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New concerts, big acts heading to UFCU amphitheater

May 06, 2024 11:00AM ● By Tom Haraldsen

The 2024 concert season will kick off May 30 at the Utah First Credit Union Amphitheater (formerly USANA) in West Valley City. (File photo Tom Haraldsen/City Journals)

It’s going to be a big summer for concerts in Utah, and nowhere will it be bigger than at the Utah First Credit Union Amphitheater in West Valley.

Two new shows were added on April 22—veteran rocker Neil Young and his Crazy Horse world tour coming on July 29 and Imagine Dragons set to close out the season on Oct. 11. More shows could be announced in the coming days.

Though last season offered a huge variety of shows, Trent Falcone, director of marketing for the venue owned and operated by Live Nation, said this year is shaping up to be one of the biggest in the theater’s history.

“I think part of it is the post-Covid effect,” he said. “More bands and performers are getting back out on the road. It’s just the way the cycle goes sometimes with new albums and tours.”

Even with some acts taking the summer off, Utah has become a hotbed destination for many performers, and Falcone says “that’s only going to continue to improve—it’s going to get bigger and bigger. Clearly, Live Nation has great partnerships with a lot of these artists anyway, and they love coming to the theater.”

Utah First Credit Union took over naming rights this year from the previous name holder—USANA. Signage in and around the amphitheater is being changed over, but the venue will operate the same as it has in the past. There are lots of concession stands at the theater offering food and beverage for sale, generally manned by groups of volunteers from local schools who raise money for their clubs and organizations. It’s been a solid partnership for many years.

As of April 23, here’s the lineup for this year’s shows. Ticket information is available at

Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre (schedule subject to change)λ