KRCL Presents: Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real July 30 at Sandy Amphitheater

Lukas Nelson and his band Promise of the Real are set to play Sandy Amphitheater on Sunday, July 30! Tickets on sale now. Details and tickets here. 


KRCL Presents: Wilco at The Eccles Theater on Oct 20

Wilco returns to Salt Lake City at the Eccles Theater on Friday, October 20. Details and tickets here.


KRCL Presents: Deer Tick at The Commonwealth Room on Nov 3

Emotional Contracts, the latest full-length album from Deer Tick, catalogs all the existential casualties that accompany the passing of time, instilling each song with the irresistibly reckless spirit that’s defined the band for nearly two decades. Before heading into the studio with producer Dave Fridmann (The Flaming Lips, Spoon, Sleater-Kinney), the Providence-bred four-piece spent months working on demos in a perpetually flooded warehouse space in their hometown, enduring the busted heating system and massive holes in the roof as they carved out the album’s 10 raggedly eloquent tracks. Emotional Contracts fully echoes the unruly energy of its creation, ultimately making for a heavy-hearted yet wildly life-affirming portrait of growing older without losing heart.


KRCL Presents: St. Paul and the Broken Bones at The Capitol Theater Nov 17

St. Paul & The Broken Bones head to the Capitol Theatre with special guest Maggie Rose on Friday, November 17. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 5 here.


KRCL Presents: The New Pornographers on Sat, Nov 18 at The Commonwealth Room

The New Pornographers' latest album, "Continue As A Guest," is one of our favorite albums released last month and a great addition to the band's already impressive discography. Led by A.C. Newman with Neko Case, Kathryn Calder, John Collins, Todd Fancey, and Joe Seiders, The New Pornographers are exploring fresh territory and shattering the barriers of their collective comfort zone. 


KRCL Presents: Son Volt at The State Room on Wed, Sept 27

In 2020, Son Volt planned to celebrate the 25th anniversary of seminal album, Trace, with a tour that played the album from top to bottom. The pandemic had other plans. Flash forward to 2023 and they are on the road with a setlist that features Trace from beginning to end, an homage to Doug Sahm (Sir Douglas Quintet, Texas Tornados) and a celebration of 28 years of Son Volt. Son Volt’s latest record, Day of the Doug, revisits the music of legendary Texas troubadour Doug Sahm. But it’s much more than fond remembrance and colorful tribute. It is a summoning and a celebration of a songwriter and performer whose work forged country, Tex-Mex, rock, rhythm and blues, folk, and psychedelia into an utterly unique American sound. Day of the Doug steps confidently on the trails Sahm blazed. Like any journey to find a grail, Day of the Doug also seeks out all the things that make young artists fall in love with making music in the first place: adventure, youth novelty, and a chance to snatch a bit of immortality. “It's like reconnecting with a hero,” says Son Volt founder Jay Farrar. “And getting back to the same kind of perspective I had when I was starting out as a younger musician. I think it's just important to step back from what you normally do. Take stock. Take inspiration. And see where it leads from there.”