FRIDAY, OCT 6

 

show:
all
DOCUMENTARY
NARRATIVE
FEATURE
SHORT
STUDENT
ANIMATION
EXPERIMENTAL
PERFORMANCE
MUSIC
PANEL
q&a's
local
clean
4 pm
5 pm
6 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9 pm
10 pm
11 pm
4 pm
5 pm
6 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9 pm
10 pm
11 pm
28 W Center St
Lyric Theatre
Lyric Theatre
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Dying in Vein +post discussion
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
play trailer above
Friday, October 6th
7:00 pm
Lyric Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, FEATURE
local
language

Dying in Vein is a deeply personal exploration of opiate and heroin addiction that drops you directly into the lives of a 22-year-old recovery, a young couple trying to get clean, a family grieving the loss of their son and an ER Physician trying to save one patient at a time.

Directed by Jenny Mackenzie

Screening will be followed by a post discussion

NARRATIVE FEATURE
LUTAH A Passion for Architecture
9:00 pm - 10:15 pm
play trailer above
Friday, October 6th
9:00 pm
Lyric Theatre
NARRATIVE, FEATURE
local
clean

LUTAH explores the life of a little known architect who left a big legacy. She designed iconic buildings such as the Lobero Theater, Vedanta Temple, and the Botanic Garden and was integral to rebuilding a damaged Santa Barbara after the 1925 earthquake. Lutah designed exquisite homes in many styles for some of Santa Barbara's greatest philanthropists and spent hundreds of volunteer hours laying the foundation for the Santa Barbara Landmarks Commission. She did all of this as an independent woman at the turn of the 20th century. This is the untold story of Lutah Maria Riggs.

Directed by Kum-Kum Bhavnani, Melinda Gandara

18 W Center Street
Utah Theatre
Utah Theatre
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Called to Walls +Q&A
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
play trailer above
Friday, October 6th
5:30 pm
Utah Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, FEATURE
clean

Out of view of the high art world and the hip gallery scene comes this heartening story of unlikely partners in Middle American communities working together to reexamine their histories, celebrate what makes their towns unique, and imagine their futures in the form of monumental community murals. Called to Walls is a thoughtful and uplifting film that not only leaves viewers reassessing their notions of art, but also with an itch to go out and do it themselves.

Directed by Nicholas Ward, Amber Hansen

Screening will be followed by an audience Q&A

NARRATIVE FEATURE
Welcome to the Rubber Room
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
play trailer above
Friday, October 6th
7:30 pm
Utah Theatre
NARRATIVE, FEATURE
local
 

The Rubber Room is a hangout for malcontents, the last bastion of sanity in a world run by filthy rich screw bums who are out to ruin everything. Rising from the rubble is rebel writer Alexis Thrill and his new manifesto…”What good is art if it doesn’t start a riot!”

Directed by Trent Harris

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Man in the Camo Jacket +Q&A
9:30 pm - 11:00 pm
play trailer above
Friday, October 6th
9:30 pm
Utah Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, FEATURE
local
Language

The story of iconic Welsh rock musician Mike Peters (of The Alarm), his rise to fame, battle with cancer, and inspiring climb back as he enlists some of the world's top musicians to help save the lives of cancer patients around the globe. Ultimately though, the life he saves may be his own.

Directed by Russ Kendall

Screening will be followed by an audience Q&A

58 S 100 W
Dansante Theatre
Dansante Theatre
Sticks, Honeymoon, Transmission, Fed, Alchemy
Narrative Shorts +Q&A
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sticks, Honeymoon, Transmission, Fed, Alchemy
play trailer above
Friday, October 6th
6:00 pm
Dansante Theatre
NARRATIVE, SHORT
local
language, violence, intensity

Sticks: Four college students reunite on a summer night at a house in the woods. As they tell scary stories around the campfire, the line between imagination and reality blurs, and they get the feeling they may not be alone on the property.
Directed by Mark J. Parker
Vimeo Trailer

Honeymoon: A man and a woman meet in a bar for the first time.
Directed by Anaëlle Morf
Twitter Page for Artist

Transmission: In the future nightmare state of Britannia, a political prisoner finds himself violently oscillating between death and delirium, whilst precariously tethered to a noose by his tormentor and only friend, Dr. Sam.
Directed by Tom Hancock & Varun Raman
Film Trailer

Fed
The clock winds down as Jack and Davy sip on coffee and reminisce about better days. Jack must come to terms with the future while Davy’s past continues to torment him.
Directed by Joseph Quillen

Alchemy: An epic transformation manifests from a seemingly routine interviewů A failed everyman begins to work through pages and pages of questions. As time starts to elongate, he finds himself tormented and isolated. He battles the unknown ultimately transcending into a heightened reality, discovering a new life existing between multiple worlds, both familiar and otherworldly.
The clock winds down as Jack and Davy sip on coffee and reminisce about better days. Jack must come to terms with the future while Davy’s past continues to torment him.
Directed by Brandon Polanco
Film Trailer


Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

performance
The Antics comedy improv
8:15 pm - 10:00 pm
performance
Friday, October 6th
8:15 pm
Dansante Theatre
ART & PERFORMANCE
STUDENT, LOCAL
clean

The Antics:
"We love to perform for those who love to laugh. Our show amazes all as quick scene work bring audience suggestions to life for hilarious hi-jinx. There is as many different shows as there are people."

Doors open at 8:15 and show starts at 8:30

30 W Center St
Experiment Room
Experiment Room
Transmission, TAG, Alchemy, Drop Out Bodies, 140 Characters, Stretch, There's More Than One Way to Skin a Man, This is Bob, Forty Miles to Macon, Try a Little Tenderness, Linda, Muscle Memory, Light Sight, free will & fate
Experimental Films & Music Videos
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Transmission, TAG, Alchemy, Drop Out Bodies, 140 Characters, Stretch, There's More Than One Way to Skin a Man, This is Bob, Forty Miles to Macon, Try a Little Tenderness, Linda, Muscle Memory, Light Sight, free will & fate
Friday, October 6th
6:00 pm
Lyric Theatre side room
EXPERIMENTAL LOOP, ART & PERFORMANCE, NARRATIVE, SHORT, ANIMATION
LOCAL
Language, Violence, Disturbing Content

Transmission: In the future nightmare state of Britannia, a political prisoner finds himself violently oscillating between death and delirium, whilst precariously tethered to a noose by his tormentor and only friend, Dr. Sam.
Directed by Tom Hancock & Varun Raman
Film Trailer

