Holladay Arts and Excellence in the Community Present: 2018

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

2018 Free Summer Concerts On The Commons

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

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July 14: Michael Chipman & Melinda Kirigan Voss
Night of Disney Music - Two extraordinary singers perform favorite Disney songs.  If you like vocalists like Josh Groban, Sarah Brightman, Barbara Streisand, Celine Dion, this show is for you. With Dr. Jared Pierce on piano.


July 21: Tad Calcara New Swing Band
Tad Calcara has been principal clarinet of the Utah Symphony since 1999.  When not performing with the Utah Symphony he leads his 16-piece New Deal Swing Big Band with music from the 1930s and 40s.


July 28: 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.


August 4: Josh Wright
Billboard #1 artist Dr. Josh Wright has delighted audiences across the United States and in Europe. The Washington Post described him as a pianist possessing “rarer gifts – touch, intelligence and the ability to surprise.”


August 11: Caleb Chapman Soundhouse Bands 
Musicians ages 10-18 perform a wide variety of styles from soul to swing, rock to reggae, and funk to fusion. The program is built on a unique philosophy of empowerment, musicianship, powerful experiences, and mentorship.


August 18: Troubadour 77
T77 is boldly leading the charge and taking fans back to the Rock n’ Roll, California Country and Singer-Songwriter roots of the 1970s. Delight in the sounds of classic rock from the Eagles to Jackson Browne with a new spin.  


August 25: Blue Moon Festival:

Changing Lanes Experience: This group of talent is high energy playing classic Motown hits to the ears of young people and old school lovers alike.  Made up of some of Utah's finest musicians, most members have been playing together for 10 years or better. The chemistry is undeniable and the musical intellect is unchallenged.


Red Rock Hot Club: One of the country’s best Gypsy Jazz groups.  “Gypsy Jazz” is a European take of an American Art form and the music swings hard with upbeat, fast pumping tempos.



Bands subject to change