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March 2020

Tuacahn Amphitheater

Starts: March 14 - December 30

Celebrating 25 Years Tuacahn Center for the Arts is a professional, non-profit presenting and producing organization that inspires creativity and greatness in the human spirit by providing world-class family entertainment and education. Tuacahn has become one of the most popular theatrical and entertainment venues in Utah. Tuacahn Amphitheatre DISNEY BEAUTY AND THE BEAST June 12 – OCTOBER 23, 2020 Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, tells of Belle, a young woman in a small town, and the Beast, a young prince…

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  • September 2020

    Utah Symphony at Utah Valley University

    Starts: September 24

    Utah Symphony at Utah Valley University Concert Hall at UVU’s NOORDA Center for the Performing Arts September 24, 2020–April 8, 2021 With room for nearly 900, our largest venue includes a 130-seat choir loft and is one of the most acoustically nuanced halls in the United States. Wait until you hear the magnificent Utah Symphony in this perfectly-designed space—it’s mind-blowing! MASTERWORKS PROKOFIEV’S CINDERELLA & BEETHOVEN SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 ENTERTAINMENT REVOLUTION: THE MUSIC OF THE BEATLES – A SYMPHONIC EXPERIENCE WITH…

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  • October 2020

    Utah Utes Football – Home Game 3

    Starts: October 2

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    USC* vs. Utah October 2, 2020 *Pac-12 Conference Game Utah is coming off back-to-back Pac-12 Conference South Division titles and appearances in the Pac-12 Championship game. Last season, Utah recorded its fifth double-digit win season under Kyle Whittingham and an appearance in the Alamo Bowl. Whittingham, who is back for his 16th season, is the longest tenured head coach in the Pac-12 and has led the Utes to 11 bowl wins and 131 victories. The Utes have six home games…

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  • The Flying Dutchman – Utah Opera

    Starts: October 10

    October 10–18, 2020 Inspired by a maritime legend, Wagner brings us a captain cursed to roam the seas for eternity with his phantom ship and ghostly crew. Every seven years he sets foot on shore in search of a faithful woman to release him from his torment. Will he find salvation in the devotion of Senta, or is her dedication beyond his grasp? Experience Wagner’s vivid, dramatic retelling of the legendary ghost seafarer in search of redemption through love.

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  • Utah Utes Football – Home game 4

    Starts: October 17

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    Washington* vs. Utah October 17, 2020 Pac-12 Conference Game Utah is coming off back-to-back Pac-12 Conference South Division titles and appearances in the Pac-12 Championship game. Last season, Utah recorded its fifth double-digit win season under Kyle Whittingham and an appearance in the Alamo Bowl. Whittingham, who is back for his 16th season, is the longest tenured head coach in the Pac-12 and has led the Utes to 11 bowl wins and 131 victories. The Utes have six home games…

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  • Dracula – Ballet West

    Starts: October 23

    OCTOBER 23–31, 2020 Planned especially for the Halloween season. Enter a world of gothic grandeur in this lavish neo-Romantic production. Ben Stevenson’s Dracula is an immersive melodrama that unfolds with aweinspiring theatrics, vampire brides, stunning sets, and exploding chandeliers. The iconic tale is told with drama and sweeping choreography that adds layers of artistry and entertainment to every element of the production.

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  • November 2020

    Nine Sinatra Songs – Ballet West

    Starts: November 6

    With Almost Tango and Return to a Strange Land NOVEMBER 6–14, 2020 Ballet West’s resident choreographer Nicolo Fonte’s Almost Tango, a ballet that highlights his unique take on the passionate style of the Argentinean dance of the same name. Return to a Strange Land, choreographed by Jiří Kylián in 1975 as an elegy to his mentor, the late John Cranko. Tharp’s 1982 Nine Sinatra Songs, is considered a classic of late 20th century choreography, featuring costumes designed by Oscar de…

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  • Utah Utes Football – Home Game 5

    Starts: November 7

    A photo of Ute fans cheer for the team.

    Arizona* vs. Utah November 7, 2020 *Pac-12 Conference Game Utah is coming off back-to-back Pac-12 Conference South Division titles and appearances in the Pac-12 Championship game. Last season, Utah recorded its fifth double-digit win season under Kyle Whittingham and an appearance in the Alamo Bowl. Whittingham, who is back for his 16th season, is the longest tenured head coach in the Pac-12 and has led the Utes to 11 bowl wins and 131 victories. The Utes have six home games…

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  • Utah Utes Football – Home Game 6

    Starts: November 14

    A photo of Ute fans cheer for the team.

