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    Ballet West's Innovations
    May 25th at Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center
    This program features works by up-and-coming Ameri...
    Bumpin Uglies
    May 24th at Metro Bar
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    City Jazz Big Band
    May 24th at Gallivan Center
    Excellence in the Community will present the City...
    Eye & The Arrow
    May 24th at
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    Lamb of God
    May 25th at The Complex
    Virginia metal band Lamb of God will present its "...
    Celtic Woman
    May 25th at Maverik Center
    Celtic Woman will bring its Destiny World Tour, Ma...
    The Lumineers - The Cleopatra World Tour
    May 25th at Red Butte Garden and Arboretum
    Denver folk-rock band The Lumineers will present i...



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