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Wilmington Plaza Concerts are a free concert series presented as part of the mission to bring more live music to the Sugar House district of Salt Lake City. 


Wilmington Plaza Concerts run from 6-9 pm on Wednesdays in July 2018 and are general admission with limited seating provided by the venue.  Feel free to bring a lawn chair.  The plaza is open air on the creek at Hidden Hollow, 60 feet from the stage!

 These concerts are made possible thanks to over a dozen Wilmington Plaza area businesses, City Weekly and

Please visit our sponsors at their booths and thank them for doing this!  We are so grateful and proud of these shows!

JULY 18, 2018, 6 - 9 PM

John Flanders Jazz Quartet

John Flanders is an in demand saxophone and woodwind player whose music can be heard on TV, radio and in film.    A bandleader, session player and producer; John's recordings have received critical acclaim.  John has performed with The Temptations, Billy Preston, Solomon Burke, Wayne Newton, Frankie Avalon, Rodney Dangerfield, Don Rickles, Patty Andrews, Sam Moore, Ben Folds, and many others.  His groups have headlined jazz festivals and tours in the USA and Europe. 


Wilmington Plaza is located on Hidden Hollow Creek in the heart of Sugar House at 1215 Wilmington Avenue, Salt Lake City, UT  84106.  Surrounded by some of SLC's most popular restaurants, bars, brew pubs and shopping, Wilmington Plaza Free Concerts are a brand new community event thanks to our partners and sponsors!

Car Parking, Bicycling, Walking and Blading/Skating...


Parking.  There is street parking and off-street parking all over Wilmington Avenue.  The designated parking for the concerts is the Legacy Village Public Parking Garage directly across the street on Wilmington Avenue.  If the gate is open on arrival, parking is free.  If it not, the first hour is free and then it is $2/hr.  However, area businesses on the plaza and Wilmington Avenue do offer validations when you to business with them.

Bicycling Paths/Lanes. You can check out the bike paths/lanes by clicking the map below and selecting 'Bicycle' in the left menu. Here is a bike trail map from  If you want to stroll or roll-in from Sugar House Park, the plaza is accessible by the creekside trail from Sugar House Park via the walking and biking tunnel under 1300 east.


Concert Policies

The plaza is private property and the owners, event management and sponsors is a safe place for all persons.  A place where music happens and s
afety, manners and respect at all times for all members of our community are mandatory.

No fireworks, yelling, loud portable music players please.  No skates/boards on the plaza; use the Hidden Hollow paths right next to the stage - but look out for dogs, kids and pedestrians.  Last, no glass on the plaza...pleeez!

Have fun and enjoy some of the the fantastic music our community has to offer!

Questions?  Call 801-577-2263

Up Next...

Wed July 25
is the last concert of the series and and features a crew of 13-16 year old musician MusicGarage.Org to rock the plaza with classic and modern rock and blues. 


MusicGarage.Org Youth will open for The Vitals - a band that rock music deeply rooted in blues, country and Americana.

The Vitals are on regular rotation at area venues and festivals and have their next show at the Utah Beer Festival.

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