Here’s your guide to major summer concerts in Utah

Rock, country, pop, rap and more — from single shows to big festivals, along the Wasatch Front and beyond.

The summer concert season will be fast upon us, as acts of all musical genres bring their tours through Utah.

Some acts will fill up huge arenas, like the Vivint Arena — soon to restore its old name, the Delta Center. Others will play under the stars, at USANA Amphitheatre in West Valley City, Deer Valley in Park City, or Salt Lake City’s Red Butte Garden. Some will be part of concert series, like the Twilight shows in Salt Lake City and Ogden. And there are festivals, like Superbloom in Salt Lake City or the Fort Desolation Festival in Torrey.

Here’s a rundown, by venue, of the major concerts scheduled to play along the Wasatch Front — and a few other places — through the summer into the early fall. Enjoy the music.

(Kevin Mazur | Getty Images for Live Nation) Country superstar Shania Twain makes an entrance during the first stop of her 2023 concert tour, April 29, 2023, at Spokane Arena in Spokane, Wash. Twain is scheduled to perform May 24, 2023, at USANA Amphitheatre in West Valley City, Utah.

USANA Amphitheatre

5150 Upper Ridge Road, West Valley City. For ticket information, go to livenation.com.

Wednesday, May 24: Shania Twain, country star; opening act: Hailey Whitters.

Saturday, June 3: Matchbox Twenty, rock band; opening act: Matt Nathanson.

Tuesday, June 13: Garbage and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, alt-rock (co-headlining); opening act: Metric.

Wednesday, June 28: Charlie Puth, rock; opening act: Alexander Stewart.

Thursday, July 6: Nickelback, rock band; opening acts: Brantley Gilbert, Josh Ross.

Friday, July 7: Fall Out Boy, rock band; opening act: Bring Me the Horizon.

Sunday, July 9: Slightly Stoopid and Sublime With Rome, rock/reggae (co-headlining); opening acts: Atmosphere, The Movement.

Tuesday, July 11: Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa, rap (co-headlining); opening acts: Too $hort, Warren G, Berner, DJ Drama.

Thursday, July 13: Disturbed, metal band; opening acts: Breaking Benjamin, Jinjer.

Thursday, July 20: 3 Doors Down, rock band; opening act: Candlebox.

Tuesday, Aug. 1: Smashing Pumpkins, ‘90s rock/pop; opening acts: Stone Temple Pilots, Rival Sons.

Thursday, Aug. 3: The Offspring, rock band; opening acts: Simple Plan, Sum 41.

Friday, Aug. 4: Luke Bryan, country star; opening acts: Tyler Braden, Connor Smith, Alana Springsteen, DJ Rock.

Sunday, Aug. 6: Yellowcard, alt-rock; opening: Anberlin, Emo Night Brooklyn DJ.

Monday, Aug. 7: Ghost, metal; opening act: Amon Amarth.

Tuesday, Aug. 8: Foo Fighters, rock band; opening act: The Breeders.

Friday, Aug. 11: Dierks Bentley, country singer; opening act: Jordan Davis.

Wednesday, Aug. 16: Gobsmack and Staind, rock bands (co-headlining).

Friday, Aug. 18: Foreigner, ‘80s rock band; opening act: Loverboy.

Friday, Aug. 25: Mudvayne, heavy metal; opening acts: Coal Chamber, GWAR, Nonpoint, Butcher Babies.

Tuesday, Aug. 29: Pantera, metal; opening act: Lamb of God.

Saturday, Sept. 2: Jelly Roll, country/rock; opening acts: Chase Rice, Struggle Jennings, Josh Adam Myers.

Sunday, Sept. 3: The Lumineers, folk-rock; opening act: James Bay.

Friday, Sept. 22: Counting Crows, ‘90s rock; opening act: Dashboard Confessional.

Saturday, Sept. 23: Sting, rock (former frontman of The Police).

Saturday, Sept. 30: Avenged Sevenfold, heavy metal; opening act: Falling in Reverse.

Saturday, Oct. 14: Zac Brown Band, country; opening act: King Calaway.

Tuesday, Oct. 17: Shinedown, hard rock; opening acts: Papa Roach, Spiritbox.

(Live Nation) Pop-soul star Alicia Keys is scheduled to perform Friday, July 28, 2023, at Maverik Center in West Valley City.

Maverik Center

3200 S. Decker Lake Drive, West Valley City. For tickets and information, go to maverikcenter.com.

Saturday, June 3: Subtronics, EDM; opening acts: Mersiv, Wreckno, Notlo, Black Carl.

Sunday, June 11: The Doobie Brothers, classic rock.

Friday, July 7: Bryan Adams, classic rock; opening act: Joan Jett and the Blackhearts.

