Archive | August, 2017

Revolution Fridays Presents: Black and Gold! Hosted by Andrew Christian’s Topher DiMaggio

17 Aug

08-18-2017 to 08-18-2017 – See for yourself this Friday what all the hypes truly about at Salt Lake City’s most talked about Friday night experience! Revolution Friday’s at the Moose Lounge is Salt Lake City’s premier LGBTQ+ friendly party, created to bridge the gap between the LGBTQ+ and it’s amazing ally’s!

The ultimate pairing of Black and Gold lend themselves to an evening fueled by champagne, electrifying beats, and the celebration of what’s been one hell of a Summer! Join the Team Revolution and VIP guest Host Topher DiMaggio, Andrew Christian Trophy Boy and Men.com superstar, as we celebrate the birthday of our host Christian Whipple in what’s guaranteed to be Salt Lakes biggest birthday bash of Summer 2017.

Additional perks to those in Black and Gold attire!

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Reserve your tickets today for this sure-to-sell out event!

Doors open at 9pm

For VIP table reservations please text 801-701-8451

Salt Lake Bees vs. Tacoma Rainiers

17 Aug

08-15-2017 to 08-18-2017 – Catch the Salt Lake Bees in action when they take on the Tacoma Rainiers at Smith’s Ballpark!

Salt Lake Gallery Stroll

17 Aug

08-18-2017 to 08-18-2017 – Come join us on the 3rd Friday of each month from 6:00-9:00 pm, (except in December when it’s on the 1st Friday).

Galleries across Salt Lake are open for the public to meet artists and browse the exciting and thriving visual arts market in Salt Lake City. The event, as always, is free. Some sponsors offer special discounts and rates for those who participate in Gallery Stroll.

The Salt Lake Gallery Stroll is committed to bringing the value of visual art to the forefront of Salt Lake City’s cultural identity. By gathering galleries and other businesses to promote visual art, we strive to stimulate interest and investment in an ever-growing local visual art community through this FREE public event.

In May, we facilitate the Gallery Roll as a part of National Bike Month.

Summer ET Series

17 Aug

08-18-2017 to 08-18-2017 – Join the Rocky Mountain Raceways for a Summit Series event on the Young Kia Drag Strip.

Therapy Thursdays: Mt. Eden & Kandy

17 Aug

08-17-2017 to 08-18-2017 – V2 Presents and Sky SLC present

Mt Eden Official & KANDY

Before we connect our energi inside the world of Das Energi gather the squad and get charged up at The Official Pre-Party for Das Energi Festival featuring MT Eden & Kandy. MT Eden known for their extended build-ups, drum solos, double and TRIPLE drops expect to hit the peak and just when you think we’ve reached the summit we’ll drop over the edge into a straight dive into bass and beats. PLUS satisfy your sweet tooth with a support set from Kandy! This up and coming artist is known for his unique take on one of the newest genres Jungle Terror. Das Energi Festival starts on early this year on Thursday and doesn’t stop all weekend! Get ready to DANCE!

FREE ENTRY with Das Energi Festival pass!

For VIP reservations contact : Matt@skyslc.com 216.375.4684

Lamb Of God

16 Aug

08-18-2017 to 08-18-2017 – For all its depth, diversity and cross-pollinated ambition, modern metal needs its figureheads, its heroes and its leaders. Lamb of God have been blazing mercilessly away at the forefront of heavy music for the last 15 years, upholding metal’s intrinsic values of honesty, intensity and creativity while also daring to push boundaries and think outside the heavy box. Exploding into view with 2000’s seminal debut New American Gospel, the Virginian quintet inadvertently kick-started the so-called New Wave Of American Metal at the dawn of the 21st century; and have notched up a succession of huge commercial hit albums and remorselessly toured the globe ever since. The combination of vocalist Randy Blythe’s excoriating growls and roars, guitarists Willie Adler and Mark Morton’s precision attack and the bowel-shattering rumble of rhythm section John Campbell (bass) and Chris Adler (drums) has both refined and redefined the notion of aggressive metal in the modern era.

From the raw savagery of 2003’s As The Palaces Burn and its immaculate follow-up Ashes Of The Wake in 2004 to the widescreen pomp and melodic intricacy of Sacrament in 2006, the band’s rise to glory was steady and unstoppable. By the time they released Wrath in 2009, Lamb of God were simply one of the biggest metal bands on the planet, with a vast army of fans worldwide and a formidable reputation for delivering the goods on stage, with countless headlining tours and festival appearances contributing to their status as standard bearers for heavy music. 2012’s Resolution album marked a startling evolution in the band’s sound, displaying laudable levels of experimental fervour and sonic breadth. It built upon the successes of previous years by smashing into the US Billboard charts at number 3 and looked to usher in a new era of acclaim and achievement.

Of course, what happened next is well documented. Vocalist Randy Blythe’s trials and tribulations in the Czech Republic – wherein he stood accused of causing intentional bodily harm to a fan at an LOG show in Prague in 2010 and faced a lengthy prison sentence – momentarily threatened both his freedom and the future of his band. Eventually acquitted on all charges, Randy has spoken at length on his experiences and while it would be inaccurate to state that the new Lamb of God album – VII: Sturm und Drang – represents the story of those dark days, it undoubtedly had a huge impact on the lyrical direction that he took this time round.

 

Pastor France A. Davis Scholarship Tribute Dinner

16 Aug

08-18-2017 to 08-18-2017 – Celebrating great leaders, philanthropists and scholars! The Board of Directors of the Pastor France A. Davis Charitable Scholarship Fund will honor Outstanding Education Supporters, Dr. Deneece Huftalin, President, Salt Lake Community College and Dr. Irwin Altman, University of Utah Emeritus Faulty Member. High School graduates and continuing college students will receive scholarships and be recognized for their educational accomplishments. The social hour and silent auction begins at 6:00 p.m. with dinner at 7:00 p.m. Attire is semi-formal.

Individual tickets are $50. A reserved table of 8 is $1,500.