Matthew McDaniel

Three Creeks Opening Celebration

Let’s celebrate the Three Creeks Confluence with live music, beer, food trucks, and more. All Ages are welcome!

Ven celebrar la apertura del parque más nuevo de Salt Lake City, Confluencia de Tres Arroyos! Con música en vivo, cerveza y camiones de comida. ¡Todas edades bienvenidas!

There will be activities provided by community partners such as paddling along the Jordan River, watching live performances, community artist displays, kids activities, and more!

Please follow the link for more details. Hope to see you there!

Sicard Hollow: Backyard Show Hectic Hobo

SLAM Summer Concerts

SLAM Summer Concerts are free, monthly outdoor concerts staged on the 2nd Friday of the month from June - October on Monument Plaza in Sugar House. The concerts feature SLAM: Salt Lake Academy of Music's students, staff, and special guests performing rock, blues, jazz, classical, and Americana music. Monument Plaza is surrounded by outdoor patios at a variety of pubs, breweries, and restaurants that have seating. If you want to sit on the plaza, there is some seating, but you may want to bring a camping chair. SLAM: Salt Lake Academy of Music is a nonprofit music school in Sugar House that offers free-to-fee sliding scale instruments and award-winning instruction for youth in addition to serving adults, seniors, and professionals. SLAM's music instruction includes individual lessons, band, and other ensemble performance programs, recording, production, and touring programs for youth.

Book Signing - Secret Salt Lake with Jeremy Pugh

Where can you find a chunk of the Matterhorn enshrined at a Utah ski resort? What is the origin of Josepa, the Hawaiian ghost town in the desert? And why is Utah called the Beehive State? You hold in your hands the answers to these questions and more in this guide to the oddities, wonders, myths, and legends of Utah’s capital city. Secret Salt Lake City opens a window into the weird, the bizarre, and the obscure secrets of the city, some of which are hiding in plain sight. Founded by religious pioneers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1847, its one-of-a-kind origin story makes Salt Lake City a rich backdrop for frontier grit, culture, and curious relics. Did you know that there is an alphabet hidden in your computer that was invented in Salt Lake City? What is the significance of the religious symbols on the Salt Lake Temple? And how did Sherlock Holmes solve a fictional mystery in London that originated in Utah? Lifetime resident and author Jeremy Pugh and Mary Brown Malouf unlock these mysteries and more to pull back the curtain on the secrets of Salt Lake City. This isn’t your traditional guidebook, and it will enrich your visit to the Crossroads of the West. ​Jeremy Pugh is a writer living in Salt Lake City who, in one way or another, has been writing about culture, history and the outdoors in Salt Lake City for more than a decade. Formerly the editor of Salt Lake magazine, Pugh is a freelancer and consultant writing for SKI, Sunset and Salt Lake magazines. A lifelong Utahn, Jeremy travels widely but always loves returning home to the mountains where he bikes, hikes and skis as much as is humanly possible. Join us for an evening of engaging Utah stories with Jeremy Pugh. The reading and Q&A will be held in front of The Printed Garden under our overhang. We'll have copies of Jeremy's book for sale, and the store is open, but will be limiting the number of people indoors at any given time. This even will begin at 7:00 p.m.

J-F.Y.E Colt .45, Finesse Banks

Changing Reign with Westgate Rising, Heather Bieri (Torriente)


Downtown Salt Lake Farmers Market

The 2021 Downtown Farmers Market is proud to enter its 30th year as Salt Lake City’s most beloved summer tradition for residents and visitors. This year's Market will run from June 5th through October 23rd from 8:00 AM- 1:00 PM.

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 accoutrements.

This year there will be some Arts and Crafts vendors and a few prepared food vendors

Information online at 

Steve Hofstetter