TAG: A young graffiti artist navigates the mean streets of Boyle Heights drawing the attention of some homies who don’t take kindly to strangers in their neighborhood.
Directed by Patrick Green, Steve Tirona
Film Trailer

Alchemy: An epic transformation manifests from a seemingly routine interviewů A failed everyman begins to work through pages and pages of questions. As time starts to elongate, he finds himself tormented and isolated. He battles the unknown ultimately transcending into a heightened reality, discovering a new life existing between multiple worlds, both familiar and otherworldly.
The clock winds down as Jack and Davy sip on coffee and reminisce about better days. Jack must come to terms with the future while Davy’s past continues to torment him.
Directed by Brandon Polanco
Film Trailer

Drop Out Bodies: A monotonous silence envelops a group of men and women who are each standing still in front of their houses in a residential area. As the camera moves among them, they fall, one by one, in a random pattern. Their collapses are clearly irrevocable. The movement of the performers from immobility to choreographed descents is a contemporary reinterpretation of the macabre dance of the Middle Ages. The film questions the fatality of the human body and our individual and collective responsibilities in our complex time.
Directed by Ludivine Large-Bessette
Artist Site

140 Characters: Our thesis is that the world we’re living in is not the one we were promised. Why did we get Twitter instead of intelligent media that enhances society? Why are we developing silly apps instead of hardware? All enabled by our so-called “smart phones” which trap us like the prisoners in Plato’s cave – detached from reality and unaware.
Directed by Dean Winkler
Artist Site

Stretch: Stretch depicts a machine that is based on the design of surgical robots but further refined specifically to stretch things. The machine does not care what it is stretching as long as its purpose is fulfilled… it stretches.
Directed by Stephan Larson
Film Trailer

There's More Than One Way to Skin a Man: Up is down, and inside turns out: Who are these men that embody and fuel our collective existential upheaval? Are they heroes, anti-heroes, villains? Or something else altogether? This award-winning experimental work, created by intermixing original cinematography and archival film along with contemporary found footage, draws viewers into these questions.
Directed by Emma Penaz Eisner
Film Site

This is Bob
Directed by Houston Guy

Forty Miles to Macon: Music Video
Directed and edited by Daniel Espeut Artist: Tyler Goforth

Try a Little Tenderness: Music Video
Directed by Roy Wol Artist: Alice Tan Ridley

Linda: Music Video
Directed by Leondro Corinto Artist: Insanos
Director IMDB Page

Muscle Memory: A short film about family, memory and cutlery.
Directed by Flo Miles
IMBD Page

Light Sight: M.E., the imprisoned character in a room is attracted to a hanging light and tries to catch it. But the room itself becomes an obstacle on his way.
Directed by Seyed M. Tabatabaei
Facebook

“free will & fate:Free Will & Fate is an exploration of collaboration. Beginning with one small idea and letting it grow and take it's own shape through several art mediums at once, we discovered the growth of a new idea- the idea of art giving new life. Although we had a plan and a direction, the final product couldn't be governed or controlled, the art itself had its own free will and fate. This piece also speaks to the idea that when we bring our varying gifts together and contribute, our abilities are expanded.
Directed by Mason Johnson
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various locations
art & performance
art & performance
hosted in local businesses
Cache Arts Gallery Walk
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
hosted in local businesses
Friday, October 6th
6:00 pm
Local Businesses
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

Cache Valley Center for the Arts: Join us for a stroll around Logan’s Historic Downtown. Each Gallery Walk features fantastic art from budding young talent to world class artists. The store fronts and historic buildings of Logan’s downtown make one large art gallery for the many fascinating art pieces that are displayed.

hosted in local businesses
Cache Arts Gallery Walk
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
hosted in local businesses
Friday, October 6th
6:00 pm
Local Businesses
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

Cache Valley Center for the Arts: Join us for a stroll around Logan’s Historic Downtown. Each Gallery Walk features fantastic art from budding young talent to world class artists. The store fronts and historic buildings of Logan’s downtown make one large art gallery for the many fascinating art pieces that are displayed.

with Chad Davis and Dana Wylie, at the Movement Mortgage building
The Sound Bath Experience
Friday, October 6th
7:00 pm
Movement Mortgage
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

performance
The Gondola Audio-Visual Experience
8:30 pm - 10:15 pm
performance
Friday, October 6th
8:30 pm
Northern Title Alleyway
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

black light live art
Mateo Reuda
8:45 pm - 10:30 pm
black light live art
Friday, October 6th
8:45 pm
Local Businesses
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

Mateo Rueda was born and raised in Bogotá Colombia. Currently he is living in Logan, Utah with his wife and dog. Mateo comes from a diverse background and that influence can be see all throughout his work. Right now he is teaching art at a local elementary school, painting murals, starting work on new mediums (such as oils and pastels) and creating unique tattoo designs.

46 W Center St
The Block Stage
The Block Stage
MUSIC ALT ROCK
Fairpark Twins
Friday, October 6th
4:00 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC
LOCAL
clean

Fairpark Twins is an alternative rock project that currently consists of Nick Welch on guitar and vocals and Josh Mikesell on Drums and crowd banter.

MUSIC BLUES JAM
The Wednesday People
Friday, October 6th
6:00 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC
LOCAL
clean

The Wednesday People formed when 4 friends from Ogden, UT came together just for the love of music. All members had been in bands previously, but found a common path to travel through making music that represented the mountains they are from. From a fusion of the great jam bands to old school blues and rock and roll, they are quickly making their voices heard throughout the Rocky Mountains.
The Wednesday People are known for putting on a show that revives the energy of the great jam bands of the sixties and seventies. With complex solos and tempo changes The Wednesday People never fail to put on a great show.

MUSIC, ELECTRONIC
Telepathiq
Friday, October 6th
7:00 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, ELECTRONIC
LOCAL
clean

TelePathiQ is a 3 piece, electronic ensemble complete with dance beats, wide open synths, delicate piano, and catchy harmonies. Kurt Aslett lays down killer beats while triggering a pleathora of samples and sequences. Meghan Bowen gives the vocals life by accompanying the lead with her perfect harmonies and angelic tone. Darrick Riggs brings the warmth with the piano, but empowers the songs with his solid vocal tone. The crowd will move, guaranteed.

MUSIC, POP
Ivouries
Friday, October 6th
8:00 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, POP
LOCAL
clean

Ivouries is a genre bending pop band based out of Los Angeles. Moody sound scapes, longing melodies, and massive textures (bass) provide the backdrop to the indie pop group's infectious sound.

