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Outdoor concert venue in West Valley City gets a new name

For more than 20 years, the outdoor concert venue known as the USANA Amphitheatre has been a gathering place for music fans. The venue nowhas a new name.

Utah First Credit Union has acquired the naming rights for the venue which will now be called Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre (5150 S. 6055 West). The West Valley venue will continue to offer unforgettable music experiences to thousands of fans every concert season. 

“I’m thrilled about this collaboration,” Darin B. Moody said, CEO of Utah First Credit Union. “Part of our mission at Utah First Credit Union is to be significant in the lives of our members and the broader community. The Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre is our way of showing up for the community in a big way to provide a place where people can come together to relax and build lasting memories.” 

In recent years, the amphitheater has hosted a diverse lineup of musicians including Metallica, Morgan Wallen, Post Malone, Imagine Dragons and many others. Major shows have already been announced for the 2024 concert season at Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre, featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sarah McLachlan, Third Eye Blind, Styx and Foreigner, New Kids on the Block, Noah Kahan, Niall Horan, Alanis Morissette and Hozier.

“With a legacy spanning more than 20 years, this venue continues to be a vital hub for live music fans in Utah,” Andy Peikon said, Live Nation’s senior vice president and head of venue sales. “Music brings people together, and this partnership with Utah First will allow us to deepen our roots within the community, promising to bring local music fans more live music experiences they’ll never forget.”

Started in 1935, Utah First Credit Union is a member-owned financial institution that prides itself on its boutique banking experience. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, the credit union serves tens of thousands of members across Utah and nationwide. 

“We’re looking to foster a sense of togetherness and contribute to the spirit that makes our community so special,” Moody said. “We’re proud to play a role in creating a space for improvement, connection and enjoyment of the moments that matter most.”

For information about concert announcements and events, follow the venue on all social platforms at @UtahFirstAMP or visit λ