Entertainment in Southern Utah

There is plenty of entertainment in St. George and near by communities.  You can experience local theatre, school performances and don’t miss Tuacahn, “Broadway in the desert”!

Local Entertainment

Celebrity Concert Series
Do you remember the first time you were touched by a performance or an actor’s passion and you were somehow transported to a realm of emotions and experiences? You weren’t just affected for a moment – thrilled, amused, astonished, moved – something within you changed permanently. As CCS continues to bring world-class artists to our community, we remind ourselves of these wonderful experiences and emotions affected by the performing arts – concerts that are capable of more than just entertaining us.
Local Cinemas
View local movie theatre locations, current movies showing and purchase tickets online.
Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum
Visit the wonders of the planets greatest animals in their natural habitat. View over 300 species on over a quarter mile indoor mountain. Movies, shopping and more!
Southwest Symphony
St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site
Go back millions of years when dinosuars ruled the world. St.George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm is a world-class dinosaur site that includes the rare combination of fossilized bones & footprints of dinosaurs and many other ancient animals.
St. George Musical Theatre
Souther Utah’s finest theater in-the-round. Attending one of our performances is an intimate experience!
Tony Award Winning Utah Shakespearean Festival
The Festival’s first season was in 1962, and it is now in its forty-fifth year. It is one of the oldest and largest Shakespearean festivals in North America. The Festival is located in Cedar City, Utah, a community of approximately 28,000 people, and is within a day’s drive of seven national parks and numerous national and state forests, monuments, and recreation areas.
Tuacahn Amphitheater
Tuacahn is a $23 million arts and education facility, known for its spectacular 2,000 seat outdoor amphitheater surrounded by 1500 ft. red rock cliffs located in Ivins, Utah. With over 150,000 visitors each year, Tuacahn has become one of the most popular theatrical and entertainment venues in Utah.