How to get Tickets for Salt Lake City Events.
Find the Concrt, Sports or Theaterical event of your choice from the schedule above and then click the orange “View Tickets” link to advance to the following screen. You will be able to select seats via our interactive seating charts which allow you to compare multiple sections at one time, choose locations by price range or quantity as well as when available view the stage, field or court from all areas of the arena.
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Salt Lake City Concert Tickets
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Utah's first recognized residents were the ancient Pueblo People, also known as the Anasazi Indians. (1 A.D. to 1300) The Ute Tribe, from which the state gets its name, and the Navajo Indians also roamed the area.
Salt Lake City was founded on July 24, 1847, by a group of Mormon pioneers. (Mormons are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.) The pioneers, led by Brigham Young, were the first non-Indians to settle enduringly in the valley. The founding group number 148, consisting of 143 men, three women, and two children.
The Mormons came to the valley in looking for of a region where they could practice their religion, free from hostile mobs and harassment. When Brigham Young first saw the valley, he said, "This is the right place."
On the very day of the entrance, the pioneers began tilling the soil and planting crops. Within a few days, plans were drawn for Great Salt Lake City, named after the salty internal lake which under enemy control the desert to the west. Out from the center of the city, now Temple Square, blocks were set in a grid pattern in 10-acre squares, alienated by streets 132 feet wide -- "wide enough for a team of four oxen and a covered wagon to turn around."