Noon Year’s Eve 2018
Dec. 31
Join us at Noon Year’s Eve as we count down to the new year with a celebration fit for the whole family! Explore the Natural History Museum of Utah and enjoy hands-on activities, rockin’ music, and an anticipative countdown to an explosion of confetti as we welcome in 2018… a little early.
$7.95 – $12.95 
Last Hurrah at The Gateway
Dec 31
Downtown SLC Presents and The Gateway are excited to announce a new collaboration, “Last Hurrah”, presented by Comcast NBC Universal. This free event will be open to the public on New Year’s Eve, from 8 PM – midnight.
Tracy Aviary’s Winter Wednesdays
Jan 3
Tracy Aviary – Salt Lake Ciity
And what’s the best part of all of this? On the first and third Wednesday of each Month, November through February, admission is only $1! That dollar goes toward conservation efforts to help protect endangered species. Your $1 admission isn’t just a visit to Tracy Aviary, it also helps save birds.
New Year’s Tale of different stories (in Russian)
Jan 4
Jeanne Wagner Theatre – Salt Lake CIty
New Years – one of the best times for stories and presents! Young or old, join us on January 4th for a holiday adventure told through many stories and characters. The touring international theater group with artists from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Armenia will enlighten your holiday experience.
$35 – $50 
Think About It… Featuring Dee-Dee Darby-Duffin
Jan 4 – Jan 6
The Grand Theatre – Salt Lake City
A night of music that will make you laugh, cry, ponder and wonder as Dee-Dee takes you on a journey of jazz.rhythm and blues, and soul.
$10 – $20 
Hilary Hahn plays Dvorák’s Violin Concerto
Jan 5
Abravanel Hall – Salt Lake City
“Impetuous and authoritative, brilliant and beautiful” (The New York Times), GRAMMY Award-winning violinist Hilary Hahn returns to perform Dvorák’s highly dramatic Violin Concerto.
$15 – $88 
Monster Jam
Jan 5 – Jan 6
Vivint  Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake City
Monster Jam Triple Threat Series™ brings adrenaline-charged family entertainment to fans across the country. This points-based format showcases athletes as they go head-to-head in seven different competitions.
$15 – $65 
Booker T. Jones
Jan 6
The State Room – Salt Lake City
It can be argued that it was Booker T. Jones who set the cast for modern soul music and is largely responsible for its rise and enduring popularity.
$42 – $100 
Jan 5 – Jan 6
Jeanne Wagner Theatre – Salt Lake City
A special add-on to our season, EMERGE features choreography solely by the RDT dancers. This show sold out last season so you’ll want to get your tickets early. 
Arturo Sandoval Sextet
Jan 6
Capitol Theatre – Salt Lake City
A blazing, technically flawless trumpeter from Cuba, Arturo Sandoval is the recipient of 10 Grammy Awards. He dazzles audiences all over the world with his bop-flavored flurries, his golden, mellow tone on ballads, and his sure, subtle sense of swing.
MARKIPLIER’S You’re Welcome Tour
Jan 6
Eccles Theater – Salt Lake City
One of YouTube’s biggest stars is hitting the road for the first time ever! Comedic vlogger Markiplier has assembled the ultimate cast of characters to guarantee audiences a never-before-seen adventure, live on stage.
$40 – $125 
Something Rotten!
Jan 9 – Jan 14
Eccles Theater – Salt Lake City
Set in the ‘90s – the 1590s – this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers who are desperate to write their own hit play while the “rock star” Shakespeare keeps getting all the hits.
$35 – $110 
Good Vibrations! A celebration of the Beach Boys
Jan 11 – Jan 13
SCERA – Orem
The only show that re-creates the timeless California spirit and incredible music of The Beach Boys as it was meant to be experienced! Good Vibrations features a cast from founding Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson and Al Jardine’s touring bands, perfectly qualified to faithfully re-produce all their legendary songs and harmonies.
$12 – $14 
Fischer conducts Rachmaninoff & Stravinsky
Jan 12 – Jan 13
Abravanel Hall – Salt Lake City
Stephen Hough, “one of the finest pianists of the age” (St. Louis Post-Dispatch), returns to perform Rachmaninoff’s boldly romantic Piano Concerto No. 1.
$15 – $83 
Utah International Auto Expo
Jan 12 – Jan 14
Southtowne Expo Center – Sandy
New cars, trucks and SUVs will fill the South Towne Exposition Center for the 2018 Utah International Auto Expo! Friday, January 12 – Monday, January 15, 2018.
