U92 SUMMER JAM MAKES A COMEBACK IN UTAH IN 2022 AT RIO TINTO STADIUM  

After five long years, U92 is proud to announce the return of Summer Jam 2022 at Rio Tinto Stadium.  Artists like RUSS, YG with Cordae, Vince Staples and Jnr Choi will rock the stage at the University of Utah Health Plaza on June 17, at 5:00 p.m. MT 

 

“The whole UCREW is beyond excited to bring back the iconic U92 Summer Jam to Utah, especially with our friends at Rio Tinto Stadium,” says U92 DJ Erockalypze. “So many memories have been made at the show where you get to see your favorite hip hop stars come together. And, to do it for the first time in Sandy, in the place where our favorite sports team calls home, its epic backdrop, and the great new stage and sound system really brings it all together.” 

 

According to Erockalypze, RUSS has already sold out countless shows, while YG is an icon in west coast hip hop.  With the addition of a legend like Vince Staples and rising stars like Cordae and Jnr Choi, it’s sure to be a classic.  

 

Summer Jam is one of several concerts planned for Rio Tinto Stadium over the summer.    

RSL President John Kimball says, “Rio Tinto is more than a first-class soccer stadium, it’s a world-class entertainment venue.  We’ve hosted legends like Paul McCartney and Jason Aldean, and we’re excited to help U92 bring back Summer Jam.”  

 

Tickets on are on sale now. 

 

About Rio Tinto Stadium
Rio Tinto Stadium has been home to Real Salt Lake since October of 2008 and has housed the Major League Soccer team through its most successful years including its 2009 MLS Cup Championship and 2010-11 CONCACAF Champions League run in which RSL finished runners-up, the furthest any MLS team has reached in the prestigious international club tournament.  Rio Tinto Stadium plays host to RSL’s 17 home MLS regular season matches as well as matches in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and friendlies featuring some of the top international clubs in the world.  The 20,000-seat venue is located in Sandy, Utah, and sits at the base of the Wasatch Mountains and features views that are among the best in North American professional sports.  With the America First Credit Union Pavilion, Midfield Club and University of Utah Health Plaza, the venue offers a variety of entertainment options outside of the stadium field to host a broad spectrum of events.