Archive for August, 2011

It’s Always Sunny with Geeks Who Drink

August 31, 2011

Tuesday September 20 is the day the Gang Gets Quizzed. It’s an entire quiz devoted to It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. If you love this show, this is your chance to make it pay. Gather your own gang together and come celebrate seven seasons of the show.

Unlike a regular night of quiz, this one has a big cash prize on the line. It’s $5 per player to join, and you can have a team of up to 6 people. The first question is 8pm, and you will want to arrive early, cash in hand, and ready to throw down your knowledge of Sweet Dee, Charlie, and Mac.

This quiz will take place at The Huddle. Check out their new menu before the quiz, because you wouldn’t want to compete on an empty stomach. RSVP & share the invite with your friends, because the bigger this quiz gets, the bigger the cash prize!

The Huddle
2400 east Ft. Union Blvd


Around the SL,UT August 26, 2011

August 26, 2011

So what’s happening this weekend? Just a little thing called the City Weekly Utah Beer Fest. Every major brewer in the state will be showing off their beers Saturday, August 27 from 1-6:30pm. Read more about it here.

After you’ve filled yourself with all the beer samples you can handle, head over to Bar Deluxe at 668 south State Street for Utah’s 2nd Annual Radio Not Included Benefit concert to support our great independent internet radio station. Michael Gross & The Statuettes, The Orbit Group, Burnell Washburn, Pat Maine, and Birthquake will be providing the music. Show starts at 7pm, admission only $10.

Take TRAX to the Beer Fest, and it’s just a 1-1/2 block walk to Bar Deluxe. Be safe, avoid traffic, don’t worry about parking!

Love cheese? Tillamook Cheese’s Loaf Love Tour is returning to the Salt Lake City area. Tillamook has partnered with four local restaurants for Sandwich Week. Each spot is offering a cheesy sandwich special featuring award-winning Tillamook Cheese from August 27th-September 3rd. Get the details here.

Sunday brings us one of the biggest local music festivals we’ve had here in the SL,UT, SmashBash Local Music Festival at Gallivan Center Sunday August 28 10am-8pm. Tickets are $4 in advance, $8 at the gate.

Rockfish  Stage
Smashbash Amphitheater
10:00 AM
Nate Francis
The Animals Know
Swinging Lights
Fox Van Cleef
Fail to Follow
MC Pigpen
1:00 PM
Ryan Darton
Scenic Byway
2:00 PM
Wayne Hoskins Band
2:30 PM
Eyes Lips Eyes
Dark Seas
Toy Bombs
Max Pain & the Groovies
I Capture Castle
5:00 PM
Dirty Blonde
Red Dog Revival
6:00 PM
Long Distance Operator
6:30 PM
King Niko
DJ RoboRob
Muscle Hawk

So come support local music!

Tuesday, August 30 is a Small Plates & Epic Brewing tasting at Oasis Cafe. Call 801-322-0404 for reservations while they last.

Tickets are on sale now, and will sell out for Phantogram. They were here last week at the Twilight Concert with Ghostland Observatory, and will be back October 29 at Urban Lounge. Get your tickets at

Must hear music:

Friday –  Rock: The Suicycles, The Last Look, Dirty Blonde, The Saintanne at Bar Deluxe 9pm $5 
Saturday –  Rock/rap/more: The Orbit Group, Burnell Washburn, Birthquake at Bar Deluxe 7pm $10 
Sunday – Talkdemonic, Bright Archer, Nick Neihart at Urban Lounge 9pm $8 
Tuesday – Volbeat, Cold at The Complex 7pm $25 
Wednesday – Metal: Massacre at The Wake, Ember Eyes, Reaction Effect, Vision of Decay, PBO Band at Liquid Joe’s 9pm $5 
Thursday – Two Gallants, The Mumlers at Urban Lounge 9pm $12 

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City Weekly Utah Beer Festival 2011

August 23, 2011

Bring together the local brewers of our state, and let’s start tasting! Thanks to City Weekly for organizing this great event in downtown SLC so we can get a taste from 14 different brewers. The festival takes place this Saturday, August 27 from 1-6pm at the Salt Lake City & County building (Washington Square) along 500 south between State and 200 east.

The festival will feature brewers from all over the state. Squatters, Wasatch, Uinta, Bohemian, Roosters, Moab, Park City, Ruby River, Shades of Pale, Epic, Desert Edge, Hoppers, Red Rock, and Tracks will have their beers on hand for samples or full pours. You receive 5 sample tokens with your admission, and additional tokens will be available for purchase. Your admission also gives you a commemorative sample mug.

There are also 10 food sponsors on site when you get the munchies. Casual Cuisine Catering, Chow Truck, Chocolate Conspiracy, Chris ‘N Dave’s Boiled Peanuts, City Dogs, El Zocalo, Hoppers Brew Pub, The Pie, Sweet Salt Lake Fresh Mint Lemonade, and R & R BBQ will be serving snacks to full meals.

Take TRAX to the event, the festival is conveniently located next to the Library Station on the Red Line.

Admission is $15 for drinkers, $5 for designated drivers. This is a 21+ event. Buy your tickets in advance at several locations, or at the gate. Bring cash for beer and food.