MUSIC, POP
Strange Familia
9:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Friday, October 6th
9:00 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, POP
LOCAL
clean

Strange Familia was started by Brecken Jones and Garret Williams. Established November 2014 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the band is Influenced by the life and art of the 20th and 21st century. Reminiscent of artists like Nick Murphy (Chet Faker) and Jack Garrat, their first single "Odes" became a viral hit, entering the Viral Top 50 Song charts on both Billboard and Spotify. Their eleven song debut studio album was written, produced, and recorded themselves, and mixed by Scott Wiley (Neon Trees, The Moth & The Flame, Fictionist).
Billboard Magazine: Viral Top 50 songs in America #37
Spotify: Viral Top 50 songs in America #29
American Songwriter Magazine: "Daily Discovery"

119 S Main St
The Cache
The Cache
MUSIC, ROCK
Big Sis
Friday, October 6th
6:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC
LOCAL
 

MUSIC, EXPERIMENTAL
PINE
Friday, October 6th
7:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC, EXPERIMENTAL
LOCAL
 

PINE emerged on the local music scene in late 2014. Hailing from the mountains of northern Utah, they strive to bring together groove rock with atmospheric melodies and progressive rhythms. Bringing together a multitude of influences, they are able to have something all their own. Their music brings a unique energy full of emotion and their live shows can be hypnotizing. An instrumentalist guided tour through the human psyche. The sound has this psychedelic feel to it that adds diversity to the local music scene. Dedication to the craft shows through stage presence, and it's amazing to see how well the band connects with the audience through the music.

MUSIC, POP
Deelanz
Friday, October 6th
8:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC, POP
LOCAL
 

MUSIC, INDIE LYRICAL
First Daze
Friday, October 6th
9:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC, INDIE, LYRICAL
LOCAL
 

119 S Main St
Factory
Factory
MUSIC, PUNK ROCK
Open Door Policy
Friday, October 6th
7:00 pm
MUSIC
LOCAL
clean

We're Open Door Policy, a four-member band out of Logan, Utah. Blending the genres of punk, rock, alternative, and indie we seek to create music that inspires people to be better to themselves and those around them – while encouraging everyone to be thoughtful and keep an open mind.

MUSIC, PUNK ROCK
My New Mistress
Friday, October 6th
8:00 pm
MUSIC
LOCAL
clean

A high energy, full of love, and rock'n'roll show that will shake your bones and beg for more.

MUSIC, AMERICANA
Treebeard Trio
Friday, October 6th
9:00 pm
MUSIC, AMERICANA
LOCAL
clean

The Treebeard Trio is a funk/fusion group from Logan, UT. Three brothers make up the group, Kelin Gibbons on guitar, Karl Gibbons on bass, and Kory Gibbons on drums. The group draws on jazz and latin standards, modern jazz artists, and their own compositions to bring a funky set that will keep everyone grooving!

with Harry Caines
Quizzo
Friday, October 6th
10:00 pm
Factory
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL

37 W Center St
Waffle Iron
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, ALT ROCK
A Dead Desire
Friday, October 6th
5:00 pm
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, ACOUSTIC
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Addy Naylor
Friday, October 6th
6:00 pm
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, GUITAR
Quinton Cannon
Friday, October 6th
7:00 pm
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, GUITAR
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Rorry Forbush
 
Friday, October 6th
8:00 pm
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

25 W Center St
Crepery
Crepery
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Melody Harper
 
Friday, October 6th
5:00 pm
Crepery
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, WORLD
Wade Evans
 
Friday, October 6th
6:00 pm
Crepery
MUSIC, WORLD
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, SAMMY BRUE
Sammy Brue
 
Friday, October 6th
8:00 pm
Crepery
MUSIC, SAMMY BRUE
LOCAL
clean

 
 
 
 
 
 

SATURDAY, OCT 7

 

show:
all
DOCUMENTARY
NARRATIVE
FEATURE
SHORT
STUDENT
ANIMATION
EXPERIMENTAL
PERFORMANCE
MUSIC
PANEL
q&a's
local
clean
10 am
11 am
12 pm
1 pm
2 pm
3 pm
4 pm
5 pm
6 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9 pm
10 pm
11 pm
12 am
10 am
11 am
12 pm
1 pm
2 pm
3 pm
4 pm
5 pm
6 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9 pm
10 pm
11 pm
12 am
28 W Center St
Lyric Theatre
Lyric Theatre
Light Sight, Muscle Memory, Christmas Break
Animations
Saturday, October 7th
11:30 am
Lyric Theatre
ANIMATION, SHORT
clean

Light Sight: M.E., the imprisoned character in a room is attracted to a hanging light and tries to catch it. But the room itself becomes an obstacle on his way.
Directed by Seyed M. Tabatabaei
Facebook

Muscle Memory: A short film about family, memory and cutlery.
Directed by Flo Miles
IMBD Page

Christmas Break: Two neighbors spend Christmas Break together.
Vimeo Trailer

Freezer Burn, Interrogation, I Can Show You
Utah Student Films +Q&A
Saturday, October 7th
12:30 pm
Lyric Theatre
NARRATIVE, SHORT
student, local
clean

Freezer Burn: When Dad's prized pet poodle passes away, it's up to ten year old Dillon to hold together the hodgepodge of personalities he calls family.
Directed by Keenan Panti
IMDB Page

Interrogation: Bill must find out why he is about to be interrogated, who better to ask than himself.
Directed by Keith Shepro
IMDB Page

I Can Show You
Directed by Tammy Mabey
Award of Recognition for "Impacting the World One Film at a Time"

Screening will be followed by an audience Q&A

NARRATIVE FEATURE
I Can I Will I Did +Q&A
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
NARRATIVE FEATURE
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
2:00 pm
Lyric Theatre
NARRATIVE, FEATURE
language

When bullied to the brink of despair, depressed foster youth Ben gets hit by a car, robbing him of his ability to walk. Stuck in the hospital, the teenager gives up on life, until he meets Adrienne, a wheelchair user and fellow patient who breathes hope into his life and introduces to him her grandfather, Taekwondo Grand Master Kang. Kang not only teaches Ben how to walk again, but also how to take charge of his own life.

Directed by Nadine Truong
Written by Nadine Truong
Produced by Artisha Mann, Brian Yang, Jay Shaw, Ik Jo Kang

Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

NARRATIVE FEATURE
Magellan +Q&A
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
NARRATIVE FEATURE
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
4:30 pm
Lyric Theatre
NARRATIVE, FEATURE
local
Language in subtitles

When NASA picks up three signals of extraterrestrial origin coming from within our own solar system, the space agency expedites a mission to investigate the sources, choosing as Earth's lone emissary Commander Roger Nelson (Brandon Ray Olive, Mosaic, Logan Lucky) the test pilot for an experimental spacecraft called the Magellan. Assisted by an onboard A.I. named Ferdinand (Matthew Mercer, Critical Role, Attack On Titan), Nelson journeys to find the alien beacons, but with each discovery he's increasingly torn between his duty as a military astronaut and his own awakening sense of wonder.

