For A Wonderful Highland Bagpipe Experience: Visit to Gallivan Center
John W. Gallivan is the former legendary publisher of Salt Lake City's largest circulated daily newspaper, the Salt Lake Tribune, from 1960 - 1984. Because of his great literary contributions, the urban plaza popularly known in the heart of Salt Lake City the John W. Gallivan Utah Center, was named after him in 1993. Know more on Wiki.
The Gallivan Center on Wiki
The center is located between 200 South and Broadway, and State and Main. You can take the UTA TRAX station adjacent to it coming from Sandy Line and the University line. It is Salt Lake City's focal point serving as its outdoor living room. Where else in the city can you find an array of unique art projects, an ice rink, an ampitheater, a large chess board, an aviary and light wells? And at their official site, you will get more information.
The Gallivan Center Official Site
It's no wonder why the center is a very popular event venue in downtown Salt Lake City having hosted a multitude of twilight and lunchtime concerts. On weekdays, the center is jam packed with people all over gathering to enjoy their lunchtime meal with their friends, families, and loved ones. For a list of the venues upcoming events, visit the Gallivan Center's calendar of events.
The Gallivan Center Calendar of Events
The Gallivan Center is a place where you can enjoy fun filled activities with your family, ice skate by the moonlight, rock out to your favorite band, host and design your own special event, and more. The center as you may already have an idea is quite a popular venue for family affairs such as debuts, weddings, anniversaries, and other types of celebrations, though corporate sponsored events are also most welcome. Interested? Visit, invite and follow them on Facebook if you have your own account.
The Gallivan Center on Facebook