Summer Concerts in Salt Lake

Summer concerts in Salt Lake have something for everyone, from big headliners and music festivals in 20,000-seat stadiums both indoor and out, to nostalgia tours and cool bands in warm outdoor venues, to local favorites and up-and-comers in local hangouts. The number of places that have great…

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Tyler Glenn and LoveLoud

Meeting the Neon Trees' front man, Tyler Glenn, is an exceptional experience. He is soft spoken and thoughtful, and yet he communicates powerfully his passion for helping LGBTQ youth. When his friend, Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons, called him about his idea to put on a concert to support, affirm…

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Utah Arts Festival

Spring Festivals in Salt Lake

Festivals are back! Here in Salt Lake, there's a festival for everyone - it's a great time to try not just something familiar but also something new. Check out some of the best festival happenings below. Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival April 8-May 7 (closed Sundays) - Ashton Gardens at…

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Support SLC's Art Scene

Creativity plays a major role in Salt Lake's thriving culture. From painters who specialize in traditional fine arts to local crafters who work with reclaimed materials, there’s an incredibly diverse range of talent to be found. Even if you don’t consider yourself an art buff, there’s an experience…

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Salt Lake Pass Options

Salt Lake is filled to the brim with things to do, see and savor—from food and brews with a twist, to enthralling entertainment for all ages. Deciding what to do can feel overwhelming, but Salt Lake has made adventuring easy. Visitors can choose from the Salt Lake Connect Attractions Pass or the…

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Outdoor Summer Adventures

When you think about the mountains in Salt Lake, skiing is probably the first thing to come to mind. But there's an appealing array of things to do in the summer when the snow hasn't hit the slopes yet. There's an undeniable beauty to the mountains in the summertime, when the rich sunsets paint the…

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Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Salt Lake Olympics

Truly a great moment in Salt Lake history, the 2002 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games happened 20 years ago this month. At the same time the world is turning their eyes to the Beijing Olympic Games, we are celebrating the legacy of incredible games here at home. With events in Salt Lake and all…

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Stay in Shape in Salt Lake:

When working out in a new town, an encouraging, welcoming gym environment invites you to feel more confident and push yourself—after all, there’s nothing more discouraging than an exercise class full of judgmental strangers. Salt Lake, known for its hardcore outdoor recreation scene, may appear to…

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Experience The Sundance Film Festival 2022 Virtually!

The Sundance Film Festival is the largest and most well-known independent film festival based in the United States, and has been based in Utah for more than 40 years. The best talent and creative minds in the filmmaking world have taken part in the Festival in one way or another, and literally tens…

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Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Salt Lake

January 17th marks the 36th year Americans have celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and if you're in Salt Lake, there are many great and meaningful ways to observe it. With a rally and march, a celebration of local black artists, a film screening and a book discussion about racism, speakers, and…

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More Ways to Snow in Salt Lake

Illustrations by @sarahmaeliz Many people don’t realize that even if they don’t ski or snowboard, there are still lots of fun ways to get into the powder and explore Utah’s sprawling mountain forests. From ice climbing to ski biking, emerging sports give people of all abilities options for enjoying…

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Four Salt Lake Businesses That Help You Hit the Slopes

Illustrations by @samsherrill 'The Greatest Snow On Earth®' has been on Utah’s license plate since 1985 for a reason. With four world-class resorts within a half-hour’s drive of Salt Lake City and even more in neighboring cities, snow enthusiasts can find something for anyone. If you’re interested…

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Thanksgiving in Salt Lake

Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday for many - who doesn’t love ridiculous amounts of good food while surrounded by people you love? However, not everyone loves the work and cooking and cleaning that go into a feast-based celebration. Fear not! We’re here to tell you some of the best places in Salt…

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Deer Valley

Summer 2021: Dine Around Deer Valley

The snow on the slopes has been replaced by wildflowers and summer is in full swing at Deer Valley Resort in Park City. While you may know Deer Valley as one of the premier ski destinations in the country, things do not slow down in the summer. Deer Valley swaps groomers and powder for mountain…

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Don't Miss The Utah Arts Festival

After taking 2020 off due to COVID, the award-winning Utah Arts Festival is back! This year, join your neighbors to soak up the festival vibes and summer sun at the Festival, August 27th through 29th at Library Square in downtown Salt Lake. Revel in live music, film screenings and the power of Urban…

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Egypt: The Time of Pharaoh - Natural History Museum of Utah

Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs Now Open at Natural History Museum of Utah

Come visit the Natural History Museum of Utah (NHMU) and take a journey back 5,000 years ago along the River Nile to one of the most advanced ancient civilizations in Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs. Now open to the public, the latest special exhibit at NHMU guides visitors through the fascinating and…

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