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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.

April 8

Utah Symphony • Domingo Hindoyan conducts a program highlighted by Mozart’s “Symphony No. 41″ (aka the “Jupiter Symphony”), at Abravanel Hall, 123 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City. Also April 9-10. UtahSymphony.org.

April 9

Ballet West • “Precious Gems,” at Capitol Theatre, 50 S. West Temple, Salt Lake City. Also April 10, 15-17. BalletWest.org.

Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles • Maverik Center, 3200 S. Decker Lake Drive, West Valley City. Also April 10. MaverikCenter.com.

April 22

Utah Symphony • Concertmaster Madeline Adkins performs Ralph Vaughan Williams’ “The Lark Ascending,” at Abravanel Hall. Also April 23-24. UtahSymphony.org.

April 23

Ballet West II • “The Glass Slipper,” at Capitol Theatre. Also April 24. BalletWest.org.

April 29

Utah Symphony • Thierry Fischer conducts Wynton Marsalis’ “A Fiddler’s Tale,” Wagner’s “Siegfried Idyll” and more, at Abravanel Hall. Also April 30-May 1. UtahSymphony.org.

May 7

The Music of Andrew Lloyd WebberConcert-style stage show, featuring Utah musicians Kurt Bestor, Lisa Hopkins Seegmiller, Lexi Walker, David Osmond and Dallyn Vail Bayles, at Eccles Theater, 131 S. Main St., Salt Lake City. Also May 8-9 and 13-15. live-at-the-eccles.com.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Emmy Award-winning Utah composer Kurt Bestor talks about the upcoming season as the Eccles Theater announces the venue's first shows since the COVID-19 pandemic began, during a press event on Wednesday, March 24, 2021.

May 8

Utah Opera • Peter Brook’s “La tragédie de Carmen,” an adaptation of Bizet’s “Carmen,” at Capitol Theatre. Also May 10, 12, 14 and 16. UtahOpera.org.

May 12

Ballet West • Choreographic Festival, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 W. 300 South, Salt Lake City. Also May 13-15. BalletWest.org.

May 15

Nathan Pacheco • Classical/crossover singer performs with the American Heritage Lyceum Philharmonic Orchestra, at Abravanel Hall. ArtTix.org.

May 20

Utah Symphony • Beethoven’s First Symphony, and flutist Demarre McGill performs André Jolivet’s “Suite en concert,” at Abravanel Hall. Also May 21-22. UtahSymphony.org.

May 27

Utah Symphony • Thierry Fischer conducts a program that includes Mozart’s “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music)” and Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring,” at Abravanel Hall. Also May 28-29. UtahSymphony.org.

June 13

Justin Bieber • The pop star performs on his “Changes” tour, with Kehlani and Jaden Smith opening, at Vivint Smart Home Arena, 301 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City. VivintArena.com.

June 15

Chicago • Legendary pop-rock band performs “their greatest hits,” at Usana Amphitheatre, 5150 Upper Ridge Road, West Valley City. livenation.com.

June 24

Chris Stapleton • Country singer-songwriter performs on his “All-American Roadshow” tour, with opening acts Sheryl Crow and The Dirty Knobs (with Mike Campbell), at Usana Amphitheatre. livenation.com.

June 26

Jojo Siwa • Teen icon performs on “D.R.E.A.M.: The Tour,” with The Belles opening, at Vivint Smart Home Arena. VivintArena.com.

June 29

Santana and Earth Wind & Fire • Legendary rock acts co-headlining, at Usana Amphitheatre. livenation.com.

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 • Headliner and performers to be announced, 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. LiveNation.com.

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

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

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

July 22

Thomas Rhett • Country singer performs on his “The Center Point Road Tour,” at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

July 23

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

July 24

Joe Bonamassa • Rock guitarist performs with the Blues Rock Power Trio, at Eccles Theater. live-at-the-eccles.com.

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 27

Goo Goo Dolls • Pop-rock band performs, opening band to be announced, at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

July 30

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

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.

Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit • Alt-country band performs, with Lucinda Williams opening, at Eccles Theater. live-at-the-eccles.com.

Aug. 5

Backstreet Boys • Pop vocal group performs on their “DNA World Tour,” at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

Aug. 6

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

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

Alan Jackson • Country star performs, with Tenille Townes opening, at Vivint Smart Home Arena. VivintArena.com.

Aug.t 8

Alanis Morissette • Singer-songwriter performs with Garbage and Liz Phair as opening acts, at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

Aug. 12

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

Sept. 8

Megadeth and Lamb of God • Metal bands co-headlining, at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

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

Sept. 9

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

Sept. 16

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

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

Matchbox Twenty • Pop-rock band, at Usana Amphitheatre. LiveNation.com.

Sept. 22

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

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.

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

Sept. 29

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

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