SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, May 4, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) — Red Butte Garden officials announced Tuesday that plans are underway to resume the Outdoor Concert Series later this summer.
“Deputy Director Derrek Hanson and his team are busy booking artists for shows in August and September with the expectation that the full lineup will be announced the first week in June,” said a news release from the University of Utah.
“Tickets will go on sale June 21 for garden members and for the general public on June 28. Details for purchasing tickets will be available soon on the Red Butte Garden website.”
Utah’s statewide mask mandate was lifted on April 10, but the University of Utah and Red Butte Garden still require use of face coverings indoors, and outdoors when guests are not socially distanced, the news release said.
“As the situation evolves over the next few months, restrictions may change and any impact for concert goers will be posted on the Red Butte Garden website,” the news release added.
Red Butte Garden is the largest botanical garden in the Intermountain West and together with the University of Utah, is a state arboretum. The garden, which opened in 1985, has 21 acres of developed gardens and five miles of hiking trails winding through an extensive natural area, the news release said.