Entertainment

Top Choice Live Music in Salt Lake City

Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Hearing the world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir is a must-do on any SLC bucket list. A live choir broadcast goes out every Sunday at 9:30am. September through November, and January through May, attend in person a…
Top Choice Opera in Santa Fe

Santa Fe Opera

Many visitors flock to Santa Fe for the opera alone: the theater is a marvel, with 360-degree views of sandstone wilderness crowned with sunsets and moonrises, while at center stage the world's finest talent perform…
Soccer in Salt Lake City

Real Salt Lake

Salt Lake's winning Major League Soccer team (pronounced ree-al) has a loyal local following and matches are fun to take in at the Rio Tinto Stadium.
Basketball in Salt Lake City

Utah Jazz

Utah Jazz, the men's professional basketball team, plays at the Vivint Smart Home Arena, where concerts are also held.
Theater in Ogden

Motor-Vu Drive-In

The kids will love piling in the car to catch a flick at this old-time drive-in movie theater. There's a swap-meet here on Saturday at 8am.
Theater in Salt Lake City

Eccles Theatre

Opened in 2016, this gorgeous building has two theaters, one seating 2500 people, showing Broadway shows, concerts and other entertainment.
Theater in St George

OC Tanner Amphitheater

Outdoor amphitheater surrounded by red rock; stages classical, bluegrass, country and other concerts and performances.
Arts Center in Park City

Eccles Center

Hosts theater, dance, live music and talks organized by the Park City Institute. Check the website for events.
Baseball in Albuquerque

Albuquerque Isotopes

First of all: yes, the city’s baseball team really was named for the episode of The Simpsons, ‘Hungry, Hungry Homer,’ when America’s favorite TV dad tried to keep his beloved Springfield Isotopes from moving to Albu…
Live Music in Taos

Alley Cantina

It figures that the oldest building in Taos is a comfy bar. Built almost four centuries ago by Pueblo Indians, and briefly the office of New Mexico’s first US Territorial Governor, it’s now a rambling, friendly plac…