Festival Pass for 4 Art-Filled Days
The 2010 Utah Arts Festival is three weeks away. Do you plan on visiting the Festival every day? Purchase a 4-day pass for only $25. It’s a $15 savings. You’ll have more cash for art, food and fun. This discount ends .
Opening Night Rocks
Don’t miss the start of four days and nights of great music. Michelle Shocked followed by Americana rockers Cowboy Junkies on the Amphitheater Stage.of the Festival brings folk icon
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Richard Elliott: Featured Organ Performances
The Main Library’s Urban Room becomes a concert hall with one of the three full-time organists for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Richard Elliott. A wall of 30 speakers and the lively acoustics of the Library’s glass foyer will intensify the sounds of Elliott’s 206-rank Æolian-Skinner organ.Friday and will feature the performance of the complete Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition" while and will feature a variety of musical selections.
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It takes more than 1,000 volunteers to help build, run and tear down the biggest cultural event of the summer. Want to share your talents?
Utah Arts Festival on your iPhone!
In the next few days you'll be able to download the free Utah Arts Festival iPhone app directly from Apple’s iTunes store.
You can have the entire Festival guide at your fingertips, and build your own personal Festival schedule. It’s your digital guide to the Festival. Thanks to EyebrowMan Interactive and Third Sun Productions for this exciting addition to the Festival experience.
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CAKE Live in Concert
CAKE headlines the Summer Solstice Concert, outdoors at Library Square.
The Concert is a fundraiser for the 2010 Utah Arts Festival
Tickets on sale now at www.summersolsticeshow.com Gates open at 7, show starts at 8. Your Concert ticket includes a 2 for 1 voucher to the 2010 Utah Arts Festival.
Indie rockers, CAKE, are best known for their hits “The Distance,” “Never There,” and their “Rarities and B-Sides” album in 2008 covering Black Sabbath's "War Pigs" and Barry White's "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up." The band is poised to release a new album this year.
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