Sometimes, you just crave the chance to sing your heart out. But this time, it doesn’t have to be in the shower. Try one of the following 10 karaoke bars in Utah to fulfill your taste for momentary stardom!
A classic, Salt Lake City neighborhood karaoke joint, Willie’s Lounge doesn’t pretend to be anything fancy. Opened in 1948, the joint offers karaoke Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, in addition to 40 different beers, an outdoor patio, two pool tables, and a foosball table. Known for its cheap prices, cleanliness, and friendly atmosphere, Willie’s is a fun place to spend your evening.
In addition to its famous dueling piano show, the Tavernacle Social Club has regular karaoke nights, and even what they call “Bingo Karaoke.” This is a party spot for all types of celebrations, including birthdays, anniversaries, engagements, graduations, and bachelorette or bachelor parties.
Known to be busy on a regular basis, Cheers to You attracts all types with its pool tournaments, regular karaoke nights, and chill staff. A comforting atmosphere that is proud to be local, the drinks are cheap and the good times always roll, no questions asked.
This is the place to go for karaoke if you’re starving for both “stage time” and some seriously satisfying grub. Known for its down-home flavors and portion sizes, Callie’s Café also has a lesser known bar that opens onto the café portion of the restaurant. Selling only beer, the bar isn’t as well-known for its drinks as it is for its karaoke. In all honesty, it’s low-stress, off-tune singing for people who want to relax and goof off with family and friends.
Although it doesn’t technically count as a bar, the Wall on Brigham Young University’s campus is a nice spot for karaoke lovers who don’t drink. With regular karaoke and open-mic nights, the Wall also sells killer burgers and fries with Utah’s beloved “fry sauce.”
With karaoke on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday nights, Scofy’s Social Club is probably the most karaoke-obsessed bar on this list. Other recurring events include dart night, live music night, and poker night. And in case you want to get tipsy on something other than beer, Scofy’s has some nice specialty martinis.
When you think of a good bar or pub, Piper Down Pub hopes you think of the Irish pub tradition. Why? Because that’s exactly the vibes they have succeeded in attaining. Like a real old-fashioned Irish pub with all the modern conveniences, Piper Down Pub feels authentic in more ways than one.
Located in the smaller town of Magna, Utah, Copper Miner Saloon feels pretty rustic. Here, you can play pool, sing karaoke, and enjoy great company, all the while feeling like you’ve taken a step back in time, or that you’ve landed yourself in the great American West.
Keys on Main really delivers when it comes to great karaoke songs. The staff are willing to bend over backwards to get you the kind of music you want to sing, so that you don’t make too much of a fool of yourself attempting rap or country when you really just want to sing Britney Spears’ greatest hits. This is a fun place for a party, wild or tame.
Even though we’re still not sure what the exact theme is at Kamikazes – House of Rock, there’s no getting around the fact that the place makes for superb people watching. Selling inexpensive Greek eats, a good variety of drinks, and an ounce of mystery, you can even sing karaoke here, or if you’re too scared, enjoy live music from local bands.