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Bear Lake Northern Utah
Castle Country Central Utah
Uintah County - Vernal Northeastern Utah
Uintah County - Vernal
San Rafael Country South Central Utah
San Rafael Country
Heber Valley North Central Utah
Zion National Park - North Rim Grand Canyon Southern Utah
Zion National Park - North Rim Grand Canyon
Moab Southeast Utah
Ogden Valley Northern Utah
Park City North Central Utah
Salt Lake North Central Utah
San Juan County Southeast Utah
San Juan County
Sevier County - The Center of it All South Central Utah
Sevier County - The Center of it All
Capitol Reef Country Central Utah
Capitol Reef Country
Cedar City & Brian Head Southern Utah
Cedar City & Brian Head
Logan - Cache Valley Northern Utah
Logan - Cache Valley
Box Elder County Northern Utah
Box Elder County
Bryce Canyon Country Southern Utah
Bryce Canyon Country
Foothill Cultural District Salt Lake City
Foothill Cultural District
Utah - Life Elevated Statewide
Utah - Life Elevated
Flaming Gorge Country Northeastern Utah
Flaming Gorge Country
Palisade, Colorado Western
Discover Blanding Southeastern Utah
Holiday River Expeditions Utah, Colorado and Idaho
Holiday River Expeditions
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When you travel a lot the question isn't simply "what to do" but "what to do, besides the obvious." In Salt Lake City Utah, Temple Square is probably the most visited attraction and is a living museum of Mormon and frontier American history, but just going there isn't enough after a few trips.
Instead, show up Sunday morning at 8:30 and you'll see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir perform live, for free, in the tabernacle itself. The concert is broadcast to more than 2,000 radio and television stations, but you get to see it in person.
Finding yourself in Salt Lake City Utah means finding yourself 20 minutes away from The Best Snow on Earth, as the tagline goes. This happens to be true, but during the warmer months the resorts shut down the lifts and become mountain retreats with big concerts and fireworks shows on July 4th and 24th. The hiking and biking you can do when the trails aren't under 5 feet of snow is also pretty amazing.
Every summer the city puts on a free concert series pairing top bands with more obscure interests, catering to a wide variety of musical tastes. It's called The Twilight Concert Series the performances draw tens of thousands of people and are a huge surprise to visitors.
In the depths of winter every January the Sundance Film Festival springs to life. Sundance the town, however, is very small and most of the festival screenings take place elsewhere. Park City tends to be synonymous with the festival, but it is Salt Lake where you actually have a chance of getting into a screening, complete with celebrities, away from the unmanageable crowd.
A lot happens in Salt Lake City Utah, you just need to know where to look.