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Ogden Twilight 2024 line-up

Concert goers in front of the stage at a concert.

The Ogden Twilight Concert Series at the Ogden Amphitheater stands out as a must-see show. Ogden Twilight not only brings musicians and fans from all over Utah but also keeps the entire community entertained by providing a spectacular lineup of artists in a festival-like atmosphere.

The series sets out to “make world-class music accessible to everyone in the community” according to the official Ogden Twilight Instagram account. Whether you are an indie fan, prefer rock legends, want to experience electronic beats or just celebrate the local talents, Ogden Twilight has something for everyone and a lot of concert options to choose from. This year, the Ogden Twilight Concert Series will host special guests from Germany, Canada and beyond.

Even if you’re not familiar with the artists, the official schedule provides a great opportunity to explore new music, discover amazing talents and immerse yourself in the music scene.

The festival is not only about the music; it’s a full-blown family and friends affair. One of the most unique aspects of the Ogden Twilight Concert Series is that the shows take place regardless of the weather. All you need to worry about is dressing comfortably and having fun. The doors open at 5 p.m., which gives the audience plenty of time to explore the local array of food vendors before the music kicks off at 6 p.m.

Tickets for the show are required for anyone ages 4 and older and need to be purchased through For the latest updates and more information, visit and check out @ogdenamphitheater and @ogdentwilight on Instagram.

On the right you can find more information about musicians that are going to perform at Ogden Twilight Concert Series:

June 22 – Cannons with Washed Out and Die Shiny

July 5 – Ben Böhmer with Tinlicker and Alex Cruz

July 6 – Diplo with Gioli & Assia and Sootah

Aug. 8 – Killer Mike & The Mighty Midnight Revival / Hippo Campus

Aug. 14 – St. Vincent with Eartheater and Daytime Lover

Aug. 23 – Alvvays with The Beths and Homephone

Aug. 29 – Thievery Corporation with Dirtwire

Sept. 6 – Broken Social Scene with Harpers

Sept. 13 – Tycho with CRi

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