Directed by Rob York

Screening will be followed by an audience Q&A

NARRATIVE FEATURE
AMPED +q&a
7:00 pm - 8:15 pm
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
7:00 pm
Lyric Theatre
NARRATIVE, FEATURE
local
language, violence

All Mr. Lethal wants is his last damn check. Unfortunately fighting poverty is never that simple. He'll have to face a whole slew of assassins, thugs, bums, etc. if he wants to survive this day. Come check out the premiere of the pilot episode of AMPED!!

Directed by Trevor Leatham

Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

NARRATIVE, FEATURE
Superpowerless +Q&A
9:00 pm - 10:30 pm
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
9:00 pm
Lyric Theatre
NARRATIVE FEATURE
local
language

Captain Truth used to be a crime-fighting superhero... now he's just normal.

Directed by Duane Andersen
Written by Duane Andersen & Dominic Mah
Produced by Yukie Hashimoto

Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

18 W Center Street
Utah Theatre
Utah Theatre
with Kiera Saltern
Bliss Yoga & Energy Pulling with Kiera Saltern
Saturday, October 7th
10:00 am
Utah Theatre
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

High School Student Films
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Saturday, October 7th
11:30 am
Utah Theatre
NARRATIVE, SHORT
student, local
clean

Order and List of Student Filmmakers

Impending: A students delusions become reality.
Directors - Blake Hunter, Justin Sanders

Lost: A story about friendship and the things you go through for the ones you love.
Director - Trinity Herzog

In Fantasia: An abstract journey through time and shapes.
Director - Brallan Rojas

Wavvy: A short mockumentary about a young inspiring rapper, Yung Wavvy.
Director - Blake Hunter

The Case of the Betrayed Brother: James Daniels attempts to cover up the biggest mistake of his life. Based on a true story.
Director - Shawn Greene

Learning the Litterature Way: A throwback to 80’s instructional videos, Learning the Litterature Way is an exercise in dry humor and turtleneck sweaters.
Directors – Noel Baer and Nate Seibers

Seeing Eye Guy
Director – Katie Phillips

The Other Side: The Other Side is a short film, showing the two sides of a relationship; the side that everyone sees, and the violent side. I wanted to create a film that showed domestic violence in a very real way. Relationships are not always as they seem; as portrayed in this film. Abusive relationships can arise at any age and in any circumstance.
Director – Carly Caudle

Detached: “Detached” centers around a girl who is seemingly unhappy. It starts with her character in an urban/technology setting. After the audience views a montage of her apparent feelings towards life, a friend confronts her about her depression. In this moment of realization, she decides to drive away from the thing that might be contributing to her despondency. At the end we see the protagonist at peace with herself and the world around her.
Director – Hanna Brooks, Rachel Amberson, and Anneka Hero Strong

Out With a Bang: A man working a dead end job has a mid-life crisis just as the world is about to end from a nuclear holocaust.
Swap: Two dudes, who look exactly alike, stumble across each other on MySpace. They decide to try out living in each others’ lives, but things seem to go a little too well.
Director – Hayden Snyder

Spoon Fed: Several business men have an unusual meeting involving data reports, proposed new slogans, and pudding.
Director – Austin Snyder

The Vengeful Chop: the Story of Revenge: A story of love. After the murder of our nameless hero’s wife he receives magical gloves from a mysterious sage in plaid. As he discovers his new abilities he begins to forget the man he once was. Now consumed with revenge, he hunts down the scientist who loves chains.
Director – Theo Bates

Jonah: We’re no strangers to love… and neither are the space men from the planet Baltazar! Join our friend Jonah on his journey with the space men as he finds himself and nurtures his mind. Jonah is an inspiring story of a young man overcoming his poor mental health with the help of space men. But are the space men really what they seem to be? Are they really capable of turning Jonah’s life around? When all else fails, love will never give you up, and will never let you down.
Director – Zane Cordova

ZINGO: Remember that show Three’s Company? This is nothing like that show.
Director – Zane Cordova

9 Lives: Two teenagers have fun with a BB gun and end up killing their mother’s cat. Things go even worse when they try replacing the cat.
Director – Haley Peterson

Fearful Symmetry: “Fearful Symmetry” is an interpretive film exploring the strength of nature in the context of art. The words of William Blake’s poem “The Tyger” remind us that the duality of nature, symbolized by the powerful image of a great and rare beast, cannot be replicated in full glory by humankind in thought, word, or deed. Filmmakers Emma Hallock and Taylor Jacobsen explore the incapabilities of humanity.
Director – Taylor Jacobsen and Emma Hallock

The Kab: A disenfranchised young man finds himself in a dead job. But he FINDS HIMSELF after the loss of a loved one.
Director – Dallin McKay and Aaron Johnson

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Detroit Under STRESS
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
2:00 pm
Utah Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, FEATURE
language, violence

In 1971, the Detroit Police Department begins operating one of the most controversial decoy police units ever created, after one year of operating, Detroit becomes the city with the highest police-civilian fatal shootings as well as the city with the highest police officer deaths. Detroit Under S.T.R.E.S.S. is a documentary about the short-lived, highly controversial crime prevention and police decoy program from the early 1970s called "S.T.R.E.S.S.," i.e., "Stop The Robberies, Enjoy Safe Streets."

Directed by David Van Wie

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
NOT FOR RENT!
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
4:00 pm
Utah Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, FEATURE
language

The documentary film, NOT FOR RENT! takes a look at the challenges ex-felons face everyday as they attempt to find appropriate housing and to reintegrate back into society. It addresses communities "not in our town" mentality while educating the lay person on American's recidivism crisis and the prison revolving door. Directed by Matt Duhamel, an ex-inmate himself, the film will open eyes to the millions of men and women who combat housing restrictions while attempting to move on from a past that the community does not want them to forget. The feature length film begs the question, "Who deserves a second chance?"

