8th Annual Utah Blues Fest - Day 1

The Utah Blues Society presents its biggest fundraiser of the year, the 8th Annual Utah Blues Fest - Day 1. Featured national performers kick off at 5 pm with LARRY MCCRAY, followed by ANNIKA CHAMBERS & PAUL DESLAURIERS and ending with TAB BENOIT. After the Fest, at 10 pm, bay area's Mitch Woods brings his world renowned "Club 88" to the host hotel's piano bar (the Marriott) where the musicians will sit in for late night jamming.

Backhand 44go, Olympic Deth

FREE! Excellence in the Community presents Red Feather Acoustic Quartet at Provo's Covey Center June 14

FREE! With acoustic guitars and three part harmonies the Red Feather Acoustic Quartet pay tribute to the singer / songwriters of the 60s and 70s. Songs from the Beatles, James Taylor, Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Jimmy Buffett, Loggins & Messina, Simon & Garfunkel, the Everly Brothers, George Strait, CS&N, CCR and more are on the program. Come and sing along. You will know these songs!

The Drought

Jewel House | Disco Summer Tour

Jewel House is a Denver-based disco-pop band with all the glitter and nostalgia of the ‘70s and the fresh, colorful sounds of right now. Since the group’s formation in 2018, these five soulful gentlemen have performed their original songs for audiences nationwide, released all kinds of recordings of their funky music, and connected with a devoted fan base that’s down to groove the night away right alongside them. Jewel House’s intoxicating sound will get you moving the second you hear it. @JewelHouseMusic everywhere! Click the link below to secure your tickets to their upcoming show at The DLC at Quarters on June 14th!

Salt Lake City; A love Story 10 Year Anniversary In February 2014, Charles Ellsworth & Vincent Draper released their split LP “Salt Lake City: A Love Story” at The State Room in Downtown Salt Lake. The two emerging folk singers had teamed up with the goal to create something greater than the sum of their parts. The rules were simple: They could go minimal, but no skimping on the beauty. At the time, the release was well received. It got a little buzz in the local folk community, and since then, it’s grown to be something of a regional cult-classic. “Salt Lake City: A Love Story” was born of two relatively green songwriters, but their love of the city, respect for the community, and the serious dedication to each other’s craft is woven into each track. Never straying too far from its muse, the album dips into its vibrant community to round out the sound: Josaleigh Pollet, Genevieve Smith, and Sam Osimitz pepper their musical talents, while the tracks were charmingly engineered and mixed by Wes Johnson and mastered by the dearly missed late Ty Steadman. This record still proudly sits in the collection of aging millennial-hipsters not only in the American Southwest, but around the world. It stands as a testament and a time capsule to the vibrant folk scene in Salt Lake of the 2010s, and exists eternally as a love letter not only to lost romances and the heavy heartbreaks of youth described in the songs, but to the power of friendship and community that light even the darkest of nights and the coldest of winters. Backed by the indie rock masters The Culls and supported by Utah’s very own Josaleigh Pollett, Ellsworth & Draper will be returning to The State Room on July 14th for the 10 year anniversary party of the release of Salt Lake City: A Love Story.

Leo Skepi: In Leo We Trust

Lisa and the Missing Pieces

J-Rad Cooley Band

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 2pm. 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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