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From mariachi to Broadway: See Temple Square’s Concerts in the Park schedule

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Treat a friend to a free evening of upbeat music each Friday evening at the Brigham Young Historic Park on Temple Square. This long-standing summer series features a wide range of musical styles, and this year includes Mariachi, Broadway, Celtic bagpipes, folk, barbershop, jazz and swing, and more. A limited number of chairs are provided, but feel free to bring your own or a blanket and a snack. Free parking is also available in the North Office Building lot on a first come first-served basis. Find additional details at

Performances begin at 7:30 p.m.

Here is a list of performances by week:

June 3 – Phoenix Jazz and Swing Band

Opening 2022 Concerts in the Park this season is the jumpin’ and jivin’, 17-piece Phoenix Jazz and Swing Band! Whether you’re a fan of Glen Miller, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, or even if none of those names ring a bell, this group will have you tapping your toes in no time!

June 10 – Mariachi Sol de Jalisco

Concerts in the Park is excited to welcome Mariachi Sol de Jalisco for the first time to the Brigham Young Historic Park. Come fill your Friday evening with colorful, energetic, and authentic Mexican folk music!

June 17 – "Summer Sounds” with Branson and Maisy Merchant

Kick back and relax into the perfect summer vibe with this incredibly talented, brother/sister duo. Branson and Maisy are Utah Country Showdown first place winners. Their music will take you right back to those warm summer nights on the porch.

June 24 – “Once Upon a Time”

From heroes and princesses to lovable sidekicks and dastardly villains, Lindsay Hickman and Davis County guests will take audience members on a musical journey through decades of movie classics spanning over 70 years.

July 1 – N8tive Hoop

Enjoy an evening of Native American culture provided by N8tive Hoop. This talented family is excited to share their heritage with you through an interactive performance including stories and dance.

July 8 – Relic Acoustic Band

Get ready for some fun! Step back to the golden era of acoustic rock and roll (1960’s & 1970’s) with Relic Acoustic Band. With three acoustic guitars and tight three-part harmonies, Relic is easy on the ears with excellent musicianship (and entertaining jokes). You’ll be smiling and singing along!

July 15 – No park concert

July 22 – “A Broadway Getaway”

Come spend a delightful evening basking in the vibrant, stirring melodies of the Broadway stage! Featuring six of your favorite performers from local stages, you’ll hear musical theatre favorites both old and new. It’s the perfect summer “stay-cation.”

July 29 – Wasatch and District Pipe Band

Enjoy an evening of bagpipe music and Highland dance by Wasatch and District Pipe Band. They claim the distinction of being the highest-ranked bagpipe band west of Texas. They are certainly an audience favorite when it comes to Concerts in the Park!

August 5 – Vivace

Vivace is an energetic group of highly-skilled Suzuki Violinists, ages 9 to 15, directed by Corine Hart. With awards and victories greater than their years, these young performers will have you smiling and humming along in no time!

August 12 – On the Air & Sound Check

Tune in your radio and turn up the volume because this combo is a can’t-miss! Two talented quartets of singers will take you back to the days of old-time radio and the sounds of 20th-century barbershop harmony.

August 19 – Lincoln Highway

Let your cares melt away on a summer evening while you listen to the acoustic band Lincoln Highway. Their concert features folk music in a variety of styles including American old-time, bluegrass, and Celtic/Irish. Make the most of your summer evening with tunes from this amazing group of musicians.

August 26 – Molly in the Mineshaft

Get your dancin’ shoes on and get ready for a night of high-energy music with Molly in the Mineshaft. Their “newgrass,” an upbeat take on traditional Bluegrass, incorporates flavors of contemporary folk, blues, jazz, Celtic music, and more.

September 16 – Ammon and Liahona Olayan

Their Hawaiian heritage may be rooted in culture, but their colorful R&B, pop, and hip-hop soul style is a mashup of dynamic grooves that will have you singing, dancing, laughing, and crying! Come and see why fans all over the world can’t get enough of this brother-sister teen sensation.

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