Saturday's Voyeur- The SH*T Show

Utah’s favorite summer celebration, SATURDAY’S VOYEUR 2017 by Allen Nevins and Nancy Borgenicht will close out Salt Lake Acting Company's season with a bang. Written new each year, this annual musical satire connects SLAC to the community like nothing else. You bring the picnic, we’ll bring the party! Performs Wed-Sun from June 21st- August 27th. For more information contact the box office at: 801-363-7522 To purchase tickets:

Tony Holiday & The Velvetones

Venue Info: Newpark Amphitheater is located in the heart of Newpark Town Center and is surrounded by several restaurants, retail shops & the pristine Swaner Nature Preserve. These community concerts take place Thursday during the summer and feature national, regional and local touring acts in a beautiful forum environment. Bring a blanket, picnic, spirits to imbibe and get your groove on with friends and neighbors. 1388 Center Dr, Park City, UT 84098 Tony Holiday & The Velvetones Bio: ENDORSED BY SHAKER HARMONICA MICS! and WINNER OF 2012 GORILLA MUSIC BATTLE OF THE BANDS–Tony Holiday and The Velvetones are full of blues goodness with a bit of a southern rock flare. They’re definitely impressive; Tony and his band will leave the crowd wanting more after each show. The skill of each musician is incredible. The music is enticing, energetic, and it’s damn near impossible to listen to and keep a desire to stay in your seat. Tony Holiday is a rising figure in the national harmonica scene, receiving props from such harmonica legends as Lazy Lester, Adam Gussow, Walking Cane Mark, and Ronnie Shellist. His reputation in the blues community has landed him an endorsement from Shaker Harmonica Mics, which he promotes all over the country. Though harmonica is his strong point, Tony also plays guitar with a southern blues style that compliments his harp wonderfully. He switches seamlessly from harmonica to guitar and back, often in the same song. Dave “Rico” Iden is the driving force on drums that propels The Velvetones night after night. After countless stops on the road, Dave knows what it takes to provide the backbone of a great rhythm section, and how to produce the beat that will get everyone out on the dance floor. His energy is what really makes Tony Holiday and The Velvetones such an exciting experience. Adam “The Kid” Fifield does the job of two people in The Velvetones, playing bass and keys at the same time. His left hand lays down the thumping bass lines that get your feet tapping. He breaks out in screaming organ solos with his right hand, keeping the bass going the whole time. Together with Dave “Rico” Iden, Adam completes the rhythm section that is the perfect foundation for Tony Holiday’s guitar and harmonica. –– ”Holiday is highly regarded in the music community; he has been playing music circuits, but on any given night you can find him playing in bars, sitting in or watching local artists.” –Salt Lake City Weekly– They love their local SLC music scene, and at home and on the road they have shared the stage with Legendary Shorty Gilbert,Guitar Shorty,Tinsley Ellis, Charlie Daniels Band, Eric Mcfadden, Jerry Joseph, Timmi Cruz, Soulive’s Alan Evans, The Band of Heathens, Floater, Marinade,Rev. Payton’s Big Damn Band, Stonefed, and so many more.

Solange Twilight Concert Series

Celebrating its 30th Anniversary, Twilight Concert Series returns to Pioneer Park on Thursdays in the summer. Find out how to Twililight here.

Gates at 5:00pm

Author Event: Scott E. Tarbet

What do an unlikely team of US Navy SEALs, a Russian Spetsnaz and a young Chinese-American agent have in common? They’re all trying to stop a powerful new weapon in local author Scott E. Tarbet’s new techno-thriller “Dragon Moon.” Tarbet will discuss “Dragon Moon” and the challenges of writing a techno-thriller. Q&A and book signing will follow the presentation. Books will be available for purchase at the event.


Pinegrove with Stephen Steinbrink


D-Strong with Dusk, Poet, Calhoon Popadopolis, IVIE, DJ SamEyeAm, DJ Intimin8

Teen STEM Camp: Junk Drawer Robotics

Looking for something STEMulating to do this summer? Try Junk Drawer Robotics. Registration required; visit your local County Library location to sign up. Learn more:

UMFA Volunteer Information Sessions

Join people of all backgrounds and ages as a UMFA volunteer. Learn more about current opportunities—including the upcoming Fall 2017 Docent Class—at these drop-in informational sessions.

 Each hour-long session is located in the UMFA classroom. 

 Can’t make it? Contact to receive volunteer information and an application.

Craft Lake City DIY Festival

Craft Lake City is looking for dedicated volunteers for the 2017 DIY Festival! Volunteers are essential to the festival and help with setup, load in, VIP lounge, kids area, Google Fiber STEM Building and more! Shifts last 3-4 hours. Volunteers receive free admission to the festival, a volunteer t-shirt, soft drinks, meals and more! To submit an application, go to the link below or contact Brian Marquez at for more info!