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Eight people died during Travis Scotts musical performance at Astroworld. Photo credit: Unsplash

Do you know your news? Nov. 9

Joshua Kamp November 8, 2021

1. Eight people died in a "mass casualty" event at the music festival Astroworld in Houston on Nov. 5, during the set of what performer?a. Drakeb. Travis Scottc. Kanye Westd. Tyler, the Creator2. What...

Lindquist Family Symphony Pops and Fireworks at Weber State University. July 14, 2019. Photo credit: Weber State University

A returning summer tradition

Elle Gord June 28, 2021

After last year's hiatus, the Lindquist Pops concert and fireworks show will return to Lindquist Plaza on July 18.This 43-year-long local tradition features music from the New American Symphony beginning...

Local musician and WSU student Caden Holmes album, Commonground, will release on April 10. Photo credit: Caden Holmes

Making music to raise awareness for human trafficking

Ally Nelson March 29, 2021

Local musician and Weber State University student Caden Holmes will be releasing his second album, "Commonground," on April 10 on streaming platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.April 10 will also be...

The COVID-19 pandemic restrictions have dramatically affected the performing arts. Photo credit: Pixabay

Utah Symphony announces new on-demand streaming service

Maykel Valladares February 24, 2021

Even though concerts have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Utah Symphony has made it possible to access classical music concerts from the comfort of home.With their newest on-demand streaming...

Min Shan Tsai plays a piano solo composed by Beethoven on Live from 136. (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Listening and learning with Live from 136

Ally Nelson November 11, 2020

Live from 136 is a virtual concert series organized by the music faculty at Weber State University’s Department of Performing Arts as a way to keep students involved at school during the pandemic.Assistant...

Historic Peerys Egyptian Center is the home to Chamber Orchestra Ogden. (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

Chamber Orchestra Ogden brings music back to Peery’s Egyptian Theater

Caitlyn Nichols September 30, 2020

There was a sense of normalcy in Peery’s Egyptian Theater as the Chamber Orchestra Ogden returned to the stage for the first concert of its 10th anniversary season on Sept. 26. The orchestra was...

Lindqist Pops at WSU. (Robert lewis / The Signpost)

Pops Concert back with a bang

Nic Muranaka July 15, 2019

Every year, the Lindquist Family hosts the Pops Concert at Weber State University. This year, 16 cannons run by the Cannoneers of the Wasatch again accompanied the New American Philharmonic's performance...

(Cassie Anderson Photography)

Backseat Lovers set to rock Weber’s world

Alyson Johnson October 5, 2018

The Backseat Lovers will be kicking off Weber State University’s homecoming game on Oct. 13. With less than six months together, the rising indie-rock band is quickly finding success and gaining...

Veteran performers return to Layton amphitheater

July 19, 2015

Every summer, Layton's Ed Kenley Amphitheater makes the summer air sweeter with great local performers. On July 26, that will continue with The Cutler Family Fiddlers and Pizzicato Strings & Company....

Ogden kicks off Twilight Concert Series

June 8, 2015

Hundreds of people filled the Ogden Amphitheater Thursday June 4th for the city’s first Twilight Concert Series. The first installment of this concert series brought a large crowd and even bigger morale....

Local bands find a home in Ogden

April 17, 2015

There are dozens of venues in Salt Lake City where you can see concerts. Most of them are usually big shows, but there are still chances to catch local bands. However, sometimes driving all the way to...

The Pretty Reckless brings a certain electricity

March 12, 2015

  The feeling of getting to see one of your favorite bands is unforgettable. Even though there are hundreds of other people in the room, you feel like they're only playing for you. It's something...

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