As the summer music schedule in Utah continues to fill out, it seems one of the best line-ups — the Ogden Twilight Concert Series — has been saved for last.
The series — following its sister program in Salt Lake City, the Twilight Concert Series — takes place in the Ogden Amphitheater in downtown Ogden, and kicks off with one show in June, and nine more between August 4 and October 1.
Season tickets are now on sale at 24tix.com. Individual show tickets will be on sale Monday, March 21, at 10 a.m. Mountain time.
August 6 • The headliners for this date are not yet announced.
August 9 • The National — the alt-rock band comprised of Matt Berninger, brothers Aaron and Bryce Dessner (who wrote the songs for the movie “Cyrano”), and brothers Scott and Bryan Devendorf — are the headliners. Alternative artist Bartees Strange is also on the bill.
August 25 • Beach House, the popular indie-rock band, is the headliner. Opening acts to be announced.
August 30 • Alt-rock band Modest Mouse, based in Portland, Ore., headlines. Opening acts to be announced.
September 7 • Pop artist Lauv (real name Ari Staprans Leff), who is best known for his 2017 single “I Like Me Better,” as well as working as a producer for pop artists (including Charli XCX and Demi Lovato) and releasing his first album, “How I’m Feeling,” in 2020. Opening acts to be announced.
September 17 • Is it really a festival without one dance/electronic artist? Flume, from Australia, fits the bill quite well. He will be joined by DJ Kareem Ali and a spotlight for artist Quiet Bison.
September 22 • Rounding out the currently booked artists are CHVRCHES, a Scottish synth-pop band. Opening acts to be announced.
October 1 • The headliners for this date are not yet announced.