Directions: From North: I-15 to I-215 South. Exit at 3500 South. Follow the signs. From South: I-15 to I-215 North. Exit at 3500 South. East to Decker Lake Dr. North to E Center. From East: I-80 to State Street. North on State to 2100 South West on 2100 South to I-215. South on I-215 to 3500 South. Follow the signs.
239 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT, Utah
The John W. Gallivan Utah Center is furnished with an array of unique art projects, an amphitheater, an ice rink and pond, a huge outdoor chess board, and an aviary.Special events such as performances and festivals make it an exciting year-round place.
The Rail Event Center
235 North 500 West
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
2 Blocks North and 2 Blocks West of the Gateway Mall.
12408 West Saltair Drive
Magna, Utah 84044
Parking in not included in the price of the ticket, so please bring cash for Saltair parking.
451 1400 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0320
Rice-Eccles Stadium is the premier stadium of the Intermountain region, serving the six-state area of Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado and Nevada. By playing host to a variety of events such as the 2002 Winter Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Feld Entertainment Motorsports AMA Supercross, various concerts including U2 and the Rolling Stones, world-class soccer matches, Utah High School Football Post Season Championship Tournaments, and of course University of Utah football games, Rice-Eccles Stadium has provided entertainment to fans of all interests and ages. The stadium staff takes pride in operating a state-of-the-art facility, and is committed to our mission statement: Provide an excellent entertainment experience for each guest. Friendly staff, a safe & clean venue, exceptional services. The stadium underwent a 50-million-dollar renovation beginning May 1997 and was completed September 1998. It was financed by private donations, bonds, and the Salt Lake Olympic Committee. It is now one of the most beautiful and modern stadiums in the United States. * Home of the University of Utah football team, the Utah "Utes" * Capacity: 46,178 * Playing Field: Field Turf - installed in 2002, replaced in 2009 * Twenty minutes east from Salt Lake International Airport
536 West 100 South Salt Lake City, UT
Salt Lake City, Utah