Events for All Ages

Busker Fest Pop Up on Jordan River Parkway

Tonight's event highlights our acoustic musicians, nestled into the nooks and crannies of the Jordan River Parkway. Find the strolling show along the parkway adjacent to Jordan Park



JCC Summer Concert Series Featuring Kate Mccleod

Dynamic and versatile Americana musician Kate MacLeod brings her authentic music to you through her original songs, instrumentals, and modern renditions of traditional music. Her musical roots are firmly planted in Americana folk, but are colored by her expertise in Celtic, Bluegrass, Classical, and Eastern European genres. Listen to Kate on the lawn of the JCC for free.



WAR Gathering Presents: Juneteenth A Celebration of Black Voices

Get your tickets before they are soul'd out!

More about wargathering & tickets www.SheaFreedom.com/wargathering Facebook event page https://fb.me/e/4kYzOWDQ2

Ticket prices go up May 20th VIP Artist Meet + Q&A @ 6pm Mask required interested in volunteering? email wargathering@gmail.com LGBTQIA BIPOC performers are encouraged to email as well.



Animal Adoption Event

Join Animal Care of Davis County at Layton PetSmart on June 26th from 9AM-1PM. We'll be hosting our Pet Adoption Event during this time. We'll have available cats, dogs and bunnies that are looking for their furever homes. $100 Dog Adoption Fee $35 Cat Adoption Fee $25 Bunny Adoption Fee

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Movie Making Basics for Families

Website to Register: https://www.utahfilmcenter.org/event/workshop-movie-making-basics-for-families/ We are also offering this workshop in Spanish at 1pm on June 26th.

Please visit the following link for more information: https://www.utahfilmcenter.org/event/taller-para-familias-conceptos-basicos-para-hacer-una-pelicula/

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP: Do you love to watch movies? Have you ever watched a movie and thought “I’d love to make a movie but I don’t know how!” Are you thinking you can’t make movies because you don’t have a movie camera? The Utah Film Center will teach you that you CAN make a movie and you DON’T need any fancy movie equipment to make it happen! Professional filmmaker Fernando Lara will show you how to use what you have–a smartphone or a tablet–to make a movie with your family and friends. You will learn the basics of movie-making from storyboarding to directing to casting to cinematography and editing. You will walk away from this workshop with all the basic tools and skills you need to make a movie of your own!

INSTRUCTOR: Fernando Lara AGES: 5-95 DATE & TIME: This workshop will take place live on June 26 at 11 am Mountain Time for registered attendees and will be approximately 60 minutes long.

PLATFORM: This workshop will take place via a private Zoom link you will gain access to on June 26 through this webpage and your email confirmation. COST: $10 per family, maximum 15 families can register.



SLUG Picnic: Peachy Fingernail, PK Opal and The Mercy Seat

As the Utah summer arcs back around, SLUG is delighted to bring back our outdoor concert series, SLUG Picnic. The first 2021 showcase features Peachy Fingernail, PK Opal and The Mercy Seat, each using their unique sonics as as springboard for a host of feelings at once weird, wonderful and cathartic.

SLUG Picnic takes place on Saturday, June 26 in the parking lot in front of SLUG’s offices (230 S. 500 W. Ste. 125 in Salt Lake City); gates open at 5:30 p.m. and music is from 6–9 p.m. The first 20 attendees to arrive will get a free picnic basket with goodies from our sponsors! Balabe Cuisine will be there to serve up dinner to hungry guests, plus you can shop from local artisans like Space Babes Art and Freckleface.

Tickets for SLUG Picnic are available at SLUGMag.com and get one for your furry friend while you’re at it! Make sure to bring your own picnic blankets and chairs to get cozy at the event. SLUG Picnic is sponsored by Sparrow Electric, Churn Baby Ice Cream, Dented Brick Distillery, Gem City Fine Foods, Pulp Lifestyle Kitchen and Liquid Death. SLUG Magazine is also working with SLCO to have their mobile vaccination clinic on-site to provide free vaccines to anyone who wants one. Note: You do not need to purchase a SLUG Picnic ticket to get a vaccine.



Footloose the Musical

West Valley Arts is proud to present Footloose the musical, based on the hit 1984 film. Shows are July 8th-31st, on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:30 pm, with an additional 2:00 pm matinee on Saturdays.

Tickets are $15-20 and can be purchased at https://ci.ovationtix.com/35516/production/1035871?performanceId=10604308



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.



School of Rock: The Musical

This family-friendly show, based on the cult film and with a rocking new score from Andrew Lloyd Webber, School of Rock follows slacker Dewey Finn as he turns a class of straight-A students into an ear-popping, riff-scorching, all-conquering rock band! With a jolt of energy, this inspiring musical features the first-ever kids rock band playing their instruments live on-stage! Bring the whole family and find out if they will win the Battle of the Bands and show us they can truly ROCK!

Show Dates: Jul 17-October 22, 2021 https://www.tuacahn.org/show/school/



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.