The cast and crew of the Ziegfeld Theater’s “Rock of Ages” will be rockin’ on the road starting July 1 when the show opens at the Egyptian Theatre in Park City. The musical will be presented at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 6 p.m. Sundays through July 24. This on-the-...
OGDEN — Patty Clayton and Sam DeLeeuw have been touring the West with their cowboy poetry and music for the past four years and DeLeeuw is now coming back to her stomping grounds for a concert Monday, June 27. The performance at the Weber County Ice Sheet in Ogden is what she calls a...
Javier’s, a homegrown Ogden eatery, is celebrating 25 years of serving up tamales, chimichangas, tacos and more at seven locations from Logan to Farmington.
See paleontologists at work or look for life-size dinosaurs at Eccles Dinosaur Park in Ogden. The facility, which is open daily, also sports hands-on science activities, a picnic area and a playground.
“Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery” opens June 25 at the Caine Lyric Theatre in Logan and is one of four summer productions playing in repertory. The play is a comic re-telling of a Sherlock Holmes novel.
The Utah Symphony performs “God Bless America,” “Armed Forces Salute” and other patriotic numbers during a July 1 concert at Snowbasin. Kids can touch and play various instruments at a musical “petting zoo” open before the concert.
Spend a Saturday afternoon exploring a car show, listening to music or discovering community resources for jobs, childcare and education on June 25 at the Ogden Amphitheater. The event is sponsored by Hope Resurrected Church and admission is free.
Baby animals from foals to alpacas are in the spotlight during June’s Baby Animal Days at Carver’s Cove Petting Farm. Children can pet and feed the animals at the Eden farm during the event and through the farm’s regular season, which runs until Sept. 30.
We’ve got the perfect playlist to get you pumped for Thursday’s Ogden Twilight show featuring Neon Indian, Lake and Coral Bones.
Grab a blanket for free movies in the park at venues ranging from Ogden to Brigham City to Farmington. “Zootopia,” “Hotel Transylvania 2,” The Princess Bride” and more are set to play several outdoor screens.