First Big Jazz Show in Salt Lake City, Utah

Are you a crazy Jazz fan? Are you on the lookout to attend the First Big Jazz Show in Salt Lake City, Utah? Then the following information is just for you!

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Whether you are based in or out of Utah, if you love Jazz music and live concerts, this is the show you want to attend. Soon enough, Utah will be hosting the First Big Jazz Show. The performer is none other than the renowned Annie Ross, the most prolific Jazz singer and songwriter that America has ever produced! Book your tickets now before they sell out!

What else can I do in Utah besides attending the show?

If you are from a different city and have never visited Utah before, this is your chance to make the most of your visit. Plan your trip so that you have enough time either before or after the show to visit the various attractions Salt Lake City has to offer. With all the trees around, it’s a beauty.

Below mentioned are some of the attractions in the city which are worth visiting to make your trip even more exciting!

Park City Mountain Resort

Park City Mountain Resort is one of the most popular tourist destinations among skiers all around the world. In fact, it is the second biggest in the US, which has also served as one of the hosts of the Winter Olympics, 2002. Covering more than 7,000 acres of snowy mountains, this resort offers tourists with more than 300 trails to ski on. Apart from music, if skiing and snowboarding also interest you, you would not want to miss this place.

Natural History Museum of Utah

If you are traveling with your family, there are a few places which you must visit such as the Natural History Museum of Utah to keep your kids on their toes. The museum preserves more than 1.5 million artifacts belonging to various eras and is divided into various sections for the convenience of the tourists interested in their own fields. The sections most popular with the kids are the paleontology section which houses some of the rarest skeletons of the now-extinct dinosaurs and the zoology section, which displays some rare mammal, amphibian, reptile and bird species. This is a great place to visit if you want your kids to have fun and learn something new at the same time. 

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary

Best Friends Animal Sanctuary is yet another fun place for children and adults alike. The sanctuary is home to more than 1,700 homeless animals such as dogs, rabbits, horses, cats, etc., and is the largest no-kill center in America. The animals are collected from various places across the country and are housed in groups named such as the Dog town, Bunny Haven, Parrot Garden, etc. Visitors can also adopt animals if they want to. 

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Utah Symphony

As a music lover, Utah Symphony should be in your must-visit places list. It is an internationally recognized symphony, which conducts tours and educational programs for music enthusiasts on a regular basis. Though most of the performances are conducted at the local Abravanel Hall, its summer concerts are a regular at the Park City’s Deer Valley Music Festivals.

In conclusion, by visiting Annie Ross’ concert in Utah, you will not only be able to see a legend performing one of your Jazz favorites live, but will also have fun visiting the local attractions.