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Jeremy Brown




    Checking out local performances is a blast!  They can be great motivators for students and it's a lot of fun to support your peers and see what everyone it is up to!  On the "events calendar" I've included local performances in the Salt Lake Valley area including middle school, high school, and collage performances.

Events Calendar

Click above for the events calendar, and send me an email if you know of any local concerts and events that you would like to see added to the calendar.

Featured Performances:


Utah Arts Festival

When:  Monday, June 21st - 24th

Where: down town Salt Lake

How Much: $5-10/day

More Info: http://www.uaf.org/festival-info/how-to-festival/tickets-to-the-utah-arts-festival

More than 80,000 patrons enjoy four days of award-winning fine arts in the Artist Marketplace, live performances on five stages, local and international street theater, a short film festival, a fine arts exhibition and culinary delights. And that’s just the beginning! Children are fully immersed in the arts at the Art Yard where local nonprofits create hands-on projects; teenagers have an opportunity to explore their creative sides at the Urban Arts venue; and Artists At Work show cases the talents of local artist guilds as they set up and create art on site.

Excellence in the Community Concert Series


    Island Time II - Polynesian Music and Dance

When:  Monday, June 25th, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Gallivan Center Outdoor Stage

How Much: FREE

More Info: http://excellenceconcerts.org/

Frank Fau'olo and his band of musicians and dancers bring aloha to downtown Salt Lake City. Wear your island attire and bring the family to an evening of music and dance from the  authentic traditions of the pacific islands. If you cannot go to the tropics, at least come to the Gallivan Center for the next best thing, music and dance under the summer stars.

Island Time II plays songs from a wide variety of musical traditions,  but always adds an authentic Polynesian vibe.  Combing music and dance, Island Time II brings the sense of aloha to every performance. The band started in Gardena and Carson California and has performed throughout the United States and Canada,  including regular involvement in Hawaii with the Polynesian Cultural Center, International Market Place, Duke Kahanamoku’s and Don the Beachcomber’s.  Island Time II has been involved in many cultural celebrations, and leader Frank Fau’olo has been a judge for the World Fireknife Competition in Laie, Hawaii since 2002. 

Island Time II's performance at last year's Mondays in the Park concert series was a highlight of the summer


Utah Symphony Concerts


   Utah Symphony at Scera Shell

When: June 25, 8 PM

More Info: http://www.utahsymphony.org/concerts

    1812! Overture at Taylorsville Dayzz

When: June 28, 8 PM

More Info: http://www.utahsymphony.org/concerts

    Patriotic Celebration at Sundance

When: June 29, 8 PM

More Info: http://www.utahsymphony.org/concerts

    Patriotic Celebration At Wolf Mountain

When: June 30, 8

More Info: http://www.utahsymphony.org/concerts


Murray Arts In The Park Concert Series 

   Murray Symphony “Rockin’ Pops”

When: Saturday, June 30th, 8:00 p.m.

Where: Murray Park Amphitheatre

How Much: Tickets available at the gate, $6.00, children under 10 free.

More Info: http://www.murraysymphony.org/

Murray Symphony turns up the volume with Music of the Beatles, Santana, Justin Bieber, and Lee Greenwood along with “A Fifth of Beethoven” and traditional patriotic songs of the summer season. Get there early for the best seats!

Amphitheater parking is available at 495 East 5300 South. In the event of rain, the concert will move to Murray High.

Saturday, June 30 Murray Symphony Rockn’ Pops


    Murray Concert Band Sunrise Service


When: July 4, 7 AM

Where: Murray Park Amphitheatre

How Much:  FREE

More Info: http://www.murrayconcertband.org/

    Murray Concert Band Performance

When: July 7, 8 PM

Where: Murray Park Amphitheatre

How Much:  $5 Adult, $3 Child/Senior

More Info: http://www.murrayconcertband.org/


Murray Arts in the Park Summer Lunch Concerts

Free lunch concerts are held every Tuesday at noon in Murray Park Pavilion #5 beginning in June and ending in August. Bring your sack lunch and enjoy an hour of entertainment.  

    Jay Lawrence Vibes Trio

When: June 26, Noon

Where: Murray Park Pavilion #5

How Much: FREE

More Info: http://www.murray.utah.gov/index.aspx?NID=853


Sandy Amphitheatre Concert Series

    Blood, Sweat and Tears

When: June 1: 8:00 pm

Where:  Sandy Amphitheatre

How Much: Premium $25, Priority $25, Lawn $15, Lawn Chairs $20

More Info:  http://www.sandyarts.com/sandy-amphitheater/upcoming-concerts.html

A musical institution, BS&T has left an indelible mark on the American music scene since 1968. One of the greatest horn bands in the history of popular music, BS&T's alumni roster reads like a Who's Who of the greatest jazz and rock musicians. "You've Made Me So Very Happy," "Spinning Wheel," "And When I Die," and "Hi-De-Ho." This band gives a night of music you will never forget. 

    Ryan Shupe and the RubberBand 


When: June 8: 8:00 pm

Where:  Sandy Amphitheatre

How Much: Premium $15, Priority $14, Lawn $10

More Info:  http://www.sandyarts.com/sandy-amphitheater/upcoming-concerts.html

Known for their live shows and spontaneous, creative jams, the RubberBand is a breath of fresh air in an age where much of the music is over-produced. Their organic approach to performing has built quite a following. They are always fun just pickin' and grinnin' through their mix of bluegrass, country, rock and jazz.

    Club Manhattan 

When: June 15: 8:00 pm

Where:  Sandy Amphitheatre

How Much: Premium $12, Priority $12, Lawn $8

More Info:  http://www.sandyarts.com/sandy-amphitheater/upcoming-concerts.html

Fascinating rhythms will be 'on tap' at Club Manhattan, featuring SLC Tap directed by Debby Robertson. Club Manhattan pays homage to the great jazz nightclubs of a bygone era with dazzling tap dancing, soulful vocalists and a swinging classic jazz ensemble. Come on down for a rhythm-packed, fun-filled evening of pure entertainment. Presented by the Sandy Arts Guild.

    American West Symphony and Chorus

When: June 28: 8:00 pm

Where:  Sandy Amphitheatre

How Much: FREE

More Info: http://www.sandyarts.com/sandy-amphitheater/upcoming-concerts.html

American West Symphony and Chorus comes to the Amphitheater for its annual summer Pops Concert. Bring the whole family and enjoy an evening of great music under the stars.

This concert will include some of the following selections:

Tschaikovsky,1812 Overture:

Battle Hymn of the Republic:

Stars and Stripes Forever:

and other selections to be announced.

    The Elders


When: June 30: 8:00 pm

Where:  Sandy Amphitheatre

How Much: Premium $15, Priority $13, Lawn $10

More Info: http://www.sandyarts.com/sandy-amphitheater/upcoming-concerts.html


One of the top Celtic-Rock groups in North America. This group brings together a collective musical past, employing a variety of instruments including banjo, accordion, mandolin, fiddle, piano, guitars, drums and blazing vocals! This is high-octane Celtic music at its best.

 Other links for local music events:

Student Recital! 
My students are perform two recitals/concerts a year at my draper location, one in the spring and another in the fall.