Here’s how to catch the big concerts in Utah this summer

From the Delta Center to the renamed Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre, from a festival in Torrey to shows outdoors in Park City, these are the major shows of summer 2024.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) People enjoy a concert at Red Butte Garden on Wednesday, May 18, 2022. The summer concert season in Utah is offering nearly 200 different shows.

Somehow music sounds different under the stars — particularly in Utah, where venues are sometimes nestled among the mountains, allowing the rhythms to reverberate and the melodies to linger in the thin summer air.

The summer of 2024 promises a full plate of musical offerings — from the wide-open spaces of the recently renamed Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre and the venerable Red Butte Garden to the indoor venues of the Delta Center and Maverik Center. Some shows are part of concert series, like the Twilight offerings in both Salt Lake City and Ogden, or festivals ranging from Fort Desolation in Torrey to the Country Fan Fest in Tooele.

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. It’s nearly 200 shows in all. Enjoy the music.

(Eric Ray Davidson | KidInACorner/Interscope) Imagine Dragons is scheduled to perform Oct. 11 and 12, 2024, at Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre in West Valley City.

Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre

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

Thursday, May 30 • Country duo Brooks & Dunn, with David Lee Murphy and Ernest opening.

Friday, May 31 • Folk-rock legend James Taylor.

Wednesday, June 5 • Rock icons Red Hot Chili Peppers, with Kid Cudi and IRONTOM opening.

Thursday, June 6 • Pop-folk singer Sarah MacLachlan, with Feist opening.

Friday, June 14 • Pop legend Janet Jackson, with Nelly opening.

Thursday, June 20 • Indie rock band Cage the Elephant, with Young the Giant and Bakar supporting.

Tuesday, June 25 • Rock band Third Eye Blind, with Yellowcard and Arizona supporting.

Wednesday, June 26 • Classic rock bands Foreigner and Styx, with John Waite opening.

Saturday, June 29 • ‘80s pop stars New Kids on the Block, with Paula Abdul and D.J. Jazzy Jeff supporting.

Tuesday, July 9 • Americana/folk singer Noah Kahan, with Jensen McRae opening.

Thursday, July 11 • Pop-rock band Hootie and the Blowfish, with Collective Soul and Edwin McCain supporting.

Thursday, July 18 • “Barbie: The Movie” in concert, featuring Macy Schmidt and the Barbie Land Sinfonietta.

Saturday, July 20 • Pop singer Niall Horan.

Sunday, July 21 • Rock band A Day to Remember, with opening acts The Story So Far, Four Year Strong and Scowl.

Monday, July 29 • Rock legends Neil Young & Crazy Horse.

Tuesday, July 30 • Indie rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars, with support from AFI, Poppy and KennyHoopla.

Wednesday, July 31 • Rock band Bush, with support from Jerry Cantrell, Candlebox and Tim Montana.

Thursday, August 1 • Pop-rock singer Alanis Morissette, with support from Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and Morgan Wade.

Saturday, August 3 • Country singer Sam Hunt, with Russell Dickerson and George Birge supporting.

Thursday, August 15 • Reggae/hip-hop bands Slightly Stoopid and Dirty Heads co-headline, with support from Common Kings and The Elovaters.

Friday, August 16 • The Australian Pink Floyd Show, tribute act.

Sunday, August 18 • Rock band Limp Bizkit, with support from Bones, N8noface, Corey Feldman and Riff Raff.

Tuesday, August 20 • Americana/folk musician Tyler Childers, with support from Shakey Graves and Bella White.

Wednesday, August 21 • Classic rock bands Santana and Counting Crows co-headline.

Thursday, August 22 • Hard-rock legends Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper co-headline on the “Freaks on Parade” tour, with support from Ministry and Filter.

Saturday, August 24 • Three alt-rock co-headliners: Blue October, Switchfoot and Matt Nathanson (who rotate the order with each show).

Sunday, August 25 • Rock band Falling in Reverse, with support from Black Veil Brides, Dance Gavin Dance, Tech N9ne and Nathan James.

Thursday, August 29 • Pop-rock bands Train and REO Speedwagon co-headline, with Yacht Rock Revue opening.

Friday, August 30 • Classic pop-rock band The Doobie Brothers, with Steve Winwood opening.

Saturday, August 31 • Folk-rock musician Hozier, with Allison Russell opening.

Thursday, September 5 • Alt-rock band Glass Animals, with Eyedress opening.

