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The Mainstage

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What to expect

At the main stage, you will engage with dynamic keynote speakers and participate in riveting concerts with popular artists. 

At our keynote sessions, you have a chance to wrestle with big ideas, explore different perspectives, and grow together in a community. This is where inspiration meets action, and together, we'll chart a course for a vibrant and authentic faith in today's world. Be challenged, encouraged, and equipped to live out your faith boldly and meaningfully.

Between keynote speakers, you will have the opportunity to participate in various breakout activities. But head back to the Mainstage to join us for concerts from some of your favorite artists who are also members of the Church. 


Emily Belle Freeman

Young Women General President

Friday, August 2nd; 10:00 am

Details about her keynote address to come!

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Friday, August 2nd; 11:30 am

GENTRI, which is short for “The Gentlemen Trio” was established in June 2014 and is comprised of three dynamic tenors: Brad Robins, Casey Elliott, and Bradley Quinn Lever. The fourth member of the group is the award winning composer, arranger, and producer Stephen Nelson.


To date, GENTRI has released four EPs and four full length albums, the most recent being “Hymns II“, GENTRI’s second album to feature spiritual and inspirational music. Nearly all of GENTRI’s albums have reached #1 on various Billboard charts. The Gents are also known for their award-winning music videos, which have been featured on news outlets around the world including ABC World News, NBC Nightly News and Inside Edition. Their music videos have amassed over 400 million views online.


GENTRI has performed all over the United States and across the globe. They have shared the stage with world-renowned talent, including Tony Award-winning powerhouse Kristin Chenoweth, international tenor sensation Alfie Boe, Tony Award-winning vocalist Idina Menzel, and legendary rock bands Journey, Blondie and One Republic.

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William Joseph

Friday, August 2nd; 2:00 pm

William Joseph is one of the most electrifying pianists, composers and producers of our time. His rare virtuosity and passion left music icon David Foster mesmerized when he first heard him play. That chance encounter with Foster in Arizona sent Joseph’s career skyrocketing.

WJ has an incredible ability to create, manage, and produce live entertainment. Joseph is known for combining his music with dramatic theatrics and over the top visuals. He has a reputation for kicking-off events with explosive entrances, including dropping down from the ceiling James Bond style, entering on a flying stage, or rising from below the stage surrounded by pyrotechnics.

Elder Kyle S. McKay

Church Historian

Friday, August 2; 4:30PM


Sharon Eubank

Director, Welfare & Self Reliance Services

Saturday, August 3rd; 10:00 am

Join Sharon Eubank as she discusses her place in the Church as a single adult, a former leader in the relief society, and a driver of charitable giving for a worldwide humanitarian oranization. 

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Saturday, August 3rd; 11:30am

Iam Tongi had America tearing up from the moment he started singing, "Monster" by James Blunt. An emotional tribute to his father who'd encouraged him to audition for Idol but passed away before he made it in front of the judges, the performance instantly became a viral sensation. The quiet yet powerful maturity in this 18-year-old Samoan, Tongan from Hawaii's voice, is unparalleled.

An old soul, his beautiful rasp, with a light island influence permeates every note in every song he sings, invariably taking listeners on an emotional journey. Although Iam himself is rarely serious, preferring to approach life with a laugh and a joke, his musical taste and styling shows a depth of range far beyond his years. In his current single, "I'll Be Seeing You", Iam gorgeously laments about the loss of his father. His formidable vocal ability brings a yearning to those moments when, although you’ve lost someone, you realize they are never truly gone; you see them everywhere you look. Iam said, “This song is very beautiful, and it resonates with me, it means a lot to me. It is about my father and if you think about it, this song talks about “I’ll be seeing you wherever I go” because when a loved one passes away you are going to remember them in everyday life. My dad had to go to dialysis and every time we drive past the place, he had to get it done we always point and say, 'Oh, look, dad.' We never say, 'Oh look that’s where he used to get it done' we always just say 'dad.'” 

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Due West

Saturday, August 3rd; 2:00pm

Made up of Tim Gates, Matt Lopez and Brad Hull, the group formed at a Nashville house party in 2004. Since then, they have released singles including “Things You Can’t Do In A Car” and an EP Move Like That, which reached No. 8 on the iTunes Country Albums chart, No. 13 on the Billboard Heat-seekers Albums chart and landed on the Billboard Top 40 Country Albums chart.


Due West’s newest album Unbroken was produced by and co-written with Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Dean Dillion and was released Feb. 23, 2024 on Dillon’s Unwound Records.


“Bringing Due West into the Unwound Records family is an exciting move. Their talent speaks volumes, and I’m eager to see them shine in the world of country music,” shares Dillon.


Due West embarks on the latest leg of their journey promoting the new music, playing shows and captivating audiences with their smooth harmonies and inviting personalities.

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Elder Kevin W. Pearson

Utah Area President

Saturday, August 3rd; 4:30 pm

As the president of the Utah Area, there are few more concerned about the needs of young single adults than Elder Pearson. Join him as he discusses how we can draw closer to our Savior to find the strength to carry on. 

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