Free – $10 
G3 2018: Joe Satriani
Jan 16
Eccles Theater – Salt Lake City
Guitar legends Joe Satriani (15 Grammy nominations), John Petrucci (Dream Theater), and Phil Collen (Def Leppard) are bringing the massively popular G3 tour to the Eccles!
$50 – $482 
Hell On A Highway Tour ft. Justin Moore
Jan 20
Maverik Center – West Valley City
Be at Maverik Center when the Hell On A Highway Tour featuring Justin Moore with special guest Dylan Scott rolls into town January 20th.
33.75 – $46.75 
Jan 23
Eccles Theater – Salt Lake City
The six men comprising Styx have committed to rocking the Paradise together with audiences far and wide by entering their second decade of averaging over 100 shows a year, and each one of them is committed to making the next show better than the last.
$59.50 – $125 
The Sound of Music – Sing-A-Long
Jan 24
Peery’s Egyptian Theater – Ogden
Come sing-a-long to the The Sound of Music when it is shown on the big screen at Peery’s Egyptian Theater January 24th!
Bill Engvall
Jan 26
Abravanel Hall – Salt Lake Ciy
Bill’s first album, Here’s Your Sign, is certified platinum and held the #1 position on the Billboard Comedy Chart for 15 straight weeks. His second album, Dorkfish, also debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Comedy Chart, as did his subsequent comedy albums. Bill has written several books, including his 2007 autobiography Bill Engvall –Just A Guy.
$45 – $59 
Brad Paisley Weekend Warrior Tour
Feb 1
Vivint Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake City
Country music superstar Brad Paisley has announced the continuation of his highly successful Weekend Warrior World Tour with dates added in 2018.
$26 – $126 
Park City Tubbing
Gorgoza Park – Park City
Located two miles east of Parley’s Summit off of I-80, Gorgoza Park offers 7 tubing lanes, mini-snowmobiles, and the Fort Frosty play area for children under 3 years of age.
$6 – $44 
Fat Bike Tour
White Pines – Park City
We rent high-performance fat bikes from Trek and Specialized and have all the gear and clothing so you can enjoy a chilly winter ride while making sure that your hands, feet, head and core stay plenty warm.
Starting at $100 
Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides
‚ÄčCanyons Resort – Park City
Horse Drawn Private and Group Sleigh Rides in Park City, Utah. Bundle up and experience a lovely snowy sleigh ride from Canyons Resort.  Join us for a scenic 25 minute horse drawn sleigh ride through Willow Draw complete with blankets provided for your comfort during the ride.
4 Passengers $125 
Luna Lobos Dog Sledding
Rancho Luna Lobos – Peoa
Come join our experienced dog sled teams as they take you for a thrilling ride!  Meet our Iditarod and rescue dogs and see them in their element and show you what they can do!!
Starting at $185 
Whisper Ridge Cat Skiing
Whisper Ridge – Eden
Whisper Ridge Cat Skiing is the World’s premier backcountry powder-skiing/boarding destination. Boasting over 60,000 acres of private ski terrain, 8 custom PistenBully snowcats and 10 mountain-top yurts.
Starting at $550 
Park City SnowCat Skiing
The Uinta Mountains
“If we could only sit on a cold, wet chairlift, this day would be so much better…” -SAID NO ONE EVER
Starting at $589 
Red Pine Adventures – Park City
Red Pine Adventures is Park City’s premier mountain guiding service. We are Park City’s only locally convenient guiding company, located next to the Canyons Village, which means less driving, and more adventuring. With over 1,000 acres of private land available to explore, our winter wonderland is yours to discover.
Starting at $199 
Top 5 Ice Skating Rinks
Salt Lake County
Salt Lake City is well-known for its skiing and snowboarding. Even the license plates here in Utah claim that it has the greatest snow on earth. But you might be surprised to know that Utah is also a very popular place for ice skating. It doesn’t matter if you want to go during the winter or summer because no matter the season, you’ll be able to find a rink open.
Pricing Varies 
Cross Country Skiing
White Pine Nordic Center – Park City
Whether you’re a dedicated cross country skier looking to get your fix, or a beginner who wants to give the sport a try, you’ll appreciate the reliable snow coverage and professional grooming at the White Pine Nordic Center.
Free – $18 
Snowbird Ski Resort
Snowbird Resort – Snowbird
Snowbird is a powder lover’s dream with over five hundred inches falling annually. Utah’s famous ultra-light dry powder piles up high on Snowbird’s terrain that is diverse, steep, and lots of fun. The resort boasts the longest ski season in Utah.
$14 – $128