Directed/Written by Matt Duhamel

Side by Side, 10 Years Later, The Disintegration Machine, Somos tus Vecinos
Utah Narrative & Documentary Shorts +Q&A
Saturday, October 7th
5:30 pm
Utah Theatre
NARRATIVE, DOCUMENTARY, SHORT
local
clean

Side by Side: The real time, split screen comparison of two lives leading up to the moment where they meet for the first time.
Directed by Skyler Redbeard
Film Website

10 Years Later: After not seeing his friends since high school, Tyson finds out he's the loser of the group.
Directed by Tyson Hadfield
IMDB Page

The Disintegration Machine: December 1960, the height of the Cold War. Reporter Ed Malone and government scientist Professor Challenger must investigate a machine which its inventor claims can disintegrate anything and put it back together again. Could this machine save the world from war, or will it destroy it instead? We've gathered a team of amazing actors and filmmakers to produce a short film based on Arthur Conan Doyle's forgotten short story, "The Disintegration Machine".
Directed by Peter C. Davidson
Facebook and Trailer

Somos tus Vecinos: Logan, We Are Your Neighbors! is a documentary about the experiences and realities of Cache Valley’s Latino community. Through their voices, we get a first-hand perspective of what life has been for them living here. We’ll hear from newly arrived immigrants to native-born Logan residents, spanning generations who share similar struggles for a better life in the United States.
Directed by Crescencio Lopez
Film Trailer


Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

Under the Arctic Sky, Lifted: A Ski Film for the Rest of Us, Lumiére
Outdoor Documentaries +Q&A
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday, October 7th
7:00 pm
Utah Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, SHORT
brief, non-sensual nudity (archive film footage)

Under the Arctic Sky: With three hours of light each day, brutal winter storms and freezing temperatures, Iceland is far from the ideal surf trip. However, this didn’t stop photographer Chris Burkard and filmmaker Ben Weiland from rounding up a crew of surfers to seek out unknown waves in the islands remote north… all during the worst storm to hit Iceland’s shores in 25 years.
Directed by Chris Bukard
Film Website and Trailer

Lifted: A Ski Film for the Rest of Us: Celebrating the love we all have for our hometown hill and the sport.
Directed by Oly Mingo
Facebook and Film Trailer

Lumiére: From Hawaii to Tahiti, Lumiére takes us behind the lens of North Shore photographer Amber Mozo, to find what the ocean gives to her inspite of what it took away. Lumiére is an emotional distillation of the story of Amber Mozo, daughter of iconic North Shore photographer Jon Mozo, who passed away from head injuries sustained photographing Pipeline when Amber was just 9 years old.
Directed by Tay Steele
Film Trailer


"Under the Artic Sky" brought to The Block by: Altra Running Shoes

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
New York Doll
9:00 pm - 10:30 pm
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
9:00 pm
Utah Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, FEATURE
local
drug references

A recovering alcoholic and recently converted Mormon, Arthur "Killer" Kane, of the rock band The New York Dolls, is given a chance at reuniting with his band after 30 years.

Directed by Greg Whiteley

58 S 100 W
Dansante Theatre
Dansante Theatre
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
The Cost of Being Different +Q&A
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
12:00 pm
Dansante Theatre
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
local
strong language

The Cost of Being Different chronicles 52-year-old commercial artist Steve Jerman's life from spring of 2014 to summer of 2016. It begins with an impromptu relocation from his home-town of Salt Lake City, Utah to Denver, Colorado but quickly ends up in Cache Valley, Utah. There we follow the solitary life of the down-on-his-luck designer and his dog Ruess, E. though his beer-fueled diary videos mixed with interviews of long time Logan residents. Centering on issues of quality of life, it also explores this region's, beauty, purity, history and myths. It is equal parts educational, philosophical, artistic and humorous, and features an eclectic soundtrack.

Directed by Steve Jerman

Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

Road to A.I., Marieke, Operation Tonga Relief
Documentary Shorts +Q&A
Saturday, October 7th
2:00 pm
Dansante Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, SHORT
local
clean

Road to A.I.: How do you teach a car to drive? For many self-driving car makers and artificial intelligence researchers, the answer starts with data and sharing. ROAD TO A.I. looks at the current state of the emerging autonomous vehicle industry: how it is shaping the future of public transportation, why it is the best use case for advancing artificial intelligence, and where open source can best fill the gap between the present moment and the future of autonomy.
Directed by Brett Abramsky
Film Site

Marieke: Marieke explores the life and craft of Marieke Penterman, a woman born and raised in the Netherlands who now makes award-winning Dutch Gouda cheese at her state-of-the-art facility in Thorp, Wisconsin.
Directed by Thomas C. Johnson
Facebook

Operation Tonga Relief: This Documentary follows the Operation Give team as they travel to the Tongan island of Hapai to deliver humanitarian to those struck by hurricane Ian.
Directed by Robert Ratliff
Lightning Frog Productions Facebook


Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

Insanity, Ironhead, Families Can Be Together Forever
Documentary Shorts +Q&A
Saturday, October 7th
3:30 pm
Dansante Theatre
DOCUMENTARY, SHORT
local
language

Insanity: Native American Paul Antonio’s dreams are dashed at a young age. Decades later, after addictions, deaths, and long imprisonment he reclaims his hope for himself and his people.
Directed by Lindsay Daniels
Film Site

Ironhead: Ironhead (2015) documents the creative work of ironmonger Kelly Ludeking and the happenings at his Down on the Farm Iron Pour, a yearly communal gathering of local and national artists collaborating to make cast iron art at the Ludeking family farm in Decorah, Iowa.
Directed by Thomas C. Johnson
Facebook

Families Can Be Together Forever: This film follows the filmmaker’s journey out of the Mormon church—a journey unexpectedly aligned with her first pregnancy. The film depicts her pregnancy from start to finish while exploring the emotional and spiritual weight of leaving Mormonism, its effect on the mother she hopes to become, and its effect on the mother who raised her. Using 8mm archival footage, video from Mormon sermons, and cinema verite shots throughout her pregnancy, this film speaks to the universal experience of choosing your own way and what that does to those who raised you.
Directed by Colleen Kelly Poplin
Film Trailer


Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

Hard Sell, Maximilian the Great, Officially Limited, Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir
Student Films +Q&A
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Saturday, October 7th
5:00 pm
Dansante Theatre
NARRATIVE, SHORT
student
language, violence

Hard Sell: Things are about to get strange for Spencer.
Directed by Luke Slendebroek
Film Trailer

Maximilian the Great: A stage magician with a silver tongue sets up his most elaborate trick with his 'supernatural' powers.
Directed by Sebastián R. Melchor
IMDB Page

Officially Limited: A documentary about screen print movie posters and pop culture art prints. Officially Licensed + Limited Edition = Officially Limited the movie.
Directed by John Otterbacher
Film Site

