Gallivan Center

In The Heart of Salt Lake City

november

13nov7:30 pm9:00 pmTom Young Septet@ Gallivan Center, 7:30pm

20nov7:30 pm9:00 pmHot House West@ Gallivan Center, 7:30pm

27nov7:30 pm9:00 pmDaniel Tselyakov Piano Quintet@ Gallivan Center, 7:30pm

december

04dec7:30 pm9:00 pmJohn Petrucelli@ Gallivan Center, 7:30pm

11dec7:30 pm9:00 pmLemoyne Taylor & Valley Jazz@ Gallivan Center, 7:30pm

18dec7:30 pm9:00 pmQ’d Up with Kelly Eisenhower@ Gallivan Center, 7:30pm

Directions

239 Main Street

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

The best parking for Gallivan Center events is under the Plaza. Access is on 200 South, between Main and State street. The parking entrance can only be accessed when traveling eastbound on 200 South. In practical terms, this means you must turn East onto 200 South from either West Temple or Main Street.

Event parking is about $5.

Winter at the

Gallivan Center

Winter doesn’t hold us back. During the colder, months we move upstairs to Gallivan Hall which is one of the most beautiful indoor venues in Utah. We are happy to say that Excellence concerts held in Gallivan Hall are equivalent to the top Jazz clubs in the world. Come see for yourself!

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Summer at the

Gallivan Center

The Gallivan events center is one of our most popular venues. Located in downtown Salt Lake City it is a great place to catch a show and have dinner. During the summer we host our famous Big Band Tuesday events which feature free dance lessons from Ballroom Utah and a full big band!

Best Spot for Music in Utah

“The Gallivan Center is a green and gracious ‘living room’ for downtown. The venue hosts a series of rousing concerts, bringing together audiences of all ages. The folks at Excellence in the Community are key players in bringing prominent Utah artists to the venue year-round. This past holiday season, for instance, Gallivan hosted the likes of jazz quintet, Blue Haiku, Lark & Spur and the Utah Symphony.”
Salt Lake Magazine, Best of the Beehive Edition  July / August 2015, page 84