Friday, September 6 • Rock band Creed, with 3 Doors Down and Finger Eleven supporting.

Saturday, September 7 • Country singer Jason Aldean, with Hailey Whitters opening.

Tuesday, September 10 • Classic rock band Def Leppard, with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening opening.

Friday, September 13 • Country singer Lainey Wilson, with Jackson Dean and Zach Top supporting.

Friday, September 20 • Country duo Dan + Shay, with Jake Owen and Dylan Marlowe supporting.

Wednesday, September 25 • Hip-hop/R&B star Pitbull, with T-Pain opening.

Thursday, September 26 • Southern rock legends ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd.

Saturday, October 5 • Rock bands Breaking Benjamin and Staind co-headline, with support from Daughtry and Lakeview.

Friday-Saturday, October 11-12 • Arena-rock band Imagine Dragons.

Friday, October 18 • Electro-house musician Porter Robinson, with ericdoa opening.

(Courtesy Red Butte Garden) Roots-rock legend Melissa Etheridge is scheduled to co-headline with Jewel at Salt Lake City's Red Butte Garden on Monday, July 29, 2024.

Red Butte Garden

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

Tuesday, June 4 • Jamaican reggae musician Burning Spear and Australian singer-songwriter Xavier Rudd.

Thursday, June 13 • American jam band Umphrey’s McGee will perform, with support from Nashville singer-songwriter Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country.

Monday, June 17 • Icelandic rock band KALEO, with pop-folk musician Vincent Lima opening.

Wednesday, June 19 • Folk-pop artist Mat Kearney will play, with support from “laid back grooves” artist Donavon Frankenreiter.

Wednesday, June 26 • American jam band The String Cheese Incident.

Sunday, July 7 • Blues-rock band Blues Traveler and Southern soul rock band JJ Grey & Mofro will co-headline.

Wednesday, July 10 • Country singer Lyle Lovett and His Large Band.

Sunday, July 14 • Rock band Portugal. The Man headlines; rock band Spoon Benders is opening.

Monday, July 15 • New Orleans rock band The Revivalists, with support from American folk band Hiss Golden Messenger.

Tuesday, July 16 • Slash presents the S.E.R.P.E.N.T. Festival, featuring Keb’ Mo’, Samantha Fish and Jackie Venson. This is a tour put together by the Guns N’Roses guitarist to celebrate the blues.

Tuesday, July 23 • Indie band Lake Street Dive, with support from R&B and soul singer Celisse.

Thursday, July 25 • Genre fusion artist Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, with rapper Big Boi in support.

Monday, July 29 • American singer-songwriters Melissa Etheridge and Jewel will co-headline.

Wednesday, July 31 • Rock couple Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, with support from pop/soul/rock band The Vindys.

Monday, August 5 • Retro-rock band Stray Cats, with support from New Wave country band The Midnight Cowgirls.

Tuesday, August 6 • Americana and country singer-songwriter Charley Crockett.

Sunday, August 11 • Blues guitarist Gary Clark Jr.

Thursday, August 15 • “Progressive bluegrass” group Yonder Mountain String Band, Americana band Railroad Earth and jam band Leftover Salmon share the bill.

Friday, August 16 • Rock band O.A.R. headlines, with support from pop band Fitz and the Tantrums.

Sunday, August 18 • Legendary surf-rock band The Beach Boys.

Monday, August 19 • Blues, folk, country and rock artist Shakey Graves.

Tuesday, August 20 • Catalan band The Gipsy Kings featuring Nicolas Reyes.

Tuesday, August 27 • Genre-crossing band Pink Martini featuring China Forbes.

Thursday, September 5 • Los Angeles rock band The Airborne Toxic Event.

Sunday, September 8 • East Sussex alternative rock band KEANE.

Monday, September 9 • Cuban music group Buena Vista Social Orchestra.

Thursday, September 12 • Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy headlines, with support from Boston folk-pop group Tiny Habits.

Tuesday, September 17 • Folk-rock duo Indigo Girls and American singer-songwriter Amos Lee co-headline.

Wednesday, September 18 • Australian/New Zealand rock band Crowded House.

Tuesday, September 24 • Mexican acoustic guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela.

(David Black | Dead Oceans) The band Khruangbin is scheduled to perform August 24, 2024, at Granary Live in Salt Lake City.)

