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Fall concerts open at Tuacahn

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For everyone who has been missing the sound of music reverberating off southern Utah’s majestic red rock canyons, Tuacahn is back with a fall concert lineup that is nothing short of fantastic.

Kicking off with the ultimate Beatles tribute on Sept. 25, The Fab Four transports audiences from the chaos of 2020 to a time when someone saying I Want to Hold Your Hand or the idea of everyone living in a Yellow Submarine didn’t immediately elicit questions about social distancing.

“It’s going to be a wonderful way to kick off the reopening of Tuacahn,” says Kevin Smith, Tuacahn CEO. “We can’t wait to see people enjoying themselves, while still staying safe and healthy.”

Tuacahn’s enhanced health and safety protocols include additional cleaning and sanitizing procedures, required facemasks for all in attendance, hand sanitizing stations throughout the facility, additional entrance and exit points to reduce gathering on the plaza and social spacing indicators throughout the common areas.

The Tuacahn fall concert series is bigger than ever, featuring 10 talented acts spread between September and November, wrapping up just in time for the annual Christmas in the Canyon event and the fabulous Rat Pack is Back Christmas concert playing Nov. 27 through Dec. 22. Check out details on each of the concerts below, and for tickets and other information, log onto

The Fab Four — The Ultimate Tribute

8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25

Earning its place as one of the most popular tribute bands performing at Tuacahn this fall, The Fab Four is known for its uncanny renditions of Beatles classics and its extreme attention to detail. From multiple costume changes that represent the many stages of the Beatles’ career, to the care with which these musicians present this iconic music, it’s no wonder Emmy Award Winning Fab Four has earned worldwide accolades and scores of fans.

Come see for yourself when The Fab Four take the stage at Tuacahn at 8 p.m. Sept. 25. Tickets start at just $22. For more information log onto

Hotel California — A Salute to the Eagles

7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2 and 3

It’s time for a trip down a dark desert highway where Eagles fans will love the chance to feel the wind in their hair and check into Hotel California: A Salute to the Eagles. As the only group officially authorized to perform the Eagles’ catalog of music, Hotel California’s Tuacahn concert is the place you will want to check into and never leave.

Tickets start at just $22. For more information log onto

ABBAmania — The Magic and Music of ABBA

7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 9 and 10

Performing more than 200 shows each year since 1999, ABBAmania’s recreation of ABBA live in concert is the most authentic ABBA production you’ll ever hear. From Waterloo to Dancing Queen you can revel in the hits that have withstood the test of time — the ones that still make you want to get up and dance. Tickets start at just $22 and can be purchased at

Stayin’ Alive — One Night of the Bee Gees

7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16

Rocking the canyon with the smooth tones of Night FeverTo Love Somebody and more, Stayin’ Alive brings all the sights and sounds of the Bee Gees to life for one night only at Tuacahn. Tickets start at just $22. Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in a tribute to this iconic band. For more details log onto

Brian Regan

7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 23 and 24

When life is crazy, sometimes the only thing you can do is laugh. And laughing is exactly what you’ll be doing during Brian Regan’s impeccable and hilarious comedy show taking place on two nights at Tuacahn. These performances are being filmed for an upcoming Netflix special.  You won’t want to miss it!  Tickets start at $55 and can be purchased at


7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, Oct. 27-31

It’s the Halloween tradition you simply don’t want to miss when Odyssey Dance Theatre presents Thriller on five nights this fall at Tuacahn. This year’s production will feature all the favorites from the past, including The Curse of the Mummy, Jason Jam, The Lost Boys and more, as well as some new surprises. When it comes to this tongue-in-cheek humorous approach to this ghoulish holiday, get ready to laugh, and scream, at Thriller. Tickets start at $21 online at

The Beach Boys

7:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Nov. 5 and 6

With more albums and hits than most artists dare to dream about, the iconic and influential sound of The Beach Boys is once again gracing the stage of Tuacahn by way of original band member Mike Love and longtime band mate Bruce Johnston. Whether it’s the longing lyrics of Wouldn’t It Be Nice or the relaxing undertones of Kokomo, The Beach Boys’ music is as popular as it is profound; the perfect way to relax beneath the stars and the shadow of Tuacahn’s red rock canyon. Tickets start at $45. Log onto for details. Plus, with every Beach Boys’ concert ticket purchased you’ll receive a digital copy of Mike Love’s new album 12 Sides of Summer.

Lee Brice

7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7

Grammy and Country Music Award nominee and Academy of Country Music Awards winner, family man Lee Brice is excited to take the stage at Tuacahn as part of the fall concert lineup. With six radio singles making their way to No. 1, you’ll love hearing Lee Brice’s country twang crooning through the crisp fall air at Tuacahn on Nov. 7. Tickets start at just $45. For more information and tickets head to

The Magic of Queen

7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12

Returning to Tuacahn after successfully showcasing the music of Zeppelin and British Rock Royalty, vocalist and producer Brody Dolyniuk is back, this time sharing The Magic of Queen. From Bohemian Rhapsody to We Will Rock You there is certainly a strong catalog of music from which to draw as Dolyniuk puts on a show that is sure to thrill. Tickets start at $25. For more information go to

David Archuleta

7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13 and 14

Rounding out this year’s fall concert lineup, David Archuleta is back in a concert that is likely to showcase some of his classic hits like Crush alongside some newer pieces he’s been working on including Paralyzed and more. Tickets start at $39 at

The Rat Pack is Back! Christmas concert

Nov. 27 to Dec. 22

7:30 p.m. Monday- Saturday, plus 3 p.m. Friday – Saturday matinees

This Christmas, step back to a time when Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin were everything you needed to hear in the Las Vegas entertainment world. The Rat Pack’s glory days will be glorious once again, this time on stage at the indoor Hafen Theatre. You just can’t get more festive than favorites like Winter Wonderland and Baby It’s Cold Outside mixed in with Rat Pack classics like Luck Be A LadyFly Me to the MoonNew York, NY and more. Tickets start at just $19. Log onto for a complete calendar of shows.