Wayne White - Sunday Concerts in Solitude Village

Enjoy free, live music from 4 to 6 p.m. and our $2 ice cream special! Camp chairs and coolers are welcome.

The Harmaleighs

Venue Info: The Quarry Village stage is located just below Park City Pizza in the Quarry Village shopping area off the Jeremy Ranch exit of I-80. 8208 Gorgoza Pines Rd, Park City, UT 84098 The Harmaleighs Bio: The Harmaleighs honestly craft poetic, passionate, and powerful songs cut from a pastiche of indie, folk, pop and Americana. In January 2015, The Harmaleighs—Haley Grant [lead vocals, guitar] and Kaylee Jasperson [bass, harmonies]—embarked on something of a modern odyssey in support of their independent full-length debut, Pretty Picture, Dirty Brush. The band-mates and partners got rid of their Nashville apartment, put everything they owned in a storage unit, bought a van, equipped it with a bed, and hit the road with their 8-month-old pug Gus sleeping on the dash for the next nine months. The trials, tribulations, and triumphs of this trek would ultimately inspire their upcoming EP, Hiraeth, to be released on May 5. “Hiraeth is a Welsh word that we stumbled upon while we were on tour,” says Kaylee. “It basically means, ‘Longing for a home.’ It’s a feeling of rootlessness and homesickness that we started to collectively feel around month six. By the end, we had burned out.” “Even when we visited Nashville, we would be staying in a Walmart parking lot,” sighs Haley. “That’s where the whole concept came from. It’s the basis for this body of work.” The lead track from the EP is the ethereal “Birds Of A Feather”, which is out now via all digital outlets. “I wrote the song about a friend who was going through a tough time with a relationship ending,” says Haley. “She was explaining to me what exactly was happening and said 'I'm just convenient for her.' That specific sentence stuck in my head for a couple weeks and sparked the idea for the entire song.” The Harmaleighs’ debut LP Pretty Picture, Dirty Brush received accolades from American Songwriter, Songwriter UK and more and Spotify featured “I Keep Ticking On” on its coveted Folk Pop playlist, amassing millions of streams and counting. The duo spent the bulk of 2016 “working regular jobs and saving up money” for their next musical chapter. They hit the studio with producer Paul Moak [Mat Kearney, Caitlyn Smith] and recorded the six songs on Hiraeth in just one week. As a result of the previous two years, their signature “Indie Americana” sound further solidified. ‚Äč “Our last record was very folk-pop,” says Kaylee. “At that point, we were going through transitions and really trying to figure out what we wanted to be. When we finished that marathon tour and regrouped, we got the chance to decide who we are as a band. We wanted to utilize more electric instruments and go more indie pop with storytelling at the core. All of Paul’s productions are different. That was the allure of working with him. He helped us step up and define our style. This is really the first time we’re being true to ourselves.” On “Lady Brain”, delicate electric guitars entwine with Haley’s hypnotic and heavenly delivery before crashing into an unforgettable refrain. “I was watching Orange is The New Black, and in one scene the main character Piper says, ‘Well, I’m going to use my lady brain and think really hard,’” Haley recalls. “I thought it was so fucking funny. I kept it in the back of my head. It’s a bit of a sarcastic song.” Then, there’s “Mouthful of Cigarettes” which twists and turns through a bluesy lead line until eventually culminating on a powerful proclamation, “I am a fire without any wood.” “I was sitting at a bar in Portland on month six of our tour,” Haley continues. “There was an ashtray full of cigarettes, and I was having this moral dilemma in my head. I thought, ‘What if I put all of that in my mouth and swallow the burning cigarettes because there are flames and maybe I won’t be burning out anymore?’ I thought it might spark the flame again.” The flame has been sparked with Hiraeth and their journey really begins now…

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Sleepy Sun with Crook & The Bluff, Sarah Anne DeGraw

Hamilton, Cantonwine & Clark

Drinking About Art

Enjoy casual drinks with local luminaries and learn how contemporary arts and culture have impacted their lives at UMOCA’s upcoming Drinking About Art (DAA) event on July 31 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Hosted by Kristian Anderson, executive director of UMOCA, DAA events take place at Water Witch, a contemporary and intimate bar where experiences are shared with friends and strangers alike. There is no admission charge, but a donation to UMOCA is suggested.

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

Jeff Rosenstock with Laura Stevenson

Imagine: A Beatles Tribute Band

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.

July 31: Imagine (Beatles Tribute Band)

Remembering the Beatles, the greatest band in the history of rock and roll, is what Imagine is all about. From their Liverpool accents to their authentic costumes and Beatles' hits, Imagine's show is a fun and nostalgic trip back in time.

Open Blues Jam hosted by Robby's Blues Explosion