LEHI, Utah (June 6, 2022) — Thanksgiving Point is delighted to host the Utah Symphony for an evening performance on Thursday, June 23, 2022. Presented by Kem and Carolyn Gardner and Zions Bank, this outdoor performance begins at 8:30 pm and is held at the Waterfall Amphitheatre, located inside the Ashton Gardens.
The Utah Symphony has performed at Thanksgiving Point annually for 13 years. Located within the 50-acre Ashton Gardens, the Waterfall Amphitheatre serves as a unique and awe-inspiring outdoor location for this incredible group. This inspirational concert will feature popular tunes from movies, musical theatre, and opera at the base of the largest man-made waterfall in America. The performance will conclude with a terrific fireworks show.
The Utah Symphony, founded in 1940, is one of America’s major symphony orchestras and is known internationally for its distinctive performances and recording legacy. Today, the orchestra boasts 87 full-time, professional musicians and performs over 175 concerts each season. The Thanksgiving Point concert will be conducted by incoming Assistant Conductor Benjamin Manis.
The Ashton Gardens will close to the public at 5 pm on Thursday, June 23. Gates to the performance will open at 6:30 pm, and the performance will start at 8:30 pm. Guests are recommended to arrive early for the best seating options. Tickets can be purchased in advance by visiting thanksgivingpoint.org. General Admission tickets are $30, and Reserved Seats (with a low-back chair, bottle of water, and small snack) are $60 per person. Guests of all ages require a ticket. Thanksgiving Point members receive a 10 percent discount on all tickets.
The Utah Symphony performance is made possible through support from Kem and Carolyn Gardner and Zions Bank. Thanksgiving Point achieves its mission to bring to life the joy of learning and wonders of the natural world through world-class experiences that engage, delight, and inspire with help from generous organizations.
About Thanksgiving Point
Thanksgiving Point is a community-owned nonprofit with the mission to bring the joy of learning and wonders of the natural world to life through world-class experiences that engage, delight, and inspire. Created in 1995 by Alan and Karen Ashton, Thanksgiving Point is a center of community engagement and welcomes more than two million annual visitors to visit, dine, play, and explore together. Thanksgiving Point is located at 3003 North Thanksgiving Way in Lehi, Utah. For more information, call 801.768.2300 or visit thanksgivingpoint.org.
Abby Allard, Communications Manager