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The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from April 2015

  • Take a Unique Religious Tour Near Downtown Salt Lake

    Salt Lake has never been shy about being a destination for religious tourism. Temple Square, at the heart of the city, boasts millions of visitors annually, drawing both saints and sinners to bask in the beauty of its ten acres of manicured gardens, Tabernacle, and visitor’s center. However,

  • The Twilight Concert Series 2015 Lineup!

    The 2015 Twlight Concert Series lineup has been released, and it's causing quite a stir around Salt Lake (and beyond). Concerts will occur at Pioneer Park every Thursday evening through July and August. They're open to all ages, but beer can be purchased at beverage stands surrounding the general

  • Night on the Town: Explore the Lively 2nd & 2nd

    The revived stretch of 200 South, between 100 and 200 East, provides a hip new spot for folks to experience and enjoy downtown. With recent additions complementing the old classics, the area is now a bustling scene on Saturday nights—much different from the run-down corner it once was. It's a

  • TiltShift: A Film Fest by Teens, for Teens

    From April 24-26, Utah Film Center is teaming up with local organizations SpyHop and SHIFT to launch the first-ever TiltShift, a film and media arts festival that's organized and programmed by nine teenage committee members and presented for a teen audience. The festival will feature nine film

  • Red Butte Announces Its Full Season Lineup!

    Red Butte Gardens, Salt Lake's favorite outdoor concert venue, has just announced 28 shows running the gamut from big band to southern rock to hip hop to dubstep violin. Starting the season off will be Passion Pit, The Decemberists, Chromeo, and Lindsay Stirling. The full lineup is as follows:

  • Win a Pop-Up Art Garden!

    The Downtown Garden Stroll features five artist-created pop-up "parks" peppered on Main Street, between South Temple and 200 South. Each of the five artists was given a $3000 stipend to create his or her park. Each park measures 8 x 20 feet and features unique floral arrangements, artistic