Tuacahn is a world-class professional theater surrounded by stunning 1,500-foot red cliffs near St. George. In addition to Broadway-caliber live theater, Tuacahn also features great concerts in the spring and fall. 2017 Season Packages provide a great way to save money on shows and concerts. Tuacahn also serves delicious pre-show dinners before each Broadway show, along with a great array of free entertainment on the Tuacahn plaza.
The Utah Shakespeare Festival provides Tony Award-winning Theater where audiences can experience the thrill and tradition of Shakespearean drama alongside modern classic theater. For more information on current shows, please visit their website or call the box office at 800-PLAYTIX.
Brigham’s Playhouse believes in the power of live theater and its ability to provide audiences and performing artists with life-changing experiences.
The Dixie State University Theatre Department is proud to present quality productions in the Eccles Fine Arts Center Main Stage Theatre. For more information on current shows, please visit their website or call 435-652-7800.
St. George Musical Theater creates, promotes and encourages community participation in performing arts that uplift, inspire and educate thereby increasing understanding, brotherhood, and joy in our community. Visit our website to see our current & upcoming shows.
The Stage Door is a non-profit Performing Arts organization dedicated to providing the highest quality of instruction in the Arts. They also provide excellent theatrical productions and vocal performances for the general public. (Broadway Theater Series, Concerts, Summer Youth Camps, So Utah Vocal Edge Competition, Classes and more)
Celebrity Concert Series audiences will thrill to some of the finest artists and entertainment available anywhere in the world. From Russian ballet to opera and chamber orchestras – CCS presents world-famous artists from all over the world. Season memberships are offered to include all presentations in one season or through individual concert tickets. For tickets please visit their website or call 435-652-7800.
The stunning 2,000-seat outdoor Tanner Amphitheater, nestled beneath the towering cliffs of Zion National Park, provides a perfect setting for their summer Twilight Concert Series on Saturday nights from May through August. A multi-discipline series is presented each season including symphony, bluegrass, country, jazz and contemporary dance. Owned and operated by Dixie State University, the facility also features a conference center for classes, workshops, and retreats.
The Southwest Symphony Orchestra performs at the Cox Performing Arts Center on the campus of Dixie State University. As the cornerstone of the arts in Southern Utah, the Southwest Symphony is now in its 36th season. The 75-member orchestra, conducted by Maestro Lucas Darger, fulfills a role in the community as a viable cultural resource of symphonic music and educational advocacy. The Symphony also presents the annual Handel’s Messiah.as a gift to the community, thanks to its many community sponsors. As a 501(c) (3) entity, the Symphony relies on funding through public and private sources.
Founded in 1994 as part of the St. George Temple Visitors’ Center, the Southern Utah Heritage Choir has become a musical voice for all seasons in Utah’s Color Country. This 200 voice ensemble, consisting of musicians from all walks of life and many different faiths, unites local citizens for special community celebrations, formal concerts, and patriotic events and has presented music throughout America and internationally on concert tours. The choir is under the direction of Dr. Nancy Allred, Artistic Director and Dr. Ken Peterson, Conductor.
The heart of the Kayenta Community in Ivins, Coyote Gulch Art Village is a growing enclave of art galleries, studios, café, gift and coffee shop. Its array of arts-oriented enterprises offers fine art, gifts, photography, events, classes, gourmet food, and coffee. An arts center, a retail center, or just a place to relax and explore, the Coyote Gulch Art Village is open to the public and everyone is welcome.
Kayenta Arts Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop and create an environment that fosters diverse artistic endeavors for educational and enrichment purposes.
This leading art museum features fine traveling exhibits of many cultures and times as well as the work of local and regional artists. Located across from the main post office in downtown St. George, the Museum is part of a historic Pioneer Center for the Arts complex. The family friendly discovery center is always available in the Museum for visitors to experience. Call for current exhibits and programs, or visit the website.
The St. George Children’s Museum provides vibrant and engaging interactive activities that invite children and families to discover, imagine and create.
The St George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm houses a collection of dinosaur tracks, fossilized fish, plants, and other animals, essentially preserving an entire Late Triassic ecosystem. The tracks date to 200 million years ago and contain unique tail drags, swim tracks, and a highly unusual crouching track.
The Roene B.Difiore Center for Art and Education is an artistic and educational resource for students of all ages and backgrounds, teachers, parents and an advocate for the arts in Washington County and Southern Utah.
The Arrowhead Gallery is a non-profit co-op art gallery. The gallery’s goal is to provide an environment for emerging artists to showcase their diverse talents, creating, exhibiting, and selling their works. The Southern Utah Art Guild created the space with the desire of enriching the cultural life of the community.
Silver mining town from the mid to late 1800’s. Became a Ghost Town in the 1900’s. The Wells Fargo Express Stop, built in 1877, is now a museum and gift shop. Events and lectures 4th weekend of the month, check website www.Silver Reef.org