Events

Downtown Salt LakeTuesday Harvest Market

Join us every Tuesday in August and September for a mini-market. From 4-8:00 PM at Pioneer Park, shop for produce, artisan foods and arts and crafts. It may be smaller than the Saturday market, but it’s certainly just as fun! https://www.slcfarmersmarket.org/tuesday-harvest-market https://www.facebook.com/events/289137288472289/



Ogden Twilight - Of Monsters and Men

www.ogdentwilight.com



Yo La Tengo

Yo La Tengo’s new album There’s a Riot Going On will be released on March 16th on Matador Records and can be pre-ordered HERE. This is a warm, ambitious record, a striking self-produced creation from one of the most celebrated and adventurous bands in rock history, whose dynamic range touches on pure noise and serene beauty and everything in between.



Tour and Talk: Spotlight on Air Quality

Air Quality is one of the top priorities for a majority of Utahns. This year the State Legislature adopted a record number of new air quality policies and allocated unprecedented funding for air quality. What will happen next? This Tour & Talk will cover:

  • Air quality initiatives around the state
  • Upcoming air quality policy you can impact
  • How community members can get engaged in these issues

Plus, get a tour of the Capitol Campus during the Interim Session.

This event is free and open to the public. So bring a bag lunch and join us! Space is limited, so please be sure to register: https://actionnetwork.org/events/action-utah-tour-talk-spotlight-on-air-quality?source=direct_link&



Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

www.redbuttegarden.org/concerts



Greg Laswell

If you look for specific meaning in album titles, Greg Laswell's Everyone Thinks I Dodged a Bullet (2016) wasn't hard to figure out.



Greg Laswell

https://thestateroompresents.com/the-state-room/state-room-calendar/greg-laswell-2019



Diana Krall

https://live-at-the-eccles.com/ 801-355-ARTS (2787)



Fruit Bats

When Fruit Bats announced its new album and signing to Merge Records late last year, singer/songwriter Eric D. Johnson did so by “Getting in a Van Again.” The 15-minute mockumentary presented a surrealist view of the music industry, while teasing the very real themes explored on Gold Past Life—due out June 21, 2019.



Fruit Bats

When Fruit Bats announced its new album and signing to Merge Records late last year, singer/songwriter Eric D. Johnson did so by “Getting in a Van Again.” The 15-minute mockumentary presented a surrealist view of the music industry, while teasing the very real themes explored on Gold Past Life—due out June 21, 2019.