Granary Live

The outdoor venue in Salt Lake City’s Granary district, at 742 S. 500 West.

Tuesday, June 18 • Alt-rock bands Mother Mother and Cavetown co-headline, with Destroy Boys opening.

Friday, June 21 • The “Country Music Cookout,” headlined by Pecos and the Rooftops, with support from Giovannie and the Hired Guns, Colby Acuff, Kenny Feidler and Dan Spencer.

Saturday, June 22 • Reggae band The Movement, with Aurorawave opening.

Sunday, June 23 • Rock bands Hawthorne Heights, I See Stars and Anberlin co-headline on the “20 Years of Tears” tour, with support from Armor for Sleep, Emery and This Wild Life.

Friday, June 28 • DJ/producer Alesso, with Joshwa opening.

Friday, July 19 • Soul/hip-hop band The Roots.

Saturday, August 10 • Country singer-songwriters Billy Currington and Kip Moore co-headline, with Randall King opening.

Tuesday, August 13 • Indie-rock band Mt. Joy.

Saturday, August 17 • Reggae/pop group Iration and reggae-rock band Pepper co-headline, with Denm and Artikal Sound System supporting.

Friday, August 23 • Pacific Island reggae musician Kolohe Kai, with Iam Tongi, Hirie and Sammy J supporting.

Saturday, August 24 • Global pop band Khruangbin, with Peter Cat Recording Co. opening.

Sunday, September 29 • Indie-rock bands The National and The War on Drugs co-headline, with Lucius opening.

Tuesday, October 8 • Indie-pop band Goth Babe, with Utah’s own The Aces opening.

Thursday, October 10 • Indie-pop performer Still Woozy, with Gus Dapperton and PawPaw Rod supporting.

(Jody Domingue | Columbia Records) Country-rock musician Koe Wetzel is scheduled to perform August 9, 2024, at Sandy Amphitheater in Sandy.

Sandy Amphitheater

Under the stars at 1300 E. 9400 South in Sandy. For tickets and information, go to sandyamp.com.

Thursday, June 20 • Americana string band Old Crow Medicine Show.

Saturday, June 29 • The Magic of Queen, a tribute band.

Wednesday, July 10 • Bluegrass band Nickel Creek and indie-rock artist Andrew Bird, with Haley Heynderickx opening.

Thursday, July 11 • Direct From Sweden: The Music of ABBA, a tribute band.

Wednesday, July 24 • Indie-rock band The Decemberists, with Ratboys opening.

Thursday, July 25 • Pop/jazz/folk musician Norah Jones, with Hurray for the Riff Raff opening.

Thursday, August 1 • ‘70s pop legends Air Supply.

Saturday, August 3 • Comedian Demetri Martin.

Friday, August 9 • Country-rock musician Koe Wetzel, with Kolby Cooper and Kat Hasty supporting.

Saturday, August 10 • Hotel California, an Eagles tribute band.

Wednesday, August 14 • Country-pop singer Walker Hayes, with Kylie Morgan opening.

Friday-Saturday, August 16-17 • New Wave acts Howard Jones and ABC co-headline, with Haircut 100 opening.

Thursday-Saturday, September 5-7 • The Piano Guys, Utah-based piano/cello duo.

Saturday, September 14 • Utah folk-pop band The National Parks.

Wednesday, September 25 • Country legend Wynonna Judd.

(Ebru Yildiz | Partisan Records) Greg Gonzalez, leader of the indie-pop band Cigarettes After Sex, which is scheduled to perform October 3, 2024, at Delta Center in Salt Lake City.

Delta Center

301 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City. For tickets and information, go to deltacenter.com.

Monday, May 27 • Rock legend Stevie Nicks.

Saturday, June 29 • Comedian Kevin James.

Thursday, July 11 • Rock band Blink-182, with opening act Pierce the Veil.

Tuesday-Wednesday, July 16-17 • Alt-rock band AJR.

Saturday, July 20 • Bachata act Aventura.

Wednesday, July 31 • Pop singer Olivia Rodrigo, with opening act PinkPantheress.

Sunday, August 11 • Mexican musician Peso Pluma.

Sunday, August 18 • Indie-rock band Twenty-One Pilots.

Wednesday, August 21 • Rap act $uicideboy$, sharing the bill with Pouya, Haarper, Shakewell, Ekkstacy.

Sunday, August 25 • Mexican party-music band Grupo Firme.