Wednesday, July 19: The Avett Brothers, folk-rock.

Friday, July 21: 50 Cent, rapper; opening acts: Busta Rhymes, Jeremih.

Friday, July 28: Alicia Keys, pop/soul.

Friday, Aug. 18: Eslabon Armado, Mexican quartet.

Tuesday, Oct. 10: Billy Strings, bluegrass.

Saturday, Oct. 14: Ryan Adams & The Cardinals, pop-rock.

Friday, Oct. 20: Hozier, folk-rock; opening act: Madison Cunningham.

(Sanctuary Records) Roots rocker Melissa Etheridge is scheduled to co-headline with Elle King on Monday, June 26, 2023, at Red Butte Garden in Salt Lake City.

Red Butte Garden

Red Butte Garden, 300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City. For ticket information, go to redbuttegarden.org/concerts.

Tuesday, May 23: Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade, jam band, with support from Fishbone. (Sold out.)

Sunday, June 11: Grace Potter, rock singer.

Tuesday, June 13: An evening with Gov’t Mule, Southern rock jam band.

Wednesday, June 14: Barenaked Ladies, Canadian pop-rock band known for “One Week” and other hits, with support from Semisonic and Del Amitri. (Sold out.)

Sunday, June 25: An evening with Cake, alt-rock band. (Sold out.)

Monday, June 26: Melissa Etheridge, roots rocker, and Elle King, country-rock singer. (Sold out.)

Monday, July 3: Red Butte veterans Indigo Girls, folk-rock duo, with full band; support from Garrison Starr. (Sold out.)

Saturday, July 8: Jason Isbell And the 400 Unit, country-rock act; support from Deer Tick. (Sold out.)

Sunday, July 9: Los Lobos, East L.A.-influenced rock; support from Ozomatli.

Tuesday, July 11: Blues Traveler, blues-rock band, and Big Head Todd and the Monsters, alt-rock band, co-headlining. (Sold out.)

Wednesday, July 12: Nickel Creek, bluegrass, with support from Monica Martin. (Sold out.)

Wednesday, July 19: Gary Clark Jr., blues guitarist and singer. (Sold out.)

Thursday, July 20: The Dead South, folk-bluegrass ensemble; support from Corb Lund. (Sold out.)

Sunday, July 23: Little Feat, southern rock band, with Leftover Salmon.

Tuesday, July 25: An evening with Diana Krall, jazz pianist and singer.

Thursday, July 27: The Wood Brothers, roots band; support from The Lil Smokies.

Monday, July 31: Train, pop-rock band known for “Hey Soul Sister”; support from Thunderstorm Artis.

Tuesday, Aug. 1: Los Lonely Boys, “Texican” rock ‘n’ roll band; support from Thee Sinseers and The Altons.

Thursday, Aug. 3: Andy Grammer, country-pop singer, known for \his track “Honey, I’m Good.”

Monday, Aug. 7: Amos Lee, folk-rock-soul singer-songwriter.

Tuesday, Aug. 8: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, jazz band, and Ziggy Marley, reggae singer, co-headlining; support from Mavis Staples.

Wednesday, Aug. 9: Watchhouse, folk duo (formerly Mandolin Orange), and The Tallest Man on Earth, indie-folk singer, co-headlining.

Tuesday, Aug. 15: Boz Scaggs, blues rocker, known for “Lido Shuffle.”

Monday, Aug. 21: Markéta Irglová and Glen Hansard of The Swell Season, Irish-Czech folk-rock (and stars/songwriters of the movie “Once”).

Monday, Aug. 28: Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, ‘80s rockers, known for “We Belong, " “Love Is a Battlefield,” etc.

Thursday, Sept. 7: The Revivalists, alt-rock band, and Band of Horses, indie folk-rock, co-headlining; support from The Heavy Heavy.

Sunday, Sept. 10: Fitz And The Tantrums, indie-pop band known for “HandClap”; support from Joshy Soul.

Monday, Sept. 11: Buddy Guy, blues guitarist and singer; support from Christone “Kingfish” Ingram.

Wednesday, Sept. 13: Herbie Hancock, jazz pianist and scratch pioneer.

Wednesday, Sept. 20: Goose, psychedelic jam band. (Sold out.)

(Atlantic Records) Rock band Paramore is scheduled to perform Thursday, July 27, 2023, at what will then be called the Delta Center in Salt Lake City.

Vivint Arena / Delta Center

301 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City. (The arena changes its name on July 1.) For tickets and information, go to vivintarena.com.

Wednesday, May 17: Andrea Bocelli, opera singer.

Saturday, June 3: Duran Duran, pop-rock band; opening acts: Nile Rodgers & Chic, Bastille.

Saturday, June 4: The Cure, pop-rock band.

