Water Trivia

Join us for our popular quarterly Water Trivia at Squatters Brewing! This event combines water-themed education with fun, friendly competition for a watershed cause. Teams test their Wasatch water knowledge in ten trivia questions and a final wager on topics ranging from global water systems to local hydrology. If you plan to play, please register prior to the event and arrive early to get settled. Trivia will begin at 7P. Registration is not required if you do not plan to play. Everyone is welcome! A signature cocktail and brews will be available for purchase courtesy of Squatters. All participants will be entered into an opportunity drawing to win awesome prizes!

The Rose Dawn To Dusk World Tour

Damn These Heels Queer Film Festival 2023

Utah Film Center is proud to present its annual Damn These Heels Queer Film Festival, October 12th-15th in person at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in downtown Salt Lake City along with a selection of films available online starting October 15th. This year, Damn These Heels celebrates 20 years of entertaining and inspiring our local community with films, workshops, special performances, and guests that highlight queer stories, queer history, and queer joy. By walking in another's shoes, Damn These Heels symbolizes gaining a new perspective by experiencing another’s journey. Damn These Heels 2023 includes over 30 feature length and short films, workshops hosted by fabulous film experts, exciting live performances, and a selection of community vendors. 👠✨🌈 Find your must-see films and get tickets at: Want to see them all? Get your Festival Film passes at: Pay what you can afford pricing model: As an inclusive festival, we want to make sure everyone has an opportunity to attend Damn These Heels Queer Film Festival. Learn more about our Pay What You Can pricing structure at:

Arsenic Addiction w Seeking Tragedy, Sacrelegion

Carbon Leaf A touring mainstay and an indie folk rock staple, this Virginia quintet’s well-hewn live show and musical style drift in and out of Americana, bluegrass, rock, folk, Celtic and pop traditions with ease, using an arsenal of instruments - acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, fiddle, banjo, cello, bass, drums, accordion, penny whistle and rich vocal harmonies – to define the band’s lively stage presence and sonic landscape. “We call it ether-electrified porch music,” says frontman Barry Privett, using a phrase nicked from an earlier album of the same name when describing the band’s expansive sound. “It’s the sweet spot between the earnest roots music we grew up on and the textured electric rock side that gives us different places to go musically during the course of an evening. Whether they are plugged in to amplifiers or huddled around a single ‘Grand Ole Opry’ style microphone, Carbon Leaf radiates a warm, magnetic onstage presence that pulls the audience closer. Lyrically poetic with a wide range of musical styles, the band’s live charm is its ability to make the concert feel as much of an electrifying event as it would be an intimate gathering of just family and friends.

Hardcore Halloween Milk Money, Service Weapon, Portraits, Spent

Lauren Sanderson IDC AT ALL Tour

Tinlicker (Live)

Utah Film Center: Through the Lens

Utah Film Center is excited to announce its Damn These Heels Queer Film Festival’s opening night film, A Run for More, on Thursday, October 12th at 7:00 pm at the Jeanné Wagner Theater at Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. Presented as part of the Utah Film Center’s Through the Lens Fall Series and in partnership with KUER’s Radiowest, A Run for More documents Frankie Gonzales-Wolfe's chance to make history as the first openly elected transgender official in Texas. Unfolding amidst an onslaught of trans legal attacks, viewers are immersed in Frankie’s journey as she finds her voice, questions her relationship to the community, and tries to win an election. Shot over 4 years, A Run for More gives viewers the chance to watch Frankie’s unique campaign and the impact it has on her, the city, and the LGBTQ+ community in San Antonio. We invite you to stay after the screening as KUER's Radiowest host, Doug Fabrizio, hosts an engaging conversation with Frankie Gonzales-Wolfe. Get your tickets to Damn These Heels opening night film at: Watch the movie trailer at:


This month, KRCL's Music Meets Movies is celebrating the life and legacy of musician Robbie Robertson with the 2019 documentary, Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band. 

"ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND is a confessional, cautionary, and occasionally humorous tale of Robertson’s young life and the creation of one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music, The Band. The film is a moving story of Robertson’s personal journey, overcoming adversity and finding camaraderie alongside the four other men who would become his brothers in music, together making their mark on music history. ONCE WERE BROTHERS blends rare archival footage, photography, iconic songs and interviews with Robertson’s friends and collaborators including Martin Scorsese, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, and more."

Music Meets Movies
Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band
Thurs, Oct 12
Brewvies Cinema Pub in Salt Lake
Tickets $10 or 2-for-1 with a KRCL tshirt
(FREE for High Fidelity members!)
One screening only
Tickets at 6:30 / Movie at 7:30