Events

Vintage Secondhand Clothing Market

Come shop all secondhand and vintage clothing, footwear, and accessories from over 20 of Salt Lake City's top vintage vendors. The idea behind the Secondhand Market is to make it easy for people to shop pre-made and pre-loved items instead of supporting fast fashion which is a major planet polluter. This event is all about supporting your local thrifters and curators, supporting more sustainable consumption, and not supporting environmental degradation, child labor, animal cruelty, and poor working conditions within the garment factories and fashion industry as a whole. Hope to see you there.

$2 entry. For more details visit our FB page https://www.facebook.com/events/313231229366758/ or on Instagram @vintagemarketslc.



Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah's 10th Anniversary Wildlife Baby Shower

We will be hosting our 10th Anniversary Wildlife Baby Shower April 26-28th, 2019. The event is from 2:00pm - 5:00pm Friday, April 26, and 11:00am - 5:00pm on Saturday, April 27, and Sunday, April 28. There will be activities for all ages, including silent auction items, games, crafts, and much more. We will have our animal ambassadors on display with our team of knowledgeable handlers. This event is free. https://wrcnu.org/



Youth Art and Activism Award Celebration

Join us for the conclusion of our I Ask: Youth Art and Activism Contest. As youth are at the forefront of creating empowering communities, we are creating a space to celebrate the youth participants of the contest, and their work to create a consent-based culture. Winners of the contest will be awarded with various prizes, while all participants will be recognized and celebrated. Event open to all youth participants and their families and friends. Collaborators: Millcreek Promise, Women’s Resource Center, Central Valley Coalition Against Domestic Abuse , Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault https://www.facebook.com/events/852768471721238/



Walker Hayes

Walker Hayes on April 27th at The Depot with special guest Filmore! 

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Howling Giant

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Murray Symphony

The Murray Symphony is honored to premiere Ten-Mile Day, a new composition by Utah composer Dr. Marden Pond. When Abraham Lincoln signed the Pacific Railroad Act of 1862, the race to complete the transcontinental Railroad began. The Union Pacific started in the East and the Central Pacific in the West. Through heat and cold, mountains and desert, the workers worked hard. A six-mile day was amazing. On April 28, 1968 the Central Pacific Railroad accomplished the impossible by laying 10 miles in a day. Dr. Marden Pond, an award winning composer, has written an orchestral composition that commemorates that day. The premiere of this piece will be performed by the Murray Symphony on April 27th.

 Murray Symphony is one of the oldest community symphony orchestras in Utah. Murray Symphony’s members are all volunteer musicians from across the valley that get together for the joy of creating music. The concert will also feature other original compositions and concerto excerpts by members of the Murray Symphony and choral selection from the Hillcrest Jr High Women’s Chorus. 

Tickets available at the door: general admission $6, children under 10 free. Please note gate cannot process card payments.



Hellbound Glory

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S2_Cool w/ Jumpmonk, Teilani

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Park City Follies

This year Follies, our local lampoon of all things Park City, will be used as a final push to raise funds for our capital campaign for the expansion under Main Street. Follies is always a sell out, but this year Cabaret & Balcony seats are open to the public sold at a premium–first come first serve.

Show Dates: April 26–May 5 Tickets: $44+ Premium seats include Tax Deductible Letter & Other Great Perks! Call box office for details 435-649-9371 or check our website ParkCityShows.com



Riitual 4 Year Anniversary Party with Youngsta, KHIVA, MorzFeen, Cult 45

Youngsta should need little introduction. One of the figureheads of dubstep since the very beginning, resident at scene-defining club night, and the DJ who first played some of the genre's most-loved anthems, he continues to be a hugely active figure in dubstep's development. His weekly show on Rinse draws deep for new music, helping to expose talented new producers, and the founding ethics that defined dubstep in its early years still remain at the heart of his sets.

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