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New Usana Amphitheatre announcement ... Glenn Beck?

Published February 14, 2013 5:45 pm
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Another Usana announcement, though you probably won't expect who the headliner is.

Glenn Beck's Man In the Moon tour will be at Usana Amphitheatre on Saturday, July 6 at 7 p.m.

Tickets go onsale Feb. 19 at 9 a.m. at SmithsTix, and are $75 for reserved seats, and $35 for lawn seats.

From a press release:

Man In The Moon is the exciting new stage spectacle by America's premiere storyteller—Glenn Beck! On July 6th, prepare yourself for a truly once in a lifetime experience. Under the stars in Salt Lake City, Utah's USANA Amphitheatre, Glenn will present his "moon's eye view" of the building of America. It's Glenn Beck's imagination come to life. It's Man In The Moon, a story like no other from the creative mind of a storyteller like no other—Glenn Beck.

Man In The Moon will excite and engage all your senses. At times, it will seem to defy logic. The visual spectacle will be beside you…in front of you…behind you. You're not just watching a show—you're inside the show. You'll be swept into a world of mesmerizing creations. Everything will be larger than life, and the moon itself will be there, shining bigger and brighter than you have ever seen it. The moon reminds us of how small we are, and how infinite the universe. The moon has been there from the beginning, reminding us that there is something bigger, something greater than us.




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