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Oct 22 - Oct 23
Warren Miller Entertainment - No Turning Back

This fall, Warren Miller releases its 65th ski film, No Turning Back. The newest installment pays homage to the 65 years of mountain culture and adventure filmmaking that has lead us to every end of the winter world—and this year is no different. From beneath the blankets of powder in Niseko, Japan to the top of Greece’s Mount Olympus, the French Alps, and the Mom & Pop hills of Montana, each location is sure to provide nothing but stoke. Watch Olympian Ted Ligety shred the World Cup in Colorado, Ingrid Backstrom and Jess McMillan push the boundaries of the Alaskan Chugach, and JT Holmes and Ulie Kestenholz take flight high above the Swiss Alps. Revel in the celebration for this year’s winter season and remember, this time there’s No Turning Back. Find shows, get tickets and more at www.warrenmiller.com.

Film Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QO1XAwXts7A&feature=youtu.be

Presale - Monday, September 15th at 10am to Sunday, September 21st at 11:59pm. Presale tickets are available online ONLY. Presale tickets are $14 plus a $1.50 Facility Fee. The password is "presale2014". An unlimited number of tickets may be purchased at this discounted price.

Presale link: http://www.ticketingcentral.com/V2/Home.aspx?I=ZhmDAAAAAAAbWbuJAQAAAADJ%2fv%2f%2f%2fwD%2f%2f%2f%2f%2fAAD%2f%2f%2f%2f%2f%2f%2f%2f%2f%2fw%3d%3d

Tickets go on sale Monday, September 22nd.

Tickets are $18 plus a $1.50 Facility Fee. A group discount is available with the purchase of 10 or more tickets at $15 each plus facility fee. Order your tickets online 24/7 through Smithstix, by phone at 801-689-8700 or in person at the Box Office M-F 2-6 p.m

The following offer is available from the Warren Miller Group Ticket Office only:

Buy 10 or more tickets and get $3 off every full price ticket, Free Shipping, PLUS a download card for a vintage film from the Warren Miller Entertainment Vault. Call Now: 1-800-523-7117.

Oct 24
Utah Jazz vs Phoenix Suns

Come see the Utah Jazz as they take on the Phoenix Suns.

Oct 25
Monster Block Party

For all the Ghouls and Boys! The Monster Block Party , daytime Halloween festival for Salt Lake City's goblins and ghouls of all ages. There will be trick-or-treating booths, a costume contest with prizes (Kid, Teen and Adult divisions), free arts and crafts projects, a pumpkin drop, live performances and more!

Oct 27
Alt-J

Fusing elements of hip hop, experimental rock, and electronic music, English indie-rock band Alt-J create a peculiar, highly infectious sound. Having burst into pop culture with their 2012 debut, An Awesome Wave, the Leeds-based band has been compared to artists including Hot Chip, Cut Copy, and Wild Beasts, and Everything Everything. Audiences worldwide have been captivated by their pulsating rhythms and intimate vocals. Don't miss this chance to see them perform live at The Complex!

Oct 28
Halloween Hi-Jinks

Halloween Fun for the Entire Family with Costumes, Prizes and Spooky Music.

Join all the ghosts and ghouls at Abravanel Hall for a spooky Halloween concert. Bring your entire family, wear your best Halloween costume, and register for your chance to win fantastic prizes. Costume registration begins at 6 pm. Costume judging categories include: Group, adults, children, and orchestra members.

*Registration is required for costume contest prize consideration.

Oct 29
Utah Jazz vs Houston Rockets

Come see the Utah Jazz as they take on the Houston Rockets. 

Oct 31
Marinade

Talia Keys has been making a name for herself. A Utah Native, she has been playing shows all over her home state in the last 6 years. This past summer she took her one woman show across the United States. She began her journey at Electric Forest in Rothbury MI, where she was received very well and was named one of the "Best of Electric Forest" by Insomniac. She continued on to play in South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana and Texas. Having just released her first solo EP, Gemini Mind she wanted to spread her music and message across the country. She also plays with her band Marinade and they have been together for 5 years now. Together they have released an album, played countless music festivals, bars, venues and toured through Colorado, Idaho and Utah.

Oct 15 - Nov 1
Little Shop of Horrors

 Feed the need for musical hilarity with this delicious sci-fi smash about a man-eating plant.

Nov 5
Utah Jazz vs Cleveland Cavaliers

Come see the Utah Jazz as they take on the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Hotel Elevate to expand with The Historic Hotel Bar and The Barrel Room

Published: 01/24/2013

From UtahBusiness.com

The Hotel & Club Elevate, known for its popularity in the nightclub scene, as well as holiday parties, has announced the launch of two new bars: The Historic Hotel Bar, and The Barrel Room.

When asked about the reasons for the changes Bryan Borreson, the owner and operator for the last three years, pointed to the ever-changing culture of Salt Lake City and the surrounding community. "Utah has a vibrant and evolving population, and we want to evolve with them. With our history and location, we feel we are in a great position do just that."

Located just South of the Salt Palace, The Hotel & Club Elevate has been a destination not only for Utahns, but also for tourists and conference attendees across the nation, hosting many events for Outdoor Retailers and other visiting groups. "We're excited for the new expansion, it's been a lot of work and I think our guests are going to be able to see that," Borreson expressed.

The first bar is created to be homage to the origins of the building, which opened in 1910 and will be complete with period bartenders, as well as a large selection of food and beverages for people to enjoy. "We have a rich history in Salt Lake, in this building in particular, and we want to celebrate that history. We will be expanding our hours as well, opening our doors at 4:00 pm every Tuesday through Saturday," said Borreson.

The Barrel Room celebrates that history as well, hosting live bands and serving craft beer. "We wanted to create a space that showcases the local talent Utah has, both in its craft beer as well as its musical talent and we feel The Barrel Room reflects that," he said.

 

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