This week marks the beginning of the 2017 Twilight Concert Series in downtown Salt Lake City. 30 years in the making, the Concert Series is produced by the Salt Lake City Arts Council and presented by Salt Lake Community College.
This year’s lineup is packed with high-caliber talent. It’s chock-full of diverse, vibrant and eclectic musical artists from both the community and around the world.
This season, Salt Lake City Arts Council has partnered with Utah’s Food Truck League to promote the food market and provide delectable, local-centric foods. The Arts Council is also continuing their partnership with Craft Lake City DIY Festival for the craft market, showcasing handcrafted goods by local artists.
Also, in further support of local artists, the Arts Council has gathered local opener acts for all seven shows in the season. The lineup is below, local artists first:
July 20: Angel Music, Little Dragon and Xenia Rubinos
July 27: 90s Television, Kurt Vile & the Violators and Whitney
August 3: DJ Ebenflow, Kamasi Washington and Antibalas
August 10: CHOiCE, Solange and Kaytranada
August 17: Belle Jewel, CAT POWER and Phoebe Bridgers
August 24: Talia Keys, Andrew Bird and The Handsome Family
August 31: Joshy Soul & The Cool, The Roots and Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
Pioneer Park will be filled to the brim with a wide demographic of people who all have one thing in common: a passion for good music and good times.
The 2017 Twilight Concert Series general admission tickets are $7.50 in advance or $10 the day of show. Tickets are available at www.24tix.com, at all Graywhale Entertainment locations throughout the valley and at the door the day of the show.
Gates open at 5 pm, and music starts at 6:30 pm at Pioneer Park, located at 350 West 300 South in downtown Salt Lake City. Visit www.twilightconcerts.com for updates and more information.