X96 presents Yellowcard with special guests The Wonder Years and We Are The In Crowd LIVE at The Complex on Thursday, November 28th! Tickets go on sale this Friday! Pre-Sale Tickets: CLICK HERE!
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SWITCHFOOT 2012 TOUR: Coming to The Depot on October 16
SALT LAKE CITY, UT – Switchfoot announced today that they are coming to The Depot on Tuesday, Oct. 16, for an all ages concert in support of their album, Vice Verses, that is in stores now and will be supported by Paper Route. Tickets go on sale Friday, Aug. 3, at 10:00 a.m. with a $20.00 in advance ticket price and a $25.00 day-of-show. Ad mat attached.
All Ages Doors: 7:00 p.m. Show: 8:00 p.m. $20.00 in advance / $25.00 Day-of-show Special guest: Paper Route
Blue October will be at The Depot on Wednesday, Oct. 31, for a 21+ show. On Sale: Friday, Jul. 27, at 10:00 AM! More details coming soon! Ticket and concert info: CLICK HERE!
Craft Lake City is in its fourth year, and will take place Saturday, August 11, 2012, from Noon-10PM at the Gallivan Center. Craft Lake City is FREE to the public and features over 200 local vendors and exhibitors showcasing and selling anything and everything DIY. From arts and crafts booths to performing artists, live music and introducing our newest section of the festival, the science and technology building. There literally is something for everyone!
Below are some links that will help your understand this year’s festival:
• Website (Home Page): CLICK HERE! • Press Releases: CLICK HERE! • Media Coverage: CLICK HERE! • Videos (Workshops, Artiest Profiles, & Other Great Clips): CLICK HERE! • Photo Galleries from Previous Festivals: CLICK HERE!
"The Case of the Missing Garlic"
As you may have heard on our last appearance on the "Radio From Hell" show, we have been victims of a garlic theft. First, they took one as you can see here. We had 5 total.
Then the bastard got brazen and came back for the rest of them! There are two things that really get me about this whole garlic heist...no actually three things. One: The clown didn't even take them when they were ready. Harvest was more than a month away. Two: Stealing from a community garden. That's just low. I mean, that's like taking from Goodwill. Lastly, and maybe even mostly, I know whoever took garlic was not a starving individual. You don't fill up on garlic. All I can hope is this person had a serious vampire problem going on and just felt like they had nowhere else to turn; even if it's the meth delusions causing the hallucinations. After reaching out to our fellow gardeners, we quickly realized that we were not the only plot to have things taken. Various other plots have had lettuce, broccoli, and basil taken. Our garden coordinator Britt Merrill was amazing during this time, making laminated signs for the garden gates describing a community garden space and that it's not appropriate to take from them at your own will. She also provided names and addresses of some nearby food banks. Though of course it's super lame to have things taken from a garden, we've been impressed with the communication and banning together of the garden members. The gardeners of Wasatch Community Garden's "People's Portable Garden" really do have a strong sense of community and that's really what these gardens are all about.
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