Rooftop Concert Series 2016

Rooftop

Hey Rooftop Concert Series Fans! Hope you’re excited for the first show of the season! Join us this Friday, May 6th in front of the Nu Skin building (100 W Center) starting at 7:30 pm for a FREE concert showcasing the finest bands in Utah.

The show will include co-headliners The Str!ke and The Aces, both Utah music scene standouts. The Str!ke has gained national recognition playing with acts like Journey and Kelly Clarkson, as well as appearing on ‘Dancing with the Stars,’ among other shows. The Aces, formerly The Blue Aces, is the Provo phenom who have opened for local favorite, Neon Trees, and will also be releasing their newest EP this summer. Opening the show for the evening is the hip hop sounds of Mimi Knowles, who will be bringing his full band for the first time ever on the Rooftop stage.

ROAD CLOSURE HEADS-UP

Please take note of the following road closures:

  • Center Street eastbound lane will be closed on Friday, May 6 starting at 7:00 am from University Avenue to Freedom Boulevard.
  • Center Street westbound lane will be closed on Friday, May 6 starting at 1:00 pm from University Avenue to Freedom Boulevard.
  • 100 West southbound lane will be closed on Friday, May 6 starting at 4:00 pm from 100 North to Center Street.
  • Center Street will reopen on Saturday, May 7.

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DOWNTOWN PARKING

Ride your Bike – Ride your bike to the concert to avoid traffic and park your bike at our Free Bicycle Valet hosted by Canyon Bicycle and the Provo Bicycle Committee!

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 – Parking in Downtown Provo isn’t as stressful as it sounds. ProvoBuzz has plotted out all the spots you need to know in order for you to get around town. Use the interactive Downtown Provo parking map below to find the best place for you to park.

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  1. Alexis

    It sure would be nice if these concerts were more family friendly. The times I have taken my children we have a hard time finding a place to enjoy the show that we are not surrounded by foul language, people smoking cigarettes and marijuana! Is there not something that can be done about at least the smoking issue?

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