Summer 2017 at USANA

If you are done with the snow this winter, the good news is United Concerts already has more than a half dozen shows lined up for the 2017 season at USANA Amphitheatre. Something to look forward to get over the winter blahs!

June 7

Dead and Company

Grateful Dead alum Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir go on a cross-country tour this summer, playing some big venues like Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. This is your chance to see them in USANA’s quaint setting.

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Def Leppard/Poison/Tesla

Def Leppard returns for another summer, seeking their 6th consecutive sellout at USANA. Once again, they’re bringing a triple bill lineup. And the rumors of a Poison reunion were true. Bret Michaels and company will be hitting the road for a full tour for the first time in several years.  And Tesla, who are better than an opening band position, never disappoint.

defleppard_websiteJuly 6

Train/OAR/Natasha Bedingfield

New album, new tour for Pat Monahan and crew.

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July 7

Iron Maiden/Ghost

Maiden’s last visit to USANA was so good, you knew they’d be back, this time in support of their latest album, The Book of Souls. Opening the show will be the Swedish metal band Ghost, so expect a big night of theatrics at USANA.

ironmaiden_website_revised_2Aug. 8

Green Day/Catifsh and the Bottlemen

Finally! Green Day returns after a long absence.

greenday_admat_presale_revisedAug. 26

Foreigner/Cheap Trick/Bonham

Lou Gramm isn’t expected to make an appearance in Utah. But Kelly Hansen, who was done an excellent job as lead singer for a decade now, will join Mick Jones and crew as they celebrate Foreigner’s 40tn anniversary. Rock-n-roll Hall of Famers and hard touring veterans Cheap Trick will also be there. Bonham, as in son of the iconic Led Zeppelin drummer (also a former drummer for Foreigner), will open.

Sept. 1

The Australian Pink Floyd Show

The ultimate Pink Floyd tribute band – so good, you’ll swear it was the real thing – returns with their Best Side of the Moon Tour.

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