2002 South Hwy 89/91
Logan, UT 84321
Phone: (435) 787-2060
Fax: (435) 787-4590
Opened in 2008, the Why Sound has fast climbed the popularity charts. This fact is evident from the sold-out performances and crowds even during the week. The music venue is equipped with modern acoustics and lighting system thereby enhancing the performances. Its interesting line-up features a mix of local, regional and internationally acclaimed artists/ bands and in the past, the likes of Fast Company, Poor Ophelia, Jay Burns, Veritas and Brydan Smith have performed here. Apart from that, it also has a state-of-the-art sound recording studio on its premises. Call for details.
Located on Old Main Hill, the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum is a multipurpose arena that was established in 1968 and was first opened in December 1970. Designed by architects Folsom and Hunt, the arena can seat more than 10,000 people. It is the home arena of the men's basketball team, Utah State Aggies. The arena plays host to several events for women as well, such as gymnastics and volleyball. Many concerts and major functions in the neighborhood are hosted at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum. The arena is named after the founder of Smith's Food and Drug.
Currently the home of the Utah State Aggies, the Romney Stadium first opened as early as 1968. At that time it had the capacity to hold 10,000 people. Today after many additions it has the capacity to accommodate 25,513 sport fanatics and includes an artificial turf field, lights and seats amongst other things. TA present too, renovations and additions are underway. Witnessing a game of football here will surely make the experience worth remembering. Check the website or call ahead for event details and timings.