Utah Symphony in Hurricane Valley
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|PLEASE NOTE: The August 14, 2021 “Forever Mighty® Tour” performance, originally scheduled to take place at the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater in Springdale, Utah, has been moved to the Hurricane Community Center Park, on the corner of State Street and 100 West in Hurricane, Utah.
If you weren’t able to get a ticket prior to the event, don’t worry! This event will be open to all attendees.
At the convergence of the Colorado Plateau and Great Basin, Hurricane Valley offers unique opportunities for both recreational and cultural experiences and serves as a beautiful backdrop to lay back and experience the beauty of live orchestral music as the Utah Symphony concludes its Forever Mighty® Tour.
Concert Highlights Include:
- Violinist Aubree Oliverson, a 22-year-old Utah native with an international solo career, performs music by Tchaikovsky, John Williams, and Vivaldi.
- Conner Gray Covington leads the orchestra in “Nimrod” from Elgar’s Enigma Variations in memory of the lives lost to the pandemic.
- We honor the 125th anniversary of Utah, the Beehive State, with Rimsky-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumblebee.
- Listen to “Jupiter” from Holst’s The Planets and John William’s Main Theme from Star Wars as you stare up into Utah’s vast night skies.
SUPPÉ: Light Cavalry Overture
TCHAIKOVSKY: “Mélodie” and “Scherzo” from Souvenir d’un lieu cher (Memory of a dear place)
ELGAR: “Nimrod” from Enigma Variations
RACHMANINOFF: “Allegro vivace” from Symphony No. 2
R. STRAUSS: Introduction from Also sprach Zarathustra
HOLST: “Jupiter” from The Planets
JOHN WILLIAMS: Main Theme from Star Wars
GARDEL (arr. John Williams): Tango “Por una Cabeza”
VIVALDI: “Summer” from The Four Seasons
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Flight of the Bumblebee
TCHAIKOVSKY: 1812 Overture
BIZET: “Farandole” from L’Arlésienne, Suite No. 2
Tickets to Forever Mighty® Tour events are FREE and available beginning May 28th at 12 PM Mountain Time. You can access mobile tickets from the USUO app 72 hours before the performance begins. Download the Utah Symphony | Utah Opera app to view your tickets and concert program. Click here to view our step-by-step tutorial and FAQ.
Before you leave home, please be aware that many of our various tour locations will have limited internet access. We recommend you take a screen shot of your tickets or email confirmation on your mobile device to present at the concert for admission.
If you are unable to retrieve your tickets for any reason, or you’re unable to download the USUO mobile app, our Patron Services team will have a tracking list of all reservations. Please check in at the gate when you arrive.
Tickets must be reserved by Monday, August 9 at 4 PM Mountain Time. A standby line will be open at each venue for day-of admission. All tickets subject to availability.
Ticket reservations can only be guaranteed up to 30 minutes prior to showtime, at which point patrons waiting in the standby line will be admitted.
Tickets will not be printed in advance. Will Call will not be available onsite.
There is a limit of 8 tickets per household.
If you reserve tickets for any event and you are unable to use them for any reason, please let us know so that your tickets may be returned and used by other patrons.
Questions? Please contact us at 801-533-NOTE (6683).
PLAN YOUR EXPERIENCE
ENTRANCE: There is no specific entrance point to this performance – it will be open to all attendees.
PARKING: Parking is open and available on all the side streets around the Pioneer Heritage Park. VIP parking will be near the Main Street Grill.
ACCESSIBILITY: There is limited ADA parking on 100 West on the north side of Pioneer Heritage Park. Additionally, you can drop guests off on 100 West on the blocked-off street.
MERCHANDISE: Utah Symphony and Forever Mighty® Tour merchandise will be available onsite.
PRE-CONCERT ACTIVITIES: Natural History Museum of Utah and Utah Symphony Education will be onsite with activities and information for you to enjoy before the concert begins.
WHAT TO BRING: Bring a chair or blanket to sit on, as well as a water bottle and a hat or umbrella to use before the sun goes down. Program is available on our USUO APP or on our website.
PLACES TO STAY: Visit Greater Zion for a listing of accommodations.
NEARBY RESTAURANTS: Explore local dining options.
Be sure to follow us on the road!
Photos courtesy of Greater Zion Convention & Tourism Office.
Natural History Explorer Corps
The Utah Symphony has teamed up with the Natural History Museum of Utah to promote the Natural History Explorer Corps, an educational road trip adventure through Utah’s 29 counties that encourages Utahns and tourists to find and discover a natural history wonder in every Utah county.
Each landmark is identified by a physical marker: