13 Concerts You Need To See This Spring


1. Jukebox The Ghost

When: Tuesday, February 16

Where: The Complex (The Grand)

Why: Jukebox The Ghost released their most recent album, self-titled, back in 2015 which has been critically acclaimed as their strongest album to date. This band has a knack for crafting bright, indie-pop earworm tunes and their latest release will serve as proof. If you’re looking for a band that gives great live energy, uplifts and moves the crowd but isn’t quite mosh-pit level, we highly recommend Jukebox The Ghost. They’ll be making their way here shortly with The Family Crest.

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2. State Champs & Neck Deep

When: Wednesday February 17

Where: The Complex (The Grand)

Why: Pop-punk fans rejoice! Not only are current punk heavy-hitters State Champs and Neck Deep Co-headlining this tour, but they are bringing Knuckle Puck and Like Pacific along for ride. If you haven’t been getting your fill of angsty punk sing-a-longs, mosh pits and circle pits lately then this show will keep you satisfied until Warped Tour.

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3. Vance Joy – The Fire and The Flood Tour

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When: Saturday, February 20th

Where: Saltair

Why: Originally scheduled for The Complex, but due to high demand this has been moved to the Saltair. Come watch this charming Australian singer-songwriter serenade his way into your heart. He’ll be here with guests Elle King and Jamie Lawson.

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4. August Burns Red & Between the Buried and Me

When: Tuesday, March 15th

Where: The Complex (Rockwell)

Why: August Burns Red is one of the very few Warped Tour scene metal bands to receive a Grammy nomination for “Best Metal Performance” and if you don’t know why already, then it’s time to find out. ABR and Between The Buried And Me will be co-headlining this brutal metal show with guests The Faceless and Good Tiger.

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5. Daughter

When: Wednesday March 16th

Where: The Depot

Why: Daughter have just released their new album, Not To Disappear, and it might one of the best albums of 2016 (yes, we know it’s only January, but you’ll see that it will stack up to the other releases of the year). If you’re into the like of Death Cab For Cutie, Purity Ring, or Tame Impala then you would definitely want to see this show.

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6. Coheed And Cambria

When: Saturday March 26th

Where: The Complex (Rockwell)

Why: To celebrate the release of their latest album, The Color Before The Sun, Coheed And Cambria has put together a lineup that will please both old fans and new. The early-2000s hard punk band, Glassjaw, will be joining the tour along with a band that all Coheed fans should know about – I The Mighty. Upcoming rockers Silver Snakes will be the first opener of the lineup.

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7. Killswitch Engage – Incarnate Tour

When: Wednesday, March 30th

Where: The Complex (Rockwell)

Why: In support of their upcoming release, Incarnate due March 11, they will be taking Warped Tour stars Memphis May Fire and a new coming metalecore outfit, 36 Crazyfists. Another show to give you your fill out metal and mosh until Warped Tour.

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8. Underoath – Rebirth Tour

When: Saturday, April 2nd

Where: The Complex (Rockwell)

Why: Underoath, the kingpins and grandfathers of modern metalcore are coming back in a BIG way. They will be playing their two biggest and well-known albums “They’re Only Chasing Safety” and “Define The Great Line” from front to back. They will also be taking the experimental post-rock group, Caspian with them.

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9. The Used – 15 Year Anniversary Tour: Self-Titled

When: Friday & Saturday, April 8 & 9

Where: In The Venue

Why: While we are on the subject of nostalgic anniversary tours, this spring The Used will be celebrating their first two albums, self-titled and In Love And Death, by playing them both in full. And as if one show isn’t enough, they will be doing a second show just for Salt Lake on April 9th.

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10. Father John Misty

When: Friday, April 8th

Where: The Depot

Why: You may have gotten a taste for Father John Misty at this past Twilight Concert with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Here is a chance for you to get the full experience and hear his new album “I Love You, Honeybear” which has been on just about everyone’s top album list of 2015.

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11. Wolf Alice

When: Friday, April 15th

Where: The Complex (The Grand)

Why: You remember Wolf Alice? Post-Grunge rock outift from the U.K. that opened up our last Big Ass Show. Well here’s your chance to see them headline. We highly recommend it.

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12. Explosions In The Sky – The Wilderness Tour

When: Monday, May 9th

Where: The Depot

Why: Instrumental rock group, Explosions In The Sky has spent the past few years writing soundtracks to multiple movies (one of them being the soundtrack to Lone Survivor). The Wilderness will be their first non-soundtrack LP since 2011. If you’re looking to get into this instrumental post-rock genre, start with these guys. They’re truly the at the top of the genre.

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13. Saint Motel

When: Tuesday, May 25th

Where: The Depot

Why: LA indie-pop quartet, Saint Motel, has been inventing great pop hooks and dance tunes since 2009. You really don’t need more evidence then their new single “My Type” to know that this will an incredibly fun show.

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