The Union Salt Lake City 2018 summer preview: MGMT, Father John Misty, James Bay and more
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The Union--one of Salt Lake City’s premier music venues--has teamed up with AEG Presents Rocky Mountains to bring SLC concertgoers some of music’s biggest names this summer. There’s a little something for everyone on The Union’s bill this year from country to electronic, hip-hop, rock, pop and comedy.

The summer season kicks off on May 17 with country singer-songwriter Billy Currington followed by electro-pop duo MGMT on May 22. Jack Antonoff’s indie-pop project Bleachers will close out the first month of summer at The Union on May 29. June boasts the hilarious musical comedy of the Los Angeles-based duo Ninja Sex Party on June 20 as well as the hip-hop/reggae fusion of Southern California's Dirty Heads on June 21. 

Ahead of his performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on August 15, singer-songwriter Father John Misty will stop into The Union on Aug. 13. September will see indie rock darlings The Head and the Heart followed in October by U.K. singer-songwriter and guitarist James Bay.

See below for a full list of shows at The Union in Salt Lake City this summer and keep it here at AXS for more updates on The Union’s summer lineup.

The Union Salt Lake City 2018:

May 17 - Billy Currington, Locash (Get Tickets)
May 18 - Steelfist Fight Night 
May 22 - MGMT (Get Tickets)
May 29 - Bleachers (Get Tickets)
June 20- Ninja Sex Party (Get Tickets)
June 21 - Dirty Heads (Get Tickets)
Aug. 7 - Coheed and Cambria / Taking Back Sunday
Aug. 13 - Father John Misty (Get Tickets)
Aug. 16 - Glass Animals
Sept. 13 - The Head and The Heart (Get Tickets)
Oct. 5 - James Bay (Get Tickets)