Red Butte Gardens Announces Summer Concert Series Lineup

Events, What's New — By Amiee Maxwell on April 19, 2010 at 6:06 pm

If you find yourself in Salt Lake City this summer, you absolutely must try and catch a performance at the Red Butte Gardens.  The newly remodeled outdoor amphitheatre boasts an incredible lineup this summer with 21 nationally recognized acts.  Pack in you own picnic dinner and bottle of wine and enjoy live music in the garden’s beaturiful outdoor amphitheater.

Since all tickets are general admission lawn sating, make sure to get in line early to claim your seat for the show.  You may bring in blankets or low-rise chairs that are no higher than 26”.  After laying your blanket down to claim your spot, take off for a tour of Red Butte’s extensive collection of plants and flowers from around the world before returning to your seat for the opening act.

Tickets go on sale April 19, 2010 for garden members and May 3, 2010 for the general public.  Big name acts sell out fast so buy your tickets early.

2010 Red Butte Concert Series Lineup

  • June 6 – Kenny Wayne Shepherd
  • June 16 – Steve Martin with the Steep Canyon Rangers
  • June 18 – Joss Stone
  • June 22 – Chicago
  • June 28 – JJ Grey & Mofro with Todd Snider featuring Great American Taxi
  • July 7 – Joan Baez with Guy Clark
  • July 11 – Brandi Carlile
  • July 13 – Barenaked Ladies
  • July 14 – Lyle Lovett and his Large Band
  • July 25 – Rhythm Devils featuring Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Keller
  • Aug 1 – Mary Chapin Carpenter
  • Aug 4 – Natalie Merchant
  • Aug 8 – Allen Toussaint with Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Trombone Shorty and
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  • Aug 10 – Chris Isaak
  • Aug 15 – The Swell Season
  • Aug 19 – John Prine
  • Aug 20 – Norah Jones with Corinne Bailey Rae
  • Aug 22 – A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor
  • Aug 29 – Doobie Brothers
  • Sept 1 – Sheryl Crow
  • Sept 10 – Willie Nelson

[Photo Courtesy of mateoutah]

Tags: Concerts, Event, Gardens, Live Music, Outdoor Concerts, Red Butte


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