Events

The Road Home One by One Gala

Since 2001 The Road Home has held a One by One breakfast that focuses solely on our agency's programs. We are virtually continuing this tradition, but with an exciting twist. This year's event will include a panel discussion from some of The Road Home's frontline staff about what happened during 2020 on the ground and how you—our community—were at the heart of helping the people we serve during extraordinary challenges!

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Red Butte Garden Annual Spring Plant Sale

This year's Annual Spring Plant Sale will be May 8th thru 12th

Located in the Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre, You will find an impressive selection of herbs, heirloom vegetables, specialty annuals, perennials, ornamental grasses, trees, shrubs, native plants, beautiful hanging flower baskets, and much more.  

You can register and find more information online: https://redbuttegarden.org/events/spring-plant-sale/

Pre-Registration is required for Saturday and Sunday the 8th and 9th.  Pre-registration opens on May 3 for Garden Members and on May 4th for the general public. 

Pre-registration is not required for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the 10th through 12th.

 



Brown Bag Concert Series: Ark Animalz

A set of FREE music concerts presented by the Salt Lake City Arts Council. The series is committed to showcasing and supporting local artists and their professional development, as well as generating vibrancy throughout the city in geographically diverse areas and within various business entities.

To adhere to COVID-19 public health and safety guidelines, this year the series will by a hybrid of both virtual/live streamed shows within several of Salt Lake City’s amazing empty event spaces as well as LIVE shows at outdoor locations in and around the city. All shows will take place during the months of April and May 2021.

Ark Animalz
“The band Ark Animalz is a Blues-Alt-Rock group from the Utah Valley, they are creating Bluesy Mysticism for everyone to enjoy”
Live Stream from Kilby Court
May 12 at 7pm
Info and link at https://saltlakearts.org/brownbagconcertseries/



Choreographic Festival 2021

Once again, audiences will see dancers and choreographers exploring their art form in intriguing and cutting-edge new creations. This year, the festival will showcase an exciting first time collaboration between two Utah arts icons, the Sundance Institute and Ballet West. Principal Artist Emily Adams and Katy Jarzebowski, an alumna of Sundance Institute’s Music Film Program have been commissioned by Ballet West to create a new ballet with original choreography and a music score for a world premiere work. Matthew Neenan returns to Ballet West to create a world premiere. Neenan’s inventive and contemplative work has appeared around the globe, including Ballet West, where in 2014, he choreographed The Sixth Beauty, which The New York Times said, “possessed soulfulness and life.” In addition, you will not want to miss the world premieres by First Soloist Katlyn Addison and former Demi-Soloist Trevor Naumann. https://balletwest.org/events/choreographic-festival-2021



Ballet Up Close: Ballet West II on Tour at the Rose Wagner

Get to know the next generation of Ballet West artists in the intimate setting of the Leona Wagner Block Box Theatre. Ballet West II has established a reputation as an elite touring ensemble, with the versatility to perform a broad spectrum of dance in venues of all sizes across the country. Now they bring their skill and musicality to Salt Lake City audiences. The performance will feature classic masterpieces Raymonda Pas de Dix and Swan Lake Pas de Trois. Resident Choreographer Nicolo Fonte’s high-energy Piece of My Heart set to the music of Janis Joplin rounds out the evening. https://balletwest.org/events/ballet-up-close



90's TV: Backyard Show

Musor

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SOAP with Bush Dogs

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Overslept, an immersive experience presented by Dreamscapes and Myriad Dance

Purchase tickets at www.dreamscapesslc.org



Choreographic Festival 2021

Once again, audiences will see dancers and choreographers exploring their art form in intriguing and cutting-edge new creations. This year, the festival will showcase an exciting first time collaboration between two Utah arts icons, the Sundance Institute and Ballet West. Principal Artist Emily Adams and Katy Jarzebowski, an alumna of Sundance Institute’s Music Film Program have been commissioned by Ballet West to create a new ballet with original choreography and a music score for a world premiere work. Matthew Neenan returns to Ballet West to create a world premiere. Neenan’s inventive and contemplative work has appeared around the globe, including Ballet West, where in 2014, he choreographed The Sixth Beauty, which The New York Times said, “possessed soulfulness and life.” In addition, you will not want to miss the world premieres by First Soloist Katlyn Addison and former Demi-Soloist Trevor Naumann. https://balletwest.org/events/choreographic-festival-2021



Ballet Up Close: Ballet West II on Tour at the Rose Wagner

Get to know the next generation of Ballet West artists in the intimate setting of the Leona Wagner Block Box Theatre. Ballet West II has established a reputation as an elite touring ensemble, with the versatility to perform a broad spectrum of dance in venues of all sizes across the country. Now they bring their skill and musicality to Salt Lake City audiences. The performance will feature classic masterpieces Raymonda Pas de Dix and Swan Lake Pas de Trois. Resident Choreographer Nicolo Fonte’s high-energy Piece of My Heart set to the music of Janis Joplin rounds out the evening. https://balletwest.org/events/ballet-up-close