Cancelled - Chanticleer

This event has been cancelled - Called “the world’s reigning male chorus” by The New Yorker, the San Francisco-based Grammy Award-winning ensemble Chanticleer celebrates its 40th anniversary as part of the 2019-20 Noorda season. Praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for its “tonal luxuriance and crisply etched clarity,” Chanticleer is known around the world as “an orchestra of voices” for its seamless blend of 12 male voices, ranging from soprano to bass, and its original interpretations of vocal literature, from Renais­sance to jazz and popular genres, as well as contemporary composition.

Tickets: 801-863-7529

*Canceled* Laura Marling

Laura Marling is canceling her entire tour. Please visit for more details.

"Since the release of her acclaimed debut album, Alas I Cannot Swim in 2008, Laura Marling has swiftly and confidently become one of the UK’s most singular and gifted of British artists. Barely out of her twenties and yet currently working diligently on what will become her seventh studio album later this year, Laura has that rare charm of being instantly recognisable by her voice and phrasing, and yet none of her records sound alike. Imbued with the rich story-telling qualities that has come to define many of the greats of their generation, Laura’s music is not defined by one genre alone. Each of her six albums; all melody and poetry, reveal a new phase of this lauded musician’s story. It’s a story that has taken her right across the world, performing alongside the venerable likes of Bob Dylan and Neil Young, winning a BRIT Award and being nominated for a Grammy and multiple Mercury Prize awards too, Laura’s name carries a unique weight for the quality of her work and its timelessness. Fiercely independent but a keen collaborator, Laura’s side-project, LUMP, in partnership with Mike Lindsay of Tunng, released a standout, self-titled debut album in the Summer of 2018, and there’s more due to come from LUMP soon too. Laura embarks on a global solo tour throughout the Spring, and is putting the finishing touches to new material due for release later this year.


Wasatch Community Gardens OnLine Plant Sale

The "Best Little Plant Sale in Utah" is being reimagined to keep our community healthy. We will hold an online sale with staged pick-up times in early May, with an anticipated April 30 launch of online sales. Until then, we are thrilled to share the expected list of #vegetable varieties available at the Sale with you. Please stay tuned for additional details, and happy perusing! Click here for plant sale order list.
Wasatch Community Gardens
 Plant Sale is their largest fundraiser of the year and enables us to continue to empower people to grow and eat healthy, organic, local food - a mission that is relevant now more than ever. More than 30,000 plant starts will be available for the community; we hope you'll join us in this work!

Postponed Adam Ant

Theater is closed thru 5-15. Adam Ant will play his landmark “Friend or Foe” album in its entirety as well as classic chart-topping singles and personal favorites. The “Friend or Foe” album was Adam’s first release as a solo artist and included three hit singles. The massive hit “Goody Two Shoes” reached #1 in the UK, was also #1 in Australia and hit #6 on the USA Billboard Chart. Live at the Eccles

Postponed Mandy Moore: Live in Concert

The Eccles Theater is closed thru May 15

Live at the Eccles presents Mandy Moore.  ArtTix is the official source for tickets for Live at the Eccles events. An Emmy-, Grammy- and Golden Globe-nominated actress, singer, and songwriter, Mandy Moore first came to national attention with her platinum-selling 1999 debut album So Real. With her sophomore effort I Wanna Be with You arriving in 2000 and her self-titled third album released in 2001, she starred in the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’s A Walk to Remember in 2002, winning an MTV Movie Award for Breakthrough Female Performance. Over the next decade, Moore appeared in a dozen films and released a series of celebrated albums: 2003’s Coverage, 2007’s Wild Hope, and 2009’s Amanda Leigh. Since 2016, she’s starred on the critically acclaimed NBC series “This Is Us,” earning Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for her role as matriarch Rebecca Pearson. In addition to the fourth season of “This Is Us” premiering in late-September 2019, Moore will next be seen alongside Woody Harrelson in Roland Emmerich’s feature film Midway. Verve Forecast released her first two singles in a decade, “When I Wasn’t Watching” and “I’d Rather Lose”. from her forthcoming album, expected next year.

Cancelled Ring Around the Rose: Pygmalion Productions

Revisit classic stories as talented actors explore them in a new way! The mission of Pygmalion Theatre Company is to produce theatre that reflects issues, concerns and shared experiences in the lives of women.

How Storytelling Fuels Social Movements: Female Genital Mutilation in America

About the lecture: In late 2015, the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) was rarely discussed in Maryum Saifee's community; the Dawoodi Bohra Muslims concentrated in South Asia. In the media and in public discourse, FGM was framed as a faraway practice happening in sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East. Frustrated by the way FGM was framed, Maryum decided to share her story as a survivor – in her personal capacity - to help raise public awareness and shift the public narrative. In early 2016, the Guardian published her story and she went from working behind the scenes on policy to stumbling into a more public role as an activist, using her own story as an advocacy tool and a catalyst for change. In late 2018, a federal district judge in Detroit overturned the federal ban on FGM in the United States. Maryum’s lecture will inform about FGM in the United States and how American survivors of FGM are using storytelling and social media to push for legislative bans at the state level, generate public awareness, and ultimately break the cycle of violence. Come join us as Maryum shares her perspective in this riveting lecture!

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Postponed Neil deGrasse Tyson

The Eccles Theater is closed thru May 15

Live at the Eccles presents Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson.  Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson returns with a brand-new show: ‘Astronomy Bizarre’ - The list of cool things in the universe is long and occasionally scary: Black Holes, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Diamond stars, Gamma Ray bursts, White Holes, Worm Holes, Multiverses. Here we review all that bends the mind the most in the cosmos. Tyson's professional research interests are broad, but include star formation, exploding stars, dwarf galaxies, and the structure of our Milky Way. Neil is the recipient of twenty honorary doctorates and the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, the highest award given by NASA to a non-government citizen. His contributions to the public appreciation of the cosmos have been recognized by the International Astronomical Union in their official naming of asteroid 13123 Tyson.

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HLAA 2020 Walk4Hearing

The HLAA Walk4Hearing is coming to Salt Lake City! These events are nationwide and create awareness about hearing loss prevention, screening, treatment & maintain good hearing health. The walk will be held Saturday, May 16th at Sugar House Park in Salt Lake City in the Big Field Pavilion. Registration will begin at 9 AM with the walk starting at 10 AM. Aside from the walk, there will be entertainment, activities for children, food trucks, live music, and resources for those with hearing loss. Learn more:

Bill Maher

Look for updates.  The Eccles has been closed since the end of March until May 15th.  

Live at the Eccles presents Bill Maher: Live Stand Up Tour  ArtTix is the official source for tickets for Live at the Eccles events. For more than twenty years, Bill Maher has set the boundaries of where funny, political talk can go on American television. First on “Politically Incorrect”  and for the last fourteen years on HBO’s “Real Time,” Maher’s combination of unflinching honesty and big laughs have garnered him 38 Emmy nominations. Maher won his first Emmy in 2014 as executive producer for the HBO series, “VICE.” In October of 2008, this same combination was on display in Maher’s uproarious and unprecedented swipe at organized religion, “Religulous,” directed by Larry Charles (“Borat”). The documentary has gone on to become the 8th Highest Grossing Documentary ever. Maher started his career as a stand-up comedian in 1979, and still performs at least fifty dates a year in Las Vegas and in sold out theaters all across the country. Four of his ten stand-up specials for HBO – 2014’s “Bill Maher: Live from DC,” 2007’s “The Decider,” 2005’s “I’m Swiss,” as well as the hilarious, “Bill Maher … But I’m Not Wrong,” – have been nominated for Emmy awards.