BYU Vocal Point sings “It is Well with My Soul” in its newest music video. The 9-man a cappella will perform at the Covey Center for the Arts this weekend.

Spring has almost sprung. While you’re waiting for the buds to appear, don’t let the March chill keep you inside. Utah Valley always has something going on — whether it’s a musical performance, sporting events or a random affair – and you shouldn’t miss it. Here are five weekend best bets for entertainment.

LDS Film Festival

Lights, camera, action! See LDS films before they are released in theaters this upcoming year. The 16th Annual LDS Film Festival doesn’t only showcase movies, but also has presentations by local directors such as Rob Diamond and T.C. Christensen. See the entire LDS Film Festival schedule here.

When: March 1–4
Where: SCERA
Cost: $8 for individual events; $20 for day passes (see prices here)
Site: ldsfilmfestival.org

“Once in the Time of Trolls”

Damsel in distress takes on the heroine role as Katrina seeks to rescue her prince from the evil Troll Princess. Receiving guidance from the Four Winds, Katrina sets out on her expedition. This UVU production is a “sensory friendly performance,” meaning it is family-friendly with lower sound levels and more accommodations.

When: March 3–18 at 7:30 p.m. with Saturday matinee at 2 p.m.
Where: UVU Noorda Regional Theatre
Cost: $16 general admission; $12 for students
Site: uvu.edu

BYU Vocal Point

Utah Valley’s favorite boy band with a twist takes the stage for its annual performance at the Covey Center for the Arts. This 9-man a cappella group will wear the blue and bust some moves to cover some of your favorite songs.

When: March 2–3 at 7:30 p.m. with Saturday matinee at 3 p.m.
Where: Covey Center for the Arts
Cost: $15–$17
Site: coveycenter.org

“Last Train to Nibroc”

When two strangers meet on a train carrying deceased American writers Nathaniel West and F. Scott Fitzergald, they make plans to attend the Nibroc Festival despite living in different states. As they get to know each other, these love birds seem to be flying in different directions with their dreams, but can the Nibroc Festival help bring them together?

When: Feb. 16 – March 11 at 7:30 p.m.
Where: Covey Center for the Arts
Cost: $16 general admission; $14 for seniors/students/military
Site: coveycenter.org

BYU men’s volleyball

Bump, spike, kill this weekend with a night at the Smith Fieldhouse. No. 3 BYU men’s volleyball team (14-2, 8-1) returns home Friday night to take on Cal Baptist.

When: March 3 at 7 p.m.
Where: Smith Fieldhouse, BYU
Cost: $5–$35
Site: byucougars.com

Do you have a Utah Valley event you want to add to the calendar? Email us at news@utahvalley360.com.

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