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At Thanksgiving Point, the Utah Symphony will perform in an outdoor summer concert



Lehi, Utah – Thanksgiving Point’s Utah Symphony will perform in the evening against the backdrop of the Waterfall Amphitheatre, which is tucked away within the Ashton Gardens.

Come enjoy the sounds of nature and music.

The Utah Symphony is getting ready for a patriotic concert featuring opera, songs, and music by John Williams, who is best known for his scores for popular movies like “Star Wars,” “E.T.”, “Jurassic Park,” and many more. This event is part of the orchestra’s Summer in Concert series.

In addition to having a stunning waterfall as its background, the concert will conclude with a fireworks display.

Tuesday, June 25 is the date of the concert at Waterfall Amphitheatre. 8:30 p.m. is when the show will begin, with gates opening at 6:30 p.m. To secure the greatest seat, it is advised that visitors arrive early.

General admission and reserved seating are available for purchase at Members of Thanksgiving Point get a 10% discount on all tickets.

Thanksgiving Point has hosted performances by the Utah Symphony for the past 15 years, allowing guests to enjoy both the music and the surreal surroundings at the same time.

Founded in 1940, the Utah Symphony is well-known throughout the world for its concerts. The Utah Symphony performs in more than 175 concerts a season and employs 87 full-time professional musicians. Matthew Straw, the Utah Symphony’s assistant conductor and the youngest-ever recipient of the Solti Foundation US’s Career Assistance Award in 2022, will lead the Thanksgiving Point concert.


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