Events

Allred w/ J.Wride, Cherish DeGraaf

www.velourlive.com


Salduro, Rosedale (CAN), Secret Abilities, Equilibrium

$5 cover


Fat Candice

$5 cover charge


Ginger and the Gents w/ Outside Infinity

$5 cover


Stonefed

www.thehogwallow.com


Patio Picnic Party

DJs on the Patio from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM 

www.garageonbeck.com


The Full Monty

The Full Monty hits the Egyptian Theatre stage May 24th - June 3rd. Based on the cult hit movie, six men set out to make some quick cash showing off their "real man" bodies by becoming a team of male strippers. The Full Monty is a story full of heart. With a raucous mix of razor-sharp humor and toe-tapping pizzazz, this heartwarming, upbeat comedy is a great night out out! A fun event for a bachelor or bachelorette party! Start your night off here and when your group purchases 6 or more tickets, the bride or groom is free! Presented by the Ziegfeld Theatre - Reduced pricing Thursdays! Recommended for ages 16 and up. Contains mature subject matter, male butts, and language. 8pm Shows, 6pm Sundays. TICKETS: Thurs: $23 / $29 / $35 Fri - Sun: $29 / $35 / $45 $5 more at the door. All Sales are Final. No Refunds. Call the box office for exchange policy. Reserve tickets at ParkCityShows.com or 435-649-9371


The Proper Way

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Project Rainbow

Show your support to the LGBTQ community this Pride Season with a rainbow flag in your front yard! For only $15, Project Rainbow will stake a 3x5 foot rainbow flag in your yard for the week of Pride – May 28-June 4. All proceeds go to the Utah Pride Center! Sign up today at UtahGayChamber.com/Project-Rainbow


Sold Out: Bruno Major

here’s nothing like a deadline to focus the mind. Last year, Bruno Major set himself a task: to record and release one song a month for 12 months. Four weeks to take a song from an idea in his head to a finished product and have it out there for people to listen to and enjoy, every month, for a year. People had made albums in less time, he reasoned, how hard could it be? 

“When I first said that I was going to do it most people said, ‘Nice one…that’s never going to happen.’” Major recalls with a laugh. “A lot of people thought it was overly aspirational: it probably was.” 

What’s impressive is not so much that he managed to pull it off, more that the challenge produced such a remarkable collection of songs. That within the time frame of a month, Major could produce such fully-realised, beautiful and inventive songs and then repeat the trick the following month, twelve times over.

“With a traditional album, there exists the concept of an album track...I haven’t had that luxury because once a month I have to release a song and every song has to be a single. There’s no room for a piano interlude. Each one had to be something that I could stand behind and say: ‘Hey, this is my next single, it's coming out, I’ve worked on it all month, I hope you like it.’ It forced me to make sure the standard was at a certain level.”

Not only did every song hit its mark, but listening to the fruits of Major’s labour in the order he created them, you’re given an experience that doesn’t really have a precedent in music. Tracing a line from the blissful future soul and skittering beats of Wouldn’t Mean A Thing through Home’s delicate folk to Cold Blood’s pulsating electronica, you’re treated to a dozen snapshots of an artist at a specific moment in time. You can hear him grow, develop and move through the different emotional states of a year in a way that a traditional album simply wouldn’t be able to offer. You can hear how he moved from the minimalism and sub bass warmth of There’s Little Left to the jazz-flecked finger picking and layered harmonies of Second Time in just a few weeks and how the latter’s dreamlike infatuation slowly faded into the bittersweet kiss-off of Fair-Weather Friend like the changing of the seasons.

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