Ogden Twilight Concert Series
Learn more about the Ogden Twilight Concert Series including ticket and line-up information.
Alleged on 25th Street
Find more information about Alleged on 25th Street.
Peery's Egyptian Theater
Built in an era of sumptuous movie palaces, the 1924 theater has been returned to its original elegance. Designed to replicate the courtyard between two Egyptian temples, the building was constructed during a time when the discovery of King Tut’s tomb sparked the nation’s interest in Egyptian history and stoked imaginations.
Many folks in Ogden have contributed to the character and history of the Lighthouse. Starting at the original location at 315 24th Street, the bar was named for the adjacent/former business, Lighthouse Electric.
Ogden’s only 5 Star Dive Bar was originally built as a Prohibition Speak Easy by Ogden’s own Mayor Ora Bundy in the basement of the Ogden Courthouse. We have cheap drinks and amazing cocktails. Our small kitchen is amazing with new twists on classic bar food and a great Vegan menu.
Music On the Plaza
Learn more about Music on the Plaza including a list of performers.
The Union Station Foundation operates the historic Ogden Union Station as an educational and cultural resource. We celebrate the crossroads of the American West where the spirit of adventure inspires innovation and discovery for visitors of all ages.
Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music (OFOAM)
Ogden Friends of Acoustic Music's Mission is to bring live music to Ogden and provide free music education opportunities for youth. We have two amazing festivals in two beautiful Weber County Parks and kids 16 and younger are always free to participate in everything we do!
Chamber Orchestra Ogden
Chamber Orchestra Ogden is Ogden’s resident orchestra. They are a community-based semi-professional paid orchestra, drawing on local musicians. They perform primarily in the beautiful Peery’s Egyptian Theater, as well as occasional other venues in historic downtown Ogden. Learn more at chamberorchestraogden.org
NEXT focuses upon the human element in the stories of the music we tell. We seek to instigate conversation, not tell people what they are supposed to feel and think about the music. Instead of just performing pieces and expecting audiences to “get it” (although we don’t believe there’s a singular “it” to “get”), we engage a host to talk between pieces, suggesting things to listen for, introducing the performers, interviewing composers, dropping bits of stories about the music or composers along the way, taking questions, etc. – essentially acting as a tour guide through the concert. Furthermore, our organization lives in the very community in which it serves: that means we are tuned in to local issues and champions of Ogden’s unique culture and history.