Organizers on Tuesday announced several of the artists that will be featured at the series this year, including Big Boi, Thundercat and St. Vincent.
The five-concert series starts Aug. 19 and continues through Sept. 24. The concerts will take place at the Gallivan Center in downtown Salt Lake City.
"We are so grateful to host this event again for SLC after its first season off in 33 years," the concert series organizers said in a tweet.
ANNOUNCED TODAY! We are so grateful to host this event again for SLC after its first season off in 33 years. Thank you to the artists & sponsors for making this possible! Season tix on-sale now via https://t.co/QeJ7UPXDS0! Individual tix available this Thurs, May 20th at 10am MST pic.twitter.com/jg7LukkBKE— SLCTwilight (@SLCTwilight) May 18, 2021
Here's the full lineup of shows announced for the series:
- Aug. 19: Big Boi, with Strfkr and Laserfang
- Aug. 26: Thundercat, with Remi Wolf and Giraffula
- Sept. 2: Neon Trees, with Peach Tree Rascals and The Rubies
- Sept. 18: St. Vincent, supporting acts to be announced
- Sept. 24: Lake Street Dive, with Pixie and the Partygrass Boys
Season tickets for all five shows are now on sale via 24tix.com. Tickets for the individual shows go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m.
SLC's Twilight series is the latest perennial concert event in Utah to announce a return this year after most such events were postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Ogden Twilight organizers announced their series lineup last month and have since added rock band Spoon for the Sept. 3 show. Organizers of Provo's Stadium of Fire concert also announced last week that country artists Lee Greenwood and Collin Raye will headline their July 3 concert.