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  • Fix It Pop Up Event - Jewelry

    Bring your broken clothing, jewelry down to the store and we will fix it for you.

    Fix It, Make It, Bring Us Your Jewelry Items Pop Up Event Do you have a drawer of broken jewelry that you just can't throw out? Or have one earring with its mate lost? Do you have pearls that need to be restrung? Then this is the event for you! Bring your broken clothing, jewelry down to the store and we will fix it for you. Prices vary depending on what you need to have repaired. No need to register; just come on over to the store between 11 and 2 and we will help you out. Rene Venegas of Galleon's Gold Jewelry will be available to help fix your jewelry. Rene Venegas will also be available to buy silver, gold and gemstones from old jewelry.

  • Red Rock Arts Festival: Street Fest

    The annual Street Fest in Moab, Utah is a free street festival culminating the Red Rock Arts Festival. The street fest features eight regional and local musical artists , artisan vendors, a plein air exhibition, food trucks, and a beer garden.

    The annual Street Fest in Moab, Utah is a free street festival culminating the Red Rock Arts Festival. The street fest features eight regional and local musical artists, a kids' area, artisan vendors, a plein air exhibition, food trucks, and a beer garden. Line-up: 12:00-12:30pm // Quicksand Soup 12:45-1:30pm // Still The Weather 1:45-2:30pm // Funky Mother Cluckers 2:45-3:30pm // Frances & The Foundation 3:45-4:30pm // Slim Pickins 4:45-5:45pm // Nickel & Rose 6:00-7:15pm // Stoll Vaughan 7:30-9:00pm // Litz Visit www.redrockartsfestival.com for more information!

  • Moab Art Walk

    Join us for Moab ArtWalk, a showcase of local art every second Saturday of the month April-November at Downtown Moab businesses.

    Moab ArtWalk takes place every second Saturday April, May, June, September, October and November from 5-8pm in downtown Moab. Grab a map of the ArtWalk stops and make your rounds to all of the wonderful businesses and organizations displaying local art for the themed ArtWalk that month.

  • Cedar City Spike 150 Celebration

    A week long salute to Cedar City’s railroad & Hollywood movie history in honor of the 150th anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad and the Driving of the Golden Spike

    Cedar City celebrates Spike 150 and the community's ties to the railroad industry.  This week of events includes a screening of the classic Cecil B. Demile film Union Pacific, which was filmed in Cedar City. The opening of the Spike 150 Exhibit "A World Transformed-The Transcontinental Railroad and Utah” at the Southern Utah Museum of Art. There will be a gallery talk about the exhibit and Wonder Wednesday will be railroad themed activities for children K-5. The Iron County Historical Society will host a guest lecture by Iron County Historian Ryan Paul "Traveling the Painted Canyons: The Utah Parks Company 1923-73".  The week culminates with a Downtown Mural unveiling & celebration  where Historic Downtown unveils their mural project commemorating  the Spike 150 Celebration,  Utah Parks Company and Union Pacific Railroad.  All events are FREE!

  • Cavetown @ The Complex

    • Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 06:30 PM
    • The Complex in Salt Lake City, UT
    S&S Presents Cavetown

    S&S Presents Cavetown Doors: 6:30 PM   Robin Skinner makes music by himself, in his bedroom, but his songs belong to the world. The son of a professional flautist and Cambridge University’s director of music, the 20-year-old UK singer/songwriter—who’s performed under the name CAVETOWN since 2013—has musical talent literally embedded in his DNA. But that underlying musical theory is nothing without the emotional underpinnings that take a song from technically proficient to transformatively powerful. Marrying the two is what makes Cavetown so captivating and resonant with fans. They see themselves in Skinner’s music: tales of love and loss, of yearning to make sense of life and all the feelings that go along with it. For three minutes at a time, listeners feel less alone inside his songs, finding comfort in times of chaos and confusion. “I speak about very genuine things and very personal things that I find hard to say,” Skinner explains. “That’s why I write a song about it. I think people relate to that: Sometimes they can’t put things into words, but when they hear a song about it, they can point to that.” The direct through-line to fans’ emotions is the result of the barrier-free relationship Skinner has created with his audience. Outside of his deeply personal music, Cavetown’s YouTube channel is full of day-in-the-life, behind-the-scenes vignettes – along with covers of his favorite songs and other musical treats – that allow fans to get to know Skinner as more than just a voice filling their earbuds. And ultimately, their appreciation for this beautifully symbiotic relationship is reflected back in their devotion, as fans around the world have built and nurtured their own underground, grassroots community centered around Cavetown. They line up for hours ahead of Cavetown shows, coordinate homemade art projects, and bring the own kazoos to play along with him. It’s an unbreakable, authentic bond made all the more moving by how organically it’s developed over the years, the result of the Skinner’s tireless and whole-hearted optimism taking roots amongst his listeners. With a magnetic personality and such universally relatable songs, Skinner is well on his way to expanding that musical family. Cavetown’s most recent full-length album, LEMON BOY, has won over listeners far and wide with effortless, bright melodies and economic songwriting on full display. From the looping folk-pop title track (with an inventive music video that’s racked up more than 7 million YouTube views) to the uke-meets-electronica “Fool” and jazzy “888,” it’s an intimate, calming collection that displays a songwriting craft far beyond his years. Following the breakthrough success of the Lemon Boy and worldwide tours – including multiple-night residencies in London, Los Angeles, and New York City – Skinner is venturing deep into the ANIMAL KINGDOM, a digital mixtape series that features new songs, covers and re-imaginings of catalog material each month along with a song from a friend or peer that he’s had a hand in creating. “I love making music with friends,” he says. “I love making music period. I’m a very in-the-now kind of person and excited about every opportunity I have to create and write songs. I just go with the flow and see where it takes me. I want to make music forever” XX


