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Apr 25
Lightning Bolt

Over the course of its two-decade existence, Lightning Bolt has revolutionized underground rock in immeasurable ways. The duo broke the barrier between stage and audience by setting themselves up on the floor in the midst of the crowd. Their momentous live performances and the mania they inspired paved the way for similar tactics used by Dan Deacon and literally hundreds of others. Similarly, the band’s recordings have always been chaotic, roaring, blown out documents that sound like they could destroy even the toughest set of speakers. 

Apr 23 - Apr 25
Reunion

On the threshold of our 50th Anniversary, this concert will kick off a celebration that will climax during RDT's 2015-2016 season.  Over 100 dancers have passed through the RDT studos as Company members and this show will celebrate all they have done to carry us to this milestone anniversary.

Featuring alumni choreographers:

-Linda C. Smith
-Kay Clark
-Tim Wengerd
-Bill Evans
-Lynne Wimmer
-Angie Banchero-Kelleher
-Brent Schneider
-Nicholas Cendese
-Nathan Shaw

Apr 24 - Apr 25
The Midtown Men

Together with the Utah Symphony, stars from the original cast of Broadway’s Jersey Boys reunite to sing some of their favorite '60s hits. They took Broadway by storm in one of the biggest hits of all time, and now they’re together again - with the Utah Symphony! 

Apr 25
Real Monarchs vs LA Galaxy II

Come see the Real Monarchs as they battle against the LA Galaxy II.

Apr 8 - May 3
Mr Perfect

Mr. Perfect tells the tale of four sort-of love stories and asks, “What are the chances?” This romantic comedy centers on Zooey, a quirky flight attendant and romance novel junkie who is on the search for Mr. Perfect. When Zooey happens to meet Jeffery, the narrator of her favorite romance audio books, they end up in the airplane bathroom 32,000 feet over Dayton, Ohio. This sets Zooey on a quest to connect the random events that make up life, hoping to find the meaning of it all.

Apr 10 - May 9
2015 Tulip Festival

Welcome spring this April and enjoy all the colors of the rainbow spread throughout nearly 100 different varieties of tulips during the annual Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival. Featuring 250,000 tulips displayed in the 55-acre Thanksgiving Point Gardens, the Tulip Festival is an awe-inspiring sight that is redesigned each year to create a new display.

In addition to the spectacular tulips, on Fridays and Saturdays the Tulip Festival includes music, vendors, and food. Also, garden tours and demonstrations are held every day. And though there are hundreds of volunteers and staff working behind the scenes to create the festival, make no mistake about it: Mother Nature is in charge of the show. Regular Garden admission fees apply. Free admission for Thanksgiving Point Members.

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SALT LAKE SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL CAFÉ AT THE BEEHIVE TEA ROOM

Published: 01/11/2013
SALT LAKE CITY (January 2013) — Back by popular demand, Visit Salt Lake is again sponsoring the Sundance Film Festival Café at the Beehive Tea Room in downtown Salt Lake January 18-20. Presented by 90.9 KRCL FM, the Café will offer live music each evening. There is no entrance fee and it's open to the public, but seating is limited. Conveniently located between the two main Salt Lake Sundance screening venues of Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center and Broadway Theatres, the Café is a place for filmmakers and festival goers to relax in the vintage tea rooms of a by-gone age. 

The casual atmosphere of the Beehive Tea Room fills the mind with colorful images of casual roadside eateries from the past. French-press coffee, Chai, hot chocolate, an assortment of fine wines, beers, sweets, English scones, sandwiches, salads and soups are festival favorites. The Café is a perfect place to continue your conversations after a film.  

Where:
Salt Lake Sundance Festival Café - Beehive Tea Room, 12 West Broadway (300 South) 
(801) 328-4700

PERFORMANCES 

Friday, January 18 
8:30 p.m. Mark Dago / Indie Futuristic Video Game Rap Music
Saturday, January 19 
5:30 p.m. Hot Club of Zion / Gypsy Swing Jazz
8:30 p.m. Folka Dots / Acoustic Vintage Country
Sunday, January 20 
5:30 p.m. Danielle French / Contemporary Folk / Pop
8:30 p.m. Staks O'Lee / Americana
Monday, January 21
5:30 p.m. SLFM / Fast Electric Ukulele and Vocals
8:30 p.m. Triggers & Slips / Alt-Rock / Psychedelic Country
Tuesday, January 22 
8:30 p.m. Andrew Shaw & Color Animal / Garage Rock and Ethereal Stuff
Wednesday, January 23 
5:30 p.m. Cassette Era / 3-Piece Folky-Bluegrass
8:30 p.m. B.D. Howes Band / Eclectic Rock
Thursday, January 24 
5:30 p.m. Rose Gold - Electronic Jazz Dub
8:30 p.m. Block Swon / Post-Modern Chamber Music
Friday, January 25 
5:30 p.m. SLFM / Ukulele and Vocals
8:30 p.m. Clarksdale Ghosts / Austin Style Country, First Generation Blues 
Saturday, January 26
8:30 p.m. The Moth and the Flame / Indie Art Rock
 
Visit Salt Lake is a private, non-profit corporation responsible for the promotion of Salt Lake as a convention and travel destination. Visit Salt Lake’s mission is to improve the area economy by attracting and providing support to conventions, leisure travelers and visitors while being a leader in environmental responsibility. Salt Lake is a unique fusion of metropolitan city and quaint mountain town; the towering Wasatch Mountains that embrace Salt Lake offer a dramatic backdrop to the vibrancy and activities of downtown.
 
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