SALT LAKE COUNTY ARTS & CULTURE VENUE RENTAL NOTICE
September 2021 – Salt Lake County Arts & Culture, in coordination with the Salt Lake County Health Department, is actively monitoring the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic and any changes in those numbers and compliance in our facilities may impact our ability to continue to offer events in our venues. We are closely monitoring events that take place at our venues to confirm health guidelines are effective in ensuring the safety of attendees, performers, staff, and the general community. Event guidelines are subject to change, up to and including venue closure, at any time regardless of the booking status of the event. Events that do not comply with our guidelines in place at the time of the event may not be allowed to take place and may not be able to book events again until health & safety guidelines are lifted.
Salt Lake County Arts & Culture offers five of Utah’s finest performing venues, including four in downtown Salt Lake City and the Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center in Taylorsville. In addition to the performance venues, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (UMOCA) is a staple in the downtown arts scene. We offer a variety of space options for events of all types with nine theaters, reception spaces, dance studios, and meeting rooms all fully equipped with the essential amenities. We have a team of experienced event and production professionals here to assist you in making your event a success.
Abravanel Hall’s outstanding acoustics make this 2,700-seat concert hall an ideal space for concerts and comedy events. The Hall’s grand four-story lobby and elegant First Tier room with sophisticated architecture and spectacular city views makes it an exceptional setting for parties and receptions.
Abravanel Hall Rental Information
George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater
Inspiring architecture by Pelli Clarke Pelli makes the Eccles Theater an exceptional space for theatrical events as well as extraordinary gatherings. The 2,500 seat Delta Performance Hall offers a state-of-the-art stage for Broadway, concerts, comedy, and family performances, while the six story grand lobby, dramatic retractable walls, outdoor terraces, and great food will make your party or meeting unforgettable.
Eccles Theater Rental Information
Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre
Classical architecture and 1,790-seat Proscenium Theater make it an excellent home for dance, musicals, opera, theater, concerts, comedy and more. The theatre’s Capitol Room and upscale rooftop lounge and terrace offer unique settings for meetings and receptions.
Capitol Theatre Rental Information
Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center
Located in Taylorsville, the Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center brings premiere performance and rehearsal spaces a fast-growing section of the valley. This thoughtfully designed venue includes the 400-seat Mainstage Theater, the 200-seat Studio Theater, and a multi-use rehearsal and event space — as well as technical support spaces and equipment.
Mid-Valley Rental Information
Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
The Rose Wagner is a versatile performance venue comprised of three theatres including the 501-seat Jeanne Wagner Theatre; the 191-seat Leona Wagner Black Box; and the 75-seat Studio Theatre as well as four dance studios and reception spaces. The Rose is a vital hub for emerging and established artists and performing arts companies.
The Rose Rental Information
Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, UMOCA’s uniquely designed spaces and innovative exhibitions make it the perfect venue for an evening social or regional business meeting. If you are interested in renting UMOCA’s space, please send an email describing your event and requested date to Emily Byrd at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UMOCA Rental Information
Virtual Events at Arts & Culture Venues
Venue closures over the last year have required arts organizations to reimagine how to present programs and many have moved their artistic experiences to a digital format. This is an effective way to stay connected with audiences and continue to perform.
As we move back to in-person performances, virtual programs remain a safe and creative way to present your work allowing you to stay engaged with patrons who do not immediately feel safe attending large events.
Virtual programs also allow you to complement your in-person performances by increasing audience size in limited capacity venues or to create additional seats for a type of “unlimited capacity”.
And you can reach new audiences who may have typically had barriers to attending in-person events or those who have grown accustomed to the comfort and convenience of virtual options.
Virtual Performance Rentals
To support online programming, Salt Lake County Arts & Culture now offers virtual performance rentals including:
- Specific rental rates at any of our theaters
- In-house streaming equipment packages
- Digital content ticketing services
- Marketing support
The streaming equipment can be used at any of our five venues: Abravanel Hall, Capitol Theatre, Eccles Theater, the Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center, and the Rose Wagner. With ten beautiful and classic stages available, we offer the perfect backdrop and technical support for any performance.