Rooftop Concert:
Provo 311 Booth

Kaskade

Rooftop Concert Series will be closing out a record-breaking season in an appropriate fashion by featuring multi Grammy-nominated, chart-topping, dance artist/producer, KASKADE, on Friday, September 4! Joining Kaskade as openers are local favorites, The Brocks and Two Nations

Join us at 7:30 pm, on CENTER STREET in Downtown Provo. Don’t forget to check out the brand-new official Rooftop Concert Series t-shirts and band merch at the Sodalicious Rooftop Merch Trailer on 100 S.

PROVO 311 BOOTH

311 new Bill Pay app~3

Provo 311 will have a booth at the concert and will be giving out some amazing prizes!

All you have to do is:

  1. Download the Provo City Utilities App! The app is free and for your convenience. Search “Provo City Utilities” in the Apple App or Google Play Stores.
  2. Make a utility payment (first time set-up fee will be credited back to your utility account).
  3. Stop by the Provo 311 booth at the concert. Bring your device to show us your downloaded app and payment history. You’ll be entered into a drawing to win a pair of bluetooth wireless headphones + get a free T-SHIRT and OTHER PRIZES! 

OR

  1. Go online to onlinebiller.com/provocity sign up for paperless utility billing.
  2. Stop by the Provo 311 booth at the concert and you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a pair of bluetooth wireless headphones!

Provo Shirt

*If you’re not able to attend the rooftop concert you can still get a free T-SHIRT. Bring in proof to the 311 customer service center that you downloaded the app or signed up for paperless billing. If you make a payment using the new app we will put your name in a drawing to win a pair of Bluetooth Wireless Headphones.

ROAD CLOSURE HEADS-UP

Please take note of the following road closures:

  • Center Street eastbound lane will be closed on Thursday, September 3, starting at 8:00 am from University Avenue to Freedom Boulevard.
  • Center Street westbound lane will be closed on Thursday, September 3 starting at 7:00 pm from University Avenue to Freedom Boulevard.
  • Center Street will reopen on Saturday, September 5 at 6:00 am.

Road Closure

DOWNTOWN PARKING

Ride your Bike – Ride your bike to the concert to avoid traffic and park your bike at our Free Bicycle Valet and get a safety checkup hosted by Provo Bicycle Collective and Mad Dog Cycles! Find the Mad Dog trailer on 100 S.

Ride UTA – Forget about worrying where to park, think green and hop on the bus and get off along University Ave. More information here.

FrontRunner – Introducing the best thing to happen to Provo since BYU Creamery! UTA’s commuter rail service, Frontrunner, runs to 600 South in Provo from stations up and down Utah and Salt Lake counties. You can even ride all the way to Salt Lake City International Airport. View current schedules here.

Parking – There are thousands of easily accessible and free parking spaces in downtown Provo. The map below shows just how convenient parking downtown it can be. Click on the image to view a larger map.

Downtown Parking

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  1. Sad Citizen

    I miss the real Provo.
    Nearly a decade ago, I lived in the Salt Lake valley for a few months. Boy, I couldn’t get out of there fast enough! I hated the big city feel. I hated not feeling safe walking down the street by myself. I hated the crowds and traffic and people everywhere. So I moved to Provo. It was a breath of fresh air (literally). It was a family friendly place, with a quieter, more peaceful atmosphere. Well, that Provo is gone. These days, I feel uncomfortable (borderline fearful) walking through downtown Provo, or Eastbay. People regularly hurl catcalls out their car windows as they drive by. Rough, unkempt individuals lounge around on benches and street corners, frequently asking for money, or just leering at those who walk past. Crowds of people smoking who-knows-what gather outside the various smoke shops. I can only hold my breath for so long as I try to walk down the sidewalk as crowds of these individuals block the path and make it difficult to get from point A to point B. In the Old Provo, there used to be these fun events called the Rooftop Concert Series. It was fun to go and listen to the folksy music, with cute little families gathered around, seated on blankets, enjoying the ambiance. Those days are no more. Quite by chance, I found myself downtown during the Latino festival and Sept 4 “Rooftop” concert. I was trying to walk down the street to a quiet little restaurant to enjoy a peaceful dinner. Every third person I passed looked like a hooker or was smoking some variation of a cigarette. Gone were the cute little families. “Music” was blaring in a mosh-pit type gathering. There was Salt Lake style harshness everywhere. Salt Lake traffic, parking, and course, rude people. Brash, Las Vegas-style entertainment in the shadow of the hideous Nuskin monstrosity. Gone is the family-friendly Provo I used to know. Not only will I avoid inviting my family to Provo events, but I will be avoiding the downtown area like the plague when I know there will be large events/activities hosted there. Thankfully, I live on the southern outskirts of the city. You can bet I will be looking for a more family-friendly environment (like Springville or Mapleton) when it comes time for me to move again. Thanks, Mayor Curtis, or whomever is responsible for bringing trash to town.

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