro • The Southern blues-rock band performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Sept. 30

Emmylou Harris • The country-folk legend legend performs at Red Butte Garden. RedButteGarden.org.

Los Ángeles Azules • The Mexican cumbia group brings its “40 Años” tour to the Eccles Theater. Live-at-the-eccles.com.


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