The Ogden Twilight Concert Series is coming back to Ogden Amphitheater this summer — with a lineup of 10 shows featuring such headliners as Beck, M83, Bon Iver and Noah Cyrus.
The bad news is that three of the 10 shows, announced before the full slate’s unveiling on Thursday, are already sold out. The rest may well sell out Friday, when the rest of the tickets go on sale at 10 a.m.
The Ogden concert series, which started in 2015, has a reputation for bringing big names to northern Utah — last year saw the likes of Lauv, The Bleachers and Flume gracing the stage.
Thursday’s lineup announcement comes on the heels of Salt Lake City’s Twilight Concert Series unveiling its slate of six shows.
Here’s the lineup for the Ogden Twilight Concert Series:
May 6: French electronic group M83 brings its “Fantasy 2023 Tour” to Ogden, with Jeremiah Chiu, an LA-based electronic composer and artist, in support. The show is already sold out.
June 30: Kaskade, once voted “America’s Best DJ” by DJ Times, will headline this show.
Aug. 9: In an already sold out show, indie folk artist Bon Iver will perform.
Aug. 14: Beck, an artist that spans genres, will host a special acoustic evening.
Aug. 22: Catch electronic duo Sylvan Esso, as part of their No Rules Tour.
Aug. 23: Dream-pop band Cigarettes After Sex needs no introduction, and their show is already sold out.
Aug. 26: Ogden Twilight veterans The Flaming Lips return, with a local spotlight on artist Grandprix.
Aug. 31: Phantogram, a music duo from New York, is scheduled to perform.
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.
Sept. 25: The final show of the series will feature a performance from Norwegian rock duo Röyksopp.
Season passes are available for purchase now at 24tix.com/OT, and individual shows are on sale March 24 at 10 a.m. Ticket prices range from $15 to $20, depending on the show.