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8000 Sq Ft Event Space in Downtown SLC
From $250/hr
8000 Sq Ft Event Space in Downtown SLC
Salt Lake City, UT
Conference and event center with an 8,000 square foot ballroom, 4 breakout rooms, and full AV setup.
From $30/hr
Arts and Events Center in Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, UT
We are a community mixed use arts and events center with a commisary kitchen, art gallery, dance studio, cafe, event space and performance/theater space.
From $7000/hr
A Classic World Pub Bar and Rooftop Patio
Salt Lake City, UT
This space is for buyout listing. You can be able to rent this venue for any kind of event such as wedding, photoshoots, film productions, reunions and birthdays. Renting this venue ranges from $7,000-$15,000 depending on day and season. Please contact the host directly.
From $350/hr
Newly Renovated Salt Lake City Venue with Large Capacity
Salt Lake City, UT
This is one of the newest venues in Salt Lake City, Utah with amazing capacity and great ability for versatility. Our newly renovated venue is well taken care of by our amazing staff and are always doing the best of their ability to satisfy the customer. We're open to all classes of events: Concerts, meetings, weddings, private events, parties, art shows, festivals, non-profit events, etc. We will do our best to accommodate our promoters request! Located within walking distance of our Utah Traxs, nearby hotels, and restaurants. Please inquire for custom rates!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Concert venues in Salt Lake City, UT?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $30 to $7000

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About Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah as well as the most populated city in the state with 200,000+ residents. It was inhabited by the Paiute, Weber, and Shoshone Indians until it was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young and other pioneers, who would end up being known as the Mormon Pioneers.

The city has a plethora of outdoor adventures for everyone with summer temps in the mid-90s and winter temps hovering around 58 degrees F. And with an average of 251 sunny days per month, you’ll find most people outside. But inside or out, having a concert venue in Salt Lake City is perfect.

Concert Options in Salt Lake City

Some of the things you need for your concert venue you may already have but the big items you could not bring on the plane will have to be found in Salt Lake City. Renting equipment, furniture, and a car service, as well as catering, will save you a lot of time and hassle.

  • Equipment Rental
    From amplifiers to wireless speakers and everything in between, you can find all that for rent in Salt Lake City with no trouble. There are literally hundreds of companies who can provide the AV and sound equipment, stage setup, and even iPads to use while you are at the concert. Leave your personal electronics at home where they belong.

  • Furniture Rental
    If you are planning an outdoor concert, you may not need seating, but you will certainly need some kind of furniture or décor for your concert venue. Plan on tables for food and other concessions, drapes and other decorative items, as well as a tent with AC if you are hosting this concert in the summer. The highs can reach 100 degrees F at times.

  • Transportation
    Hire a car service to get your main artists from the airport to the hotel and the hotel to the concert. In fact, it is a good idea to have a car service for yourself too because the traffic in Salt Lake City can be brutal.
  • Catering
    Whether you want a buffet or snacks, you will also need beverages so make sure you hire a caterer who can take care of all those needs for you. After all, you don’t want to have to order food and drinks in the middle of the concert.

Concert Companies in Salt Lake City

Having a Salt Lake City concert venue gives you access to some of the best concert services companies in the state. From audio-visual equipment to waiters and waitresses, you can get what you need for a memorable concert.

  • Upstage Rentals
    Not only does Upstage rent staging equipment and lighting, but they will also come and set it up for you before the concert and tear it down afterward. They have stages, stairs, railings, and trusses for the whole shebang. In fact, they will even stay for the concert if you need them to help with operations.

  • Cort Events
    Cort Events has been making concerts and events memorable since 1976. In fact, they have locations all over the country and even a few overseas. They have bars and barstools, tables and buffets, accessories and décor, seating, drapes, and whatever else you need. And they provide delivery, setup, and pick up as well.

  • Black Diamond Limousine
    Since 2010, Black Diamond Limousine has been building its luxury fleet as well as its clientele and they have a stellar reputation in the Salt Lake City area. With licensed and insured professional drivers who truly enjoy their job, you are guaranteed to have the best experience. And you can bring half the crowd at once, with their largest luxury bus that holds 84 people.

Pros and Cons of Concerts in Salt Lake City

Since all cities have their advantages and disadvantages, you should always do some digging before you sign anything. Here are a few of the pros and cons of choosing a Salt Lake City concert venue.

  • Great weather
    You will enjoy the outdoors much better in a city with so much sunshine and nice temperatures. Although the average temp overall is about 60 degrees F, it does get cold enough in the winter to snow a bit, but mostly up in the mountainous areas.

  • The mountains
    Speaking of mountains, the Wasatch Mountains are the first thing you will notice when you get to Salt Lake City. You may want to try climbing Mount Olympus at just over 9,000 feet or Twin Peaks, which are over 11,000 feet.

  • Fun entertainment
    From outdoor water sports in the Great Salt Lake to endless partying in the dozens of clubs in the city, you and your concert friends will not run out of things to do after the concert.


  • Bad traffic
    Another reason to hire a car service is the horrible traffic in Salt Lake City. The congestion near the downtown area can be brutal so let someone else do the driving.

  • High taxes
    No matter whether you are buying a pack of gum or a night at a hotel, taxes in the city are higher than average at over 7%.

  • Not so safe
    Make sure you stay safe in Salt Lake City because the crime rate is pretty high. In fact, Salt Lake City has more crime than 99% of all the other cities in the state.

Famous Locations in Salt Lake City

  • Antelope Island State Park
    Although antelopes are found on the island, what makes it so popular is the bison herd, which has about 600 bison and is the largest and oldest in the US. But you can also see coyotes, deer, bighorn sheep, and bobcats as well as other wildlife. You can also enjoy boating, hiking, and fishing while you are there.

  • Liberty Park
    Another great park, this one is more focused on history and birds than bison and antelope. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and boasts the oldest building in the state, the Isaac Chase Mill, which was built in 1852. But don’t miss the Tracy Aviary with over 400 birds on eight acres.

  • Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
    With artwork from locals as well as artists all over the world, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art features six galleries with a variety of exhibits year-round. The Main Gallery boasts two major group collections, the Street Gallery has solo and group shows, and the A.I.R. Space focuses on works done by the Artists in Residence Program.