By Zach Collier
It’s been a wild ride since Provo Music Magazine launched last December. From a limited run of 100 copies for Les Femmes De Velour in February, our print edition has seen massive growth in an incredibly short amount of time. For example, our team increased production from 100 copies in February to 3,000 copies in June.
As editor of Provo Music Magazine, I’m pleased to announce that 30,000 copies of our Fall 2022 issue are now out all over Utah County: from Spanish Fork to Lehi and everywhere in between. Further, starting in February 2023, Provo Music Magazine will be published quarterly for a total of 120,000 copies in circulation next year. It’s our mission to shine a light on the incredible talent in the Provo/Orem area and provide meaningful exposure to the artists we write about. The print edition of Provo Music Magazine is just one way we do that.
We’d like to thank this issue’s incredible sponsors: Java Junkie, MJ Pianos, Cherry Hill Farms, Cascade Collision Repair, Gabb Music, Snowbird Roofing and Siding, Bun Boiz, Latter-Day Cafe, and The ARCH-HIVE.
Thanks to them, you’ll be able to tangibly read about Poolhouse’s wild upcoming year; changes to BYU’s arts facilities, Velour, and The Boardwalk; how the first all-female rock band was composed of four Mormon girls from Orem; and more.
If you would like to pick up a free copy of Provo Music Magazine, you can find them at shops along Center Street in Provo, Provo Towne Centre, Main Street in Springville, Main Street in Spanish Fork, University Place in Orem, and more. If it’s a mall, venue, or a main street in Utah County, you’re bound to come across a copy.
If you would like to support Utah music and have zines shipped straight to your door, subscribe to a year of Provo Music Magazine here.
Thanks for reading!