2020 Interfaith Music Evening

    Sunday, March 8
    6:00 p.m. in the Tabernacle

    Event Description

    Music, song, and dance will be in abundance at the 2020 Interfaith Music Evening hosted by the Salt Lake Interfaith Roundtable. The concert will be held on March 8, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. in the Tabernacle on Temple Square and is open to patrons of all ages and religious backgrounds. This night of unity and celebration will include musical performances, scriptural readings, and prayers from various Utah faith communities.

    This annual tribute originated during the 2002 Olympic Games as a time of prayerful reflection for religious leaders and others preparing to welcome the world to Salt Lake City. It returns every spring near the anniversary of the Games and is the signature event of Interfaith Month in Utah, which celebrates the legacy and spirit of global harmony and understanding.


    Tickets are not required.

    Special Considerations

    • For this event in the Tabernacle, admission is open to all ages.
    • Service dogs are not allowed in venues where meetings or events are being broadcast or recorded. Ushers will direct you to overflow viewing rooms where your service dog is allowed.
    • Patrons should not bring cameras or audio- or video-recording devices into the performance halls. Photographs are not permitted during the performance.
    • Sunday dress is encouraged.
    • Patrons should turn off pagers, cellular phones, and similar electronic devices during the performance.
    • Weapons (including pocketknives) are not permitted in performance halls.
    • Food and beverages are not permitted in performance halls.
    • Patrons may not bring packages or backpacks into performance halls.
    • Those attending the production should consider traffic congestion, plan to arrive early, and park in designated parking areas only.
    • The Tabernacle doors will open 60 minutes before the performance start time.
    • The length of the performance is approximately two hours.

    This free event is open to the public and will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Tabernacle.