Joan Jett and the Blackhearts Approved Image ( Really Low Res)
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts Approved Image ( Really Low Res)

With the music of Lee Brice, Air Supply, Elton John, U2, Queen and Joan Jett taking the Tuacahn stage this month, you will definitely not hate yourself for loving this concert lineup.

Staggering tribute band shows with original artists, there is something for every musical palate beginning with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts on March 13.

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts — Friday, March 13

Making good on her “Bad Reputation,” hard rocking visionary Joan Jett and the Blackhearts will be tearing it up Friday, March 13, on the Tuacahn stage.

With eight platinum and gold albums and nine Top 40 singles, Joan Jett’s signature style and classic sound gives credence to the “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll” sentiment chanted by countless Joan Jett fans in venues around the globe.

“I know everyone says it sounds silly, ‘I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll’ but that is what I feel — I love rock ‘n’ roll. I love to perform in front of people, the whole band does, ” Jett said on her Twitter feed in February. “I think that’s the secret. You really have to love it.”

Catch a glimpse of these rock ‘n’ roll legends doing what they love beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at just $49 on www.tuacahn.org

Air Supply — Saturday, March 14

With seven Top 5 singles and album sales soaring in the multi millions, Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock of Air Supply are bringing their popular sound to the Tuacahn stage Saturday, March 14.

Although this duo is well known for its many hits including “Lost in Love” and “Every Woman in the World,” it is the live show where Air Supply really soars. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. You won’t want to miss it!

Now, 2020 Broadway Season Ticket holders can get 20 percent off of Air Supply tickets by logging onto www.tuacahn.org Tickets start at just $30.

The Magic of Queen and Elton John’s Greatest Hits Live! — Thursday March 19 and Friday, March 20

If you’ve ever been a fan of Queen’s classic hits like “We are the Champions,” “We Will Rock You” and more, you will love veteran vocalist and producer Brody Dolyniuk’s version in the unique tribute show, The Magic of Queen.

No stranger to the Tuacahn stage, Dolyniuk’s past Tuacahn performances include Zeppelin USA and British Rock Royalty. The 2020 Magic of Queen is one of two tribute shows produced by Dolyniuk, this one taking place Thursday March 19.

Then, switching gears on Friday, March 20 Brody Dolyniuk brings Elton John’s Greatest Hits Live to the Tuacahn amphitheater.

Both shows begin at 7:30 p.m. and tickets start at just $20 each. Plus, 2020 Broadway Season ticket holders get 20 percent off tickets to either or both of these shows. For more information check out www.tuacahn.org

Unforgettable Fire: U2 Tribute Band — Saturday March 21
Unforgettable Fire: U2 Tribute Band — Saturday March 21

Unforgettable Fire: U2 Tribute Band — Saturday March 21

Earning the title as the longest running U2 tribute band, Unforgettable Fire has become a force all its own, fanning the flames of enthusiastic U2 fans and performing in some of the country’s top venues.

Hearing songs like “With or Without You” and “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” among numerous others against the red rock backdrop at Tuacahn, it’s a U2 Tribute unlike you’ve ever imagined. 
Tickets start at just $15. Season Package holders can get 20 percent off tickets to this concert.

Lee Brice — Friday, March 27

Rounding out the first month of Tuacahn’s concert season (don’t worry, there’s more to come!) is CMA nominee, ACM award winner and family man, Lee Brice.

With six radio singles making their way to No. 1, you’ll love hearing Lee Brice’s country twang crooning through the warm spring air at Tuacahn on Friday, March 27. Tickets start at just $45. If you’re a 2020 Broadway Season Package holder you can get 20 percent off this concert! Log onto www.tuacahn.org for more information.

Stuart
Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.