Music at Copper Common and East Liberty Tap House Join the Lounge at The Rose with Tolerance Poster Exhibition, Sundance Institute’s Creative Tensions on Tolerance Conversations and Cabaret Shows by SB Dance – Free Admittance and Open to the Public –

Visit Salt Lake is again helping locals and visitors alike get their Sundance Film Festival groove on in Utah’s capital city during the 10-day event, hosting the always-popular Festival Lounges at Copper Common and a new location, East Liberty Tap House in Sugar House, where local musicians are performing live nightly at 7 and 10 p.m. from Thursday, Jan. 24 through Sunday, Feb. 3. Full schedule follows.

A full lineup of art and dance at the Lounge at the Rose adds to film goers’ opportunities to become fully immersed in the Sundance Film Festival experience. The Rose Wagner on 300 South offers Tolerance Poster Art Installations; THE BLOCKS Truck, a pop-up screenprinting experience; Sundance Institute’s Creative Tensions on Tolerance conversations on Jan. 31 and Cabaret Shows by SB Dance including Drag Plus on Feb. 1 and Kinky Beasts on Feb. 2.

There is no entrance fee and it’s open to the public, but seating is limited. All Festival Lounges are ideal locations to discuss film, art, theater and cultural pursuits both pre- and post-screenings.

“With the growth in Salt Lake’s role in Sundance, we’ve felt it’s critical to continually enhance the Festival experience, be it before or after a film screening at one of the Lounges or simply relaxing and enjoying some excellent local music in a casual setting,” commented Scott Beck, president & CEO of Visit Salt Lake. “It’s been exciting to see the growth and success of Sundance here in Salt Lake, and I believe the urban experience offers something completely different, yet complementary, to that of the Park City scene.” 

Locals and visitors alike can stay up-to-the-minute on all the happenings of the Festival experience in Salt Lake via FacebookTwitter and Instagram, the posts for which are being produced and curated by longtime Festival pros Steven Labrum and Joy Haynes. Labrum and Haynes are covering Salt Lake’s Festival offerings, attending numerous film screenings and interviewing both artists and attendees to ensure followers get the authentic feel for all angles of the Festival. 

About Visit Salt Lake:

Visit Salt Lake is a private, non-profit corporation responsible for the promotion of Salt Lake as a vibrant, modern destination brimming with unexpected dining, lodging, nightlife and entertainment options, a destination well suited for convention and leisure travel alike. In partnership with Salt Lake County, Visit Salt Lake’s mission is to improve the area economy by attracting and providing support to conventions, leisure travelers and visitors while being a leader in environmental responsibility. For more information on all that Salt Lake has to offer, go to www.VisitSaltLake.com.

– www.VisitSaltLake.com –

Salt Lake Sundance Festival Lounges:

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, 138 West 300 South, SLC, UT 84101 / 385-468-1010

Performance Schedule 

Copper Common, 111 East Broadway (300 South) SLC, UT 84101 / 801-355-0543


Thur Jan 24 
7 p.m.                 John Louviere : Poetic, Lyrical, Melodic, Singer-Songwriter
10 p.m.               Desk Set : Bedroom Pop Folk

Fri Jan 25
7 p.m.                 Morgan Snow : Singer Songwriter Soulful Country & Americana
10 p.m.               Michelle Moonshine & John Davis : Harmony Heavy Classic Country 

Sat Jan 26
7 p.m.                 Dan Young & Co. : More roll than rock, Americana.
10 p.m.               M Horton Smith & Co : High desert proposition folk

Sun Jan 27
7 p.m.                 Andrew Shaw :  Indie Rock Solo Side Project 
10 p.m.               Mythic Valley : Neo-folk/spirit rock band with honest grit 

Mon Jan 28
7 p.m.                 Shane Osguthorpe : Gritty Story Telling Behind the Piano
10 p.m.               The Proper Way : Never the Same Thing Twice 

Tue Jan 29
7 p.m.                 John Davis : Moody Acoustic Honky Tonk
10 p.m.               Year of the Dog : Dreamy and jazzy Gypsy-Folk 

Wed Jan 30
7 p.m.                 Josaleigh Pollett : Intimate and heartfelt indie music. 
10 p.m.               Katia Racine : Singer Songwriter Folk Pop & Grass 

Thr Jan 31
7 p.m.                 J-Rad Cooley : Blues Jazz Rock & Roll & Soul
10 p.m.               Terrance Hansen : crossed neck acoustic guitar virtuoso’

Fri Feb 1
7 p.m.                 Andrew Wiscombe : Soul Stirring Americana Alternative Country Music
10 p.m.               Sycamore Slim : Nylon Delta Twist Blues

Sat Feb 2
7 p.m.                 Nathan Spenser : Community Spirituality Peace Love Music
10 p.m.               Vincent Draper & the Culls : Dreamy, Dynamic, Dystopian Dad Rock

Sun Feb 3
7 p.m.                 UTA TRAX :  Classic and Future House Music
10 p.m.               Marcus Bently : Day dreamer/Song singer

Performance Schedule 
East Liberty Tap House,  850 East 900 South, SLC, UT 84105 / 801-441-2845 

https://www.eastlibertytaphouse.com/


Thur Jan 24 
7 p.m.                 Jon Davis :  Moody Acoustic Honky Tonk
10 p.m.               Michelle Moonshine : Twangy Light Hearted Americana

Fri Jan 25
7 p.m.                 Andrew Wiscombe : Soul Stirring Americana Alternative Country Music
10 p.m.               Josaleigh Pollett : Intimate and heartfelt indie music. 

Sat Jan 26
7 p.m.                 Carrie Meyers : Soulful Voice with Penetrating Pluck
10 p.m.               Shane Osguthorpe : Gritty Story Telling Behind the Piano

Sun Jan 27
7 p.m.                 Nathan Spenser : Community Spirituality Peace Love Music 
10 p.m.               Terrance Hansen : crossed neck acoustic guitar virtuoso’ 

Mon Jan 28
7 p.m.                 Doug Wintch :  Folk N Roll
10 p.m.               Hot House West : Salt Lake City Gypsy Jazz 

Tue Jan 29
7 p.m.                 Rick Gerber : Originals Covers and All Requests
10 p.m.               J-Rad Cooley : Blues Jazz Rock & Roll & Soul

Wed Jan 30
7 p.m.                 John Louviere : Poetic, Lyrical, Melodic, Singer-Songwriter
10 p.m.               Sycamore Slim : Nylon Delta Twist Blues

Thr Jan 31
7 p.m.                 Morgan Snow : Singer Songwriter Soulful Country & Americana
10 p.m.               Katia Racine : Singer Songwriter Folk Pop & Grass 

Fri Feb 1
7 p.m.                 Aaron Jones : Music for hopeful procrastinators
10 p.m.               Abel Nelson : My mom thinks I’m great!

Sat Feb 2
7 p.m.                 Backyard Revival : Americana-Folk with duet -style vocals 
10 p.m.               Appliance Repair : Guitar & Uke Family Band Backyard Revival 

Sun Feb 3
7 p.m.                 Desk Set : Bedroom Pop Folk
10 p.m.               Andrew Shaw :  Indie Rock Solo Side Project 

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