Located in downtown Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena seats nearly 20,000 people and includes fifty luxury suites. The arena, which opened in 1991 as the Delta Center, is owned and operated by Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment. It has been known as Vivint Smart Home Arena since October 2015, when the smart home and security company entered into a ten-year contract for the naming rights to the arena.
The naming rights agreement is a “true partnership built around innovation, community impact, and the drive to elevate the prominence of Utah,” according to Vivint CEO Todd Pedersen.
The arena is home to the Utah Jazz and welcomes around 1.8 million guests to more than 100 sports and entertainment events each year. Plus, 2017 arena renovations include extended and rebuilt entrances, more comfortable seating, and a large outdoor video board for fan watch parties—radically transforming the venue into a sleek, modern facility you’ll want to experience in person.
And you can experience the venue firsthand this spring and summer at the following events.
June 6, New Kids On The Block
With more than eighty million records sold, this reunited boy band rolls into Salt Lake City on June 6 as part of their MixTape Tour. New Kids On The Block will put on an upbeat show, featuring four special guests, full of hits from the Billboard charts.
July 11 and 12, Hugh Jackman
From X-Men to Les Misérables to The Greatest Showman, Hugh Jackman is one of the biggest names in film and theater entertainment. On this world tour, Jackman sings hit songs audiences are sure to love, accompanied by a live orchestra. You won’t want to miss this Golden Globe– and Tony Award–winning performer!
July 13, Ariana Grande
Because of her headlining performance at Coachella, Ariana Grande’s Salt Lake City stop is now rescheduled for July 13. This show concludes the Sweetener World Tour from the 2018 Billboard Woman of the Year, so it’s sure to be a showstopper.
July 16, Shawn Mendes
Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes has built quite the fanbase on the back of hits like “Stitches” and “Treat You Better.” He brings his global headlining tour, with support from special guest Alessia Cara, to SLC on July 16.
August 7, Backstreet Boys
Backstreet’s back! And their biggest tour in eighteen years is coming to Salt Lake City on August 7. With more than 130 million records sold, the Backstreet Boys are one of the biggest boy bands of all time. You know all the hits—so get ready to sing along.
September 4, Elton John
After more than half a century on the road, iconic entertainer Elton John is finally saying goodbye—but not before his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, which hits Vivint Smart Home Arena on September 4. This could be your last chance to see a legend. Don’t miss it!
September 14, Carrie Underwood
From American Idol to big stages throughout the world, Carrie Underwood is no stranger to the spotlight. She brings the Cry Pretty Tour 360 to Salt Lake City on September 14—and fans are ready to feel the love.