Utah loves live music. Regardless of the season, you can find a concert nearly any night of the week. In summer the fun spreads, and stages go up at outdoor venues all around the state. Salt Lake City hosts its wildly popular Twilight Concert Series once a week. The Red Butte Garden attracts some of the most famous artists from around the world, from The Moody Blues to The Gypsy Kings. And Park City's venues at The Canyons and Deer Valley see the likes of the Utah Symphony and other big-time professional acts from around the country. And just recently, Provo added to this list of impressive outdoor concerts with its all-new Rooftop Concert Series.
Stating, “We love Provo, we love fun, we love music. Put those all together and you end up with free concerts on a roof,” the organizers of this series work to bring one concert to Provo each month from May through October each year. Spanning six months, this covers half the year. The series showcases a variety of genres. Shows take place on the first Friday of the month, and start at 8pm. Concert goers are encouraged to bring their own, low-to-the-ground chairs and blankets for maximum enjoyment of the concert. The best part is: concerts are open to all ages, and cost nothing to attend.