Should I bring my own chair?
You bet. And we recommend the low-to-the-ground kind. Come relax, and enjoy a beautiful evening under the stars.
I have a band. We’re really good. We have our own microphones. We want to play at the Rooftop Concert Series. Can we?
We’re flattered you want to be a part of our concert series. If you are a great band, getting attention, playing lots of shows and developing a following, and making good, original music, we’ll hear about you and will want to invite you to play.
Are the concerts on Saturday?
Nope. Friday. Always Friday. The first Friday of every month from May through October 2012.
Are the concerts on Tuesday?
Refer to the previous question
Where do the concerts take place?
On top of the Central Bank parking terrace, which is located at the corner of 100 West and 100 North in Provo, Utah, you’re favorite town.
How much do the concerts cost?
That’s what’s so great about this. They are FREE!
What time do the concerts start?
Our official start time is 8pm. We usually have a warm-up band that will start at 7:30 as people settle in. We open the roof to allow people to set up at 6pm.
Can kids come?
Anyone can come. We suggest that before you come to the concerts, you listen to the particular artists that are playing to determine if it’s something your kids would like. Some concerts will be more suited for kids than others. Old people can come, too, but not the cranky ones that are always trying to tell you about how loud the music is and how much their last surgery cost and how come we don’t have anyone from Hee-Haw playing.
Who designs your amazing posters?
So glad you like them. They’re desingned by the brilliant Matt Mildenstein.
Can I help?
You better believe it. If you’d like to volunteer, you can read about that here. If you’re a downtown business and would like to become a sponsor, we’d love to include you. Contact Justin Hackworth. His email is email@example.com
Who are you people?
We are a group of people that care about making Provo a great place to live and spend our time. Our group is made up of a small committee (Sarah Wiley, Mindy Gledhill, Courtney Kendrick, Justin Hackworth) and a handful of enthusiastic volunteers.
Is there anywhere online, say for example, YouTube, where I can see the four of you interviewed by a guy with long hair but during the interview his hair is tied up in a bandana?
Wow. That’s specific. And as a matter of fact, there is an interview that’s just as you describe. It’s here.
Mindy Gledhill, Justin Hackworth, Courtney Kendrick, Sarah Wiley