By Sean P. Means The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Jul 31 2014 03:50PM
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Things To Do
30 Years at Finch Lane Galleries: A Retrospective
Aug 1st at Finch Lane Gallery at the Art Barn
The Finch Lane Gallery will celebrat artists who h...
Utah Shakespeare Festival - The Comedy of Errors
Aug 2nd at Adams Shakespearean Theatre
Shakespeare's comedy, "The Comedy of Errors, will...
Saturday's Voyeur
Aug 1st at Salt Lake Acting Company
Salt Lake Acting Company announce the 36th anniver...
Gaslight Auditions
Aug 2nd at Heritage Community Theatre - Perry
Heritage Theatre will hold auditions for Gaslight,...
Eric Herman
Aug 1st at Discovery Gateway
Eric Herman, a nationally touring children's music...
Motley Crue with Alice Cooper
Aug 1st at USANA Amphitheatre
Motley Crue will bring their Final Tour with speci...
Deer Valley Music Festival - Disney in Concert: Tale As Old As Time
Aug 1st at Snow Park Outdoor Ampitheater
Join the Utah Symphony, conducted by Jerry Steiche...
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