Events for Live Music

ARC: Art for the Recovery Community Livestream Concert

ARC: Art for the Recovery Community is an annual art festival hosted by the Utah Society of Addiction Medicine to showcase and celebrate artists in recovery. We come together in order to share our work, celebrate the process of recovery, and utilize art’s unique power to open, expand, and deepen channels of communication and understanding within our local community ARC is thrilled to present our second annual festival on September 21-27, hosted virtually this year to create a unique community artistic experience. ARC 2020 includes a Digital Gallery where you can explore virtual exhibitions with work by local visual artists in recovery, in addition to daily artist features and interviews.

The Digital Gallery will be available for public viewing on the ARC website from September 21-27. The weeklong festival will culminate in a Livestream Concert featuring a wonderful lineup of local poets, musicians, and other performing artists – including groups such as Dance With Sobriety, local band The Waldron Brothers, and more.

The concert will broadcast online on September 26, 7:00pm (MDT) on the ARC website.

Joel Willes Acoustic Noise Show

Acoustic music that is unique, engaging to the listener, and challenges the notion of a striclty acoustic performance. Refer to @joelwilles on Instagram for more information and links to music.


Live at the Eccles Presents Juanes Tuesday, October 6th. ArtTix is the official source for tickets for Live at the Eccles Events. Throughout Juanes groundbreaking career, Colombian music superstar has remained dedicated to three essential tenets of his creativity. The natural songwriting of “a soulful poet” (NYT) frequently exploring our capacity to love and the foundational strength it provides our lives, the long-practiced skill of a highly accomplished guitar player, and a deep reverence for the indigenous folkloric rhythms that have fueled the musical culture of Colombia and Latin America as a whole. Now, as the follow-up to his trailblazing visual album Mis Planes Son Amarte - which earned two Latin Grammys and a 5-Star Rolling Stone review for taking fans up to the stars as a conduit to search for timeless love and past traditions, Juanes brings his guitar and folkloric passions back with his latest album “Más Futuro Que Pasado”. One of Colombia’s greatest cultural exports that have woven its way into the musical fabric across the Americas is the propulsive rhythm of Cumbia. Now, with much of the world once again opening its ears wider to the sounds of Latin music, Juanes is extending a global invitation for all to delve and dance even deeper.