The Face of Utah Sculpture

Every year the Face of Utah Sculpture provides Utah artists a forum to present Utah culture through sculptural form.  The origins of this dynamic exhibit, envisioned twelve years ago by glass artist Dan Cummings, features both well-known and emerging Utah sculptors, showcasing both traditional and contemporary sculpture in a variety of techniques, styles, and mediums.  The result is an exciting and eclectic mix of excellence in artistry in countless forms! 

The exhibit runs July 18th through August 28th.  The hours are: Mon – Thurs 9am – 7 pm and Fri – Sat 9 am to 4pm. 

The Opening Reception and Awards is on July 18th from 6 to 8pm

Thievery Corporation

Join us this summer for the Deer Valley Concert Series, presented by Deer Valley Resort in conjunction with The State Room Presents. This vibrant and energizing series will welcome new artists to the stage of the Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater, bringing the mountains to life.

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Bay Faction with Fashion Jackson, Kipper Snack

Drab Majesty with Xeno & Oaklander, Body Of Light

Drab Majesty is the solo project of Deb DeMure, the androgynous alter-ego of L.A.-based musician Andrew Clinco. With its combination of reverb-drenched guitars, synth bass lines, commanding vocals, and rhythmic drum machine beats, this project is a stark departure from Clinco’s previous stints as drummer in Marriages and Black Mare. Dubbed “Tragic Wave” and “Mid-Fi” by DeMure, Drab Majesty eloquently blends classic 80s New Wave and hints of early 4AD with a futuristic originality. Drab Majesty’s first release, a limited-edition cassette of 100 copies titled Unarian Dances, was self-released in 2012 and re-pressed by Lolipop Records shortly thereafter. Drab Majesty then signed with Dais Records and put out the debut LP Careless in 2015. Careless was met with high praise from critics and fans alike, and the original pressing is now a sought-after gem. A year after the initial pressings of Careless sold out, Dais released a compilation titled Completely Careless, featuring Drab Majesty’s entire discography, including two previously unreleased tracks.

Rusty Tinder

With a rotating cast of talented musicians, the singer-songwriter has been hard at work creating music that’s deeply personal to him. The result is his debut solo album—a collection of songs that call to his sonic past and see him dissecting his love, fear, and sorrow. “My songs are my honest expression from my own personal emotion,” he explains, and that genuineness is present throughout his debut album. The album’s lead single, “Don’t Grow Old in Hollywood,” may sound like a jangly, tongue-in-cheek sing along on the surface, but at its core, it mirrors Rusty’s real-life trepidation of keeping his family in L.A. forever. “From the Start” calls on contemporary folk and saloon piano as Rusty longs to rekindle the spark in relationships, while “Passing You By” is rooted in the folk greats of old as he talks of eliminating toxic people from his life. At the slower times, the focus is magnified on Rusty’s piano playing and vocal prowess. The haunting, sparse ballad “You’re Still Mine” finds the seasoned musician processing the grief of losing his father. Simply put, writing music is his therapy. This show is in The Rockwell Listening Room, located street-level at 268 Main St. It is an intimate listening-room environment. Show is for ages 21+ Tickets and Information:

Micah Willis "Single Release"

Felix Cavaliere's Rascals

Felix Cavaliere's Rascals comes to the Egyptian August 22nd-25th. An artist who defined a generation as the world's first rock and roll band and a 50 year career that includes the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to Grammy Hall of Fame. Cavaliere continues to remind us to keep listening for the world's beauty. Reduced priced tickets Thursday & Friday. 8pm Thursday-Saturday, 6pm Sunday. For more information and to reserve tickets head to our website or call the box office at 855-745-SHOW.

Oston with Bri Ray, Adam Turley

Park City, Utah native, Oston's first project is called “Sitting at the Kids Table.” It’s a group of songs about love, insecurities, and coming into your own. When Oston first moved to Chicago, she started working with a team that she loves, but along the way always felt like the little kid of the family. Everyone was more seasoned, more creative, and further along in their careers. She was told to wait her turn and she did. Now she's here. So, here it is… an open book detailing her journey so far. If you listen, she hopes you feel as awkward and confused as she did writing it… but she hopes it makes you smile!"

Jeff Crosby

Crook and The Bluff