While the summer is halfway over, there are still lots of great, free, outdoor concerts to enjoy in Utah Valley! The music scene is booming here, and many cities and venues are hosting bands from the area, and even some national and international groups. A full listing can be found at utahvalley.com,

The City of Orem has multiple venues hosting summer concerts. At the City Center Park, the Orem Arts Council is presenting its 4th Annual Outdoor Summer Concert Series at The Stage. Remaining free concerts include the Red Desert Ramblers (bluegrass) on July 20, America's violinist Jenny Oaks Baker on July 25 and B. D. Howes Band (classic rock) on July 27

Sundance also has its annual Sundance Sounds of Summer Concert Series every Sunday night through September 6. Their schedule is as follows:
July 19 - Dan Weldon
July 26 - Please Be Human
August 2 - The Hardy Brothers
August 9 - The #1's
August 16 - Matthew & The Hope
August 23 - Nate Robinson Trio with special guest Basil Katz
August 30 - Joy & Eric
September 6 - Tony Holiday

Pleasant Grove also has their Concert in the Park series. Concerts are held outside the community center on Locust Avenue. Concerts will be mostly on Sundays at 7:30, with Winchester playing on a Monday night.
July 19: Joy Lloyd (Contemporary Organ)
July 26: Scott Hunt and Family (Contemporary and Classical)
August 2: Funeral Potatoes (Variety)
Aug 3: Winchester (Pop/ Rock)
Aug 9: Jerri Warnick (Swing)
Aug 16: Brandie Frampton (Singer/ Songwriter)
Aug 23: Cameo Club (An Entertainment Smorgasbord)

American Fork has been doing its Concerts in the Park since June, and has two remaining shows. On July 20, Kimberly Knighton will be opening for Joshua Creek. On July 27, the final show of the summer will showcase John Lane performing, featuring Julie Riding.

Provo's Rooftop Concert Series takes place on the first Friday of every month through September. There will be concerts in downtown Provo in front of the NuSkin building August 7th and September 4th.