Sting•Joe Sumner•September 23, 2023•USANA Amphitheatre

Reviewed and Photographed by Alisha Gregson

Saturday, September 23rd, was a brisk night at USANA Amphitheatre when the legendary music icon Sting brought his “My Songs” tour to Utah. He drew in a crowd of his most loyal fans for an awesome night of live music. The cool weather was a sign that the outdoor concert season was coming to an end. Sting’s performance was an exciting addition to the incredible lineup USANA had this year. 

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Jake Scott

Jake Scott•Sammy Rash•October 14, 2023•Sandy Amphitheater

Reviewed and Photographed by Josilyn Wakkuri Lybbert

Out of all of the places Jake Scott could’ve picked to hold an album release show, he chose Utah! Jake loves Utah, and Utah loves Jake, so it was the perfect place for his new album, “Lavender,” to be played live for the first time! Fans packed out Sandy Amphitheater on Saturday, October 14th for the show. The first time that I saw Jake Scott was at Sandy Amphitheater last May when he opened for Ben Rector, so I found it extra special that he was back at the same venue, only this time, he was headlining it!

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Rumours of Fleetwood Mac

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac•October 11, 2023•Maverik Center

Reviewed and Photographed by Josilyn Wakkuri Lybbert

I’d never really thought about what exactly shaped me into the “concert junkie” that I am today, but as I made my way to the Maverik Center on October 11th to see Rumours of Fleetwood Mac, a Fleetwood Mac tribute band, I couldn’t help but think about all of the tribute band shows I went to as a young child. Somehow my little hometown in Washington pulled in a handful of Beatles tribute bands throughout the years, as well as a few others ranging from The Beach Boys, The Monkees, and Elvis.

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UCR on Tour: Mitch Rowland

Mitch Rowland•October 6, 2023• The Troubador• West Hollywood California

Reviewed and Photographed by Joslin Keim

A guitarist known for his affiliation with a certain British pop star, a plethora of fans who discovered him through said British pop star’s recent tour, a historic Los Angeles venue with the name “Mitch Rowland” on the top of the marquee sign — this was the backdrop for Mitch Rowland’s headlining show at the Troubadour celebrating his debut album “Come June.”

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Brett Young

Brett Young•October 6, 2023•Sandy Amphitheater

Reviewed and Photographed by Kevin Rolfe

Brett Young’s live performances are intimate journeys through his soulful country sound, where every note is infused with emotion and every lyric resonates with authenticity. Since bursting onto the country music scene, the California-born artist has captivated audiences with his distinctive voice, heartfelt songwriting, and a stage presence that effortlessly bridges the gap between performer and audience.

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311•AWOLNATION•October 5, 2023•The Union

Reviewed and Photographed by Kevin Rolfe

When I heard that 311 and AWOLNATION were touring together I thought it was such an unusual pairing. Would they have the same fans? I wasn’t sure the very different sounding bands would be a palate best suited for a concert. But the show was a good time. Both bands came out, did their thing and the audience loved it.

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nothing, nowhere

nothing, nowhere•SeeYouSpaceCowboy•October 3, 2023•The Commonwealth Room

Reviewed and Photographed by Kaden Severn

Tuesday evening punk-rock fans gathered at The Commonwealth Room in Salt Lake City to attend The Void Eternal tour by Emo-Rapper Joe Mulherin, better known as nothing, nowhere. Before his set, SeeYouSpaceCowboy performed a very intense screamo set. Frontwoman Connie Sgarbossa sang and screamed her heart out. Their music came from a place of pain as they covered songs touching on heartbreak and substance abuse/addiction. While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea the rock fans in the building were loving it! They covered songs such as “bloodstainedeyes” and “Misinterpreting Constellations”. 

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Asking Alexandria and The Hu

Asking Alexandria•The Hu•October 4, 2023•The Union

Reviewed and Photographed by Colton Kresser

(October 4th, 2023) Asking Alexandria ripped through The Union Event Center in Salt Lake City on their Co-headliner tour with The Hu and opening support from Zero 9:36. 

Overall, it was an excellent show to attend but for me, Asking Alexandria absolutely stole the night. The crowd was completely engaged throughout their entire setlist that ranged from brand new never played tracks from their latest and 8th studio album “Where Did It Go?” released August 25th, as well as classics from their debut album “Stand Up And Scream” released in 2009 and a healthy mixture of popular tracks over the years to fill in the gaps.

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STREAM NEW ALBUM a beautiful blur HERE


(October 4, 2023) –  Today, multi-platinum pop rock band LANY announces the North America leg of their a beautiful blur World Tour. Produced by Live Nation, the 30+ dates kicks off at Raleigh’s The Ritz on February 13 and continues through the U.S. and Canada this March and April 2024. Fans can register for Artist Presale HERE via Seated. The Seated Registered Artist presale begins Tuesday October 10th at 10am through Thursday October 12th at 10pm local. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general onsale starting Friday October 13th at 12pm local.

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