Ogden Twilight concerts back this summer, with Flaming Lips, Death Cab for Cutie, Noah Cyrus and more

The series begins in August and runs through September; tickets go on sale Friday.

(Steve Griffin | Salt Lake Tribune file photo) Hannah Hooper of the band Grouplove, photographed at Red Butte Garden in 2014, will return to Utah on Sept. 25, 2021, as her band performs in the Ogden Twilight concert series.

Music is coming back to Ogden Amphitheater this summer, with the return of the Ogden Twilight concert series — and a lineup of hip and familiar pop and rock acts.

The series of 10 concerts runs over seven weeks, from Aug. 13 to Sept. 25, mostly on Fridays and Saturdays, at the Ogden Amphitheater, 343 E. 25th St., Ogden. Gates open at 5 p.m. for all shows, which include an opening act and a local spotlight band.

Here’s the lineup:

Friday, Aug. 13 • Indie-pop/neo-soul band Fitz and the Tantrums, with Kishi Bashi opening and a local spotlight TBD.

Friday, Aug. 20 • Psychedelic rock band The Flaming Lips, with Dan Deacon opening and a local spotlight TBD.

Saturday, Aug. 21 • Electronic musician/vocalist Big Wild, with Crooked Colors opening and a local spotlight TBD.

Saturday, Aug. 28 • Electronic music duo Louis the Child, with an opening DJ set by Washed Out and a local spotlight on Goth Babe.

Friday, Sept. 3 • TBD.

Saturday, Sept. 4 • Pop singer-songwriter Noah Cyrus (Miley’s little sister), with Ant Clemons opening and a local spotlight on Cop Kid.

Friday, Sept. 10 • Alt-rock band Death Cab for Cutie, with opener and local spotlight TBD.

Thursday, Sept. 16 • Electronic pop band Purity Ring, with Dawn Richard opening and a local spotlight on Oorb.

Tuesday, Sept. 21 • Rock band Portugal. The Man, with Japanese Breakfast opening and a local spotlight TBD.

Saturday, Sept. 25 • Alt-rock band Grouplove, with Blackstarkids opening and a local spotlight TBD.

Individual advance tickets are $10 for most shows; $15 for The Flaming Lips, Louis the Child and Noah Cyrus; and $20 for Death Cab for Cutie. Add $5 each for day-of-show tickets. VIP tickets, with a reserved section in front of the stage, are $50 each, except for The Flaming Lips ($75) and Noah Cyrus ($65). There’s also a season ticket, good for all 10 shows for $100 — or a VIP season pass, with reserved section, for $500.

Tickets go on sale starting Friday, April 30, at 10 a.m., at ogdentwilight.com. Service fees will be charged.