12033 South State Street
Draper, UT 84020
Phone: (801) 571-2511
Fax: (801) 571-2970
Established in 1938, the Draper Historic Theatre is a non-profit organization offering great family entertainment. Occupying a historic building, this venue has been a popular gathering spot for generations of performing arts enthusiasts. Their schedule features an array of musicals and theatrical productions. Budding artists of all ages are given opportunities to perform or get behind the scenes and showcase their talent.
Draper Amphitheater is nestled on the foothills of South Mountain and offers a stunning view of the Salt Lake Valley. Built in 2010, its terraced rows give a good view from anywhere you sit. Its huge proscenium stage is enclosed and is equipped with the latest technology. The complex features a public park, dressing rooms, restrooms, a green room, a children's playground and walking trails.
Enjoy Hollywood hits in this state of the art theatre.
This ballet center offers several annual performances as well as classes.
With a panoramic view overlooking the Salt Lake Valley, the amphitheater makes for a quiet evening out with melodious music complementing the scenic vista. Be it the Utah Symphony, the Youth Choir or any music band, the blend of soulful music and scenic landscape forever linger in the mind long after the last chord is struck. The amphitheater may also be rented for private/corporate events. Please call for further information.
The Avalon Theater is a concert hall and a well known community center in the city. The speciality of the place is that it has something for people of all ages. The hall arranges a number of events every week, so you are sure to find something that interest you. Then what are you waiting for, get your tickets booked today.
What was once a cinema, is now a versatile space for theatre productions, concerts, live acts and much much more. Murray Theater can be rented out for everything from a corporate function to a private party or fund raiser, meeting, celebration and all other kinds of events. Featuring stage shows, plays, comedy acts, musical nights and a host of other shows, this theater is abuzz with something interesting the year round. The theater also house an entertainment venue, SHO.
Original musical comedies are performed here nightly. The talented cast members have a great time performing and poking fun at current news events, movies and popular culture. Titles range from "Honey, I Shrunk the Titanic" to "Hex Files." Patrons sit at tables in tiered seating and are served by roaming waiters. Although not a full restaurant, pizza can be delivered to your table. Be sure to stay after the performance for the "Olio", a musical performance of sheer fun.
Holladay Center Cinema 6 is an elegant six screen theater features state-of-the-art wide screens, luxurious seating and elegantly designed interiors with marble floors. For an enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
One of Utah's most popular venues, this outdoor amphitheater has hosted performers like Phish, Dave Matthews Band, Bob Dylan, and Norah Jones. The venue can accommodate 20,000 patrons.
After hosting the prestigious Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games, Utah Olympic Oval witnessed many more popular events after that. Speed and figure skating, ice hockey, running or curling; it has it all. Youth groups and the Utah Athletic Foundation contribute a great deal to promote sporting events on local and international level. For the kids and the family as a whole, there are Scout troops and camps to attend. Apart from honing their skills, members here can also compete and join the leagues. Do check out for the latest updates at the Utah Olympic Oval, which is by far more that just a sports hub.
In The Venue is a local hangout for youngsters, since live punk and rock music shows are held frequently here. Cover charges vary according to events, but are usually not too high. With cheap well drinks, grab the first round for you and your group of friends and hit up the pool tables. Simple and unpretentious, this bar and music venue make for a popular hangout in Salt Lake City among the young crowd.