Murray Park Amphitheater


Murray Park Amphitheater

Located at 495 E 5300 South, the amphitheater is tucked between the cottonwoods and the creek in Murray Park. Seating includes aluminum benches with backs and spots for wheelchair access. Amphitheater policy allows you to bring in food and drinks (but no large coolers or alcoholic beverages). Smoking is prohibited. Parking can be accessed at 495 East 5300 South or in front of the Murray Parks Office inside Murray Park. For general questions about the Amphitheater, please contact the Parks and Recreation Office at 801-264-2614.

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Additional handicapped parking is located to the north of the Amphitheater and is accessed by a driveway just to the south of the Murray Parks Office. ADA Parking is located on the west side of the Amphitheater. The Amphitheater includes ramps at the gates that lead towards the main level seating and the upper level seating. Please see map for amphitheater layout and seating.

The Parks & Recreation Office will use its best efforts to accommodate the disabled. Special accommodations for the hearing or visually impaired will be made upon request directed to the Parks and Recreation Office at 801-264-2614 at least three working days prior to the event.


Rain-Out Policy

Be aware with the covered stage roof, we will continue some shows in the Amphitheater if rain is minimal - so bring an umbrella if needed. If weather is extreme for the audience, we generally will not determine any kind of decision until after 6 P.M. You may call (801) 264-2638 if this situation occurs.

In the event of a "rain-out", tickets can be exchanged at the Parks Office or used at the gate for entrance to another performance of the same show. A "rain-out" is defined as any performance canceled prior to the intermission. If using at the gate, please arrive 30 minutes prior to the show to secure available seating. If you are not able to attend another performance of the rain-out production, you must present your ticket/stub at the Murray Parks Office for another show of equal or lesser value. NO REFUNDS ALLOWED.

Utah State Covid-19 Low Risk Phase

Please adhere to the Utah State Covid-19 Low Risk Phase for Art and Culture Venues found HERE


Formed in 1977, the Murray Arts Council produced their first annual musical, South Pacific, on a temporary stage built in Murray Park in 1980. Through community support and fundraising, the Murray Park Amphitheater was built by 1985. The Amphitheater underwent a remodel in 2016-2017 which included the addition of a roof over the stage, changing rooms and a green room.