The Twilight Concert Series is dedicated to connecting audiences with the arts by presenting artists that represent strong artistic values and diverse social principles. For over 30 years the Twilight Concert Series has supported the local music community and helped establish the Downtown Salt Lake City area into a vibrant, engaging place to live, work, and play.

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2020 Light Up Locals Fundraiser

The Light Up Locals fundraiser and digital benefit concert, presented by the Salt Lake City Arts Council and S&S Presents, provided $500 in emergency relief funds to musicians in Salt Lake City who have been impacted due to COVID-19.

The arts and culture sector has been heavily impacted due to COVID-19 with 95% of artists reporting income loss and two out of three artists unemployed according to Americans for the Arts. A critical part of the music industry is festivals and venues. We know that these have been among the first to close and the last to re-open.

Together we can keep the local music industry alive!

 


Musician Applications Closed

The Salt Lake City Arts Council serves artists at all stages of their careers and seeks to support people from diverse educational and cultural backgrounds. Eligibility was not determined solely by the amount of money an artist generates from their work and we recognized that many individuals have careers that rely on multiple streams of income and financial support.

Award Notification: November 2020. If you are awarded funding, you will be notified via email.

CLICK HERE for eligibility requirements and list of frequently asked questions.

Questions? Contact

Felicia Baca, Executive Director at felicia.baca@slcgov.com or 801-535-6051

Kellie Call, Arts Program Manager at Kellie.call@slcgov.com or 714-642-5063