Idan Jene with Castle OG

Tales & Tunes

Multicultural stories, and music that embraces us all as we build common ground. 7:00-8:00pm

Haley Hendrickson Memorial Open-Mic

Tab Benoit

Tab Benoit is a Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and guitarist who has built a remarkable 30+ year career on the foundation of his gritty and soulful Delta swamp blues and acquiring a devoted legion of fans along the way, as well as 5 Blues Music Awards, including BB King Entertainer of the Year (twice) and an induction into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame. Tickets: 

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets with Meatbodies, Breezeway

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
When you think of a typical English fete, you think of coconut shies and Punch & Judy puppet shows, children tearing around laughing and little old ladies selling homemade hams with smudged labels. The idyllic picture hardly seems like something that would inspire the concept of an album by an Australian psych rock band, but then Perth’s Psychedelic Porn Crumpets have always been hard ones to pin down. 

On their third album, ‘And Now For The Whatchamacallit’, the four-piece take that very British image and reimagine a 1930s small town fair for the future, twisting the wholesome giddiness and mirth of such events into a madcap adventure that feels like a ride you don’t want to end. It was inspired by a documentary about Woburn Sands, the English town frontman Jack McEwan grew up in. “It felt like a homage back to home,” explains Jack. “That idea felt like I could write about these old times but give it a twist of the future, like what people back then would think it would be like.” 

With the theme emerging a few songs into the writing of the record, the band decided to embrace the “nostalgic happiness” associated with it and write “the most fun things we could think of”. “Fun” is perhaps an understatement when it comes to describing ‘And Now For The Whatchamacallit’, which sprints through thunderous, wailing fuzzy rock (‘When In Rome’), sitar-led lysergic voyages (‘Native Tongue’), and stomping psych-pop (‘Bill’s Mandolin’). The latter was written in honour of a mandolin Jack was given on the band’s last UK tour, which became an inanimate observer of all sorts of capers, the likes of which informed the record’s songwriting. Tour lends itself to creating the kind of experiences you can fill an album’s worth of stories with, according to Jack. With nights not able to get properly started until after the show’s finished, you’re more likely to meet “the quirkiest people or the ones who are still awake or buzzing, or on magic potions of sorts.”

Open Blues & More Jam

Be a Friend to Everyone

Storytime for toddlers 10:30-11:00am

Downtown Salt Lake Tuesday Harvest Market

Join us every Tuesday in August and September for a mini-market. From 4-8:00 PM at Pioneer Park, shop for produce, artisan foods and arts and crafts. It may be smaller than the Saturday market, but it’s certainly just as fun!

Ogden Twilight - Of Monsters and Men


New Roots Farmers Market

This is an avenue for local refugee farmers to sell their produce while developing business and marketing skills. The farmers specialize in growing specialty, culturally relevant, crops that are common in countries around the world but difficult to find and grow in the United States. 5:00-7:00pm