The Downtown Farmers Market has announced its full lineup of musicians that will hit the stage each Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the south lawn of Pioneer Park.
Featured performers include Holy Water Buffalo, The Suicycles, The Hot Club of Zion, Matteo, The Folka Dots, The Mighty Sequoyah, Pour Horse, Lady Murasaki and more. In addition to the live acts on stage, impromptu street performers (buskers) will surround the market.
"The consistent growth of the region’s local music scene has enabled us to bring current and fresh, local bands to our music stage everyseason," said Kristin Beck, Program Coordinator for Downtown Farmers Market, in a press release. "I’m especially proud of this season’s music schedule and I hope that visitors to the Market discover something new that they may not have seen or heard before."
All music is powered by Creative Energy Solutions: a local residential and commercial solar solutions company.
The Downtown Farmers Market is open Saturday mornings from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October 27. The Tuesday evening Harvest Market begins August 7 and is open from 4 p.m. to dusk. Both events are held in Pioneer Park.
The full music lineup, along with photos of the stage and band bios can be found at: http://www.slcfarmersmarket.org/programs-and-events/music-at-the-market
|1.||University of Utah study: Lizard lungs work like birds’, and nobody knows why|
|2.||Mormon church traces black priesthood ban to Brigham Young|
|3.||Friends rally to help former Utah football star Bronzell Miller, given two weeks to live|
|4.||NSA head says metadata program key tool against terrorism|
|5.||Few searchers remain in quest for 5 missing in central Idaho plane crash|
|6.||Mitt Romney documentary a standout amid Sundance’s stars|
|7.||‘A Snow White Christmas’ brings new family tradition to Salt Lake City, panto style|
|8.||Restaurant review: Menu misses at The Annex in Sugar House|
|9.||All I want for Christmas is a new Christmas song|
|10.||A holiday cookie recipe for those of us who hate baking|