Volunteers provide an invaluable service to the operation of the Twilight Concert Series and contribute to supporting the local music scene in Salt Lake City. 

Be a part of this event series in Salt Lake City, and help with beverage sales, greeting at the gates, as well as set-up and break-down. Volunteers receive fun & exciting benefits, such as series t-shirts, soft drinks, concert tickets, and more! Volunteers also support an amazing community event, which promotes amazing local music, artists and communities!

For more information, please contact Nic Smith at


Q: How do I get into the venue?
A: General Admission entry is on Main Street, on the west side of the plaza. VIP & Sponsors can enter at our northern entry point, located on 200 South between Main Street & State Street (~50 East).

Q: Can I buy tickets online?
A: Yes, tickets are available online at For ticketing support go to

Q: Can I purchase tickets at the venue?
A: Yes, unless our site is listed as Sold Out. Ticket prices at the gate for most shows will be $15, cash or card. Day-Of price for St. Vincent on Sep 18th will be $20.

Q: Can I bring in a backpack or purse?
A: Only small purses are allowed. Bags must be able to fit within a 12 inch by 12 inch bin and will be searched.

Q: Is there food at the venue?
A: Yes! There is an amazing assortment of different local eateries and food trucks. There is a little bit of everything for everyone!

Q: Can I bring water?
A: No outside liquids are allowed. Water, soda, beer, and wine are available for purchase inside the venue. There are also three free water stations in the venue. Personal empty water bottles are permitted.

Q: Can I bring my 1-year-old?
A: Yes. Everyone is welcome, but you must also purchase a ticket for your child. We also suggest bringing hearing protection for little ears.

Q: What’s included with VIP tickets?
A: VIP ticket is for 21+ patrons only and includes access to the VIP bar and viewing area, located towards the front of the stage on the east side of the plaza.

Q: Will there be a bicycle valet service?
A: Yes, you can check in on the north side of the Gallivan Center, slightly west of the sponsor entrance on 200 S. between Main and State St.

Q: Is there an ADA section?
A: Yes, there is an ADA section for concert viewing that includes chairs. Those needing accommodations are permitted to enter at the Main Street entrance on the west of Gallivan Plaza at the front of the line.

Q: Will there be COVID-19 safety protocols?
A: If you’re attending a Twilight Concert Series show we’re continuing to monitor health and safety guidance and local mandates given the rise of the COVID-19 Delta variant. The Gallivan Center is an outdoor open-air venue and in consideration of COVID-19 the following measure will be followed. Should any further guidance change or be updated we will notify ticket holders immediately. Following local recommendations is the best way to keep our community safe and have a return to live music in the long term.

– Masks are recommended when within 6 feet of persons outside of your group.

– All attendees are encouraged to be vaccinated.

– To find out information about vaccinations, visit

Q: Will any of the Twilight Concert Series require proof of vaccination or negative covid-19 test?

A: The St. Vincent show on September 18 and the Lake Street Dive show on September 24 will require the following health and safety measures be implemented. Should this be required at other Twilight Concerts Series dates, we’ll inform you in a timely manner. We’re supporting these requests to ensure our touring bands can continue to tour safely so that our music community and economy can experience a stable recovery. These will be mandatory.

This event will require fans to agree to the terms below prior to event entry. Please note these confirmations will apply to all members of your party before they are allowed to enter the event and to any users of the tickets purchased by you.

Attendees will provide proof of a negative FDA-authorized COVID-19 Rapid Antigen test, PCR, or other diagnostic test that is date and time stamped within 72 hours prior to the event OR proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (14 days past the final vaccination shot) in the form of an original vaccination card or copy of a vaccination card. These will be checked at the gates upon entry.

Children under 12 years of age will be exempt from this request.

Please consult for more details.

Vaccination information for SL COUNTY:

Vaccination information for Utah:

Testing resources:


The Gallivan Center will be home to the 2021 Twilight Concert Series


  • Everyone entering the venue must have a ticket or pay at the gate

  • For their well-being, we discourage infants and babies-in-arms

  • No re-entry

  • No weapons or firearms

  • No backpacks or large purses

  • No pets allowed – service animals only

  • No coolers

  • No drones

  • No smoking or vaping – except in designated smoking areas

  • No outside food

  • No outside alcohol or liquids of any kind

  • No glass

  • Due to artist requests, no professional audio, video, or photography equipment

  • No umbrellas

  • No skateboards in the venue

  • No blankets or chairs

  • Security reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone at their discretion

  • All concerts are rain or shine

  • No refunds


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