By Sean P. Means The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Aug 31 2014 05:29PM
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Things To Do
Downton Dead
Sep 5th at Off Broadway Theatre
The Off Broadway Theatre will present "Downton Dea...
Dracula: He Loved In Vein
Sep 3rd at Desert Star Playhouse
Desert Star Playhouse will present "Dracula: He Lo...
Crown the Empire
Sep 2nd at In The Venue
In The Venue will present Crown The Empire as the...
Sentimental Journey
Sep 2nd at Utah State University Ballroom
The Utah State University ballroom will be transfo...
Tad Calcara Sextet
Sep 2nd at Gallivan Center
Excellence in the Community presents the Tad Calca...
Appleseed Collective
Sep 2nd at
The Appleseed Collective will perform a blend of s...
The Entrance Band
Sep 2nd at Urban Lounge
KRCL will present The Entrance Band with special g...
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