Events

Picture Your Pet With Santa

The Photo Box Photography will be at the Humane Society of Utah again this holiday season for our annual portrait fundraiser! A variety of backdrops will be available for you to choose from. Portrait sessions can be scheduled with or without pets, kids, family, or Santa. The $25 sitting fee includes a same day 8x10 portrait and is a tax-deductible donation to HSU. The $25 fee MUST be paid at the time of booking. You also have the option to purchase additional prints or holiday greeting cards after your photo shoot. Appointments are available for the following dates: Nov. 4 & 5, Nov. 11 & 12, Nov. 18 & 19, Dec. 2 & 3, Dec. 9 & 10 Register here: https://www.utahhumane.org/PYPWS


Nova Chamber Music Series

The NOVA Chamber Music Series will continue its 40th Anniversary Season with the second concert of the Subscription Series, held in Libby Gardner Hall at the University of Utah School of Music.

This concert showcases an exceptional lineup of Utah performers: musicians include Utah Symphony Principal Cellist Rainer Eudeikis, Principal Second Violin Claude Halter, Associate Principal Clarinet Erin Svoboda, and pianist Kimi Kawashima of Westminster College. They will be performing C.P.E Bach’s inventive Cello Concerto in A Major and Olivier Messiaen’s miraculous Quartet for the End of Time.

Rainer Eudeikis joined the Utah Symphony as principal cellist in 2014, following completion of his studies at the Curtis Institute of Music. He has also been principal cellist of the Mainly Mozart Festival, Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, and Central City Opera, and has performed with the National Arts Centre Orchestra of Canada as guest principal cellist.


I PREVAIL Rage On Stage Tour With THE WORD ALIVE WE CAME AS ROMANS ESCAPE THE FATE

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Azizi Gibson with Earthworm, Sam Maxfield, Twuan of MindBody&Beats

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John Cleese and Monty Python & the Holy Grail

Live at the Eccles presents John Cleese and Monty Python & the Holy Grail Sunday, November 19, 2017 at the Eccles Theater in downtown Salt Lake City. ArtTix is the official source for tickets for Live at the Eccles events. Living comedy legend, JOHN CLEESE, is heading in your general direction for a live and truly unforgettable evening of conversation and audience Q&A.*** Absurd and/or ridiculous questions only are requested, please. John will tell stories of his life and career and you just may finally find out the air-speed of an unladen swallow. Before John silly walks his way on to the stage, the excitement will build as the audience will get to watch Monty Python and the HolyGrail in its entirety on the big screen. Don’t miss your chance to see the man who has achieved nothing short of comedy royalty in this thrill-of-a lifetime evening. TICKETS: http://live-at-the-eccles.com/events/john-cleese-monty-python ***Coconuts NOT included in ticket price.


Flobots with Scenic Byway

Alternative hip-hop band Flobots’ highly anticipated fourth album, NOENEMIES, will be released May 5, 2017.
NOENEMIES is, without question, Flobots’ most ambitious and sophisticated statement to date -  both lyrically and musically. Funded entirely by a Kickstarter campaign that raised over $80,000, the music on NOENEMIES is undeniably Flobots music, but it’s also assuredly music made by artists who have matured and expanded their horizons.
Influenced by stories shared by Flobots’ friend and longtime mentor and Southern Freedom Movement historian and professor - the late Dr. Vincent Harding, and inspired by the band’s recent grassroots community work hosting workshops, classes and keynote speeches about using collective song to build social movements, NOENEMIES is a body of songs that speak to the urgency of the current moment. 

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Chad VanGaalen with Head Portals

Nobody cared about their old heads, because the new ones work just fine now, don't they?.... they have the same size mouth and eyes.
The song "Old Heads" is a sci-fi space anthem to technology that constantly replaces itself, proving both necessary and unnecessary at the same time. It's also a jangly pop gem, a trip through the fantastical that is ultimately warm and relatable. This remarkable coexistence is one of many achievements of Chad VanGaalen's Light Information, his sixth record on Sub Pop, due September 8th.
For an album that's about "not feeling comfortable with really anything," as Van Gaalen says, Light Information is nonetheless a vivid, welcoming journey through future worlds and relentless memories. The rich soundscapes and sometimes jarring imagery ("I'll be the host body, yes, for the parasitic demons. They can eat me from the inside out, I already hear them chewing.") could only come from the mind of a creative polymath--an accomplished visual artist, animator, director, and producer, VanGaalen has scored television shows, designed puppet characters for Adult Swim, directed videos for Shabazz Palaces, Strand of Oaks, METZ, Dan Deacon, and The Head and the Heart, and produced records for Women, Alvvays, and others.
While alienation has always been a theme of VanGaalen's music, Light Information draws on a new kind of wisdom--and anxiety--gained as he watches his kids growing up. "Being a parent has given me a sort of alternate perspective, worrying about exposure to a new type of consciousness that's happening through the internet," he says. "I didn't have that growing up, and I'm maybe trying to preserve a little bit of that selfishly for my kids."

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Cannibal Corpse With Power Trip Gatecreeper

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JAI WOLF

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Open Blues Jam hosted by Robby's Blues Explosion

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