San Fransisco Gay Men's Chorus

The all-volunteer San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (August 6) has embodied an unparalleled standard of talent-driven social justice, since its first appearance in 1978, at the candlelight vigil following the assassinations of Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. Their first nine-city U.S. tour, in 1981, was so impactful, the Chorus helped many of its host cities establish their own gay men’s choral groups. Today, Artistic Director, Dr. Timothy Seelig, leads over 275 singers in the large chorus, as well as four outreach vocal ensembles. SFGMC recently scrapped plans for an international tour, instead creating an itinerary of stops in “red states.” Launching in October, The Lavender Pen Tour will harness the power of the SFGMC’s message of equality and inclusiveness, and the value in treating all individuals – irrespective of differences – with dignity. They will bring their songs of inspiration, hope—and a healthy dose of their signature whimsy—to our stage. Buy To This Event

Fruit bats

John Moreland

The replay of John Moreland's network television debut is…glorious and affirming and a sucker punch. He is announced by Stephen Colbert, lights dissolve, and the camera slowly focuses on the person midway across the unadorned stage, revealing him beneath muted blue lights.

Open Blues Jam hosted by Robby's Blues Explosion

Teen STEM Camp: Tell Tale Heart and Bat Eyes

Looking for something STEMulating to do this summer? Try Tell Tale Heart and Bat Eyes on August 7th and 8th. Registration required; visit your local County Library location to sign up. Learn more:

Teen STEM Camp: Human Body

Looking for something STEMulating to do this summer? Try learning about the human body. Registration required; visit your local County Library location to sign up. Learn more:

Monday Family Nights at Red Butte

Red Butte Garden presents Monday Family Nights; Regular Garden Admission / Garden Members Free / 6:30-8:30PM; information online:

 Explore the diversity in our community! Bring a picnic and blanket to enjoy a performance at either 6:30PM or 7:30PM in the Red Butte Garden Courtyard/Four Seasons Garden and share in a Garden related craft or activity to wrap up the evening.

June 19 – Divya School of Dance  - Indian dance including Bharatnatyam, Mohiniyattom, & Bollywood

 June 26 – Joshy Soul, Soulful and jazzy original compositions of 1950’s & 60’s era music

July 17 – Samba Fogo: Traditional Braziliam Samba drumming and dancing

July 31 – Jambo African Burundi Drummers, Drumming, singing and dancing

August 7 – Island Traditions; Dances and music from Hawaii, New Zealand, Samoa and Tahiti

World Travelers

Every summer since 2005 the Utah Cultural Celebration Center has presented the WorldStage! Summer Concert Series – an outdoor musical and cultural experience for the whole family, all summer long. The 2017 series presents a vibrant and exciting cross section of entertainment, featuring classical, jazz, rock, international folk, and country music! Everyone is invited to this free concert series.

August 7: World Travelers

Since 2009 the Utah Cultural Celebration Center has partnered with Bountiful Davis Art Center to present traveling international folk musicians and dancers. Previous performers have included Poland, Hungary, Romania, Taiwan, France, Italy, and Indonesia. Stay tuned for this year's lineup!  Explore your world!  

Emily Bell with Kambree

Dance classes at the County Library

Put your dancing shoes on and learn the Foxtrot from Ballroom Utah at the County Library — for free! These new-to-you dance steps can be learned on their own or in preparation for a dance and live concert on July 8 at the Library's Viridian Event Center. Music will be provided by Night Star Orchestra with Katrina Cannon. We'll see you on the dance floor!

West Valley, July 12, Fox Trot
Whitmore July 13, Waltz
Kearns, July 15, Rumba
Whitmore July 20, Cha Cha
Tyler August 7 ChaCha
West Valley August 9, Samba
South Jordan, August 16, Swing