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KRCL Welcomes: Bleachers at The Great Saltair

Jack Antonoff and his band will play From the Studio to the Stage shows with support from Samia. Tickets go on sale this Friday, December 8. Click here.

KRCL Welcomes
with Samia
Saturday, May 18
at The Great Saltair

Tickets and details here.

J-Rad Cooley

Salt Lake City-based musician J-Rad Cooley is a singer/songwriter, piano player and harmonica player, a unique storyteller with a distinct sense of blues, melody and groove. His soulful songs show his diverse influences from Lightnin’ Hopkins to Ray Charles to The Band, some with a New Orleans twist or a distinct ragtime flavor. For his impressive debut album, YARD SALE, J-Rad got together with Memphis based musician/producer Tony Holiday in Wild Feather Recordings, the Hendersonville, Tennessee studio of Zach Kasik (bassist for Too Slim & the Taildraggers). YARD SALE comprises all original compositions plus one classic cover, with four tracks featuring Grammy nominated piano player Victor Wainwright.

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The Pour

Local music at The Hog Wallow. Details and full schdule at

KRCL Presents: Warpaint with Sego

LA rockers Warpaint are Emily Kokal (vocals, guitar), Theresa Wayman (vocals, guitar), Jenny Lee Lindberg(bass, vocals), and Stella Mozgawa (drums). They are headed to Salt Lake's The Complex with locals Sego opening the show.

KRCL Presents
with Sego
Tues, May 21
The Complex
Doors 7pm | Show 8pm
Details and tickets here.

KRCL Presents Waxahatchee at The Depot

Waxahatchee is the project of Katie Crutchfield and it's been three years since we've had a new album from this Americana rocker. The new record "Tigers Blood" is set to release March 22 on Anti- and her tour makes a stop here in Salt Lake City at The Depot on May 21.

KRCL Presents
with special guest Good Morning
Tues, May 21
The Depot

Harvey Milk Day - A Toast to Benefit Equality Utah

In partnership with Equality Utah, Scion Cider Bar is proud to host its 1st Annual Celebration of Harvey Milk Day on Wednesday, May 22nd! Representatives from Equality Utah will join us to celebrate the life and work of Harvey Milk’s dedication to LQBTQ+ rights and relentless advocacy for diversity, equity and inclusion. At 7:30PM, we will collectively raise a glass to Harvey to honor his life’s mission, and come together as a community in Scion Cider Bar’s welcoming space for all, just off Harvey Milk Boulevard. (900 South) Your $10 Advance Donation includes: Entry to the event on 5/22/2024 Entertainment provided by Ava Kostia A ticket for the door prize opportunity drawing! Cheese & Charcuterie bites donated by Beehive Charcuterie *Alcohol, food and other beverages NOT included in the ticket fee. A portion of the net proceeds from ticket sales will be donated directly to Equality Utah by Scion Cider. Scioneers unable to attend may donate directly to Equality Utah here. We don’t enjoy being exclusionary, but due to Utah liquor licensing, this event is 21+ ONLY. Valid IDs are required for entry into Scion Cider Bar. *Admission at the Door without an advance ticket purchase may be granted on a space available basis. Admission not guaranteed without advance purchase.

Melissa Chilinski at The State Room

Melissa is a multi-instrumentalist based in Salt Lake City. You may have seen her working the shop at Acoustic Music, orchestrating the ever-growing Trash Moon Collective, and playing banjo, guitar, and singing in many local bands including Pompe ‘n Honey, Josie-O and the Big Six, the Elderblossoms, and sometimes Pixie and the Partygrass Boys and Hot House West. Since devoting her life to being a full-time musician two years ago, she has released two solo records, Wings to Fly and River Green Sessions, Desert Moon with Pompe ‘n Honey, and has been featured on countless other records including Patron Saint Django by Hot House West. This show will debut her newest solo record Melissa Chilinski with Westmoon Records. The album is composed of almost all original songs and all original arrangements. Haunting banjo tones, thoughtful, self-reflective lyrics, and textured orchestrations all wrap around Melissa’s unique voice and ethereal folk sound. Both the album and album release show will feature performances with her close friends in the local music scene, including Ben Weiss (Pixie and the Partygrass Boys), Grayson Wickel (Theoretical Blonde), Sam Osimitz (Pompe ‘n Honey), Nick McMenamin (Pompe ‘n Honey), David Baker (Hot House West; Pompe ‘n Honey), Nathan Royal (Hot House West), Hayley Kirkland (Hot House West), McKayle Law, Megan Nay (David Burchfield & the Fire Guild), and Dylan Schorer (Josie O; David Burchfield and the Fire Guild; Hollering Pines).

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Cory Mon Band

Local music at The Hog Wallow. Details and a full schedule here

KRCL Presents: Jacob Collier with Emily King at The Complex

Innovative multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier is coming to Salt Lake City with Volume 4 of his Djesse series the North American Tour! He's playing The Complex on May 28 with special guest Emily King.

Tickets are on sale now. Click here.

Salt Lake City Downtown Farmer's Market

The Downtown Farmers Market is a summer tradition in Salt Lake and will run Saturdays, June 1stto October 19th from 8am to 1pm. The Market exists to strengthen and support small local farms and businesses as they bring their products directly to the public. Our farmers and producers offer the freshest local fruits and vegetables as well as a wide variety of grass-fed meats, eggs, dairy, honey, and flora, along with the region's best locally made sauces, spreads, baked goods and culinary accoutrements. The Downtown Art & Craft Market runs adjacent to the Farmers Market in Pioneer Park and celebrates our communities' desire for unique, handmade, local gifts and art.

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