2017 Free Summer Concerts On The Commons

Thanks, Holladay, for a great

2017 Concert on the Commons season!

All concerts take place on the Commons at City Hall Park,  Holladay City Building

4580 So. 2300 E.

8:00 pm unless noted

Bring your own Chairs or Blanket. 

​*Alcoholic beverages are not allowed at Holladay City Park.  Wine and Beer will be available for purchase at the Blue Moon Festival on August 5th due to a specific, one day permit from the Utah Alcoholic Beverage Control

Holladay Arts and Excellence in the Community Present:

A special thanks to Lex B. Anderson for concert photgraphy.

Saturday, July 8 – Joe McQueen Quartet
Sax player Joe McQueen will be 98 years old this year and is a jazz and civil rights pioneer in Utah.  He has performed with Will Rogers, Bob Hope, Duke Ellington and Nat King Cole.  Enjoy jazz, 
pop and blues. A Utah Legend

Friday, July 14 – Lark & Spur
Musique de Paris July 14 is the French national holiday, Bastille day. When performing in Paris Lark & Spur stopped traffic as street performers. Lark & Spur performs classic French cabaret and French folk songs, plus gypsy swing, jazz, and bossa nova.

Saturday, July 22  - Salt Lake Sax Summit
Ensemble is 5 of Utah’s top sax players, backed up by piano, guitar, bass, and drums. Program features original arrangements of Gershwin tunes and award-winning ballroom dancers.

Saturday, July 29 – Night On Broadway
Michael Chipman and Melinda Kirigin-Voss singing songs from Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Wicked and more. JoshGrobin and Sarah Brightman songs are also on the program.

Saturday, August 5 – BLUE MOON FESTIVAL 
Joe Muscolino Band
The Joe Muscolino Band performs with infectious energy and enthusiasm, and showcases an amazing variety of sound from the best, most talented musicians available. They masterfully perform the classics of Frank Sinatra, to the sweet soul sounds of The Temptations, along with the current sounds of Academy Award winner Adele, makes The Joe Muscolino Band in demand around the state of Utah. They consistently deliver unforgettable musical magic.

Saturday, August 12 – Philip Kuehn Orchestra
Philip Kuehn directs the music department at Snow College. He has also worked with Harry Connick Jr and Jon Baptiste. Soul and pop tunes and with horns vocals and strings. Very strong, very unique presentation. New York kind of guy.

Saturday, August 19 – Night Star Orchestra
Night Star is an 18 piece big band directed by trombone player 
Randy Madsen, and fronted by two great singers, Katrina Cannon and Con Curran. This is classic swing music, including a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald.

Saturday, August 26 – Fly Me To The Moon
Michael Buble and Frank Sinatra style music.