Best Combined Acts Coming to Utah in 2024

It is great to see one of your favorite artists or bands in concert, but it is even better when you can see two at a time. Here are three duo-concerts where you can see two acts for one and they are coming to Utah in 2024. 

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George Strait and Chris Stapleton 

For country music fans George Strait is as iconic as it gets. He has enough number one hits to make his own radio station. Combine that with Chris Stapleton who is an incredible songwriter and musician, and you have a great show. 

The show takes place June 29th at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake.  

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Styx with Foreigner 

Classic Rock fans can fill their cup with two incredible bands with multiple memorable tunes. Even though Styx made it big earlier than Foreigner, their sounds aren’t too far apart. It will make for an epic night of rock. 

See them at the Utah First Credit Union Amphitheater on June 26th. 

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Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper 

Turn the creep factor up to 11 with these two metal monsters. Alice blazed the trail for someone like Rob Zombie and seeing them together is like a disturbing family reunion. With these two, there is bound to be some amazing special effects. 

August 22nd at the Utah First Credit Union Amphitheater. 

2 for 1 is the Perfect Amount

You could make your way to one of the festivals and see multiple artists and that is a lot of fun, but it is a multiple day commitment. Two bands together is one great night of music that doesn't require camping out.

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