School is out, the sun is shining and the shows don’t stop in Salt Lake City in June. Events range from fun for the whole family to adults’ night-out. Check out all of our great events for the month at each of our venues.

For tickets or information about any upcoming show, visit our events page.


Angels in America Part 1: Millennium Approaches (May 30 – June 9)
This is the first part of a two-part examination of the struggles facing all types of Americans, at the height of the AIDS crisis. Although written thirty years ago, Angels in America is as relevant now to the American identity, as when it was first produced. This show is intended for mature audiences.

ManuBhuti – Being Human (June 2)
This performance explores several genres of Indian classical and modern dance, along with live music and spoken word poetry. The whole family is invited to attend.

SB Dance’s Sleeping Beauty (June 14-15)
SB Dance presents Sleeping Beauty, a dance-theater version of the classic fairy tale with a #MeToo warp. The show is suggested for ages 8 and up with an angsty teen or adult sense of humor.

Zero Flux (June 14-16)
Utah’s newest professional dance company Junction Dance Co presents its second annual presentation of Zero Flux. Through their exhilarating artistic voice, athletic style, and live music accompaniment, this cutting edge performance inspires a fresh perspective on life, culture, and dance. Bring the entire family to this new annual event.

No Crime in Sin Film Premiere (June 20)
At its core, this film is about an emotional, lifelong search for hope with a broken compass. Mature themes about sexual abuse, so viewer discretion is advised.

Mark Schultz Charity Concert to benefit First Responders ROSE (June 22)
Mark Schultz is a Christian recording artist sharing messages of hope in a charity concert supporting First Responders Ministry. For ages 8 and up.

Body Logic Dance Festival Adjudication Concert (June 22)
In Body Logic Dance’s Third Annual Choreography Festival, selected works will be performed for a live audience and reviewed and adjudicated by master artists. For ages 8 and up.


Miss Utah Scholarship Competition (June 12-15)
53 candidates from across the state come together in the Miss Utah Scholarship Competition, which has been going on for over 50 years. The categories include talent, on-stage question, evening wear, and social impact initiative. All ages are invited.

David Gray (June 18)
Grammy-nominated David Gray has established himself as one of the UK’s leading artists both at home and overseas with a 25-year career marked by critical praise, numerous accolades and multi-platinum sales over the course of 10 album releases. Everyone ages 8 and up can come experience this artist live.

Eddie Izzard: Wunderbar (June 20)
Eddie Izzard is back to his roots with an all-new show which expands on his own very unique, totally surreal view of life, love, history and his ‘theory of the universe’. For mature audiences.

Jim James + Claypool Lennon Delirium (June 21)
Jim James and Claypool Lennon Delirium co-headline a North American tour starting in Salt Lake City. Come experience a concert unlike any other with the “finest in rock and roll delirium.” For ages 8 and up.

RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles (June 22)
Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles celebrates the 50th anniversary of Abbey Road, the last album they all recorded together. Come jam out to all of your favorite Beatles hits. Recommended for ages 8 and up.

Rent (June 25-30)
This groundbreaking show placed in New York City during the AIDS crisis follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without selling out. Join the 20th anniversary tour to celebrate seasons of love. This show is intended for mature audiences.


Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert (June 20-22)
Watch your favorite young witches and wizards in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire on the big screen, with the score played live by Utah Symphony. This event is intended for audiences 5 years and older.

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