Events for Community Events

Venture Out: Farm to Table Pop-Up Dinner, Black & White Silent Movie Festival

Come join us for a farm to table pop-up dinner, live music, a movie under the stars, and fun for the whole family! Black & White Movie Live music with Svengali Jazz Quartet and Craig Kaelin


Venture Out: Farm to Table Pop-Up Dinner, Black & White Silent Movie Festival

Come join us for a farm to table pop-up dinner, live music, a movie under the stars, and fun for the whole family! Black & White Movie Live music with Svengali Jazz Quartet and Craig Kaelin


Late Night in the Garden

LATE NIGHT IN THE GARDEN at the Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre

Garden Members: $20 per person / Public $25 per person Tickets on sale beginning June 1 through August 1 

Online registration only: https://www.redbuttegarden.org/late-night/

Bring your family and join us for fun Nature Connects exhibit-themed events in the Garden! Scavenger hunts, lawn games, and a screening of The LEGO Movie in the Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre.


Stuff the Bus

Join more than 500 volunteers on August 4 from 9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Rio Tinto Stadium to stuff backpacks with school supplies! Enjoy free breakfast, the chance to win prizes, games, and other festivities! All ages welcome, but anyone under 18 must volunteer with an adult and be listed on a parent or guardian's registration form. Each adult must register separately. RSVP Here: http://stuffthebus.uw.org/


Honeypot Festival

Utah’s 4th Annual Honeypot Glass Competition, Art & Music Festival. The only festival of its kind in Utah, focusing on glass art and music while still showcase it many mediums. A full day of local live glass blowing, music and art. Utah’s championship glass Competitions with the 2018 categories focusing on Pendants, marbles and an open category where any glass art goes. Oregon’s National touring and academy award nominated band “Floater” and DJ Frane from L.A. along with locals “The Pour” and “Le Voir” will headline the festival along with many other local musicians. Family friendly with a Marble Land for glass geeks of all ages and awesome local food trucks makes this one of the most unique and fun events in Utah. Created by locals, run by locals and showcasing locals, the Utah Honeypot is a great festival to imvest your fun time. Tickets on sale at 24tix.com.


Yoga on the Plaza

Sunday morning yoga with a boozy twist! Start Sunday Funday out right with Yoga on the Plaza at The Gateway. Every Sunday morning through summer, we’re partnering with Salt Lake Power Yoga to bring you FREE outdoor yoga in Olympic Plaza. You can unwind afterward with mimosas and Bloody Marys, chair massages from Sanctuary Day Spa and Salon at The Gateway/ Metro Fitness, and newly opened La Barba Coffee! Grab your mat and some fellow yogis, and join us for drinks and downward dogs all summer long!


The Park Jam

We are raising money for this year's Park Jam on August 5th! Funds for this event will be used for paint, paint walls, food, permits and other necessities! As always, the Park Jam is totally free of charge and everyone is welcome. Thank you for your support! https://www.gofundme.com/doin039-it-at-the-park-2018 The Park Jam is a day-long dance/graf/skate/rap/DJ jam that's been going on for over 14 years!


The Park Jam

We are raising money for this year's Park Jam on August 5th! Funds for this event will be used for paint, paint walls, food, permits and other necessities! As always, the Park Jam is totally free of charge and everyone is welcome. Thank you for your support! https://www.gofundme.com/doin039-it-at-the-park-2018 The Park Jam is a day-long dance/graf/skate/rap/DJ jam that's been going on for over 14 years!


The Park Jam

We are raising money for this year's Park Jam on August 5th! Funds for this event will be used for paint, paint walls, food, permits and other necessities! As always, the Park Jam is totally free of charge and everyone is welcome. Thank you for your support! https://www.gofundme.com/doin039-it-at-the-park-2018 The Park Jam is a day-long dance/graf/skate/rap/DJ jam that's been going on for over 14 years!


Yolanda Arrey

The singer of R&B and soul known as Yolanda Arrey has released her latest LP record, “The Bayou.” It consists of 15 tracks for an approximate total listening time of one hour. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the direction of the corporate music industry. Built on grooves, blues, beats, and the clarion singing of this contemporary chanteuse from Cameroon, “The Bayou” proves Yolanda Arrey to be one of today's most evocative singers. Right away “The Bayou” evidences whose singing Yolanda Arrey appreciates most. She cites as her main inspirations Whitney Houston, Billie Holiday, and the Temptations. Yet her style sets her apart from these legends, letting her retain qualities and characteristics all her own. Arrey's sonic individuality begins at the writing stage. She clearly writes songs with a mind to create new patterns of flow and phrasing while at the same time paying strict attention to the content of her lyrics. This latter artistic principle alone puts Arrey in a select percentage of singer-songwriters, but her natural tones also single her out as a special performer in today's burgeoning independent music scene. “My album is about the inspiration to press on, to love, to grow and to be thankful,” writes Arrey. “It's a collective expression of all that we feel when we are in love, both good and bad, joyful and sad. It's an expression of strength in difficult times and the motivation to press forward in the face of unwavering challenges. Most importantly, it's about the freedom to express how we feel at any given time without judgment.” Arrey began her singing career at the age of seven as a songwriter. By nine she had joined several a-cappella groups in Saker Baptist College where she later attended high school in Cameroon and was lead singer-songwriter for the popular dance group, “GST.” Before relocating to the United States at 19, she would sing in many more. She participated in many bands in college, and memorized most of her school studies by making music out of her classroom lecture notes. Writes Arrey, “I have written over 150 songs for others and for myself. It's a good balance with my nerdy side, and it's the one thing that keeps me going no matter what else is happening in my life. I am truly grateful for its amazing power.” Yolanda Arrey has collaborated with pop musician Prince of Cats and appears as lead vocalist in his hit 2013 video, “When You Loved Me.” More recently she appeared on her brother Eliel Arrey's album, “The Essentials,” singing “Your Highness.” Her new record's title track, “The Bayou,” is co-written by the world-renowned composer, Lawrence Nachsin. “The Bayou” by Yolanda Arrey is available online worldwide at over 700 digital music stores now.