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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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Jul. 18 - Aug. 30

The Salt Lake Seven, a collaborative group of Utah photographers, challenge each other by embracing spontaneity, vulnerability and risk taking. Through group critiques and evaluations, their work is elevated beyond merely beautiful to provoke deeper thoughts, connections and… Read More

Aug. 30

Come cheer on our wolverines as the women's soccer team takes on the University of Montana.… Read More

Aug. 11 - Sep. 19

Ballet West presents an exclusive traveling exhibit of original ballet costumes at Zions Bank financial centers in Utah County. The exhibit is free to the public. Lehi – Aug. 10-23: 1432 E. 3500 N. Provo – Aug. 24-Sept. 7: 180 N. University Ave Ste. 100 Provo … Read More

Aug. 14 - Sep. 5
  • Phone:
    707-722-7529

Grassroots is reaching out into the world of Shakespeare and exploring some other unique elements practiced back in Shakespeare's day. The Run The Run Begins August 14th and plays Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays until September 5th. Tickets at the door a… Read More

Aug. 3 - Aug. 31

Movies in the Park occurs every Monday in August. Movies start at dusk.… Read More

Aug. 21 - Sep. 26

Based on true events, The Diary of Anne Frank is the story of thirteen-year-old Anne Frank, a Jewish girl in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam in World War II. She, along with seven others, survive for two years in the secret attic annex of Prinsengracht 263 in … Read More

Aug. 31
  • Phone:
    801-852-7009

The USAF Band of the Golden West will present a free concert featuring Travis Brass, August 31 at Covey Center for the Arts in Provo Utah at 7:30 pm. For free tickets or more information about the concert contact the Box Office at Box Office- 801-852-7007.… Read More

On-Going Events

Jul. 18 - Aug. 30

Join us as we celebrate 42 years of a favorite Utah tradition. This exhibition features quilts of various styles and designs, both traditional and contemporary offering quilt lovers a visual feast of color, texture, pattern and style.   The Springville Museum o… Read More

Mar. 22 - Mar. 1 2018
  • Phone:
    801-422-8287

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. … Read More

Jun. 19 - Sep. 30

In the video series Tsu Heidei Shugaxtutaan (pronounced soo HAYdee shoe GAK tu tahn), performers dance to seemingly unlikely soundtracks, juxtaposed on the wall in black and white in balanced beats. One hears the video before actually seeing it, and the artist delights in th… Read More

May. 13 - Jan. 6 2016

Step back in time and take a retro road trip through Utah’s unique scenery at the Springville Museum of Art’s Family Vacation. This nostalgic exhibition will feature work from Stephanie Deer, John Clark, and the Springville Museum of Art permanent collection. &nb… Read More

Jun. 19 - Dec. 31 2016

The two translucent structures filtering through the Museum's skylight appear to be luminous rays of light refracted through a giant prism. Gabriel Dawe's stunning Plexus no. 29 is a corporeal installation of colored filament meticulously threaded between the Museum's mezzan… Read More

Started Jun. 24

Five Centuries of Religious Art from the Collection of the BYU Museum of Art. This depiction of a youthful Christ working in his Judean home exemplifies the long-standing artistic pursuit explored in In Word and Deed - to translate narratives and stories from the Bible … Read More

Jun. 19 - Oct. 3

C.C.A. Christensen is best known for his panorama tracing the events of early Church history, from Joseph Smith's first vision to the pioneers' entrance into the Salt Lake Valley in July 1847. He created 23 dramatic scenes - of which 22 survive - depicting the miracles and p… Read More

May. 26 - Dec. 29

Bring your knitting, crocheting, sewing, or just yourself to this laidback weekly gathering of crafters. Join us for free beginning crochet lessons. Bring your own yard and crochet hook (size G or H)  … Read More

Feb. 11 - Jun. 1 2017

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 wor… Read More

Jun. 24 - Mar. 31 2018

Selected Works from the Permanent Collection of American Art.… Read More

Jun. 28 - Sep. 6

Join us every Sunday on Ray's lawn from 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. throughout the summer for a free weekly concert series featuring local artists and bands. 2015 Lineup June 28 Matthew & The Hope July 5 Tony Holiday July 12 Red Desert Ramblers J… Read More

Started Jan. 1

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 fami… Read More

Aug. 14 - Jan. 5 2016

Highlighting masterworks of British art spanning six centuries, Treasures of British Art captures the history, personality, landscape and culture of Mother England through one of the finest British art collections in the United States.… Read More

Jun. 19 - Sep. 19

In 1880-1920, the Navajo wove modernity into their traditional rugs. Trains, trading posts, and soda pop all became part of the ever adapting and progressing Navajo narrative. The Lucke Collection of pictorial weavings offer a snapshot of reservation life, synthesizing tradi… Read More

Jun. 1 - Sep. 5

This summer, the Museum of Ancient Life features a one-of-a-kind exhibit featuring the seven ancient and seven modern wonders of the world… in balloon form. Balloon Guy Entertainment featuring Jeremy Telford and his team, will be on-site at the Museum of Ancient Life … Read More

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