Jim Gaffigan tells audience members that he apprecites them coming out, but to not to try to convert him. Photo: Lmsorenson.net
Team Half & Half took first place. Riders Jordan Vigil and Sam Hubble throw up the Sk8 Mafia sign alongside Nick Hubble and Half & Half shop owner Milton. Photo: Niels Jensen
Shanghaii smiles to his SLC hip-hop family. Photo: ColtonMarsalaPhotography.com
Maja Ivarsson on vocals for The Sounds. Photo: Gilbert Cisneros
Protesters rally against Trump as a symptom of white supremacy. Photo: Dave Brewer & Gabe Mejia // Photo Collective Studios
“No matter where life takes me, find me with a smile.” Photo: ColtonMarsalaPhotography.com
Photo: Andy Fitzgerrell
The display for Honest John Bitters really made you feel as though you were stepping back in time to the days of snake-oil salesmen peddling their wares. Photo: Talyn Sherer
Josh Carter and Sarah Barthel perform together as the fantastic duo, Phantogram. Photo: ColtonMarsalaPhotography.com
Slug raises his fist above the crowd, starting off another song with a salute. Photo: ColtonMarsalaPhotography.com