Friday and Saturday, June 23-24: Tony Hawk’s Vert Alert, skateboarding tournament.

Thursday, July 13: Bert Kreischer’s Fully Loaded Comedy Festival, with Kreischer, Staros Halkias, Andrew Santino, Big Jay Oakerson and Ralph Barbosa.

Thursday, July 20: Dude Perfect, YouTube stars.

Thursday, July 27: Paramore, alt-rock band; opening acts: Foals, The Linda Lindas.

Wednesday, Aug. 2: Greta Van Fleet, glam rock; opening act: Kaleo.

Friday, Aug. 11: NF, rapper; opening act: Cordae.

Saturday, Aug. 12: Banda MS, Mexican banda; opening acts: Eden Muñoz, Los 2 De La S.

Monday, Aug. 14: Lil Baby, rapper; opening acts: The Kid LAROI, GloRilla, Gloss Up, Rylo Rodriguez, Hunxho.

Friday, Aug. 18: Carin León, Sonoran music.

Saturday, Aug. 19: Sam Smith, pop-soul; opening act: Jessie Reyez.

Wednesday, Sept. 20: Arctic Monkeys, rock band; opening act: fontainedc.

Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29-30: Nate Bargatze, stand-up comedy.

Friday, Oct. 13: Christian Nodal, “mariacheño” music.

Thursday, Oct. 19: SZA, Hip-hop.

(Kit Wood | J&R Adventures) Guitarist Joe Bonamassa is scheduled to perform August 5, 2023, at the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City.

Eccles Theater

131 S. Main, Salt Lake City. For tickets and information, go to live-at-the-eccles.com.

Friday, May 19: Johnny Mathis, legendary pop icon.

Saturday, May 20: Chris D’Elia, stand-up comedian.

Friday, June 9: Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, improv comedians.

Saturday, June 10: John Crist, stand-up comedian.

Tuesday, June 13: Ringo Starr and His All-Star Band, classic rock.

Wednesday, July 12: House of Cheer, cheerleading performance.

Wednesday and Thursday, July 26-27: Rain - A Tribute to The Beatles.

Sunday, July 30: Nurse Blake, stand-up comedian.

Wednesday, Aug. 2: Jinkx Monsoon, drag performer.

Saturday, Aug. 5: Joe Bonamassa, rock guitarist.

Saturday, Aug. 26: Kansas, classic rock band.

Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 29-30: Gregory Alan Isakov, folk-rock; opening act: Shovels & Ropes.

Friday, Sept. 29: Lewis Black, stand-up comedian.

Friday, Oct. 6: “Encanto” sing-along concert, screening Disney film with sing-along.

Saturday, Oct. 7: Taylor Tomlinson, stand-up comedian.

Wednesday, Oct. 11: Derek Hough, dance performance, featuring Hayley Erbert.

(Joanne Davidson | Lionsgate) Musician and actor Rina Sawayama, seen here at the March 6, 2023, London gala screening of "John Wick: Chapter 4," is scheduled to perform in Salt Lake City on Sept. 22, 2023, in the final concert of the Twilight Concert Series.

Twilight Concert Series

Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main St., Salt Lake City. Tickets available at 24Tix.com; season passes are sold out. Go to saltlakearts.org/twilightconcertseries for more information.

Friday, June 2: L.A.-based indie rock band Lord Huron will headline, with singer-songwriter Allie Crow Buckley and Provo artist Little Moon opening. (Sold out.)

Friday, June 9: Rock band Death Cab for Cutie; opening acts are Austin artist Lomelda and 26Fix. (Sold out.)

Saturday, July 15: Minnesota-based bluegrass band Trampled By Turtles; singer-songwriter Amigo the Devil and local artist Rachael Jenkins as opening acts.

Friday, Aug. 4: Beloved indie-folk band The Head and the Heart and American songwriter Father John Misty will co-headline, with singer-songwriter Miya Folick as the opening act. (Sold out.)

Thursday, Aug. 10: Nashville singer-songwriter Sophie Allison, who performs under the name Soccer Mommy; Blue Rain Boots and another act to be announced will open.

Friday, Sept. 22: Japanese-British musician and actor Rina Sawayama; Utah artist Anais Chantal and another act to be announced are the openers.

(Graham Tolbert | Loma Vista Records) The electronic duo Sylvan Esso is scheduled to perform at Ogden Amphitheater on August 22, 2023, as part of the Ogden Twilight Concert Series.

Ogden Twilight Concert Series

Ogden Amphitheater, 343 E. 25th St., Ogden. Tickets available at 24tix.com. Go to OgdenTwilight.com for more information.

Sunday, June 30: Kaskade, once voted “America’s Best DJ” by DJ Times.

Wednesday, Aug. 9: Indie folk artist Bon Iver will perform. (Sold out.)

