Summer in and around Ogden, Utah is filled with music and dancing, free outdoor movies, mountain biking, rip-roaring rodeos and, of course, adventure!
It’s a great time to enjoy an epic weekend getaway set against the breathtaking backdrop of the still snow-covered Wasatch Mountain Range. Between now and the end of September, here are the top 7 summer event's that you can't miss in Ogden! Check out our entire events calendar HERE!
2023 can’t miss events:
Ogden Twilight got an early jump on their 2023 season on May 6 with a sold-out show by M83. But the early start doesn't mean an early end. This year's 10-show season runs until September 25th.
This year's line-up includes Kaskade, Beck, Bon Iver, Sylvan Esso, Cigarettes After Sex, The Flaming Lips, Phantogram, Noah Cyrus, and Röyksopp.
All shows are at the Ogden Amphitheater, and tickets double as a UTA FrontRunner ticket. Plan a long weekend filled with music, hiking trails, farmers market, local dining and more music!
Find the full schedule along with information on opening acts and ticketing at www.ogdentwilight.com
Head up to Snowbasin Resort to enjoy concerts every Sunday all summer long! Enjoy Blues, Brews, & BBQ this summer with award winning BBQ, family friendly activities, a scenic hike, and free entertainment for all ages! Music will go from 12:30-5:30 p.m. Concerts run from June 25 until July 30! Check out the lineup here!
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Fall Market: Every Saturday From September 16 through October 21
The Ogden Farmers Market extends the length of Historic 25th Street from Wall to Washington Blvd. every Saturday morning from late May through late September. In addition to farm-fresh produce, locally roasted coffee and baked goods, the market offers a myriad of locally produced arts and crafts, live local musicians, and activities for kids.
May - September
Summer time means hot dogs, a cold drink, and catching an evening Ogden Raptors Game! From May until September you can catch a game pretty much any week! Whether you choose to go into Lindquist Field or to watch the game from the UTOG patio, its a MUST on your summer bucket list!
Utah Symphony | Utah Opera is going on tour! Join us as we hit the road and travel more than 600 miles with FREE concerts and music education opportunities.
Utah Symphony | Utah Opera stops in Huntsville on August 7, where Associate Conductor Benjamin Manis leads the orchestra in a program featuring two internationally acclaimed (and Utah-based!) singers. Soprano Madison Leonard and baritone Shea Owens will perform a wide collection of Broadway, opera, and American folk music—plus, hear favorites ranging from Aaron Copland’s Hoedown and Simple Gifts to John Williams’ Theme from Jurassic Park.
July 29, 2023
Join us for the 6th annual El Doce at Pow Mow, powered by the GOAL Foundation. Presented by Roosters Brewing Co. El Doce is perfect for riders that just want to ride and have fun, and challenging enough for even the most seasoned competitor. This is an endurance mountain bike race. The individual, duo, or team with the most laps within their category WINS! Sign up here!
July 17 — July 24
Utah’s official state holiday, Ogden Pioneer Days is one of Utah’s largest celebrations with more than 30,000 people collectively in attendance. There are five nights of PRCA rodeo entertainment at the Pioneer Stadium; a Lindquist family pops concert and fireworks at Weber State University and more.