Making up for last year’s lost summer, Red Butte Garden is planning to cram 22 concerts into 63 days in its 2021 outdoor concert series.
The line-up, announced Tuesday, includes a little of everything: Classic rock, current rock, pop, country, funk, jazz, folk, gospel, reggae hip-hop, bluegrass, psychedelic soul and flamenco guitar.
Tickets go on sale on the garden website — redbuttegarden.org/concerts — to Red Butte Garden members on Monday, June 21, and to the general public a week later, on Monday, June 28.
Ticket prices for the public range from $40 to $97, depending on the performer. The most expensive ticket this summer is to hear British singer Roger Daltrey, best known as the frontman for The Who.
Shows tend to sell out fast, so if there’s a performer you particularly want to see, a garden membership may be worth the expense.
Red Butte Garden is at 300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City — on the east edge of the University of Utah campus. The amphitheater seats about 3,000.
Here is the line-up of all 22 concerts:
Wednesday, Aug. 4 • Mat Kearney, folk-rock musician. Tickets are $38 for members, $43 for the public.
Friday, Aug. 6 • Travis Tritt, country superstar. Tickets are $45 for members, $50 for the public.
Tuesday, Aug. 10 • 38 Special, classic Southern rock band. Tickets are $42 for members, $47 for the public.
Thursday, Aug. 19 • Watchhouse, folk duo (formerly known as Mandolin Orange). Tickets are $38 for members, $43 for the public.
Thursday, Aug. 26 • Counting Crows, alt-rock/jangle pop band, on its “Butter Miracle Tour 2021.” Tickets are $90 for members, $95 for the public.
Sunday, Aug. 29 • Neko Case, indie-rock musician. Tickets are $38 for members, $43 for the public.
Sunday, Sept. 5 • Rodrigo y Gabriela, eclectic flamenco guitar duo, with opening act David Keenan. Tickets are $46 for members, $51 for the public.
Sunday, Sept. 12 • Kenny Loggins, pop-rock legend. Tickets are $80 for members, $85 for the public.
Tuesday, Sept. 14 • Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, country-rock band. Tickets are $38 for members, $43 for the public.
Thursday, Sept. 16 • Michael Franti & Spearhead, reggae/hip-hop/funk band. Tickets are $64 for members, $69 for the public.
Wednesday, Sept. 22 • Billy Strings, bluegrass musician. Tickets are $37 for members, $42 for the public.
Thursday, Sept. 23 • Khruangbin, psychedelic-soul band. Tickets are $43 for members, $47 for the public.
Wednesday, Sept. 29 • JJ Grey & Mofro, Southern blues/rock band. Tickets are 35 for members, $40 for the public.
Thursday, Sept. 30 • Emmylou Harris, country-folk legend. Tickets are $53 for members, $58 for the public.