|Paper||Mountain Times Weekly|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||John Saltas, Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Mountain Times Weekly|
Goncert UINTA BREWING presents _ THE STRING CHEESE INCIDENT LIVE MUSIC ETC. ADOLPH’S 1500 Keams Blvd. Refined scene, a little older and off Main Street. 649-7177. ALAMO 447 Main. Live acts, some musical and others wit- nessed only after rugby games. Aug. 7-8: Sturgeon General. Aug 9, 12&13: Harry Lee and Blues Ambassadors. 649-2380. CISERO’S 306 Main. Downstairs club beneath the restau- rant hosts live bands and DJs. Aug. 6: Live DJ. Aug. 7 Swing Gorillas & Atomic Deluxe. Aug. 8: Disco Night. Aug. 9 Bingo Night. Aug. 10: Spaghetti Night. Aug. 11: free leftover PAW Sunday, August 9th - Starts at 3pm All Ages ¢ Beer Garden with I.D.« Retail Booth Space Available Call 583-1835 Tickets $18 advance, $22 at gate. Tickets available at all Graywhale CDs,all Tom Tom Music, . Stonewash, Wizards & Dreams, & Orion's Music Shop in Park City #3 Gallivan Utah Center - 36 East 200 south - sic SHAKE IT DOWN WITH CHICAGO'S PREMIER FUNK BAND insermountain good vibe zone A Private Club For Members 1249 East 3300 South -467-JOES (next to Brickyard Plaza) Open 7 Days a Week BOOGIE SHOES pool/phooseball/ping pong. Aug. 12: Jam Band. 649-5044. THE CLUB 449 Main. A DJ spins tunes on the weekends upstairs. Aug 8: Sister Shake. 649-6693 COOTERS AT THE RADISON 2121 Park Ave. Off the main strip, but still a draw for sunset or sports watching. 6495000. THE COZY 438 Main. Plenty of room to dance, so go get ~ cozy with music Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Aug 7: ~ Insatiable. Aug 8: Chola. 649-6038. GRUB STEAK Prospector Square, 2200 Sidewinder. Aug. Don’t miss ;teraine 15: Festival Band Scramble and Jam Party. It’s free. It starts at 7 p.m. 649-8060. PARK CITY INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL THE JAMMIN’ SALMON 427 Main. In Z Place opposite O’Shucks. Live bands jam on an elevated stage above a jammin’ bar with room to dance. Aug. 7&8: Shy Ted. 658FISH. LAKOTA RESTAURANT AND BAR 751 Main. Classy digs with a soft-light lounge connected to the restaurant. 6583400 MILETI’S 412 Main. Upstairs above the dining room and a fixture on the local night life scene. 649-8230. MOOSE’S PUB & GRILL Park City Mountain Resort Center. For all those craving a pounder of Rainer and some | acoustic tunes, you might be in for a wait. Due to construction delays, Moose’s is currently in wait-and- -see mode. 649-8600. MULBERRY STREET 738 Main. On Friday and Saturday nights, some have reported witnessing Randy Barton croon a set-full of piano bar favorites. 649-0888. MULLIGAN’S IRISH PUB 804 Main. Some nights it’s comfortable and quiet, other nights the roof gets raised. Folk guitar from Dave Hahn every Thursday and Lip Service every Sunday. Aug 7: Blair Lundstead. Aug: 8 Jubilation. 658-0717. Tickets for the Music Festival can be purchased 30 minutes prior to each concert or by calling 658-2800 . Aug. 6: Moskowsky Suite For Two Violins and Piano. New St. Mary’s Church, 8 p.m. Aug. 7: Three Pieces for Two Cellos. The New St. Mary’s Church, 8 p.m. | Aug. 8: Bravo Young Artists. Town Lift Plaza, 3 p.m. Aug. 9: Turina Piano Quartet. Park City Community Church, 8 p.m. Aug. 12: Young violinist in Concert, 5:30 p.m. Viola Society members, 7:30 p.m. The New St. Mary’s Church. Aug. 13: Beethoven Violin Sonata. Richard Thomas Gallery, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY All concerts are performed at the Creekside Theater,7:30 p.m., and are free, unless otherwise noted. Aug.12: Mike Johnson on tenor sax. Aug. 19: Rocn McCroby, world-renown Jazz whistler. $10. Aug. 26: Dave Jorgensen on tenor sax and vocalist Kelly Eisenhower. Sept. 2: Vocalist Dennis Rowlan. 10$ WEDNESDAY NIGHT CONCERTS IN CITY PARK DEER VALLEY Before the concert in the park, stop by The Farmer's Market at Park City Mountain Resort. Organic produce and farm goods every Wednesday from 3-7 p.m. Aug. 8: Utah Symphony with Rhapsody in Blue on Aug. 12: Rich Wyman tickles the keys. Aug. 19: Folky, country pop from Nancy Hanson. Aug. 26: My Man Friday delivers new swing jazz. Sept. 2: Grinin’ and pickin’ bluegrass brought to the local listening audience by the Sorenson Family. Shows run from roughly 6-8 p.m. Aug. 16: Founder's Title Bluegrass Festival (see listing . below). Aug. 22: Utah Symphony with Roger Williams. Aug. 26-30: Fidelity Investments International Jazz Festival. Aug. 29: Utah Symphony-1812 Overture. Aug. 31: Kenny Loggins. Sept. 5-7: Mountain Bike Racing. PEPSI/ 2 NEWS /THE CANYONS ee 44 | AUGUST 6, 1998 | MT NIGHT JAZZ AT SNOWBIRD NACHO MAMAS 1821 Sidewinder. Mexican bar and site of occassional bouts with karaoke. 635-8226. O’SHUCKS BAR & GRILL 427 Main. Free peanuts, giant goblets of brew. 645-3999. THE RIVERHORSE 540 Main. 649-3536. Mary Beth on piano 6:30-9 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. TOWN LIFT BREW PUB At the Town Lift on Park Ave. Aug. 8: Chamber music 3-5 p.m., Wasatch Rascals 5-7 p.m. Aug. 9: Leraine Horstmanshoff 2:30-4:30 p.m. Stone Circles 5-7 p.m. Aug. 14: Judd Grossman. 649-4323. Horstmanshotf at the Town Lift Brew Pub Aug. 9 Aug. Aug. Aug. Sept. Sept. ass da tol Colla me | 12: B52s and The Pretenders 25: Lilith Fair 28: Santana 1: HORDE Tour 9: Metallica Tickets are available through Smith’s Tix, (800) 888-TIXX. Broadway. For Ticket prices or more information call 645-6522. TICKETS IN ADVANCE ~ THE ECCLES CENTER Park City High School on Kearns Bivd. 655-3114. FOUNDERS TITLE FOLK AND BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL Aug. 16 at Deer Valley. Tickets available at Dan’s Foods and Muskoka Lakes. 1-800-453-1360. . PARK CITY INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL begins Aug. 27 Call SmithTix 1-800-888-TIXX.