Chateau Sauvignon: Terroir: "Chateau Sauvignon: terroir" follows Nicolas, the isolated adolescent son of a ruined vintner family, who finds himself torn between obeying his boorish father and saving his ailing mother. When a doting woman and her indifferent son arrive for a wine tasting, Nicolas sees an opportunity to help his mother and prove his worth to his father. However, his wayward plan quickly takes a turn for the worse, putting his family’s secretive murderous ways in peril of being unearthed.
Directed by David E. Munz-Maire
Film Trailer


Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

Elegy, 30 Minutes with Laura, Post, Forgive Me Father
Narrative Shorts +Q&A
Saturday, October 7th
7:00 pm
Dansante Theatre
NARRATIVE, SHORT
student
language, violence

Elegy: Emma is stuck in the weird lull between high school and college; saddened at the death of what she knows and loves, and pessimistic about the future. It's in the mists of this when she discovers her best friend Autumn isn't leaving in three months- she's leaving in the morning.
Directed by Solstice Harris
Film Trailer

30 Minutes with Laura: "Laura is a woman with a complicated life but a man is now on her life..."
Directed by Juanjo Haro
Film Trailer

Post
Mailuki Films Facebook

Forgive Me Father: Mathieu and Elise are ex-lovers that are forced to reunite at a family breakfast where a war of words and revelations threaten an otherwise peaceful household.
Directed by Mark Datuin
Film Trailer

Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

STUDENT DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
Resilience +Q&A
8:30 pm - 10:00 pm
play trailer above
Saturday, October 7th
8:30 pm
Dansante Theatre
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
student
language
 

Resilience
Directed by Danielle Green

Screenings will be followed by an audience Q&A

30 W Center St
Experiment Room
Experiment Room
Transmission, TAG, Alchemy, Drop Out Bodies, 140 Characters, Stretch, There's More Than One Way to Skin a Man, This is Bob, Forty Miles to Macon, Try a Little Tenderness, Linda, Muscle Memory, Light Sight, free will & fate
Experimental Films & Music Videos
11:00 am - 11:00 pm
Transmission, TAG, Alchemy, Drop Out Bodies, 140 Characters, Stretch, There's More Than One Way to Skin a Man, This is Bob, Forty Miles to Macon, Try a Little Tenderness, Linda, Muscle Memory, Light Sight, free will & fate
Saturday, October 7th
11:00 am
Lyric Theatre side room
EXPERIMENTAL LOOP, ART & PERFORMANCE, NARRATIVE, SHORT, ANIMATION
LOCAL
Language, Violence, Disturbing Content

Transmission: In the future nightmare state of Britannia, a political prisoner finds himself violently oscillating between death and delirium, whilst precariously tethered to a noose by his tormentor and only friend, Dr. Sam.
Directed by Tom Hancock & Varun Raman
Film Trailer

TAG: A young graffiti artist navigates the mean streets of Boyle Heights drawing the attention of some homies who don’t take kindly to strangers in their neighborhood.
Directed by Patrick Green, Steve Tirona
Film Trailer

Alchemy: An epic transformation manifests from a seemingly routine interviewů A failed everyman begins to work through pages and pages of questions. As time starts to elongate, he finds himself tormented and isolated. He battles the unknown ultimately transcending into a heightened reality, discovering a new life existing between multiple worlds, both familiar and otherworldly.
The clock winds down as Jack and Davy sip on coffee and reminisce about better days. Jack must come to terms with the future while Davy’s past continues to torment him.
Directed by Brandon Polanco
Film Trailer

Drop Out Bodies: A monotonous silence envelops a group of men and women who are each standing still in front of their houses in a residential area. As the camera moves among them, they fall, one by one, in a random pattern. Their collapses are clearly irrevocable. The movement of the performers from immobility to choreographed descents is a contemporary reinterpretation of the macabre dance of the Middle Ages. The film questions the fatality of the human body and our individual and collective responsibilities in our complex time.
Directed by Ludivine Large-Bessette
Artist Site

140 Characters: Our thesis is that the world we’re living in is not the one we were promised. Why did we get Twitter instead of intelligent media that enhances society? Why are we developing silly apps instead of hardware? All enabled by our so-called “smart phones” which trap us like the prisoners in Plato’s cave – detached from reality and unaware.
Directed by Dean Winkler
Artist Site

Stretch: Stretch depicts a machine that is based on the design of surgical robots but further refined specifically to stretch things. The machine does not care what it is stretching as long as its purpose is fulfilled… it stretches.
Directed by Stephan Larson
Film Trailer

There's More Than One Way to Skin a Man: Up is down, and inside turns out: Who are these men that embody and fuel our collective existential upheaval? Are they heroes, anti-heroes, villains? Or something else altogether? This award-winning experimental work, created by intermixing original cinematography and archival film along with contemporary found footage, draws viewers into these questions.
Directed by Emma Penaz Eisner
Film Site

This is Bob
Directed by Houston Guy

Forty Miles to Macon: Music Video
Directed and edited by Daniel Espeut Artist: Tyler Goforth

Try a Little Tenderness: Music Video
Directed by Roy Wol Artist: Alice Tan Ridley

Linda: Music Video
Directed by Leondro Corinto Artist: Insanos
Director IMDB Page

Muscle Memory: A short film about family, memory and cutlery.
Directed by Flo Miles
IMBD Page

Light Sight: M.E., the imprisoned character in a room is attracted to a hanging light and tries to catch it. But the room itself becomes an obstacle on his way.
Directed by Seyed M. Tabatabaei
Facebook

“free will & fate:Free Will & Fate is an exploration of collaboration. Beginning with one small idea and letting it grow and take it's own shape through several art mediums at once, we discovered the growth of a new idea- the idea of art giving new life. Although we had a plan and a direction, the final product couldn't be governed or controlled, the art itself had its own free will and fate. This piece also speaks to the idea that when we bring our varying gifts together and contribute, our abilities are expanded.
Directed by Mason Johnson
Facebook

various locations
art & performance
art & performance
with Chad Davis and Dana Wylie, at the Movement Mortgage building
The Sound Bath Experience
Saturday, October 7th
2:30 pm
Movement Mortgage
LIVE ART, PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

with Chad Davis and Dana Wylie, at the Movement Mortgage building
The Sound Bath Experience
Saturday, October 7th
6:30 pm
Movement Mortgage
LIVE ART, PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

performance
The Gondola Audio-Visual Experience
8:30 pm - 10:15 pm
performance
Saturday, October 7th
8:30 pm
Northern Title Alleyway
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

black light live art
Mateo Reuda
8:45 pm - 10:30 pm
black light live art
Saturday, October 7th
8:45 pm
Bank drive-through
ART & PERFORMANCE
LOCAL
clean

Mateo Rueda was born and raised in Bogotá Colombia. Currently he is living in Logan, Utah with his wife and dog. Mateo comes from a diverse background and that influence can be see all throughout his work. Right now he is teaching art at a local elementary school, painting murals, starting work on new mediums (such as oils and pastels) and creating unique tattoo designs.

