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August 20
Run the Jewels, House of Lewis
Twilight Concert Series

Mimi Knowles, Static Waves, VanLadyLove
Urban Lounge

Joe Bonamassa
Usana Amphitheatre

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August 21
Slipknot, Lamb of God
Usana Amphitheatre

August 22
The Gipsy Kings, Nicolas Reyes, Tonino Baliard
Deer Valley

August 23
Sublime, Rome
Usana Amphitheatre

August 24
Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club
Red Butte Gardens

"Weird Al" Yankovic
Sandy Amphitheater

August 25
Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion
Red Butte Gardens

August 26
Park City All Star Jam Session
Deer Valley

Chris Isaak
Sandy Amphitheater

Luke Bryan
Usana Amphitheatre

August 27
Three Days Grace, Like A Storm, Otherwise
The Depot

Juana Ghani
Gallivan Plaza

Suzy Bogguss
Kenley Amphitheater

Luke Bryan
Usana Amphitheatre

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August 28
Colbie Caillat, Christina Perri
Sandy Amphitheater

August 29
Lee Brice
Deer Valley

August 31
Yes, Toto
Red Butte Gardens

September 1
Salt Lake City Jazz Festival
Gallivan Plaza

Los Lonely Boys
Kenley Amphitheater

September 2
Donny Osmond
Sandy Amphitheater

September 3
Social Distortion, Nikki Lane, Drag the Rier
The Depot

Donny Osmond
Kenley Amphitheater

September 4
Taylor Swift
EnergySolutions Arena

Howard Jones
The Egyptian

September 6
Aloe Blacc
Deer Valley

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Cake
Red Butte Gardens

September 8
ZEDD
The Great Saltair

September 9
Australian Pink Floyd Show
Usana Amphitheatre

September 10
Josh Wright
Gallivan Plaza

September 11
LeAnn Rimes
Sandy Amphitheater

September 12
A.J. Croce
Kenley Amphitheater

The Guess Who, Firefall, Orleans, Al Stewart
Sandy Amphitheater

Tim McGraw
Usana Amphitheatre

September 15
Mark Knopfler
Red Butte Gardens

ZZ Top
Canyons

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September 16
Damian Marley, Stephen Marley, Morgan Heritage, Tarrus Riley
Two of Bob Marley's sons, Damian ("Junior Gong") and Stephen ("Ragga") sound like their pop, but clearly aren't impersonators; in addition to the mellow music, the brothers bump some heavier beats, and work more hip hop and dubstep into albums. Expect a couple covers from the reggae legend's discography, but may have new material to perform (fingers crossed, as Damian has been promising the new solo album for a year), including Stephen's new rap/dancehall track, "Ghetto Boy." The brothers are on tour (named after Bob Marley & the Wailer's 1973 release, Catch a Fire) with Morgan Heritage, Tarrus Riley, Jo Mersa and Black Am I. The Complex, 536 W. 100 South, Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m., $38, TheComplexSLC.com

Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
Red Butte Gardens

September 19
David Archuleta
Kenley Amphitheater

Brad Paisley
Usana Amphitheatre

September 21
David Archuleta
Kenley Amphitheater

September 26
Twenty One Pilots
The Great Saltair

September 28
Def Leppard
Usana Amphitheatre

 

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