    Oregon State* vs. Utah November 14, 2020 *Pac-12 Conference Game Utah is coming off back-to-back Pac-12 Conference South Division titles and appearances in the Pac-12 Championship game. Last season, Utah recorded its fifth double-digit win season under Kyle Whittingham and an appearance in the Alamo Bowl. Whittingham, who is back for his 16th season, is the longest tenured head coach in the Pac-12 and has led the Utes to 11 bowl wins and 131 victories. The Utes have six home…

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  • Utah Symphony Mid November/December

    Starts: November 20

    Photo of Abravanel Hall, home of Utah Symphony

    November 19, 2020–January 2, 2021 Utah Symphony celebrating 81 years of entertainment. Featuring music spanning 250 years of history-Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Brahms, Mozart, Bach and more! Special Event Performances by 60th Annual Salute to ¡Celebración Sinfónica!; 61st Annual Salute to Youth; Messiah Sing-in; All-Star Youth Pro Am with additional enjoyment performances. The Entertainment Series includes REVOLUTION: The Music of the Beatles; Cirque de la Symphonie: Holiday Spectacular; Video Games Live: BONUS ROUND; Bravo Broadway! and Pink Martini. Advertisers will be…

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  • December 2020

    The Nutcracker – Ballet West

    Starts: December 11

    December 11–26, 2020 Whether you’ve witnessed it once or a hundred times, the magic of The Nutcracker never fades. Bask in the glow of a holiday tradition that has brought joy to millions. Amplify your family’s festive cheer with Clara’s timeless story, Tchaikovsky’s unforgettable score, and Willam Christensen’s iconic choreography.

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  • Hamilton – Broadway at the Eccles

    Starts: December 15

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    An American Musical December 15-January 17, 2021 HAMILTON is the story of America’s Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant from the West Indies who became George Washington’s right-hand man during the Revolutionary War and was the new nation’s first Treasury Secretary. Featuring a score that blends hip-hop, jazz, blues, rap, R&B and Broadway, Hamilton is the story of America then, as told by America now. HAMILTON received a record-setting 16 Tony nominations, winning 11, including Best Musical, and was also…

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  • January 2021

    Utah Symphony January/February

    Starts: January 8, 2021

    Photo of Abravanel Hall, home of Utah Symphony

    January 8–February 20, 2021 Utah Symphony celebrating 81 years of entertainment. Featuring music spanning 250 years of history-Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Brahms, Mozart, Bach and more! Special Event Performances by 60th Annual Salute to ¡Celebración Sinfónica!; 61st Annual Salute to Youth; Messiah Sing-in; All-Star Youth Pro Am with additional enjoyment performances. The Entertainment Series includes REVOLUTION: The Music of the Beatles; Cirque de la Symphonie: Holiday Spectacular; Video Games Live: BONUS ROUND; Bravo Broadway! and Pink Martini. Advertisers will be exposed…

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  • February 2021

    Romeo and Juliet – Ballet West

    Starts: February 12, 2021

    February 12–20, 2021 After a long hiatus, Michael Smuin was an early student of Willam Christensen and became distinguished in his own right. Smuin’s dynamic Romeo and Juliet is an energetic version of Shakespeare’s epic and beloved story. Intensely human, it is conveyed through emotive choreography and Sergei Prokofiev’s dramatic score.

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  • Utah Symphony March/April

    Starts: February 26, 2021

    Photo of Abravanel Hall, home of Utah Symphony

    February 26–May 1, 2021 Utah Symphony celebrating 81 years of entertainment. Featuring music spanning 250 years of history-Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Brahms, Mozart, Bach and more! Special Event Performances by 60th Annual Salute to ¡Celebración Sinfónica!; 61st Annual Salute to Youth; Messiah Sing-in; All-Star Youth Pro Am with additional enjoyment performances. The Entertainment Series includes REVOLUTION: The Music of the Beatles; Cirque de la Symphonie: Holiday Spectacular; Video Games Live: BONUS ROUND; Bravo Broadway! and Pink Martini. Advertisers will be exposed…

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  • March 2021

    Flight – Utah Opera

    Starts: March 11, 2021

    January 16–24, 2021 Called “A Marriage of Figaro for the 1990s,” Flight has both laugh-out-loud comedy and more touching moments as the story of the refugee who lives in the airport unfolds around a colorful cast of characters who find themselves delayed in the terminal. As the delay drags on through the night, the group learns that their overnight stay will not only be physically uncomfortable, but also emotionally challenging as they navigate relationships, deception, and eventual reconciliation.

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  • Tosca – Utah Opera

    Starts: March 13, 2021

    March 13–21, 2021 Fiery young diva Floria Tosca is forced to play a role she never imagined when she becomes trapped between her freedom-fighting lover and a ruthless police chief whose lust for her overrides his duty to his country. This explosive triangle comes to a heart-stopping conclusion in one of opera’s most intense dramas.

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