Events

Fit For An Autopsy, The Acacia Strain & Full of Hell with Special Guests Primitive Man



Eluveitie



Open Mic Night



Paolo Nutini

For the past six years, Paolo Nutini has been learning how to speak his own language. After touring 2014’s Caustic Love, his second UK #1 on the bounce and his biggest chart success to date in the US, Paolo found, in the gap between his late 20s and early 30s, that he’d assembled a musical vocabulary that he hadn’t put into proper use in his own work to that point. Last Night In The Bittersweet is an album of reframed experiences and rewired iconography, where the lurid colours of a neon motel sign or a snatch of dialogue from a movie can mean as much as a heartfelt plea or wrenching goodbye. It combines Can-style motorik rock songs with squalling mini-epics and self-contained, hook-driven cuts best described with heavy labels like Motown or Stiff or Sun. Witness the Steve Nieve skronk of the organ on Petrified in Love, or the layers and layers of sound that ricochet off Lose It’s propulsive core—driven on by Paolo’s writing utensil of choice, a bass guitar—before it explodes into life with the three minute mark in sight, like Tina Turner taking Jaki Liebezeit’s seamless drumming as an invitation to get all the way out there.

https://thestateroompresents.com/state-room-presents/paolo-nutini



New Band Showcase (Bands TBA)



Our Last Night The Welcome Back Tour with special guests Fame On Fire Rain City Drive



Kimbra: A Reckoning Tour With Tei Shi

Kimbra at The Urban Lounge
https://www.theurbanloungeslc.com



Nessa Barrett Young Forever Tour with special guest Isabela LaRosa



North Mississippi Allstars (Night 1 of 3)

A three night stand with North Mississippi Allstars at The Egyptian Theater Fri & Sat, March 17 & 18 at 8pm and Sun, March 19 at 6pm

Details at www.parkcityshows.com



Winter Market

The Winter Market will be returning to The Gateway this year, and it's looking to be bigger than ever! We are excited to be returning to the same location at The Gateway as we were last season. If you haven't been to the Winter Market before make this your season. Our farmers have been working hard to extend their growing season to be able to offer fresh, local produce year-round. Not only will there be plenty of produce, but we will have more packaged food and artists than ever before. 

The Market runs from November 12th to April 16th from 10am to 2pm.and 

Information online www.slcfarmersmarket.org