Tuesday, August 27 • Country star Jelly Roll, with opening acts Warren Zeiders and Alexandra Kay.

Wednesday, August 28 • Rap acts Future and Metro Boomin.

Saturday, August 31 • Puerto Rican singer Chayanne.

Friday, September 6 • Regional Mexican act Fuerza Regida.

Saturday, September 14 • Rap act Childish Gambino (the performance name of Donald Glover), with opening act Willow.

Friday-Sunday, September 27-29 • Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, circus performance.

Wednesday, October 2 • The Christian ministry Elevation Worship.

Thursday, October 3 • Indie-pop band Cigarettes After Sex.

Sunday, October 13 • Hard rock band Korn, with Gojira and Spiritbox supporting.

Friday, October 18 • Metal band Iron Maiden, with opening act The Hu.

(Ashley Obsorne | Concord Records) Pop-electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling is scheduled to perform July 15, 2024, at the Maverik Center in West Valley City.

Maverik Center

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

Friday, June 7 • Brit Floyd, Pink Floyd tribute act.

Thursday, June 13 • Mexican bands Caifanes and Café Tacvba.

Saturday, July 15 • Pop-electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling, with opening act Walk Off the Earth.

Sunday, June 30 • Comedian Theo Von.

Thursday-Friday, August 1-2 • Mexican Grupera band Los Temerarios.

Friday, August 16 • R&B singer and rapper Jhené Aiko, with support from Coi Leray, Tink, Umi and Kiana Ledé.

Saturday, August 17 • Metal bands Megadeth and Mudvayne, with opening act All That Remains.

Saturday, August 31 • Mexican pop singer Gloria Trevi.

Friday, September 13 • Musica Mexicana band Grupo Frontera.

Friday, September 20 • Legendary rock bands Heart and Cheap Trick.

Saturday, September 21 • Norteño band Los Tigres del Norte.

Monday, September 23 • “Gold Over America” tour, gymnastics exhibition featuring Simone Biles.

Thursday, October 17 • Christian rock musician Zach Williams, with support from Cain, Matt Maher and Ben Fuller.

Friday, October 18 • Comedian Gabriel Iglesias.

(Simon Emmett | Sony Music Masterworks) Pop-classical cellist Hauser is scheduled to perform at Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City on June 21, 2024.

Eccles Theater

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

Thursday, May 30 • Comedian Hasan Minhaj.

Friday, May 31 • “Sesame Street Live!,” children’s stage show.

Saturday, June 1 • Comedian Leanne Morgan.

Sunday, June 9 • Mexican pop-rock act Reik.

Friday, June 21 • Pop cellist Hauser.

Tuesday-Wednesday, July 16-17 • Broadway star and pop singer Ben Platt, with opening act Brandy Clark.

Thursday, July 18 • Pop-classical group Il Divo.

Thursday-Sunday, September 26-28 • “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” a concert version of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

Tuesday, October 15 • Folk singer A.J. Croce, performing songs of his father, Jim Croce.

Wednesday-Sunday, October 23-27 • Comedian Jim Gaffigan, performing six shows in five nights.

(Ebru Yildiz via Salt Lake City Arts Council) R&B/soul band Thee Sacred Souls is scheduled to perform June 27, 2024, at Salt Lake City's Gallivan Center, as part 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 21 • Icelandic singer-songwriter Laufey, with support from Grace Enger and Utah artist Anna Beck.

Thursday, June 27 • Soul band Thee Sacred Souls, with The Mañanas and Utah jazz artist Jazzy Olivo as opening acts.

Friday, July 19 • Folk duo Watchhouse, with support from Branson Anderson and another artist yet to be determined.

Wednesday, August 7 • British dance music project Jungle, with support from Balthys and local band The Plastic Cherries.

Friday, August 16 • Indie pop group The Marías will headline (at Library Square, 200 E. 400 South, Salt Lake City), along with Automatic and Salt Lake City band Homephone.

Wednesday, August 21 • Indie singer-songwriter Alex G, with support from julie and local artist Cannibal Queen.

(ESL Music) The dance/electronic duo Thievery Corporation is scheduled to perform Thursday, August 29, at the Ogden Amphitheater, 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.

Saturday, June 22 • Indie-pop band Cannons, with Washed Out opening.

Friday, July 5 • Dance/electronic musician Ben Böhmer, with Tinlicker opening.

