The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from April 2017

  • Salt Lake Marathon

    Spring has sprung in Salt Lake and that means one thing—its time to run! The Salt Lake Marathon is a time-honored tradition that signals the end of the cold season in Salt Lake. Learn about all the details here and support friends, family, and Salt Lake’s running community at this year’s Marathon.

  • Summer Outdoor Concerts in Salt Lake

    Summer is just around the corner in Salt Lake, and the outdoor summer concert season is all-time. From wine-and-charcuterie accompanied evenings at Red Butte, to the high-energy, and young crowds at Twilight, to big-name performances at Usana, this summer is going to be hot in Salt Lake. Get out

  • Antelope Island Rum Wins Silver Medal

    Contrary to stereotypes, Salt Lake has a history steeped in booze. If you haven’t heard of Brigham Young’s famous Valley Tan, we have some stories for you. While Salt Lake’s tenure as a booze capital waned in the early 1900’s, we’re back in a big way. The Dented Brick Distillery won a Silver Medal

  • Experience the Utah Olympic Park

    Consider taking a day off from all that skiing, hiking, or biking and find time to explore the 15 year legacy of the Utah Olympic Park. The UOP and its various venues are a sight that must not be skipped on any visit to the Beehive State. With its main facility located in Kimball Junction, just 30