Monday, Aug. 14: Beck, an artist that spans genres, will play a special acoustic evening. (Sold out.)

Tuesday, Aug. 22: Catch electronic duo Sylvan Esso, as part of their No Rules Tour.

Wednesday, Aug. 23: Dream-pop band Cigarettes After Sex. (Sold out.)

Saturday, Aug. 26: Ogden Twilight veterans The Flaming Lips return, with a local spotlight on artist Grandprix.

Thursday, Aug. 31: Phantogram, an electronic dream-pop duo from New York.

Wednesday, Sept. 6: Noah Cyrus is another Ogden Twilight veteran, and has made quite the name for herself outside her older sister Miley’s stardom. Her show will also feature Australian singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin and local artist Beeson.

Monday, Sept. 25: Norwegian rock duo Röyksopp.

(Nathan Thoen | Thirty Tigers) Michael Franti and his band, Spearhead, is scheduled to perform August 11, 2023, at the Snow Park Amphitheater at Deer Valley in Park City.

Deer Valley

Snow Park Amphitheater, 2250 Deer Valley Drive South, Park City. For tickets and information, go to deervalley.com.

Thursday, July 13: Old Crow Medicine Show, folk/bluegrass.

Sunday, July 16: Caamp, folk band.

Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 5-6: Greensky Bluegrass, neo-bluegrass.

Friday, Aug. 11: Michael Franti & Spearhead, rock-reggae; opening act: Soja.

Saturday, Sept. 2: Kenny Loggins, classic rock/pop.

(Lera Pentelute | Matador Records) Alt-pop supergroup boygenius — made up of Phoebe Bridgers, Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus, from left — is scheduled to perform at Library Square in Salt Lake City on August 3, 2023.

Festivals, etc.

Friday-Sunday, June 2-4: The Ogden Music Festival, featuring Dan Tyminsky Band, Thee Sacred Souls, Danielle Ponder, John Craigie, Della Mae, Miko Marks, Los Texmaniacs (featuring La Marisoul), Pixie & the PartyGrass Boys, Chatham Rabbits, National Park Radio, Kate MacLeod, The West Road and Pompe ‘n Honey. The location is at what the festival calls “Fort BDO,” at 600 N. Depot Drive (moved from Fort Buenaventura, because of flooding concerns.) Tickets and information at ofoam.org.

Thursday-Saturday, June 8-10: Fort Desolation Festival, featuring Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, Shakey Graves, The White Buffalo, Morgan Wade, Houndmouth, Jamestown Revival, Madison Cunningham, The Brothers Comatose, Parker Millsap, Pixie & The Partygrass Boys. Cougar Ridge Resort, Torrey. Tickets and information available at fortdesolation.com.

Saturday, July 1: Stadium of Fire, with headliner Journey, the classic rock band. LaVell Edwards Stadium, Brigham Young University campus, Provo. Tickets and information at at freedomfestival.org.

Wednesday-Saturday, July 26-29: Country Fan Fest, with headliners Sawyer Brown, Parker McCollum, Cody Johnson and Hardy; other acts include Scotty McCreery, Priscilla Block, Spencer Crandall, Madeline Edwards, Ashley McBryde, Randall King, Shane Profitt, George Birge, Ian Munsick, Ernest, John Morgan, Kylie Morgan, Carver Lewis, Jagertown. Deseret Peaks, Tooele. Tickets and information available at countryfanfest.com.

Thursday, Aug. 3: Boygenius, indie-pop supergroup (made up of Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker); opening act: Illuminati Hotties. Library Square, 200 E. 400 South, Salt Lake City. Sold out; resale tickets available at 24Tix.com.

Saturday, Aug. 26: Mind the Gap Festival, headlined by Beach Bunny and Yaeji; other acts: Sales, Orion Sun, Destroy Boys, Jadu Heart, Hemlocke Strings, renforshort, Boyish, Addison Grace, Hannah Jadagu, Bel, Maita, Cheap Perfume, Stella Standingbear, 26fix, Drusky. The Gateway, 10 N. Rio Grande St., Salt Lake City. Tickets and information available at mindthegapfestival.com.

Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 7-9: Park City Song Summit, with a variety of performers (including Bob Weir, Joy Oladokun, Grandmaster Flash, Chuck D, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, Celisse, Cimafunk, and more). Canyons Village, Park City. Go to parkcitysongsummit.com for tickets and information.

Saturday, Sept. 23: Superbloom Music Festival, with headliners JP Saxe and The National Parks; other acts: Matt Maeson, Sego, Cardinal Bloom, Goldmyth, Jordan Moyes, Harpers, 26Fix, Cactus Tree. Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main, Salt Lake City. Tickets and information available at superbloomfest.com.