Saturday, July 6 • Dance/electronic producer Diplo, with Gioli & Assia opening.

Thursday, August 8 • Hip-hop acts Killer Mike & The Mighty Midnight Revival and Hippo Campus co-headline.

Wednesday, August 14 • Alt-pop icon St. Vincent, with Eartheater opening.

Friday, August 23 • Indie-pop band Alvvays, with The Beths opening.

Thursday, August 29 • Dance/electronic act Thievery Corporation, with Dirtwire opening.

Friday, September 6 • Indie rock band Broken Social Scene.

Friday, September 13 • Dance/electronic act Tycho.

(Wayne Rodesh | Thirty Tigers) Rock/soul/reggae musician Michael Franti and his band, Spearhead, are scheduled to perform Wednesday, July 31, 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.

Saturday, July 13 • Country-rock band Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, with Adeem the Artist opening.

Sunday, July 14 • Reggae icon Ziggy Marley, with Lettuce opening.

Wednesday, July 31 • Rock/soul/reggae act Michael Franti & Spearhead, with Citizen Cope and Bombargo supporting.

Saturday, August 10 • Folk-bluegrass band The Dead South, with The Builders and the Butchers opening.

Thursday, August 29 • Folk musician Gregory Alan Isakov, with Josiah and the Bonnevilles opening.

(Jason Quigley | Yep Roc) Jam band Blitzen Trapper sits for a photo in a house in their hometown of Portland, Oregon. The band is scheduled to perform Tuesday, July 9, at the Canyons Village in Park City.

Concerts on the Slopes

The annual series in Park City, presented by the Park City Institute, this year held at Canyons Village, 4000 Canyons Resort Dr., Park City.

Tuesday, July 9 • Country-funk jam band Blitzen Trapper.

Friday, July 12 • Classic pop band Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, with Taylor Dayne opening.

Friday, July 19 • Reggae-pop band UB40, with Inner Circle and Maxi Priest supporting.

Saturday, July 20 • “Lead Singers of Classic Rock,” featuring Jason Scheff (of Chicago) and Tommy DeCarlo (of Boston).

Wednesday, July 24 • Country singer Randy Houser.

Friday, August 2 • Rock band Guster.

Saturday, August 10 • Classic jam band Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

Sunday, August 11 • Alt-rock band Spoon.

Friday, August 23 • Alt-pop/dream-rock act Aly & AJ.

Saturday, August 24 • Country/gospel singer Josh Turner.

Friday, August 30 • The “I Love the ‘90s” tour, with rap, hip-hop and R&B stars All-4-One, Rob Base, Tone Loc, Color Me Badd and Young MC.

Saturday, August 31 • Country singer Sara Evans.

(Jesse Lirola | ATO Records) Black Pumas are scheduled to perform at the Fort Desolation Festival, which happens at Cougar Ridge Resort in Torrey, June 6-8, 2024.

Music festivals

Friday-Sunday, May 31-June 2 • The Ogden Music Festival, featuring Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Sarah Jarosz, Celisse, Hayes Carll, Say She She, Las Cafeteras, Pixie & The Partygrass Boys, Twisted Pine, The Slocan Ramblers, Wyatt Ellis, Josie O and The Big Six, and Mariachi Aguilas de la Esperanza. The location is back at Fort Buenaventura, 2450 A Ave., Ogden. Tickets and information at ofoam.org.

Thursday-Saturday, June 6-8 • Fort Desolation Festival, featuring Black Pumas, Sierra Ferrell, Paul Cauthen, The Record Company, The Lil Smokies, Jamie Wyatt, Pokey LaFarge, Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Olivia Wolf and Cory Mon. Cougar Ridge Resort, Torrey. Tickets and information available at fortdesolation.com.

Friday-Saturday, June 7-8Fork Fest, celebrating Utah-grown music, is headlined this year by Dallon Weekes’ musical project I Don’t Know How But They Found Me — aka iDKHOW — finishing up Saturday’s day of performances. Topping Friday night’s lineup is Book on Tape Worm, with Joshua James and Julianne Brough (singing The Carpenters), Flannel Graph, John Allred, and Libbie Linton (of Mideau). Also performing Saturday: The New Electric Sound, Cardinal Bloom, Ryan Innes, Beeson, Paige Fish, The Happy Return, Seaslak, Local Kin, Poolhouse, Ferrin, Drusky, The Lovestrange, Dune Moss, Liam Lars, Orcamino, Ashley Hess, Dawson Wayne, Elleigh Marie Francom, Ben Reneer, Jake Ruplinger and Rachel James. Art Dye Park, 1200 N. 550 East, American Fork. Go to forkfest.org for tickets and details.

