ULCF Announces Orem “Come Together” Rock Festival

Orem Come Together Festival Black and White Logo
Orem Come Together Festival

Utah Live Concerts and Orem City Set for “Come Together” Music Festival

Group Creates New Events Linking Veteran Musicians with Utah Communities

OREM, UTAH—April 21, 2021—Utah Live Concerts Foundation (ULCF) today announced an agreement with Orem City to produce a two-day “Come Together” music festival to end Summer with a bang. Festival planners are tuning up an event with plenty of rockin’ family fun August 20-21 at City Center Park. This year’s festival will build on the 2020 Summerfest Lite event that safely hosted 3,000+ fans, but now with a twist.

“We are thrilled to see the ever-shrinking pandemic spread allowing folks to get back to Summer fun,” states Orem City Mayor Richard Brunst.  “Our terrific arts council, city employees, and Utah Live Concerts are committed to provide the safest concert event possible.”

This year’s event will not only feature food trucks, festival swag, and lots of shade, but some new components. Plans are in place to enable a youth music workshop for aspiring performers. In addition, bands are being selected for a special Beatles Tribute section and other surprises. Of course, there will be prizes. 

ULCF’s formal mission is to create better opportunities for affordable family entertainment using the deep reservoir of local talent performing music festivals and events. Utah Live Concerts Foundation consists of experienced, local professionals with the proven resources to plan, collaborate, and execute unique, fun, and cause-related community musical events in Utah. These include Touring-grade Sound Engineering & Equipment, Web Design/Creation, Stage Design & Management, Public Relations, Sales & Sponsorship Procurement, and Graphic Arts. 

“The Come Together planning team is thrilled to apply our expertise once again free for fans in Orem,” states John Pilmer, 2021 board trustee for Utah Live Concerts Foundation. “We will deliver high quality execution for each event we work on. Fans and sponsors have given us high marks for previous events we’ve managed, even during last year’s challenges.”

ULCF also seeks to create youth components in events geared to encourage younger musicians. There will also be continued focus on the senior community that has enjoyed such events over the years. Partner charities are also an important key for 2021 and beyond. Orem sponsors and volunteers for the festival are currently being sought. Fans, sponsors, and volunteers can follow, volunteer or find the latest on Utah Live Concerts events at www.utahliveconcerts.org .

About Utah Live Concerts Foundation

Utah Live Concerts Foundation provides professional, family friendly events that are cause-related and advance communities with a special focus on meeting the needs of the underserved. We align with corporate sponsors and 501c3 non-profit organizations to benefit marginalized folks in your area. Our critical connections include dozens of bands and hundreds of skilled musicians ready to rock ANY sized venue!



  1. Hello I play with Gina Marie Osmond (Donny and Marie’s Niece) in BONE band. We would like to play for this event. I believe Matt Rushton knows us. we have had many different members some have passed on. We started in 1982 and have played Geezerfest twice however that was before Gina joined us

  2. Hello. I am very excited to hear of this event. I am with a Rock Band out of Cedar City. Four seasoned professionals all over 50. Our name is Desert Reign and we would love to perform at this awesome event. Please follow links provided for more info. Thanks in advance for your consideration



  3. Hello I have a band called The Trip we would like to play this event . I sent a link to our video an original song called See The Light. It was filmed at a pool party please excuse the girls in the bikinis.😉

  4. Hello! We are The Atomic Blue and we’d love to play at this event! We’ve played all around Utah County and the music scene here. Message us with any info you have!

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