46 W Center St
The Block Stage
The Block Stage
MUSIC, FOLK ROCK
The Young North
2:30 pm - 3:45 pm
 
Saturday, October 7th
2:30 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, FOLK ROCK
LOCAL
clean
 

MUSIC, ALTERNATIVE
Andrew Goldring
Saturday, October 7th
4:00 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, ALTERNATIVE
LOCAL
clean

Andrew Goldring’s new single “Cosmic Dance” is the opening of a new era for the Utah based songwriter. Self produced by Goldring and mixed/mastered by Philip Shaw Bova (Feist, Andy Shauf, Bahamas), Andrew’s newest sounds are both fresh & familiar. Rooted in classic songwriting influences such as Neil Young & Ryan Adams, Goldring steps out of the Singer-Songwriter comfort zone, painting a lush soundscape with lo-fi vocals, fuzzy guitar leads, and dreamy Rhodes piano.

After fronting two different bands over the past 5 years (Golden Sun, Great Interstate), Andrew decided to step out on his own in 2016 and pursue music as a solo artist. Backed by an evolving group of talented friends - or sometimes by himself with a guitar and bass drum, he’s brought his songs to venues all over the west.

Andrew has shared the stage with Joseph Arthur, Margaret Glaspy, Maps & Atlases, The Appleseed Cast, among other national acts. His music has been featured on NPR affiliate KUER's RadioWest with Doug Fabrizio, and Utah community radio station KRCL.

In June 2016 Andrew released his last EP, “Heritage” which SLUG Magazine praised as “the singer-songwriter sound we all know and love - like Elliot Smith, Andy Shauf or Sparklehorse - while mixing in the coolness and edginess of more recent alternative releases like Turnover and Into It. Over It. The perfect album to add to your playlist to transition you from the energetic summer to the cozy autumn.”

MUSIC, ALT ROCK
Doctor Barber
Saturday, October 7th
5:30 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, ALT ROCK
LOCAL
clean

Doctor Barber is a unique two piece from Ogden, Utah. With their upbeat, raw energy, and complex songwriting, Doctor Barber is an act you won't soon forget.

MUSIC, ALT ROCK
Mojave Nomads
Saturday, October 7th
6:30 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, ALT ROCK
LOCAL
clean

"Mojave Nomads are an Alternative Rock band from Ogden, Utah doing things differently. With a fresh new sound that sinks in over time as you soak in the layers of complexity. It’s something you continually enjoy over time and keep coming back to." - Mclean Entertainment

MUSIC, FUNK 'N' ROLL
Panthermilk
Saturday, October 7th
7:45 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, FUNK 'N' ROLL
LOCAL
clean

Panthermilk provides a live experience that leaves one mesmerized. A clear influence of funk and soul music fused with modern psychedelia and high energy rock n’ roll creates a wonderful space for dreamy vocal melodies to rest. Having just released “Great Wave” the first single to their debut full length album, the 4-piece Utah-based group is sure to leave a lasting impression.

MUSIC, BLUES ROCK
Sarah Anne Degraw & The Oddjobs
8:30 pm - 9:45 pm
Saturday, October 7th
8:30 pm
The Block Stage
MUSIC, BLUES ROCK
LOCAL
clean

The song “Gypsy Woman” might best depict the sound and style of this band. It starts out tame with blues licks leading the way through the atmospheric backing of the main descending riff and ends with a Pink Floyd-esque transition into an oozing rock and roll guitar solo all the while DeGraw's powerful and sultry vocals carry the tune through it's dynamic rises and falls. It's the whole package.
With energy like 1960’s rock and roll founders, to the reeled in 1971 center stage arena feel, this band plays a range of original material that'll keep you wanting more.

Like The Family Von Trapp, DeGraw was born into a traveling band and by age 5 was singing in five-part harmony with her siblings and mother touring across the country. At age seven she would receive her first instrument: the cello, and the rest is history. From piano, guitar, drums, cello, and last but far from the least, vocals, this singer-songwriter “packs a punch” according to January 2017 City Weekly magazine article advertising a sold out show at the State Room in SLC, UT.

Since their start in September 2016, Sarah Anne DeGraw and “The Odd Jobs”, local prodigies; Michael Sasich (lead guitar), Greg Shaw (bass), and Joey Davis (drums), this band has been in high demand since their start in SLC, UT just 12 months ago. With the debut album on the horizon, this train won't be long in the station.

Keep an eye out for this one.

119 S Main St
The Cache
The Cache
MUSIC
Summer Bloom
Saturday, October 7th
6:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC
LOCAL
 
 

MUSIC
Summer Bloom
Saturday, October 7th
6:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC
LOCAL
 

Summer Bloom started as a just for fun/not serious project in the Summer of 2017 with David Cottle, David Christiansen, Jared Skabelund and Sammy Pond. As we kept jamming, some members became more invested than others, the less committed members were weeded out and more committed people filled their shoes. The current line up is Bryan Rieben (Drums), Jared Skabelund (Bass, Keys), Ken Duhamel (Guitar), Dusty Andrew (Guitar), and Sammy Pond (Vocals, Guitar).

MUSIC, ROCK
American Coyote
Saturday, October 7th
7:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC, ROCK
LOCAL
 

Traditionally, music and dancing have played many roles in human society. Tradition of some people employed drums and singing to ward evil spirits away. Others danced to communicate with the earth and to tell their ancestors that they were doing OK. Other times music has been used to organize, and bind people to a cause, or to protest injustices. Bach said music was for the "glorification of God, and the refreshment of the soul." Ideas are powerful revolutionary forces, and nothing transmits ideas like song. Our aim is to continue this tradition into the future, as those before us who have given us this legacy of a fine musical heritage. We are strict adherents to the codes and precepts of Rock 'N' Roll in that, we abide no codes, nor precepts. We are a band yes, but the intent is much more far reaching. We intend to be a world force for freedom, truth, love and peace. We rage and resist all tyrannical forces, let them come whence they may. We are the voice of the downtrodden, and the weak. Liberation is our proclamation. Change is not coming, change is here. We are American Coyote.

