The full lineup for Red Butte Garden’s 2023 outdoor summer concert series is here — ranging, alphabetically, from Barenaked Ladies to The Wood Brothers.
The musical styles on this year’s slate include pop, rock, bluegrass, blues, jazz and alternative country.
Tickets for this year’s shows range in price from $45 to $85 per ticket, a Red Butte spokesperson said.
The opening and closing shows of the 30-concert slate — jam bands Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade on May 23, and Goose on Sept. 20 — were announced weeks ago, and have both sold out.
Here is the full list of performers and dates:
Tuesday, May 23: Les Claypool’s Fearless Flying Frog Brigade, jam band, with support from Fishbone (previously announced; 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.
Sunday, June 25: An evening with Cake, alt-rock band.
Monday, June 26: Melissa Etheridge, roots rocker, and Elle King, country-rock singer, co-headlining.
Monday, July 3: Red Butte veterans Indigo Girls, folk-rock duo, with full band; support from Garrison Starr.
Saturday, July 8: Jason Isbell And the 400 Unit, country-rock act; support from Deer Tick.
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.
Wednesday, July 12: Nickel Creek, bluegrass, with support from Monica Martin.
Wednesday, July 19: Gary Clark Jr., blues guitarist and singer.
Thursday, July 20: The Dead South, folk-bluegrass ensemble; support from Corb Lund.
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 (previously announced; sold out).
A Red Butte spokesperson said this season’s concert tickets will go on sale in two waves, with each wave including a different set of concerts.
• The first wave, for concerts between June 11 and July 25: Member online-only presale starts Monday, April 24, 7 p.m.; member in-person sales start Tuesday, April 25, 9 a.m.; public sale begins Monday, May 1, 9 a.m.
• The second wave, for concerts between July 27 and Sept. 13: Member online-only presale starts Monday, May 8, 7 p.m.; member in-person sales start Tuesday, May 9, 9 a.m.; public sale begins Monday, May 15, 9 a.m.
Go to redbuttegarden.org/concerts for more information.