    Postfontaine Presents NF: THE SEARCH TOUR

    Nathan "Nate" John Feuerstein (born March 30, 1991), whose stage name is NF, is an American Christian hip hop rapper, singer and musician. He released an extended play in 2014 with Capitol CMG, NF, and it was his breakthrough release on the Billboard charts. He has released tho studio albums: Mansion in 2015, Therapy Session in 2016, and Perception in 2017.

  • Tales of Magic & Music

    Enjoy music from your favorite movies like Frozen, Fantastic Beasts and Pink Panther, with special guest magician Brooklyn Tanner!

    The Murray Symphony's first concert of the 2019-20 season is designed especially for children of all ages. Music linked to magical stories both old and new will ignite and delight your imagination. This concert will also feature professional magician Brooklyn Tanner. You and your children are invited to participate in a costume parade.

  • Rhythm in the Heights

    Riverton Jazz Band will accompany amazing vocalists and dancers for a night of classic big band and jazz songs! This will be a wonderfully entertaining evening.

    The Riverton Jazz Band will accompany amazing vocalists and dancers for a night of classic big band and jazz songs! This will be a wonderfully entertaining evening. Admission: $5 adult, $3 student, $20 groups of 7

  • Verdi's La traviata

    • Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 07:30 PM – October 18, 2019
    • Capitol Theatre in Salt Lake City, UT

    Come experience Verdi’s heartbreaking masterpiece, and see the opera for yourself that moved Julia Roberts’ character to tears in Pretty Woman. The beautiful, but ill, courtesan Violetta Valéry falls in love with the upper-class gentleman Alfredo and leaves her life as a kept woman for an idyllic life in the country with him.  When pressured to leave Alfredo by his father, she flees to her former life leaving only a note. But Alfredo’s love will not be denied, and he isn’t going to stand aside as he sees her on the arm of another man. Highlights: Stars Anya Matanovic, praised for her “power” and “rich, warm soprano” (Utah Arts Review) as Violetta Valéry, the young Parisian courtesan who is conflicted by her love, lifestyle, and health. Tenor Rafael Moras makes his Utah Opera debut as Alfredo Germont, Violetta’s love interest Metropolitan Opera-regular Michael Chioldi, one of the most sought-after dramatic baritones of his generation, returns as Alfredo’s father Features Utah Opera’s newly refurbished and ever-popular production designed by Peter Dean Beck with costumes by Susan Memmott Allred Sung in Italian with English supertitles.

  • Menagerie: Beasts of the Middle Ages and Renaissan

    Join us for an evening of animal themed music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

    There is no shortage of creatures that slither, swoop, and pad through the pages of ancient music! Gothic harp and recorder join a vocal quartet to celebrate the gentle lamb, the loyal hound, the glorious phoenix, and the industrious silkworm, to name a few. With Medieval chant and trouvère song, jolly Renaissance madrigals, and delicate ars subtilior textures, our concert will revel in the chirps, bahs and rustlings of the animal world.
    Emily Nelson, soprano • Nate Pence, countertenor • Christopher LeCluyse, tenor • John Bergquist, bass • Therese Honey, Gothic harp • Lisa Chaufty, recorder and flute