Events

Starry Night in Ogden

Friends of the Weber/Morgan Children's Justice Center would like to invite you to attend their Annual Starry Night in Ogden Gala. This years Kentucky Derby Theme will be Eventful! Come in your Best Dressed, Ladies wear your Big Fancy Hats & Gentleman put on your Bow-ties! Includes Hosted: Parking, Cocktail Social Hour 6-7:30pm, Dinner, Live & Silent Auction. Convenient Mobile & Tablet Bidding. Sign Up & Reserve Your Place Today! $75 per seat / $750 per table Sponsorship Opportunities: Please Contact us for addition information cjcogden.org | 801-778-6268 | Email: cjc-friends@utah.gov The annual fund raising event is to benefit The Friends of the Weber/Morgan Children's Justice Center a non-profit agency. Their mission is to serve child victims of crime, including sexual abuse and physical abuse.


Stewart Huff & Greg Warren

Two headlining comedians take the stage - Stewart Huff & Greg Warren – for a genuine night just for laughs. Beer sold to Ages 21+. No drink minimum. Steward Huff was voted "Best of the Fest" at the Aspen Comedy Festival. Greg Warren, seen on Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Late Late Show, and Comedy Central Presents. Reduced pricing Friday night! Tickets: Friday $15+, Saturday $19+


Aimee Mann

Aimee Mann's Mental Illness, her first album in five years, will be released on March 31 via her own SuperEgo Records. The record follows 2012's Charmer, which Rolling Stone proclaimed "shows off the more pop-oriented side to her usual acoustic tendencies." With this follow-up, she returns to a more musically soft-spoken but still lyrically barbed approach, as heard in the album's lead single, "Goose Snow Cone," which debuts today. Listen/share the track here: aimeemann.com. Mental Illness can be pre-ordered now at hyperurl.co/aimeemann.

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Leif Vollenbekk

Hailing from Ottawa, Canada, Leif Vollebekk is a multi-instrumentalist and singer/songwriter known for his somber, melancholy pop songs that capture the themes of yearning, long-lost love, and adventure. Vollenbekk's  third effort, Twin Solitude, features use of the Moog synthesizer and harp performances from Sarah Pagé of the Barr Brothers.


Vieux Farka Toure

Often referred to as "The Hendrix of the Sahara", Vieux Farka Touré was born in Niafunké, Mali in 1981. He is the son of legendary Malian guitar player Ali Farka Touré, who died in 2006. Ali Farka Touré came from a historical tribe of soldiers, and defied his parents in becoming a musician. When Vieux was in his teens, he declared that he also wanted to be a musician. His father dissaproved due to the pressures he had experienced being a musician. Rather, he wanted Vieux to become a soldier. But with help from family friend the kora maestro Toumani Diabaté, Vieux eventually convinced his father to give him his blessing to become a musician shortly before Ali passed.


What The Health

Please join us for a special one-night screening of the new documentary What The Health, followed by Q&A panel with experts in the field of health and nutrition. Reserve your ticket here: https://www.tugg.com/events/what-the-health-5sc From the creators of the award-winning documentary Cowspiracy, What The Health exposes the collusion and corruption in government and big business that is costing us trillions of healthcare dollars, and keeping us sick.


Son Volt with Sera Cahoone SOLD OUT

“There are only two kinds of songs,” Townes Van Zandt said, well before he died. “There's the blues, and there's zip-a-dee-doo-dah.” The new Son Volt album is titled Notes of Blue .Simple as that, maybe.Just now pushing fifty, Jay Farrar, the creative force behind Son Volt, is still not as old as his voice. Not nearly. His singing voice, an ageless gift which sounds something like old timber looks, like the unpainted walls framing Walker Evans' best portraits from Let Us Now Praise Famous Men: simple, durable, weathered and grooved and unplanned.

with Sera Cahoone

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Salt Lake Acting Company Presents Hand to God

An irreverent, occasionally shocking and perpetually hysterical romp to hell and back. This titillating new comedy explores the ideas of faith, morality and human nature - with the help of a bawdy hand puppet named Tyrone. This five time Tony Award nominee - including Best New Play - took Broadway by storm. Now, it's sure to thrill SLAC's adventurous audiences! Performs April 12-May 14 (Wed-Sun) Tickets $25-$43 Discounts available for students and groups of 10 or more. For more information contact the box office: (801) 363-7522 info@saltlakeactingcompany.org


Downtown Garden Stroll

From March 29th through May 17th, downtown bursts with colors of spring. The Downtown Garden Stroll builds upon one of the premier urban gardens in the west, at Temple Square, and provides a sense of playfulness, surprise and discovery for downtown visitors.


Harbur Gate

Three female soldiers in the combat zone. A Purple Heart, a human heart, a blind man, a terrible secret and the transformative power of art. From the beautiful mind of award-winning local playwright Kathleen Cahill comes the World Premiere of HARBUR GATE. Commissioned from the National New Play Network and developed in the SLAC's New Play Sounding Series and Playwright's Lab, HARBUR GATE is the recipient of an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award. Tickets: $25-$43 Performs Feb 8- May 14 (Wed-Sun) For more information contact the box office: (801) 363-7522 info@saltlakeactingcompany.org