Rick Springfield With The Utah Symphony

Downtown Farmers Market

The Downtown Farmers Market is proud to enter its 27th year as Salt Lake City's most beloved summer tradition for residents and visitors. The Downtown Farmers 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 accouterments.

The Market will be on Saturdays, 8am to 2pm through October 20th.

Third Saturday for Families: Color Journey Collages

Experience a journey in color around Great Salt Lake with the installation by Spencer Finch in the UMFA Great Hall. Create your own color journey in a paper collage.

Third Saturday for Families: Color Journey Collages

Experience a journey in color around Great Salt Lake with the installation by Spencer Finch in the UMFA Great Hall. Create your own color journey in a paper collage.

Chapter 3

Chapter 3, Diane & Patrick Raymond, are a multi-instrumental duo w/ harmonizing vocals. Diane is classically trained, while Patrick has been playing various instruments most of his life. They have recently combined their talents to form Chapter 3, performing in VA, MD & UT. They perform an eclectic genre of music from country standards to modern indie rock.

Salt Lake City World Dance Day 2018

Global Silent Dance Party. On July 21st people all over the world will dance together turning the globe into one giant dancefloor. Come represent Salt Lake City as part of this global silent disco dance celebration happening in over 50 cities worldwide. With your awesome dance moves, we aim to make an incredible music video that shows the whole world dancing together as one. The idea is simple, we all download the same MP3 global mix of music, countdown together and press play at the same time, then we listen to the mix on our headphones while spreading joy with our friends in public! What to Bring: Your Mobile Phone (Fully charged) Headphones Small Bubble Mix Global MP3 Mixtape of Dance Music (This will be emailed to you after you register) Water Bottle Colorful Clothing Colorful Piece of Cloth Download MP3 Here: To receive your 1-hour global mixtape of music you need to get your $5 ticket here --> How Much Does it Cost? $5 What do you get? 1. You get to download the epic 1-hour global mix of music for your dance party. 2. You gain access to a private online Facebook community where you can help vote for the songs that get selected in the global mix. 3. You receive a 15% discount off the official global event T-shirt. 4. An incredible dance experience! 5. Global video showing the world dancing as one. Extra Info: The mixtape will have global dance music with peace-creating instructions on it like handing out hi-fives, giving free hugs and starting playful dance circles. Each city will capture the event on video so we can create a global video that shows the world dancing together as one, so bring your colorful outfits! Location: We will post the exact map of our route closer to the date to everyone who officially registers here: Want to Know More About the Global Event? Check out the website Global Organisers are The Liberators International Watch: The official event trailer here: Invite your friends and let's make it massive! Some other ideas for taking over the streets with dance and song on the day. #theliberatorsinternational #saltlakeworlddance

The Fab Folk

The Fab Folk is Matt Weidauer and Jake Haws. They do folk renditions of songs by the Beatles, featuring vocals, acoustic guitars, mandolin and light percussion. Their sound is influenced by contemporary indie folk artists like Bon Iver, Iron & Wine, The Shins, Wilco and Fleet Foxes. They perform at special event occasions such as weddings and corporate events, as well as at festivals, clubs, restaurants and bars. Matt and Jake are veterans of the Utah music scene, having performed both as solo artists and as members of Adding Machines, Mr. India and Declaration. Collectively, they have played hundreds of shows including performances at the Sundance Film Festival and opening slots for notable indie rock groups including Menomena, The Appleseed Cast, and 31 Knots. Their music has appeared in the films Scout Camp and Hanging Five. From 2005-2011, Jake also owned and managed Muse Music Cafe, a music venue and recording studio in Provo, where he hosted concerts and produced recordings for hundreds of local artists.

Letis in Waiting

 The Utah Film Center's DTH Film Festival is featuring Leitis in Waiting - a new documentary about an intrepid group of transgender women fighting a rising tide of intolerance in the Kingdom of Tonga. 
The screening will be preceded by a special cultural performance and followed by Q&A with film star Joey Joleen Mataele and directors Dean Hamer & Joe Wilson.
The film follows Mataele, a devout Catholic of noble descent, as she organizes an exuberant beauty pageant presided over by a princess, provides shelter for a young contestant rejected by her family, and spars with American-financed evangelicals threatening to resurrect colonial-era laws that criminalize the leitis' lives. With unexpected humor and extraordinary grace, Joey's emotional journey reveals what it means to be different in a society ruled by tradition, and what it takes to be accepted without forsaking who you are.
This event will also highlight the film's impact campaign, focused on using community screening and dialogue sessions to promote human rights and challenge colonial-era laws still on-the-books in seven Pacific countries that criminalize, stigmatize, and threaten the lives of gender and sexual minorities.

Andy Frasco

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