The Salt Lake Scene

Posts from July 2019

  • Salt Lake's Must-See Murals and Street Art

    Experience the masterful and artistic urban murals in Salt Lake City–some cleverly placed in the middle of busy intersections­–others secretly tucked away in unassuming alleyways. These massive pieces of art, painted on iconic and not so iconic walls wait ever so patiently for someone to come and

  • Utah Museum of Fine Arts: Your Destination for Inspiration

    Utah Museum of Fine Arts: Your Destination for Inspiration

    Explore the region’s most dynamic collection of global art at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts at the University of Utah. Featuring artworks that span the history of human creation, the UMFA offers infinite opportunities to connect with, learn from, and be inspired by visual art. You’ll discover

  • Salt Lake's 10 Best Public Parks

    From incredible mountain-backdrop views to summer-friendly options for the kids, Salt Lake City has some incredible parks. Combine the scenic setting with beautiful summer sunsets, and you get an idea of why so many people are moving to Salt Lake. Equal parts urban and mountain-set, our range of

  • The Top 10 Pioneer Day Events in Salt Lake

    July 24th is a big deal in Utah. The date commemorates the day Brigham Young first set foot in the Salt Lake Valley and declared to his fellow Mormon pioneers: “This is the right place.” But July 24th, better known as “Pioneer Day,” isn’t just an LDS holiday—it’s a celebration of everyone who

  • Cast of Salt Lake Acting Company’s Saturday’s Voyeur 2019

    Saturday’s Voyeur Returns for It’s 41st Year

    Summertime is upon us, which in the Utah can only mean one thing: the return of Saturday’s Voyeur by Allen Nevins and Nancy Borgenicht. The 2019 edition (the 41st annual!) edition of Saturday’s Voyeur once again lampoons Utah culture and politics with biting satire and cathartic wit. Audiences can

  • Days of 47 Cowboy Games & Rodeo, July 19-24th

    Welcome to Salt Lake Gritty

    Quick. Imagine Salt Lake City. I’m guessing you didn’t picture bucking bulls, flying lassos, and the thunder of galloping horse hooves. Instead, you probably conjured up images of powdery ski slopes, scenic views of the Rockies, and the area’s distinct religious heritage. But for one week in July,