Come join us at Lake Effect! https://facebook.com/events/s/wisebird-at-lake-effect/596321307595762/?ti=icl
The Red Desert Ramblers at Feldman's Deli. Enjoy Bluegrass music and New York style Deli, a great combination. Call for reservations 801-906-0369
Geralyn Dreyfous and Utah Film Center invite you to spend an evening with stars in the field of Documentary filmmaking.
Utah Film Center currently supports the work of over 150 film projects around the world. We are pleased to announce eight of our fiscally sponsored films will be premiering at 2020 Sundance Film Festival!
Please join us Friday, January 31st at the Kimball Arts Center for food, drinks, and filmmaker introductions.
A huge thank you to Gala lead sponsor Sam Vetas, Managing Director at Ameriprise Financial, and Heather Kahlert and the Kahlert Foundation for making this evening possible.
One of the most beloved romantic ballets of all time, The Noorda Center and the Barbara Barrington-Jones Family Foundation are proud to present this acclaimed production as part of our inaugural season. Since its Paris premiere in 1841, Giselle has been an instant triumph with audiences. A love story, a ghost story, and a tale of forgiveness from beyond the grave, Giselle is about a peasant girl who falls in love with a nobleman, not knowing he is betrothed to another. When she finds out the truth, she goes mad and dies, only to become one of the Wilis — ghostly women who have been betrayed and must spend eternity haunting men. See why Giselle remains one of the most enduring masterpieces in the balletic canon with this ethereal production reconceived by Artistic Director Adam Sklute.
Tickets: https://bit.ly/38bvBXP 801-863-7529
This is a ticketed event open to the public during Sundance Film Festival. Ages 21+
The Iceman Special is a 4 piece outfit transplanted from the swamps of Louisiana to New Orleans. They create a sound that resonates with the psych rock community as well as writing songs that explore reggae, funk, melodic pop, prog, and other influences. The band's live shows are notorious for their intensity and their use of innovative and creative visual stimuli while also taking pride in song writing and the delivery of their message. Screeching yet smooth guitars, wandering yet punchy bass lines, synthesizers, driving drum beats, and powerful vocals form a one of kind soundscape.“They don’t wear their influences on their sleeves, their original songs are too good for that, but the indicators are there. The production is strong and unlike so many bands that are unable to translate their live energy to a record, the Iceman Special gets the job done.” – The Vinyl District Opening Act is Skumbudz
Tickets and More Information at http://shows.oprockwell.com/