Great music and great fun for everyone!

Series Pictures from some of our past concerts are below.  Visit our Facebook page for information and more pictures. 

Corey Christiansen trio

Monty Powell and Anna Wilson

Austin Weyand Acoustic Band

Our Concerts are being offered in Collaboration with: 
"Excellence in the Community"
who wants everyone to have a chance to enjoy good live music. 

Fees to have this band perform here last year were covered by Excellence in the Community with help from the Utah Department of Arts and Museums. This year they are paying half the cost and encouraging  local businesses and organizations to contribute so the concerts can be available free to everyone despite income levels. 

Donations  are needed and welcome
to also cover venue costs  

You can make a donation here.

Hot House West- Gypsy Swing and 1930's Jazz - October 2018

The 2019-2020 season runs
October 18, 2019 - May 15, 2020

*Doors open at 7 pm, and the concert begins at 7:30. Your house tickets will be waiting for you in "will call" 

PLEASE NOTE, tickets will be honored until 7:20 pm that evening and subject to being shared with other interested concert goers after that time. 


in Accordance to Corona Virus 


Samba Rio

Led by drummer Jay Lawrence, Samba Rio plays an exciting variety of Brazilian Samba music which includes everything from fast paced dance to slower, sensuous Bossa Nova music.

We are looking forward to booking  this group for our next season 

Fine Arts Center 

58 So. 100 W. 

Brigham City

FREE Concert*.

(Donations appreciated.)

Previous concerts

Samba Rio


Our March 2020 Concert will feature Brazilian Samba Music led by Drummer Jay Lawrence

A big thanks to our
Music in the City Concert supporters:

  • Excellence in the Community 
  • Utah Division of Arts & Museums
  • Chim Chiminey Fire Places
  • Brigham City Community Hosp. 
  • Cover Up
  • KSM Music
  • Brenda Larsen,
  • Chris Bolieau
  • Anonymous door donations

Note: this concert is still on as scheduled.  We may limit seating for safety measures. Plans are also in the works to video the concert live for those staying home for health reasons.