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To start your Sunday with a feeling of exaltation, attend Music and the Spoken word held in the tabernacle. Get there by 9:00am so you are present before the live program starts, You will learn of the history of the Tabernacle, the Choir (now called...More
The Tabernacle choir really is “America’s Choir.” You can see them perform or practice for free. It’s SO worth it. The choir sounds better than the ever have under the direction of Mack Wilberg. He is also a brilliant composer. The choir is truly world-class.
Possibly the greatest choir in america.
Accurate, traditional, inspirational. And free!
And in December, added bonus of spectacular Christmas lights at "Temple Square" where the choir is housed. They also often travel across the USA, and even other areas around the world. (Check their web...More
I was in Salt Lake City on a Sunday morning. I am not a Mormon but greatly admire their faith and strong belief in family. I listened to the choir and was literally transformed. I felt a strong presence of god in the arena. Highly...More
I went to see Tabernacle and Campus after research found on Thursday nights Choir had a paractice , was nice to go to do not expecta full show as it was a paractice session so remeber this, you still get to hear full songs when...More
My friend and I are headed to SLC for a work event this weekend. We only have 48 hours to make the most of it. Suggestions? We are late 20’s, no kids, adventure lovers (crazier the better)… Love the outdoors, photography, dancing, drinking, unique cultural experiences/food. We arrive in SLC at 10:30am on Friday Oct 23rd. We must be in Thanksgiving Point area by 6pm for the work event, which goes until 9pm. What should we do between 11am – 5pm? Antelope Island? Does it take 2 hours to get...More
October 19, 2015|
I agree you don't want to do Antelope Canyon the day of your event at Thanksgiving Point. I might head up to Brighton and Silver Lake that afternoon, take the road over Guardsman Pass, but continue on to Wasatch State Park in Heber Valley and then down Provo Canyon to Thanksgiving Point. If you stop and smell the roses, I pretty sure it wouldn't take you all 6 hrs to do that. You could take the detour up to Sundance, if you do then be sure to travel up the road just a bit to see the back...More
Morgan Hill, California
October weather & itineray (8 Replies)
My daughter and I are starting to plan an October trip ... fly to SLC, drive south with hiking in Arches, Canyonlands, down into Arizona (Canyon De Chelly and perhaps Navajo National monument--though that may be too far out of the way) then back to SLC with a night there ... unclear as to route yet... perhaps Monument Valley, Natural Bridges, Capital Reef, Torrey... or perhaps not so far west, depending on how much time we have. (I'm thinking a different trip for the western side of Utah and...More
August 30, 2017|
Late October is a pot shot in nothern UT. Sometimes for Halloween its 60-70 degrees out and sometimes its blizzard conditions. Most like - 80% to 90% you will have nice weather in late October but mid/early October is a bit safer. Another advantage of mid October is you may still catch some fall colors, but you are a little late. Going all the way to AZ makes it an awkward route with a lot of driving. Here's an alternative. 1 Night Park City 3-4 nights Moab. You could easily add a day...More
Brief stay--and on Sunday at that (4 Replies)
I've been to SLC myself many times, however my husband has never been. The last time I went, Sundays were a very SLOW day in the city...nothing opens or if it does, it opens late. My husband and I are travelling to Yellowstone, arriving in SLC on a Saturday around 2PM....and we'll take off north on Monday AM. That gives us one full day in SLC...Sunday. I figured, Saturday late in the day, I'd do the southern/eastern-most route. Take him to Park City/Provo....through the canyon. Then...More
July 27, 2005|
I would suggest looking around Salt Lake on Saturday when more things are open. If you want to see the Tabernacle Choir broadcast on Sunday morning, you will need to go to the Conference Center instead of the Tabernacle, because the Tabernacle is being renovated. I don't know if that will conflict with your church services or not. You might find it enjoyable though, and the conference center is ENORMOUS inside, so it's kind of cool to see. If you do your park city/provo drive on Sunday,...More