Are you ready for Arrowfest this summer? Read about all the events planned at Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre

Get ready to rock out all summer long at this season’s Arrowfest shows! 2024 will feature legends Styx, The Doobie Brothers, ZZ Top and more.

By bonneville on June 5, 2024


Every year, 1035 The Arrow hosts “Arrowfest,” which brings thousands of Utahns together to enjoy the outdoors and rock out. This year, they will host four events to entertain you all summer long. 

You can purchase your tickets for all these upcoming events at Live Nation. Keep reading to learn more about the artists featured in this year’s lineup! 

June 26: Styx, Foreigner, and John Waite

Join the crew from the Arrow at the “Renegades & Jukebox Heroes Tour” to see these bands performing together for the last time. 

Styx may be an ancient goddess in Greek mythology, but they’re also a classic rock band from Chicago, Illinois. Known for the hits “Come Sail Away” and “Renegade,” they stand out for their mix of acoustic and synthetic instruments, becoming staples in the progressive rock scene. 

Foreigner returns again to Utah for an evening of power ballads that will get everyone singing along. The band has released nine studio albums since their eponymous debut in March 1977. They’ve also embarked on over 40 world tours, including two residencies in Las Vegas and several anniversary tours.

John Waite, popularly known for the hit “Missing You,” will also grace the stage with these legends. Waite has had a successful solo career in addition to being the lead singer of Bad English and the Baby’s.  

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August 16: Australian Pink Floyd

This world-renowned tribute band to Pink Floyd will make you enjoy the classic songs more than you thought possible. The band formed in 1988 in Adelaide, South Australia, and recreated the look and feel of an authentic Pink Floyd show. Think lasers, inflatable toys, and displays similar to Mr. Screen. 

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August 30: The Doobie Brothers with special guest Steve Winwood

Forming in 1969, The Doobie Brothers have a yacht rock style, with hits like “Listen to the Music” that take listeners on a pleasant listening journey. They have a strong following in their home state of California, even earning street cred from the Hell’s Angels. 

Steve Winwood was a former teenage R&B star who turned to jazz, psych rock, blues, and other rock types in his solo career. His powerful voice is paired with his knack for the keyboard. Winwood has had a prolific career as an in-demand session musician with several high-profile projects like Traffic, which earned him an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. 

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September 26: ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, with special guest Outlaws

Texas rhythm and blues rockers ZZ Top started in 1969 with vocalist-guitarist Billy Gibbons, drummer Frank Beard, and bassist-vocalist Dusty Hill. The band still consists of Gibbons and Beard, but following Hill’s death, the band welcomed Elwood Francis on bass. Until Hill’s death, they had the longest-running band with an unchanged lineup. 

Lynyrd Skynyrd are known for pioneering the Southern rock genre, with hits like “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Free Bird” being anthems in the region. In 2004, they were included on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Artists of All Time list and inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006. 

The Outlaws hail from Tampa, Florida, situating themselves in the Southern rock genre along with Lynyrd Skynyrd. They’re best known for their 1975 hit “There Goes Another Love Song and extended guitar jam “Green Grass and High Tides. 

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Concerts at the amphitheater are guaranteed fun, but make sure you plan your trip before you head out to make sure you have a rocking time! Find your favorite DJs at the Arrow booth to participate in Five for the Drive and see the 103 Days of Summer Giveaway trailer.

This year’s celebration is powered by Glass Doctor’s of Midvale

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