SLC Live Winter Edition • February 16- 17, 2024 • The Gateway
Reviewed and Photographed by Mark Daluz
Let me first start off by apologizing to all the EDM fans out there. I’d never heard of SLC Live until a couple days and boy do I wish I had. Although Indie Rock is my top jam, a big chunk of my early music listening had been EDM, listening to legends like “The Chainsmokers” and “Illenium”. It never crossed my mind that an EDM concert of this stature was possible in Utah but I was so wrong. SLC Live gave Utah EDM fans the chance to listen to legendary and iconic DJs “deadmau5” and “Gryffin”. All uniting all kinds of people from different backgrounds, communities, and groups. Under the lasers and lights of the Gateway Plaza, I was in for a night to remember.
I have been looking forward to seeing Twin Tribes at Urban Lounge since the Pendulum tour was first announced. I have had the privilege of shooting Twin Tribes once before at the Near Dark Festival in Phoenix, and I was absolutely blown away by the sheer talent and connection shared between the two musicians.
Announcing our biggest season ever, the new 24/25 Broadway Series features the show with all the #1 hits & Juliet, the Tony Award-winning Best Musical Kimberly Akimbo, the return of Salt Lake City’s most “popular” musical WICKED, and more!
Salt Lake City, UT – We are pleased to announce the 24/25 Zions Bank Broadway at the Eccles season, bringing five premiere engagements to Salt Lake City, and the return of crowd-pleasing Add-Ons.
The Kills • The Paranoyds • February 9, 2024 • The Union
Reviewed and Photographed by Mark Daluz
On the morning of February 9th, Park City experienced a monster of a snowstorm which naturally drew me in with a day filled with powder skiing. I genuinely had one of my best days skiing and right as I was about to take my well-deserved nap, planning on taking the rest of the day off. I got a notification on my phone reminding me that my day wasn’t over. The Kills’s “God Games” tour was rolling by the Union and I immediately got a spike of pre-concert energy.
Upcoming singer-songwriter Chance Peña played a sold-out Kilby Court with Hayd. Kilby Court isn’t his only show that is sold out. In fact, his entire tour is completely sold out. It was exciting to see this budding star play in such an intimate setting. He will definitely be playing a larger venue next time he stops in Salt Lake City.
From the beginning of Hayd’s set, the feeling of the audience was known. Everyone there was into the lyrics and melody of both artists. It’s important to note how both artists were involved in the display of their performance, what I mean by this is that they were deliberate in choosing each song for their set as accompanying stories were also told.
Last Saturday evening, the atmosphere at The Depot was surging with energy as fans eagerly waited for rock band Thursday to take the stage. The cozy dimly lit venue was packed all the way the bar. I made my way over to the stage to observe the room, and what kind of vibes this band would bring. I saw a mostly older crowd, but there was still a good mix of young rockers and elder emos alike. With a career spanning over two decades, Thursday has cultivated a wide-ranged and hardcore fan base. This show was on their ‘War All The Time’ tour, dedicated to playing their 2003 album in full. I saw a lot of people repping the merch, and discussing their excitement for this long-awaited performance.
Critically Acclaimed Broadway Production of Girl From The North Country is coming to Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, Utah – Zions Bank Broadway at the Eccles is proud to present the Salt Lake City engagement of the Tony Award ®-winning Broadway musical GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY at the Eccles Theater from June 11-16, 2024. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 9, and are available at Broadway-at-the-Eccles.com or by calling 801- 355-2787 (Arts).
We are excited for Stevie Nicks to return to Delta Center on Monday, May 27, 2024. Tickets go on sale online starting Friday, February 9 at 10 am. Please find the official announcement from Live Nation below.
Dirty Heads put on a killer show on Saturday night! When I first heard that Dirty Heads was coming to play during the Sundance Film Festival, I was pretty excited and then a little surprised when I heard they were coming. Especially since they had just come to play in Utah only 6 months prior. But that did not stop them from bringing all of the energy and excitement that they always bring to their shows.
I’ve been waiting for a long time to see what was happening with Park City Live, a club located at the center of Park City’s Main Street. I’ve always enjoyed going to shows there, but I realized it had been some time since I had been to the venue. I was excited to see the venue get a new name, The Marquis Park City, a polished look, and a slew of announced concert dates. It was a brilliant move to open the venue during the Sundance Film Festival. The star-studded list of concerts included the one-of-a-kind, Devo. T
he band would be in town due to the festival premiering “Devo” the documentary about the band. Before the concert, Devo hosted a dinner at ChefDance Social presented by Space Perspective. Devo fans flooded The Marquis Park City and I’d imagine anyone who had attended the dinner before, knew the fun night of music that was in store.