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The Glass Slipper

Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre 50 West 200 South, Salt Lake City

Join Ballet West II dancers and students from Ballet West Academy for a magical journey into the classic fairy tale Cinderella. With a visit from her fairy godmother, Cinderella is whisked to the royal ball for a dreamlike night with the handsome prince. Presented in just over one hour with guided narration, this sparkling classic

The Glass Slipper

Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre 50 West 200 South, Salt Lake City

Join Ballet West II dancers and students from Ballet West Academy for a magical journey into the classic fairy tale Cinderella. With a visit from her fairy godmother, Cinderella is whisked to the royal ball for a dreamlike night with the handsome prince. Presented in just over one hour with guided narration, this sparkling classic

The Glass Slipper

Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre 50 West 200 South, Salt Lake City

En español Únete a bailarines de Ballet West II y estudiantes de Ballet West Academy para un viaje mágico al clásico cuento de hadas de Cenicienta. Con la visita de su hada madrina, Cenicienta acude al baile en el palacio del reino para una noche de ensueño con el apuesto príncipe. Con duración de un

loveDANCEmore: Only the Lonely, Evening Two

loveDANCEmore.org Salt Lake City

loveDANCEmore is proud bring you an online series – Only the Lonely: dances made safely during coronavirus. Evening two features work by Max Barnewitz & Emma Sargent, Ya-Ya Fairley and Roxanne Gray. In "Duet for Non-Things and Forsaken Objects," partners Max Barnewitz (they/them) and Emma Sargent (she/her or they/them) chronicle the quotidian during the pandemic and

Free

Virtual Spring Soiree

Virtual Event UT

Celebrate the careers of beloved company dancers who will be retiring this year. Listen to these artists as they discuss highlights from their years performing with Ballet West. Enjoy archival footage as well as new, exciting and unseen performances from the comfort of your own home. Revel in a jubilant evening for $50 per household.

loveDANCEmore: Only the Lonely, Evening Three

loveDANCEmore.org Salt Lake City

loveDANCEmore is proud bring you an online series – Only the Lonely: dances made safely during coronavirus. Evening three features dancer/musician Nora Price and Ashley Anderson Dances. Nora Price (they/them, she/her) conceived of "small mal" as the she taped down some spare scraps of Marley at the beginning of COVID isolation in her apartment. It struck

Free

Ballet Up Close: Ballet West II on Tour at the Rose Wagner

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center 138 Broadway, Salt Lake City

Get to know the next generation of Ballet West artists in the intimate setting of the Leona Wagner Block Box Theatre. Ballet West II has established a reputation as an elite touring ensemble, with the versatility to perform a broad spectrum of dance in venues of all sizes across the country. Now they bring their

2021 Living Traditions Festival

Washington Square 451 S State St, Salt Lake City

The Living Traditions Festival will share the richness of our community’s cultural diversity through presentations of dance, music, craft, and culinary arts at innovative in-person and virtual events in 2021. *** For over 30 years, this annual event has shared the richness of our cultural traditions in a festive, educational, and respectful manner. Local ethnic

Choreographic Festival 2021

Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center 138 Broadway, Salt Lake City

Once again, audiences will see dancers and choreographers exploring their art form in intriguing and cutting-edge new creations. This year, the festival will showcase an exciting first time collaboration between two Utah arts icons, the Sundance Institute and Ballet West. Principal Artist Emily Adams and Katy Jarzebowski, an alumna of Sundance Institute’s Music Film Program

2021 Living Traditions Festival

Liberty Park 600 E 900 South, Salt Lake City

The Living Traditions Festival will share the richness of our community’s cultural diversity through presentations of dance, music, craft, and culinary arts at innovative in-person and virtual events in 2021. *** For over 30 years, this annual event has shared the richness of our cultural traditions in a festive, educational, and respectful manner. Local ethnic

Queer Spectra Arts Festival 2021: The Queer and Now

UT

Queer Spectra Arts Festival is returning for its third annual festival! QSAF dedicated to showcasing art from LGBTQIA+ perspectives. We aim to present a diverse array of voices, backgrounds, experiences, cultures, mediums, and artistic disciplines in order to celebrate queer artistic expressions. Our goal is to challenge and contribute to contemporary understanding of queer discourse

Free

2021 Living Traditions Festival

The Gateway 10 N. Rio Grande Street, Salt Lake City

The Living Traditions Festival will share the richness of our community’s cultural diversity through presentations of dance, music, craft, and culinary arts at innovative in-person and virtual events in 2021. *** For over 30 years, this annual event has shared the richness of our cultural traditions in a festive, educational, and respectful manner. Local ethnic

2021 Living Traditions Festival

Jordan International Peace Garden 1060 Dalton Ave S., Salt Lake City

The Living Traditions Festival will share the richness of our community’s cultural diversity through presentations of dance, music, craft, and culinary arts at innovative in-person and virtual events in 2021. *** For over 30 years, this annual event has shared the richness of our cultural traditions in a festive, educational, and respectful manner. Local ethnic

Busker Fest

Downtown Salt Lake City

Busking is a time-honored tradition that adds to the vibrancy and culture of cities around the world. Busker Fest is held annually in Salt Lake City to showcase local and traveling street performers. The festival celebrates the city's rich Vaudeville history by bringing the living tradition of busking and street theatre to downtown. Follow us

Free

Kiki Cabaret

Alliance Theatre 602 E 500 S Suite E101, Salt Lake City

Viva la Kiki – Rockabilly fun! Pin ups and cool kats abound with a plethera of swingin boys and girls in their dancin shoes. Dust off your favorite records and wriggle into that wiggle skirt and let’s swing the night away! We have a star studded line up of award winning pole, acro, dance, drag,

$30

Kiki Under the Sea

Alliance Theatre 602 E 500 S Suite E101, Salt Lake City

Kiki Cabaret invites you to a world of fantasy and play! A showcase of Utah’s finest performing artists; Kiki includes dancing, aerial, music, cirque performers, burlesque, drag, and more! With fun themes for each show you are invited to join the fun and dress the part! Join us in person or tune in from the

$15 – $30

Holi Festival of Colors Salt Lake City

Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple Salt Lake City 965 E 3370 S, Millcreek

The original Festival of Colors ® Est. 1995 The Festival of Colors USA is North America’s Biggest Chant and Dance Party. More than 30,000 festival attendees enjoy Mantra Bands, Interactive Bollywood & Bhakti Dance, DJ's, Yoga, Cruelty-free Cuisine, Crafts, Color Throws, Free Hugs & Lotsa Love ❤️ every year. A Family-friendly event. Kids 12 and

$6.50