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Due West

When the pieces fall into place, you know it. For the three guys known as Due West, that time is now. The magic happened the first time they ever sang together when old friends Matt Lopez and Brad Hull met Tim Gates at a party. The three started harmonizing and the other attendees kept asking how long they'd been a group. It's been happening ever since as they've toured the country, visiting radio stations and playing for appreciative audiences along the way. Due West has fans here in Utah and especially at the Sandy Amphitheater.

Date: 2014-08-22
Time: 8:00 PM
Ticket Price: $16-$10

Special Information: On Sale: May 12 @ 9am. Rain or shine event.

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About This Person/Group

Due West is a trio comprised of Tim Gates, Brad Hull and Matt Lopez. Originally from Sheridan, Wyo., Lopez was living in Arizona when he and Hull (a Thatcher, Ariz., native) first met. Shortly after Hull moved to Nashville in 2001 to attend Belmont University, Lopez followed. The pair encountered Gates (a Richfield, Utah, native) at a house party, and were taken with his guitar playing, singing and especially his repertoire: Shenandoah, Mark Chesnutt, McBride and the Ride and Keith Whitley. As Lopez and Hull jumped in on harmonies, the trio made an instant connection that night. Following their grand debut at a local VFW event, the yet-unnamed band booked a regular gig at the Alabama Grill where Gates was working as a manager. Hull and Lopez eventually scored publishing deals with Jason Deere, whose encouragement and direction led to the official creation of Due West. Deere, who eventually became Due West's producer and honorary fourth bandmate, soon arranged a meeting with RCA. Due West was almost immediately signed to a development deal and dropped nearly as quickly when Sony and BMG merged in 2006. However they are expected to release their debut album on an independent label in 2009. - Duewest.com

Venue Details

***2014 Changes***
Starting with the 2014 season, all chairs brought into the amphitheater for seating on the lawn will be limited to a height of 12" from the ground to the seat. No chairs taller than this will be allowed. Also, the lawn area will no longer be separated into chair and blanket sections. Both chairs and blankets will be able to go anywhere on the lawn. Chairs are recommended to ensure maximum visibility from the lawn.

ADDRESS
9400 South 1300 East
Sandy, UT 84094

DIRECTIONS
From the North (on I-15 S)
Depart I-15 South
At exit 295, take ramp right and follow signs for UT-209
Turn left onto UT-209 / W 9000 S
Turn right onto S 1300 E
Arrive at 9400 S 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84094

From the South (on I-15 N)
Depart I-15 North
At exit 295, take ramp right and follow signs for UT-209
Turn right onto UT-209 / W 9000 S
Turn right onto S 1300 E
Arrive at 9400 S 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84094

From the West (on I-215 E)
Depart I-215 East
At exit 9, take ramp right for Union Park Ave. South toward Cottonwood Heghts / Sandy / Midvale
Bear right onto Union Park Ave
Road name changes to S 1300 E
Arrive at 9400 S 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84094

ABOUT
The Sandy Amphitheater is a state of the art concert venue that seats 2,750 on both the lawn and in fixed chairs.