On Sunday, April 9, Garage on Beck will host Mr. Jesse Walker’s 13th Annual Bunny Hop, presented by SLUG Magazine. This beloved Easter Sunday celebration features an all-day buffet, prizes and award-winning local DJs playing vinyl records from 11 a.m. to sunset. Guests can also hunt for eggs, enjoy surprise guest artists and an Easter Bunny appearance!
Funds raised at the Bunny Hop will benefit Encircle, a local nonprofit that operates community resource centers for LGBTQ+ youth, young adults and their families. Encircle’s mission is to “bring families and the community together to enable our LGBTQ+ youth to thrive.”
The all-day hop attracts a cross-section of ages and identities with a tradition of community engagement. Attendees can release a healthy dose of spring fever while making a positive social impact.
“The Hop is special to me and so many others because there’s nothing quite like it in Utah. Beyond the top-notch music and setting, you rarely see this many beautiful humans from different scenes in one place cutting loose for a good cause. It’s always pure magic.” –Jesse Walker
More details about the Bunny Hop and New City Movement can be found at SLUGMag.com and NewCityMovement.com.
Date: Sunday, April 9, 2023
Location: Garage on Beck, 1199 Beck St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Event Hours: 11:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Food: Lunch/Dinner buffet opens at noon
Donation: $25 per person at the door (first come, first served)A portion of the proceeds go to the program, therapy and operations of Encircle homes operating in Utah. Learn more about the work being done by Encircle in Utah by visiting EncircleTogether.org.
About the Egg Hunt and prizes:
Hundreds of eggs stuffed with candy and prizes can be found throughout the day.
Wait, no tickets?
Because Garage on Beck did not reach capacity until late afternoon last year, this year’s event will not require tickets. This also allows the event to quicken entry as well as raise more money for Encircle. Come prepared with a little patience, some sunscreen, layers and a hat. Check the weather!Also, consider avoiding the mid-day rush (around 2-4 p.m.).