MUSIC, COVERS
Don Breeze
Saturday, October 7th
8:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC, COVERS
LOCAL
 

The band was started in Logan in 2010 as 5 Danish Men by Joel Spillman (guitar, lead vocals), Jade Knowles (bass, keyboard, vocals), & Kent Harmon (drums). Over the next few years, our name was changed to Troma Health Club, which may sound familiar if you've ever seen The Toxic Avenger. We were joined by Eric Peatross (keyboard, guitar, vocals), and finally Becky Benson (keyboard). We are still based in the valley and we love to play whenever we get the chance. We are known for our original mash-ups and for our band members frequently playing "musical chairs" during a show.

MUSIC, COUNTRY
The Jeff Keele Band
Saturday, October 7th
9:30 pm
The Cache
MUSIC, COUNTRY
LOCAL

The Jeff Keele Band, is a Country based band that comes to you from Price, Utah. With New Age, as well as Classic Country and also a smattering of Classic Rock & Roll & Original Material, there is a little bit for one and all in these Set Lists.

119 S Main St
Factory
Factory
MUSIC, ALT ROCK
The Solarists
Saturday, October 7th
8:00 pm
MUSIC, ALT ROCK
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC
Sales & Co.
Saturday, October 7th
9:00 pm
MUSIC
LOCAL
clean

Sales & Co. is an interactive four piece group combining elements of folk songwriting, Baltimore basement rock, and sing-a-long hooks.

MUSIC, FUNK 'N' ROLL
Phat Jester
10:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Saturday, October 7th
10:00 pm
MUSIC, FUNK 'N' ROLL
LOCAL
clean

Phat Jester came to fruition from a desire to create something more. A musical project inspired from listening to great artists from the 70’s. Allegorical lyricism at its deepest, light-hearted melodies at its simplest, Phat Jester represents the culmination of a deep-rooted love for that classic time. With a reminiscent sound that blends nu-wave, funk, and disco; Phat Jester's music is a modern take on a bygone era so beloved. Their self-titled demo EP coming in Fall 2017 heralds a neo-classical movement; a return to form of tight-knit groups, dancing grooves, and funky tunes.
Phat Jester's goal is singular: to remind you of a time when it was all about the music.

37 W Center St
Waffle Iron
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Jack Hogan
 
Saturday, October 7th
5:00 pm
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Alina Brown
 
Saturday, October 7th
6:00 pm
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Taylor Garner
 
Saturday, October 7th
7:00 pm
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, LOOPING SINGER SONGWRITER
Hilary Murray
 
Saturday, October 7th
8:00 pm
Waffle Iron
MUSIC, LOOPING SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

25 W Center St
Crepery
Crepery
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Funeral Folk
 
Saturday, October 7th
5:00 pm
Crepery
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, WORLD
Wade Evans
Saturday, October 7th
6:00 pm
Crepery
MUSIC, WORLD
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Thomas Jacques
 
Saturday, October 7th
7:00 pm
Crepery
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, FOLK
Momma LongLegs
Saturday, October 7th
8:00 pm
Crepery
MUSIC, FOLK
LOCAL
clean

From Northern Utah, an engaging duo consisting of vocalist/guitarist Allie Harris, mandolin/vocalist Megan Simper. Momma LongLegs delivers an alluring blend of First Aid Kit''s intricate harmonies mingled with the vitality of Crosby, Stills, and Nash. Harris and Simper first met in music school, and spent the last few years writing and performing in different music groups, both separately and together. They've teamed up to unleash their warm, seamless vocal harmonies and interplay between Megan's tasteful, flirtatious mandolin and Allie's raw, sensitive guitar playing. They've been influenced by other Folk/Americana musicians such as The Fleet Foxes, The Punch Brothers, and The Dixie Chicks.

31 N Main St
Stacked
Stacked
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Taylor Wilson
 
Saturday, October 7th
5:00 pm
Stacked
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Kaya Brown
 
Saturday, October 7th
6:00 pm
Stacked
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
Nora Barlow
 
Saturday, October 7th
8:00 pm
Stacked
MUSIC, SINGER SONGWRITER
LOCAL
clean

30 Federal Ave
Whysound
Whysound
MUSIC, HIP HOP
Black Lion
Saturday, October 7th
9:00 pm
Whysound
MUSIC, HIP HOP
LOCAL

MUSIC, HIP HOP
Vinnie Cassius
 
Saturday, October 7th
10:00 pm
Whysound
MUSIC, HIP HOP
LOCAL

MUSIC, HIP HOP
Vinnie Cassius
Saturday, October 7th
10:00 pm
Whysound
MUSIC, HIP HOP
LOCAL

MUSIC, HIP HOP
Earthworm
Saturday, October 7th
11:00 pm
Whysound
MUSIC, HIP HOP
LOCAL

Earthworm and Clësh bring the best in original hip hop in Utah. Based out of Ogden, Earthworm is a genre defying alternative hip hop artist who's been in the rap game for over six years. Earthworm mixes all genres of hip hop with his DJ, Clësh. They've put out two successful albums; Welcome Home and Flowers. Earthworm and Clësh have been working together for nearly 4 years creating a new sound in music to define Utah Hip Hop.

70 W Center St
Starrsteppers Learn Venue
Starrsteppers Learn Venue
with Brandon Despain
(at Waffle Iron) COFFEE 101 with Caffe Ibis
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
with Brandon Despain
Saturday, October 7th
10:00 am
The Waffle Iron
 
LOCAL
clean

panel discussion with Julie Hollist, Wendi Hassan, Nicholas Morrison; hosted by Jason Williams
The Importance of Community Events and the Arts
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Saturday, October 7th
1:00 pm
Starrsteppers Learn Venue
PANEL
LOCAL
clean

panel discussion with Laura Gelfand, Mateo Rueda, Debra Jensen; hosted by Jason Williams
Art as a Form of Political Protest
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Saturday, October 7th
3:00 pm
Starrsteppers Learn Venue
PANEL
LOCAL
clean

panel discussion with Trent Hunsaker, (TBA), (TBA); hosted by Jason Williams
Independent Media as Related to Modern Pop Culture
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Saturday, October 8th
5:00 pm
Starrsteppers Learn Venue
SPEAKER
LOCAL

panel discussion with Trent Hunsaker, Jessica Dunyon, Nancy Williams; hosted by Jason Williams
Independent Media as Related to Modern Pop Culture
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Saturday, October 7th
5:00 pm
Starrsteppers Learn Venue
PANEL
LOCAL
clean

panel discussion with Marissa Vigneault, Steve Sharp, (TBA); hosted by Jason Williams
Freedom of Speech Through the Arts
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday, October 7th
7:00 pm
Starrsteppers Learn Venue
PANEL
LOCAL
clean