Salt Lake's EVE Celebration Will Feature National Acts
There will be parties galore in Salt Lake City and other Utah communities Monday evening, to ring in the new year. Check our events database and inquire locally to find celebrations where you will be visiting.
Salt Lake offers a coordinated celebration called EVE, with activities at multiple venues, with many kinds of entertainment chosen specifically so there will be something that appeals to virtually everyone. New this year will be the addition of nationally renowned performing groups.
The Salt Lake Tribune has this article previewing the EVE celebration. Below are excerpts.
Last year’s EVE celebration ended with record attendance — there were packed houses from the Tabernacle on Temple Square to the Salt Palace Convention Center.
The biggest change is the addition of nationally touring acts. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Nick Waterhouse, Blind Pilot and !!! (Chk Chk Chk) will grace the outdoor stage at The Gallivan Center.
Besides the national acts, EVE will continue to have local acts, which this year include David Williams, the Joshua Payne Orchestra, the No Nation Orchestra and Night Sweats.
See the EVE website for complete information including schedules of activities at various locations.