SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Music festival season has officially kicked off — with the first weekend of Coachella wrapping up — and, here in Utah, there are plenty of opportunities for fans to experience big names onstage at a fraction of the price.

On Monday, the lineup for the 37th Twilight Concert Series in Salt Lake City was announced — featuring artists like Laufey, Jungle and The Marías, just to name a few.

Season passes go on sale beginning Tuesday, April 16, at 10 a.m., while tickets for individual shows go on sale starting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 17.

Season passes for general admission are expected to come out to around $80 after taxes and fees (for an average cost of about $13 per show) while VIP season passes will be about $275 after taxes and fees (for an average cost of about $46 per show).

Service fees are shown on the ticket website, but taxes are not shown until going through the ticketing process, so the prices may differ slightly. All shows will take place at the Gallivan Center except for The Marías, who will perform at Library Square.

Performance dates, individual ticket prices and more information about the performers are all included below.

Friday, June 21 — Laufey, Grace Enger, Anna Beck

The SLC Twilight Concert Series is scheduled to kick off with a bang — with the first performance of the series being Grammy-winning international pop and jazz sensation Laufey. Laufey is a multi-instrumentalist singer, composer and producer based in Los Angeles.

“As a musician, my goal is to bring jazz and classical music to my generation through a more accessible road,” Laufey said on her website.

One of her most popular songs is “From The Start,” and several of her songs have hundreds of millions of plays across streaming platforms.

Grace Enger has been supporting Laufey on The Goddess Tour. One of Enger’s most popular songs is “The Neighborhood,” which has several million streams. Several of her other songs have hundreds of thousands of plays.

Anna Beck is a local Utah singer who performed at Kilby Court earlier this year.

Individual tickets for Laufey will start at $20 before taxes and fees when purchased in advance.

Thursday, June 27 — Thee Sacred Souls, The Mañanas, Jazzy Olivo

Thee Sacred Souls is a band that plays what their website calls “Southern California sweet soul.”

Their song from 2020 “Can I Call You Rose?” has taken off in 2024, being featured in several videos across various social media platforms. The band aims for a more old-school sound — taking inspiration from the ’60s and ’70s eras of music — and has performed on several late-night shows and toured across several countries.

The Mañanas is a band from Denver, Colorado. The band released their debut album in 2021 and one of their most popular songs is “Don’t Think Your Love Has Given Up.”

Jazzy Olivo is a singer-songwriter from the Dominican Republic who is now based in Utah. One of her most popular videos is of her singing “El Circo.”

Individual tickets for Thee Sacred Souls will start at $15 before taxes and fees when purchased in advance.

Friday, July 19 — Watchhouse, TBA, Branson Anderson

Watchhouse is a folk duo made up of Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz that first started out with the name Mandolin Orange. After they had a child together, they went through a lot of changes — both with their music and their lives.

Despite the change in band name, traces of the former name still exist, as Watchhouse changed their artist name on platforms like YouTube and Spotify, but “Mandolin Orange” still shows up in the text of some music videos and album covers.

One of their most popular songs is “Golden Embers” and they have hundreds of millions of streams on several of their songs.

One of the opening acts has yet to be announced, but Branson Anderson is another local singer. Anderson is from Nevada and spends most of his time in Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.

Individual tickets for Watchhouse will start at $15 before taxes and fees when purchased in advance.

Wednesday, August 7 — Jungle, BALTHVS, The Plastic Cherries

Jungle is another band that has become quite popular on social media, with their song “Back on 74” taking platforms by storm and inspiring users to recreate dancers’ moves from the official music video.

BALTHVS is described as “a Colombian psychedelic funk trio” that combines elements from genres including disco and Middle Eastern music. BALTHVS has reached millions of streams worldwide and played at Colombia’s largest music festival.

The Plastic Cherries hail from Utah and often perform in the Salt Lake area and states surrounding Utah, according to their website. Their most popular song to date is “Lovers On The Run.”

Individual tickets for Jungle will start at $15 before taxes and fees when purchased in advance.

Friday, August 16 — The Marías, Automatic, Homephone

The Marías is a Grammy-nominated band that has collaborated with the likes of Bad Bunny and Tainy.

The Marías are set to release their sophomore album, “Submarine,” at the end of May. The band released the album’s lead single “Run Your Mouth” in March. One of their most popular songs is “Cariño,” and they have hundreds of millions of plays on several songs.

Automatic is joining The Marías on their North American tour, including the stop in Salt Lake City. One of their most popular songs is “Too Much Money” and they just released their latest album “Excess” in 2022.

Homephone is a band based in Salt Lake City, and their song “More Than Chemical” has earned tens of thousands of streams.

Individual tickets for The Marías will start at $15 before taxes and fees when purchased in advance.

Wednesday, August 21 — Alex G, julie, Cannibal Queen

Alex G is a Philadelphia-based musician who has several songs with hundreds of millions of streams. He started out writing and recording music in his bedroom as a teenager and later worked with Frank Ocean.

Alex G is known for songs like “Mary” and “Sarah” and released his latest album “God Save The Animals” in 2022.

There is not much information online about the band julie (stylized in all lowercase letters), yet it has managed to amass quite a large following on social media. One of their most popular songs is “flutter,” but one of their most popular music videos is for “pg.4 a picture of three hedges.”

Cannibal Queen is a local Utah artist who has opened for artists including Neon Trees and The Aces. Cannibal Queen has been making music in Salt Lake City since 2016 and has continued on that journey, playing at Kilby Block Party in the past and now at the Salt Lake City Twilight Concert Series.

Individual tickets for Alex G will start at $10 before taxes and fees when purchased in advance.

Venue and event rules

When buying tickets, a warning at the bottom of the page reads, “All events are held rain or shine. Artists subject to change.”

Everyone entering the venue — including children — needs to have a ticket. There will be free water stations, as well as food trucks and beverage stations.

There are no refunds (even if a specific artist cancels) and there is no re-entry into the venue. Weapons, firearms, backpacks, large purses and pets (excluding service animals) are also not allowed.

Umbrellas, blankets, chairs, coolers, outside food/drink/alcohol/liquids, drones and professional recording equipment are prohibited.