Venues

Salt Lake County Center for the Arts operates and maintains Abravanel Hall, Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre, and the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, which includes the Jeanné Wagner Theatre, the Leona Wagner Black Box Theatre, and the Studio Theatre.

ArtTix, as a non-profit organization owned and administered by Salt Lake County Center for the Arts, provides ticketing services to these as well as other venues and organizations in Salt Lake County and throughout Utah. The following is a complete list of venues which are currently offering tickets for sale through ArtTix:


Salt Lake County Center for the Arts Venues

Other Venues

Click on a venue name above for more detailed information. For a complete list of all venues represented, contact ArtTix at 801-355-ARTS (2787). For information about venue rentals, contact the Center for the Arts at 385-468-1030.

Abravanel Hall

Abravanel Hall

123 West South Temple
Salt Lake City UT
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Abravanel Hall, home to the Utah Symphony, is a landmark in downtown Salt Lake City. Built in 1979 and called Symphony Hall, it was renamed Abravanel Hall in 1993 for beloved Maestro Maurice Abravanel, conductor of the Utah Symphony for more than 30 years.

Known for its acoustics, Abravanel Hall is one of the finest symphony halls in the country. The magnificent building is crowned with six 16 x 16 foot brass chandeliers with 18,000 hand cut beads and prisms of Bohemian crystals imported from Austria and Czechoslovakia, and is adorned with more than 12,000 square feet of hand-applied 24-karat gold leaf. Abravanel Hall was built as part of Salt Lake County's Bicentennial Celebration, along with the renovation of the Capitol Theatre.

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Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

Capitol Theatre

50 West 200 South
Salt Lake City, Utah
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Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre, located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, is the home of Ballet West, Broadway Across America – Utah and Utah Opera. The theatre, a historic landmark, also hosts world class Broadway productions, concerts and community events.

In 1913, the building began as the Orpheum Theatre, a vaudeville house and featured some of the "highest standard acts and greatest stars of the stage." In 1923, movies were introduced to the theatre and in 1927, new owners renamed the venue the Capitol Theatre. In 1975, the building was renovated and turned into a performing arts center as part of the Salt Lake County Bicentennial Celebration.

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Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center

138 West 300 South
Salt Lake City, Utah
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Jeanne Wagner Theatre Events
Leona Wagner Black Box Theatre Events
Studio Theatre Events

The Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center is a vital, active hub for emerging and established artists and arts organizations. With three performing spaces, the Rose is the most versatile space in Salt Lake City and hosts well over 300 events each year.

The Rose is an excellent example of a public/private partnership. When the late Salt Lake City businessman "Izzi" Wagner learned that the Rose was to be built on the site of his childhood adobe home, he became the largest private donor and the building is named for his mother, Rose. The Performing Arts Coalition a group consisting of local arts organizations, conceived of the Rose and raised more than $7 million in private funding and together with Salt Lake County and the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City, the building was opened in 1997.

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Ellen Eccles Theatre – Utah Festival Opera Company

Ellen Eccles Theatre

43 South Main Street
Logan UT
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After an extensive renovation, the Ellen Eccles Theatre, constructed in 1923, is the focal point of Logan's Main Street. The Eccles Theatre is managed by Cache Valley Center for the Arts, an independent non-profit organization that strives to bring cultural enrichment to Cache Valley's community and beyond. Many touring and local organizations perform in the Eccles Theatre, including the Utah Festival Opera Company.

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St. Mary's of the Assumption Church

St. Mary's

1505 White Pine Canyon Road
Park City UT
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Deer Valley Amphitheatre

Deer Valley Amphitheatre

2250 Deer Valley Drive South
Park City UT
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Sundance Theatre

Sundance Theatre

North Fork Provo Canyon
Provo UT
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Box Office Information

Phone :: 801-355-ARTS (2787)
Toll-Free :: 1-888-451-ARTS (2787)
TTY:: users should call 711
Email :: arttix@slco.org

Hours :: M-F 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sat 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
May vary on performance days

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