Jay Leno and REO Speedwagon at Tuacahn

Spring Break is the perfect time to relax, enjoy the warmer weather, and catch some serious entertainment. The Tuacahn Amphitheater, one of the most renowned performing arts centers in Utah, has two excellent acts coming to its stage this spring: comedian Jay Leno and rock band REO Speedwagon. Each performance will make your Spring Break one that you’ll remember for years to come.

Jay Leno at Tuacahn

Jay Leno, the legendary performer, TV host, and comedian, will bring his one-man show to the Tuacahn on March 25, 2016. If you’ve never seen him live, prepare yourself: Leno is hilarious and definitely knows how to entertain a crowd. Audiences across the United States and the globe have given rave reviews of his performances, which include plenty of jokes delivered in a way that only Jay Leno can. The show starts at 7:30 pm, and tickets range in price from $59.50-$79.50.

If classic rock gets you moving, you surely know about the group REO Speedwagon. This chart-topping band is still going strong, and they’ll be performing at the Tuacahn Amphitheater on April 2, 2016. It’s not often that you can see a live performance from a musical act that’s sold over 22 million albums and received this much acclaim. Since they began performing in 1967 they’ve dedicated themselves to giving their all at each show, and that’s still true today. The combo of great vocals, dazzling lights, and REO Speedwagon’s favorite hits guarantees a night that music lovers will treasure long after the curtain closes. The REO Speedwagon concert starts at 8:00 pm, and tickets range in price from $49.00-$69.00.


Tuacahn provides the perfect setting to enjoy these performers, and their staff is committed to ensuring you have a wonderful time. If you want to see either of these shows, it’s best to grab a ticket online before all seats are sold out. To get your fill of laughs and awesome music this Spring Break, head to the Tuacahn to see Jay Leno and REO Speedwagon.

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