Comfort Inn Salt Lake City Airport
200 N. Admiral Byrd Rd.
Salt Lake City, UT 84116
Phone: (801) 746-5200
Fax: (801) 532-4721
The Utah State Fair Park provides space for seminars, trade exhibits, dances, weddings, livestock shows, auctions and parties. It is a venue that has something to offer for everyone. Ski sales, cat shows, belly dancing classes, ceramic and doll shows to slot machine sales are some of the events that take place at this venue.
The Complex is a multi-purpose facility that entertains with, music, sports, cinema and lots more. The venue hosts concerts of various music genres, such as classic rock, contemporary, and more, while it also hosts sporting events like baseball, boxing, golf and more. The Complex even has a circus, a theater to air movies and ice-skating events among others. This all-in-one venue can accommodate anywhere from 100 to 3,000 people and is fast becoming the most popular event venue in the the country. Unique to itself, the vastness of its entertainment capabilities, you will find people from every age group here. Do contact for details.
Formerly known as the E Center, the Maverik Center is a multi-purpose facility and is home tp the IHL's (International Hockey League) Utah Grizzlies, and the Utah Freezz of the World ISL (International Soccer League). Concerts, family shows, conventions, and meetings make the Maverik Center consistently one of the country's top rated entertainment facilities. With a 12,000 seat capacity, the Maverik Center also hosted the Ice Hockey competition at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
The Utah Freezz kicked off the World Indoor Hockey League's inaugural season in Salt Lake City. Quickly received by the city's famously loyal sports fans, team members went on to win positions on the All-WIHL Team and be awarded Rookie of the Year. The team, made up of both local and recruited players, plays opponents including Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, and Houston. The team calls West Valley City's 'E' Center home.
This center is home to the American Hockey League's Utah Grizzlies and the National Indoor Football League's Utah Warriors. The E Center has a large arena for sporting events and is also used as a major entertainment venue. It also houses the Ford Theatre for smaller more intimate performances. Artists, such as Janet Jackson, James Taylor, Rod Stewart, Sarah Mclachlan, and Neil Diamond have enthralled crowds here. The Moody Blues, Manheim Steamroller, Dave Matthews Band and Prince have also performed at this venue. An integrated BOSE sound system makes this venue truly world-class.
Occupying an impressive limestone structure built in 1905; this interactive museum offers the young and young-at-heart an entertaining look at the universe. An ideal reward for kids who behaved well while touring nearby Temple Square, the museum encourages participation with simulated space flights, star shows and dancing laser lights. Its Hansen Dome Theater boasts of over 200 seats and is the first of its kind to give viewers the pleasure of exploring the universe in three dimension without the use of glasses. The theater has spectacular projectors and its state-of-the-art acoustics are second to none. In addition, the Clark Planetarium is home to an ATK IMAX Theater which showcases Hollywood blockbusters along with informative films. The films generated by the Clark Planetarium have reached corners of the globe, and some of their applauded shows are Perfect Little Planet, Gateway to the Stars, Extreme Planets and the Ultimate Universe. Astronomy courses are available for all ages in the summer and special programs are scheduled throughout the year. Call ahead to find out show timings.
This multiplex has 15 screens for your viewing pleasure. With a digital sound system and listening devices, this theatre is a local favorite. For an even more 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.
The celebrated Salt Lake Hardware Building is an eminent edifice in Utah. This historical building is now transformed into a swanky venue that hosts weddings, receptions and similar events.
With a state-of-the-art sound system, effective lighting and an impressive list of performers, The Depot is Salt Lake City's most popular concert venue. Always abuzz with activity, it boasts of some big names in the music and entertainment industry. While in town, don't forget to check out a concert at this hot spot!
The Palladium is known for the live acts and gigs it features the year round. With a hi-tech sound system and facilities, this venue is known for the great line-up of concerts it hosts. Providing a stage to upcoming and established bands and musicians, this venue is frequented by a young crowd with a preference for some fresh and original music.
The Devereaux House or the Staines-Jennings Mansion dates back to the 1850s era. This historical landmark is now a classy event venue that hosts private events and functions. For details, check website.
Tucked away near downtown, Lo-Fi Cafe is an unassuming spot that is quite popular among music lovers. Enjoy the concerts with tasty food and drinks. Or just sway on the dance floor. Equipped with a good sound and light system, this live performance venue is allows only those who are 21 years old and above. Some of their previous listings are Krafty Kuts, Knee High Fox, Green Leef, Mushroomhead and Powerman5000.