Utah Valley Event Calendar
Sun, rain or snow - Utah Valley has events for every season. Whether you're outdoorsy, indoorsy, or somewhere in-between, there's something for everyone. If you're planning a trip to Utah Valley, browse our upcoming events below. Sort by category, region, date, or keyword to create an itinerary filled with festivals, concerts, museum visits, and so much more so there's never a dull moment when you visit Utah Valley!
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UTAH VALLEY SPOTLIGHT
"This is the Christ," an…
The Utah Valley Singles Choir will present "This is The Christ". Admission is free. Through the music of Handel, Mozart, DeFord and other great composers, the choir will praise and honor the Easter Celebration. Come join with the choir for this special evening. Age 8 and above recommended.
Festival of Colors
In India Holi announces the arrival of spring and the passing of winter. It is a festival that breathes an atmosphere of social merriment. People bury their hatchets with a warm embrace and throw their worries to the wind. Every nook and corner presents a typically colorful sight. Young and old alike are covered with colors (red, green, yellow, blue, black and silver). People in small groups are seen singing, dancing and throwing colors on each other. Colors are thrown every 2 hours. There will be musical interludes, the lighting of a bonfire, burning of an effigy, and the throwing of dry colors on friends and foe alike. The dry powders supplied by the temple are non stain, but still guests are cautioned not to wear their "Saturday Best." Take Spanish Fork exit 257 and look for parking signs. Shuttles buses will run from parking areas at Spanish Fork Fair Grounds, SF Sport Complex, and Salem Hills High School. There is a $2 fee to ride the shuttle. Photos by Paul Nash.
Battle of the Brushes: O…
Come see featured artists Rick Kinateder and Scott Bevan as they showcase their art using both oil and watercolor techniques.
Easter Messiah Sing-Alon…
Back by popular demand, author Tim Slover will provide narration about Handel and the creation of his famous oratorio Messiah as Utah Lyric Opera soloists and chamber orchestra perform high-lights appropriate to the Easter season. The audience will sing along to the choruses.
Great American Songbook
Were you born too late? If so, go back in time and experience the most important and influential American popular songs of the 20th century. Tap your toes down memory lane as we swing between the 1920s and the 1950s, and remember again why these songs have enduring popularity.
The Broadway epic finally comes to the HCTO stage! Spanning several years of his lifetime, Les Mierables tells the story of Jean Valjean, a runaway convict seeking redemption after serving 19 years in prison for stealing a loaf of bread. His journey to freedom collides and converges with the lives of the worst and the best of humanity. Based on Victor Hugo's epic 19th century novel.
Provo High School Choirs
Enjoy a night of song with the amazing choirs from Provo High School!
Seven Peaks Spring Festival
Seven Peaks is excited to announce our first holiday event in 2015! Just another excuse to use your Pass of All Passes! Simply present your valid Pass at the gate and get free admission! If you're not a passholder you can still come enjoy all that we have to offer. Start planning your spring break today!
The American Heritage Lyceum Orchestras Program consists of five audition-only ensembles open to students ages 5 to 18. Named the top Arts Organization in the state by Best of State Utah in 2013, the Lyceum Orchestra Program has provided world-class musical instruction and performance opportunities to Utah students for over 25 years. Talented young musicians come from across the state to be immersed in this family-friendly, community youth orchestra program hosted by American Heritage School. This award-winning orchestra program is open to students regardless of where they attend school and with five ensembles each at different ability levels, we strive to meet every student at the threshold of their learning.
Research Revolution: Usi…
How do you fight infectious, devastating bacteria that have been killing off honeybees for decades? A team of BYU students discovered a major breakthrough in their goal to save the lives of billions of honeybees across the world. This event is part of the Orem Library's sixth annual Research Revolution series, which focuses on research and exploration happening in the community related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
Art Exhibition: Shaping …
This reinstallation of the Museum’s permanent American collection will allow visitors to interpret our ever-expanding collection in new ways. The exhibition will examine American identity, emphasizing the multicultural perspective intrinsic to the American experience. It will showcase approximately eighty works of art, including painting, sculpture, and photography. The exhibition will elicit reflection on the role of the artworks in both revealing and contributing to cross-cultural encounters and exchanges in the formation of American identity. The new show will replace American Dreams, the last iteration of our permanent collection.
Beyond Memory: The Daydr…
A sometimes humorous, always insightful collection of pictures assembled digitally from photos of ancestors creating surreal and quirky visual narratives about psychological predicaments. Watch for odd juxtapositions, non sequiturs, and the possible element of surprise.
Portraits of Childhood: …
These 'portraits' invite visitors to ponder the sacred nature of children as they study the beautifully depicted scenes of children working, playing, and learning about the world around them. On loan from the LDS Church History Museum.
Russian Stories, Soviet …
Step into Russia during the Soviet Union era. Russian Stories, Soviet Ideals is a fascinating exploration of the duality of the ideals of the centralized Soviet government and the realities of everyday life for the Russian (and non-Russian) people – politically, at work, at home, and on the land. Featuring Soviet artwork with highlights from the Jerald Jacobs collection. This dynamic exhibition depicts sweeping as well as personal stories that raises such questions as what were the ideals of the Soviet government for the factory, the home, and the farm? How did this affect the life of the women, men, and children in these spaces? How did they assert their own ideas, culture, and family ideals into the one-party, centrally controlled Soviet Union?
Strayboots Interactive S…
Follow fun clues and go on an adventure through the history, food, and culture of BYU with your smartphone or tablet. Choose from BYU campus or Legacy Hall as you receive fun challenges, earn points, take crazy photos, answer trivia, and discover amazing things! Fun for families, dates, or groups.