The recent flash flood in July caused damage to the structure and surrounding area of the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater. As an extension of DSU, the damage has been evaluated by a State assessor and the Amphitheater will be closed for repairs for an estimated 6-8 months. All events through the remaining season have either been cancelled or relocated. For specific information regarding each event, follow the links provided below to contact each event organizer directly.
O.C. TANNER AMPHITHEATER
DSU's Tanner Amphitheater is Utah's premier outdoor theater with the cliffs of Zion as a jaw-dropping backdrop. This is the best-kept secret amongst outdoor venues in the country. Rentals of the Tanner Amphitheater are available from May to September. Visit our contact page for more information.
August 14 - 8:00 pm - RELOCATED to Hurricane Community Center Park
With the soaring canyon walls of Zion as a backdrop and plenty of local artists’ shops, walking through Springdale is like strolling into a postcard. The O.C. Tanner Amphitheater, a world-class venue in the midst of Zion’s stony walls, is the perfect place for the Utah Symphony to culminate the Forever Mighty tour.
Tickets are FREE to the public and must be reserved at https://utahsymphony.org/forever-mighty-tour
Zion Canyon Music Festival
September 24 - 25, 2021 - CANCELLED
The Zion Canyon Music Festival is always planned on the last weekend of September and is a 2 day event. Be sure to attend both days of of music, food, arts, crafts… and fun!
Held at the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater, those who attend the event may easily browse through a variety of original art, fine craft vendors as well as several local restaurant booths.
SUPERBLOOM Music Festival
October 9 - Music from 2 - 10 pm - Event details & relocation TBD
Utah-born The National Parks celebrate life, music, and community at the inaugural SUPERBLOOM music festival, a special evening at the O.C. Tanner Amphitheater at Zion National Park on October 9, 2021.
This all-ages event also features friends Yoke Lore, Joseph, Joshua James, Arbour Season, Ellee Duke, and Brother.