Josaleigh Pollett and the Strangers w/ Fort Defiance (Nashville)

$5 cover

Indigenous / Tony Holiday & The Velvetones

Tony Holiday and the Velvetones (Winner of Best in State 2017)are a 4-7 piece Blues Band that will knock your socks off ya feet!

Ian Ewing with Regular Ass Dude, DJ Feral Williams

an grew up a self-taught instrumentalist who has always been hungry to create musical ideas of his own. Upon entering college, he thoroughly fell in love with hip hop and the history behind it. This was his gateway into electronic beat production where he finds himself today, as he strives to create ambient compositions of sample-based sounds blended with his own instrumentation.

Ian has had the pleasure of working with some of his favorite producers of today's scene. In his short tenure as a beatmaker, his music has already earned widespread attention and support from music fans across the globe, including respected DJs and platforms such as Soulection, DJ Complexion, Nest HQ, Indie Shuffle, and more.

Opal Hill Drive w/ Soundingstone

$5 cover charge

Lost in Bourbon w/ Thomas Gorrio and the Traveling Gypsy

$5 cover charge

Bonanza Town

Bonanza Town gets people moving with their blues-rock dance parties. Aiming to please, versatile, and focused on the live experience, Bonanza Town leaves audiences sweaty and smiling.

Bonanza Town

Salt Lake Symphony

The Salt Lake Symphony will present a concert on Saturday, April 28th at 7:30 pm at Libby Gardner Concert Hall on President’s Circle on the University of Utah campus. The concert will feature piano soloist Andrew Staupe and guest conductor Russell Guyver. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for students and seniors. Tickets will be available at the door with cash, check or credit card. 

April brings guest conductor Russell Guyver to town for his first appearance, and also the return of pianist Andrew Staupe, an audience favorite from last season. A cornerstone of the orchestral repertoire, Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony will be played alongside two lesser-known works, Malcolm Arnold’s Scottish Dances and Tchaikovsky’s thrilling “other piano concerto,” the Piano Concerto No. 2. Come hear the familiar and soon-to-be familiar music at Libby Gardner Concert Hall!

Guest conductor Russell Guyver will present a preconcert talk in Room 272 from 6:15 to 7:00 pm. The talk is free and open to the public. 

Spring Daffodils at Red Butte Garden

This spring visit Red Butte Garden to see the growing display of over 460,000 blooming bulbs! In the fall of 2017, staff and volunteers planted 32,600 more bulbs, including many in the Adaptive Beauty terrace of the new Water Conservation Garden.

 The bulbs usually begin to bloom in March with ground-covering mini-Iris in various shades of blues, purples, and yellows. Then in April, fresh, show-stopping daffodils herald the arrival of spring. Visit the Garden April 14 through April 28 for the best blooms. The Garden has over 239,018 daffodils and 228,413 other bulbs such as Allium, Anemone, Cyclamen, Galanthus, Hyacinth, and more. Flowering bulbs are not the only showy spring display— trees and shrubs also begin to blossom throughout the Garden—Serviceberry, Crabapple, Magnolia, Flowering Cherry, Pears, and Lilacs.  

 Since 2013, Red Butte Garden has been recognized as an official Daffodil Display Garden by the American Daffodil Society. Our display represents all 13 recognized daffodil divisions, which are based on floral parts and species derivation. 

Samba Fogo Presents Ouca-Listen

Samba Fogo proudly presents: Ouca – Listen April 26th through 28th.  This is an evening of live music and dance, on fire. Drawing on rich Afro-Brazilian culture and mythology, Samba Fogo ignites the stage as they weave traditional and contemporary dance, fire spinning, and diverse live music. The concert will feature original musical compositions, sound scores, and high-energy choreography, performed by a cast of over 35 spectacular artists, including a dance company of 12. The live band for this year’s concert includes vocalists Solange Gomes and George Edgar Brown, hailing from São Paulo and Brasilia, Brazil. These talented vocalists will be backed by a string quintet, a horn line, and a mobile “bateria” Brazilian drumline – a diverse and dynamic orchestra, providing a rhythmic and musical backdrop inspired by traditions from Cuba, Africa, and Brazil.  Tickets available at