June brings some of Salt Lake city's most exciting outdoor events including the Pride Festival, SLC Arts Festival and the Salt Lake Farmer's Market. Real Salt Lake, the Salt Lake Bees and the Utah Blaze all play in June. There's something for everyone in SLC this month, so here's to a terrific summer!
Note: While we do our best to make sure all details are accurate, please contact the venue or visit their website before attending an event to make sure times, dates and prices are correct.
The Utah Pride Festival celebrates the LGBT community and includes an opening reception, parade, rallies, music and more.
Friday, May 30-Sunday, June 2, 2013
Washington Square (State St. and 400 S.)
Salt Lake City and County Building
Some events at other locations; see website for details.
RSL takes on four MLS opponents in June:
- Saturday, June 1, 7:30 p.m. vs. San Jose Earthquakes (ABC4)
- Saturday, June 8, 7:30 p.m. vs. LA Galaxy (ABC4)
- Saturday, June 22, 7:30 p.m. vs. Seattle Sounders (ABC4)
- Saturday, June 29, ll a.m. @ Toronto FC (CW30)
Rio Tinto Stadium
9256 S. State St. in Sandy
Tickets $25-$60, see website for promotions
All RSL games (home and away) will be broadcast on KALL 700 Sports (English) and Ke Buena 1600 AM (Spanish).
Kick off the 2013 Downtown Farmers Market season with a fundraising party - a gathering of growers, food producers, market staff, sponsors, patrons and SLC locavores. Be among the first to taste the summer release of Bumper Crop Ale, the result of a partnership of the Downtown Alliance and Squatters Brewery.
Tuesday, June 4, 2013, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Squatters Pub Brewery, 147 W. Broadway (300 S.)
Everyone loves farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, but not everyone has the land, time or skill to grow their own. Salt Lake area farmers markets offer all of the bounty with none of the sweat. Besides produce, most farmers markets offer local honey, baked goods, prepared food, beverages, craft items and entertainment.
Jersey Boys is one of Broadway's most successful shows of the last decade, premiering in New York in late 2005 and winning the 2006 Tony Award for Best Musical. The show is still going strong on Broadway, and it has been produced all over the world, including long runs in Chicago, London, Australia, and Toronto, plus two national tours. The second national tour is making a stop in Salt Lake City this month at the Capitol Theatre.
June 4-16, 2013
50 W. 200 S.