Velour Live Music Gallery

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Velour Live Music Gallery
Velour Live Music Gallery front in 2017.jpg
The front of the Velour Live Music Gallery
Location135 North University Ave, Provo, Utah 84601
TypeMusic gallery
Genre(s)Rock, folk
OpenedJanuary 13, 2006

Velour Live Music Gallery (often just Velour) is a music venue, on University Avenue, in Provo, Utah. Velour is owned by Corey Fox. It acts as an all-ages music venue catering to an eclectic mix of genres. It is also a smoking and alcohol free environment.[1]

Fictionist performing at the Velour in Provo, Nov 2016

Neon Trees (Mercury) credit Velour as their home venue which helped launch their career.[2][3][4] Other artists who similarly hold this same sentiment include major label artists Imagine Dragons (Interscope), Fictionist (Atlantic),[5] Isaac Russell (Columbia),[6] and notable folk singer Joshua James.[7] Other Utah artists have hailed the work of Corey Fox and the value of Velour Live Music Gallery including internet sensation Lindsey Stirling, Truman Brothers[8] and The Used (Hopeless).[9] Imagine Dragons and Neon Trees are both past winners of the Velour Battle of the Bands.

SPIN has also dubbed Velour Live Music Gallery one of the Best Kept Secrets in Utah. Similarly, the venue was listed on the "Best of Utah" in 2007. BYUtv indie music show AUDIO-FILES has had multiple episodes filmed at Velour including episodes featuring Imagine Dragons, Joshua James, Damien Jurado, and others.

Artists, including Imagine Dragons, Neon Trees, Sara Bareilles, Matt Nathanson, Ryan Bingham & The Dead Horses, Local Natives, The National Parks, and many more have played this small taste-making venue.


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  1. ^ "Back Velour, if you please: Corey Fox feels right at home with latest music venture on University Av". 2006-01-11. Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  2. ^ "Bars & Nightclubs: Velour - Provo". Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  3. ^ Scott Iwasaki - Correspondent (2011-01-13). "Underdog Provo music venue marks 5th anniversary". Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  4. ^ "Neon Trees: Mtn Dew's Green Label Experience, SLC". YouTube. 2010-09-22. Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  5. ^ Megan Adams (2012-01-12). "Provo emerges as music scene hot spot | The Universe". Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  6. ^ Mason Porter (2012-03-29). "Joshua James and Isaac Russell play two nights at Velour Live Music Gallery | The Universe". Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  7. ^ Mason Porter (2012-01-12). "Velour celebrates six years of local music | The Universe". Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  8. ^ PROVO, Davis Blount ANALOG. "With 'Dukes of Delmont' LP, Truman Brothers reconnect with old Provo ties". Daily Herald. Retrieved 2017-10-31.
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Coordinates: 40°14′08″N 111°39′32″W / 40.23556°N 111.65889°W / 40.23556; -111.65889