Friday-Saturday, June 14-15 • The Utah Blues Festival, featuring Tab Benoit, Annika Chambers & Paul Deslauiers, and Larry McCray on Friday (running from 5 to 10 p.m.); and Southern Avenue, Sue Foley, D.K. Harrell, Cash Box Kings, Dennis Jones and the UBF Youth Blues Band on Saturday (from noon to 10 p.m.); Mitch Woods plays the aftershow at Club 88 both nights. Gallivan Center, 239 S. Main St., Salt Lake City. For tickets and information, go to utahluesfest.org.

Friday-Sunday, June 28-30 • The Utah Arts Festival, featuring all media of art — visual, dance, music, spoken word and more. The national music headliners are: Steely Dead and Seo Jungmin on Friday; Andy Frasco & The U.N. and Cool Cool Cool on Saturday; and Utah bands future.exboyfriend and The Plastic Cherries on Sunday. Library Square, 200 E. 400 South, Salt Lake City. Go to uaf.org for tickets and information.

Wednesday-Saturday, July 24-27 • Country Fan Fest, with headliners Riley Green, Bailey Zimmerman, Jon Pardi, Chase Rice, Tracy Lawrence, Neal McCoy, 49 Winchester, Aaron Watson, Corey Kent, Wyatt Flores, Ella Langley, Carter Faith and Stephen Wilson Jr. Deseret Peak Complex, 2930 Utah Highway 112, Grantsville. Tickets and information available at countryfanfest.com.

Thursday-Saturday, August 15-17 • Park City Song Summit, with a variety of performers (including Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, My Morning Jacket, Mavis Staples, Larkin Poe, Eric Krasno & Friends, Cimafunk, Ivan Neville and Anders Osborne). Canyons Village and other locations, Park City. Go to parkcitysongsummit.com for tickets and information.

(Republic Records) Pop icons The Jonas Brothers are scheduled to headline at Stadium of Fire, at LaVell Edwards Stadium at Brigham Young University in Provo on July 4, 2024.

Other big shows

Friday-Saturday, June 7-8 • Country star Luke Combs headlines; Friday’s bill includes Cody Jinks, Charles Wesley Godwin, Hailey Whitters and The Wilder Blue; Saturday’s lineup features Jordan Davis, Mitchell Tenpenny, Drew Parker and Colby Acuff. Both shows at Rice-Eccles Stadium, 451 S. 1400 East, Salt Lake City, on the University of Utah campus. Tickets available at TicketMaster.com.

Saturday, June 29 • Country stars George Strait and Chris Stapleton co-headline, with Little Big Town opening. Rice-Eccles Stadium, 451 S. 1400 East, Salt Lake City, on the University of Utah campus. Tickets available at TicketMaster.com.

Thursday, July 4 • Stadium of Fire, with the boy-band trio Jonas Brothers headlining. LaVell Edwards Stadium, Brigham Young University campus, Provo. Tickets and information at at freedomfestival.org.

Tuesday, July 16 • Country star Kenny Chesney, with support from Megan Moroney and Uncle Kracker, at America First Field, 9256 S. State St., Sandy. Tickets available at seatgeek.com.

Thursday, August 8 • Comedian Jerry Seinfeld, at Abravanel Hall, 123 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City. Tickets available at saltlakecountyarts.org.

Friday-Sunday, September 27-29 • The Love Letters Music Festival is a new music event designed to celebrate indie pop, put on by S&S Presents (the same booking company responsible for the Kilby Court Block Party). Headlining the roster of 59 artists — a mix of local acts and nationally known performers — will be Joji, Quinn XCII, Ashnikko, Lauv, Suki Waterhouse and Nessa Barrett. Library Square, 210 E. 400 South, Salt Lake City. Go to lovelettersfest.com for tickets and details.

Friday, September 27 • Celtic Thunder, the Celtic-themed music group; at Capitol Theatre, 50 W. 200 South, Salt Lake City. Tickets available at live-at-the-eccles.com.

Saturday, October 12 • Comedian Wanda Sykes, at Abravanel Hall, 123 W. South Temple, Salt Lake City. Tickets available at saltlakecountyarts.org.