Moab concert series starts in May

Apr 26, 2022, 9:30 AM
Welcome sign to Moab. A Moab concert series will happen this year....
A sign welcoming people to Moab is pictured on Saturday, April 18, 2020. Photo credit: Kristin Murphy, Deseret News.

MOAB, Utah — The Olson Entertainment Group announced it would bring a year-round concert series to Moab this year. Moab’s Backyard Bash begins in May and will have concerts through October.

Moab’s Backyard Theater will host the concerts. The theater is located at 56 W 100 S. Moab, UT.

Food and drink will be available at each concert, according to the entertainment group’s website. Doors will open at 7 p.m. for each concert.

The Moab concert series will feature 12 concerts; one every Friday. The lineup is:

  • May 6: Lantern by the Sea
  • June 17: Lilliehouse
  • July 1: Rip Cassette
  • July 22: Rally the Band
  • August 5: When the Sun Sets
  • August 26: The Button Ups
  • September 2: The Rubies
  • September 30: Munnin
  • October 7: Harbor Patrol
  • October 14: Drusky
  • October 21: 19 Miles Per Hour
  • October 28: Welcome Home Sundance

Supporting artists will also perform during the concert series.

Tickets to individual concerts are $10 per person, and series tickets are $100 per person. Tickets are available for purchase on the entertainment group’s website.


Today’s Top Stories


The Vivint Arena...
Chandler Holt

Kendrick Lamar, Carrie Underwood, Gorillaz all coming to Utah

Three famous artists will be making stops in Utah on their 2022 tours. All three will be performing at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City.
18 hours ago
FanX 2022 welcomes 'Scream Queen' Neve Campbell....
KellieAnn Halvorsen

FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention to have some ‘Scream’ingly cool celebrity guests for the 2022 convention

This year's FanX event will welcome four "Scream" cast members to its list of celebrity guests.
18 hours ago
Follow @SimoneSeikaly...
Simone Seikaly

Imagine Dragons help pay off Utah music venue’s mortgage

Imagine Dragons and Zions Bank assist in paying off Velour Live Music Gallery's mortgage.
4 days ago
supermoon lunar eclipse map...
Curt Gresseth

Be over the moon because total lunar eclipse coming Sunday to Utah

Patrick Wiggins, NASA solar system ambassador to Utah, explains what a total lunar eclipse is and when it can be witnessed Sunday night in Utah -- provided the skies are clear.
4 days ago
Mural Fest...
Waverly Golden

Mural Fest held in Salt Lake County’s creative hotspot

Mural Fest, held in South Salt Lake, is holding a meet and greet on May 14, 2022, to celebrate artists from all over the state and country.
5 days ago
An image taken from the video 'Elizabeth: The Unseen Queen' of 20-year-old Princess Elizabeth on a ...
Associated Press

Queen’s home movies to be in new documentary for Jubilee

The BBC says that unseen footage of Queen Elizabeth II will be shown in a new documentary.
9 days ago

Sponsored Articles

Curb Appeal...
Price's Guaranteed Doors

How to have the best of both worlds for your house | Home security and curb appeal

Protect your home and improve its curb appeal with the latest security solutions like beautiful garage doors and increased security systems.
Prescription opioids can be disposed of during National Prescription Take Back Day...
Know Your Script

Prescription opioid misuse | How to protect your family from the opioid epidemic

Studies have shown that prescription opioid misuse has increased since COVID-19. So what do you need to know about these opioids?

Tax Tuesday: The Most Common Mistakes People Make When Filing Their Taxes

Fortunately, for most average earners, they will not end up owing overpayments received for the Child Tax Credit in 2021.

Tax Tuesday: How will last year’s child tax credits affect you?

Fortunately, for most average earners, they will not end up owing overpayments received for the Child Tax Credit in 2021.

Tax Tuesday: Key Information Before the Filing Deadline

Businesses can receive a credit of up to $5,000 per employee in 2020 and up to $21,000 per employee in 2021.
national heart month...
Intermountain Healthcare

National Heart Month: 5 Lifestyle Changes to Make Today to Keep You Heart Healthy

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. One person dies every 36 seconds in the United States from cardiovascular disease