FARMINGTON — It's what fun ... was?
OGDEN — Ogden's First Friday Art Stroll will go on this week, in a fashion, despite ever expanding social distancing measures being implemented across the state.
LAYTON — In what might be considered equal parts optimism, stubbornness and hope, the Davis Arts Council has just announced its lineup for the 2020 Summer Nights With the Stars concert series.
OGDEN — At one point in all of this coronavirus madness, there was actually talk of the newspaper listing all arts and entertainment events that have been postponed or canceled.
The novel coronavirus has led to the postponement or cancellation of many community gatherings and entertainment events in the local area.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah technology company settled a lawsuit with the booking agency for The Killers that disputed the agency's contention the rock band should be paid for a scheduled show at the firm's canceled conference.
Christian singer-songwriter Hilary Weeks has written exactly one love song in her musical career.
OGDEN — After a 17-year absence, Callanish returns to the “Celtic Celebration” at Peery’s Egyptian Theater.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Diesel Brothers reality TV stars must pay $848,000 for modifying, marketing and selling pickup trucks with emission control defeat devices installed, a judge has ruled.
OGDEN — You really should get out more.
OGDEN — Prefer your music with a little social justice, and a whole lot more diversity?
Though Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City regularly serves as home to the Utah Jazz, hosting basketball games is far from the only thing the flexible venue is capable of. Other March engagements include tour stops for Post Malone, Celine Dion and JoJo Sewa, not to mention a literally icy reception set for this week as the arena freezes over and "Disney on Ice Presents Mickey’s Search Party" skates into town.
OGDEN — Warmer weather may eventually be the death of the 2019-20 ski season. But until then, Snowbasin Resort plans to enjoy every moment of those final few days of life-on-snow.
Ogden Twilight lineup to be announced
OGDEN — Ordinarily, poets are known for the things they write or say.
THURSDAY, MARCH 5
TERRY FATOR — Well-known ventriloquist, 9 p.m. March 20, Peppermill Concert Hall, West Wendover, Nev., $40-$80, wendoverfun.com, 800-217-0049.
LAYTON — Think of it as The Dream, Part II.
OGDEN — If there’s one thing Joe Muscolino has learned in 40 years as a professional bandleader, it’s how to please an audience.
OGDEN — You know how they say curiosity killed the cat? For the members of Third Coast Percussion, that same curiosity has done the exact opposite.
It’s a Tuesday morning, but it could be any day. Sitting on one side in the 25th Street Waffle Love is a couple on the same side of the table. Across from them, under the incandescent bulbs strung from the high ceiling, is a mother with two small children.
OGDEN — “You Bet Your Black Ass, Broadway,” the irreverently named musical revue that debuted at Good Company Theatre a year ago, returns this week with one important change.
DISNEY ON ICE — Professional skaters present “Mickey’s Search Party”, various times March 5-8, Vivint Smart Home Arena, SLC. $20-$110, ticketmaster.com.
SALT LAKE CITY — Ready to take a gamble with your entertainment dollar?
OGDEN — We know four college students who’ll be maxing out their Fitbit activity trackers over the next two weekends.
BRIGHAM CITY — The Fine Arts Center has been supporting the arts in Box Elder County for more than two decades.
OGDEN — A powerful tale of love and acceptance comes to Peery’s Egyptian Theater this weekend as Ogden Musical Theatre presents “Ragtime.”
Winter Play Day comes to ONC
BLAKE SHELTON — Friends & Heroes 2020 tour, with The Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson, Trace Adkins, Lauren Alaina, 7 p.m. Feb. 27, Vivint Smart Home Arena, SLC. $36-$120, ticketmaster.com.
OGDEN — Purity Ring is coming this spring.
OGDEN — The Utah Symphony announced its 2020-21 season, and the orchestra’s schedule will include 10 trips to Ogden between next September and April 2021.
HUNTSVILLE — We’ve got some good news and some bad news for local music fans.
LAYTON — Ah, the luck of the Irish.
OGDEN — This weekend, Weber State University and Onstage Ogden welcome to the stage BYU Vocal Point, a nine-voice male a cappella group.
OGDEN — The annual Banff Mountain Film Festival returns to town this weekend, bringing the best in short films centered on skiing, climbing, kayaking, mountain biking and countless other adventure sports.
SALT LAKE CITY — Puppets, songs, and the Great Salt Lake.
Plan ahead TERRY FATOR — Well-known ventriloquist, 9 p.m. March 20, Peppermill Concert Hall, West Wendover, Nev., $40-$80, wendoverfun.com, 800-217-0049.
Valentine Dinner Dance returns to Ogden
OGDEN — Just in time for Valentine’s Day, The Monarch is planning to give Cupid a little help.
OGDEN — Who needs Sundance when you’ve got the Peery’s Egyptian Theater Film Series?
Last Sunday, Punxsutawney Phil — the world’s most-famous prognosticating rodent — emerged from his not-so-secret lair on Groundhog Day and failed to see his shadow.
Red Dress Concert returns to Ogden
OGDEN — Don’t think of Ruth Carter as a costume designer. Think of her more as a storyteller.
Plan Ahead ”WOMEN ROCK” — Utah Symphony performs rock songs from legendary female performers, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13, Browning Center’s Austad Auditorium at Weber State University, 3848 Harrison Blvd., Ogden. $15-$46, onstageogden.org, 801-399-9214.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Diesel Brothers have lost a bid for a court-mediated settlement conference they hoped could soften the blow of impending Clean Air Act monetary penalties.