Events and Performances

Westminster hosts a variety of concerts, art exhibits, guest lectures, and theatrical performances.

Our cultural events program showcases the talents of Westminster students and faculty, and brings national and international leaders to campus to share their ideas on business, politics, religion, art, and many other topics. Everyone is welcome to attend. Most events are free (or minimal cost) to the public.

Lecture in theatre
Smores night

For driving directions and parking information please visit our Campus Map.

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ASW Events

The Associated Students of Westminster (ASW) organize weekly student life events to bring fun and engaging activities to campus.

View ASW Events

Athletics Events

Check out upcoming games and cheer on your fellow Griffins.

View Athletics Events

Information for Performances


Tickets for performances may be purchased online or at the Music and Theater Box Office located in the Jewett Center for the Performing Arts. For more information, call 801.832.2457.

Free Parking

Parking for performances can be found in the North Parking Garage located at 1700 South and 1200 East. The parking garage is adjacent to the Jewett Center for the Performing Arts, making for easy access.

Late Admittance

Those coming to a performance late will be seated between songs or at intermission.


Unless explicitly stated, children under the age of six are not allowed in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall.

Wheel-Chair Access

Wheelchair access to the building can be found on the ground floor on the west side of the Jewett Center for the Performing Arts, as well as on the main floor on the East Side of the building. Elevator access is available to all. Access to the Vieve Gore Concert Hall is on the main floor.

Venue Etiquette

Food and drink are not allowed in the performance venues. Cell phones and other electronic devices must be turned completely off as they interfere with recording equipment.