Bookmark and Share

Utah Travel Headlines

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Utah Symphony To Perform At Utah's National Parks

Utah Symphony and the Utah Office of Tourism are partnering to bring musical performances to gateway communities near our Mighty Five national parks.

The Symphony held a news conference today announcing the tour. Here are some details:

The Utah Symphony's Mightly 5 Tour
Five National Parks. One Epic Week.

Only in Utah
When the heat of the summer day wears off, let the Utah Symphony’s Mighty 5™ Tour take you away to the desert evening sky for an inspiring symphonic experience you can only get in Utah. Go hiking, climbing or sightseeing in Southern Utah and capture these unforgettable performances set against the backdrop of Utah’s nationally treasured parks. In honor of the beautiful surroundings, supportive patrons, and generous sponsors these concerts are being presented for free.

Tuesday August 12 / 8 pm
Teasdale Community Park, Teasdale, UT (near Capitol Reef National Park)

Thursday August 14 / 8 pm
Red Cliffs Lodge, Moab, UT (near Arches and Canyonlands National Parks)

Friday August 15 / 8 pm
Ruby's Bryce Canyon Rim at Ruby's Inn, Bryce Canyon, UT (near Bryce Canyon National Park)

Saturday August 16 / 8 pm
O.C. Tanner Amphitheatre, Springdale, UT (near Zion National Park)

The Deseret News offers more detail in this news article. Here are excerpts.

These concerts will be free for tourists and our community members, making them as accessible as possible and allowing us to give back the great gift of music to our community,” (Symphony President and CEO Melia) Tourangeau said.

Tickets will be made available May 1 through select partners when booking lodging and recreation packages. Starting July 1, tickets will then be made available at select Zions Bank locations and online. Any remaining tickets will be distributed at the gate on the evening of the performance. Visit utahsymphony.org/mighty5 for additional information.

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home

Back to top Print this page E-mail this page