New City Movement

Future Forward Living in Salt Lake City, Utah. Since 1998.

Defenders Of The Universe, A Party With A Purpose
May
21
12:00 pm12:00

Defenders Of The Universe, A Party With A Purpose

  • Beer Bar

RSVP/TICKET LINK >
EVENT PAGE >

Information:

Join us Sunday, May 21st, from 12:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. as we support the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah by doing what we do best... using the power of music for good! BTW did we mention 100$ of the profit goes to the A.C.L.U. of Utah.

If these last few months have proven anything, it's that we must Fight For Our Rights! The time for staying quiet is over. If one of our brothers or sisters is being taken advantage of, then WE are being taken advantage of, but... HAVE NO FEAR!!! ...The Defenders of the Universe, a.k.a the A.C.L.U., are Here to Help! 

When the going gets tough, the tough get going, and that's exactly what the American Civil Liberties Union, is: TOUGH.

The A.C.L.U.
, is a non-profit organization dedicated to defending the inalienable rights of every American. In short, they defend those that need it most in our country. For more information, or to get involved visit:

http://www.acluutah.org/ 

Dress up as your favorite superhero for a Sunday Funday to remember! Food and drinks will be available for purchase and the best local DJ talent SLC has to offer will be gracing our decks on a custom hand-built sound system provided by none other than @campcatalystslc! Enjoy games and raffles all day long as we Party For A Purpose.


Jesse Walker's 7th Annual 'Bunny Hop' Presented by SLUG Magazine, KRCL Radio
Apr
16
11:00 am11:00

Jesse Walker's 7th Annual 'Bunny Hop' Presented by SLUG Magazine, KRCL Radio

  • The Garage on Beck

Illustration by Robin Banks. Click image to expand.

JESSE WALKER’S 7TH ANNUAL ‘BUNNY HOP’ EASTER BRUNCH, SUNDAY APRIL, 16 TO BENEFIT PLANNED PARENTHOOD ACTION COUNCIL OF UTAH

On Sunday, April 16th The Garage on Beck Street will host Mr. Jesse Walker’s 7th Annual ‘Bunny Hop,’ with a breakfast buffet, charity raffle, bonnet contest and select DJ’s playing vinyl records from brunch to sunset. The 7 Deadly Sins themed 7th anniversary will include prize baskets, gift certificates from local retailers, an all-day egg hunt, special guest performances by DJ Mauricio Aviles (San Francisco), Major Tom (solo) and an appearance by the real Easter Bunny!

The day-long ‘hop’, which attracts an alternative crowd ranging in age and identity will benefit Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah. The event carries a tradition of community interaction and goodwill, helping attendees release a healthy dose of spring fever in the process. This year may also be the last Bunny Hop at The Garage, on Beck, due to negotiations with Tesoro to purchase the property where it is currently located.

Information:
Date is Sunday, April 16, 2017
Location: The Garage, 1199 Beck St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Event Hours: 11:00 a.m. to Sunset
Donation: $10.00 per person at the door, or $8 pre-sale from 24tix.com
(Each admission includes a lollipop with charity raffle / Many egg-hunt items contain special prizes)
Charity raffles & donations go to: Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah

DJ'S & Entertainment Schedule:

MEGAN MOAK  (11 AM–12 PM)
JESSE STEWART  (12 PM–1 PM)
FINALE GRAND  (1 PM–12 PM)
* RAFFLE #1  (2 PM–2:30 PM)
* EASTER BONNET CONTEST  (2:45 PM)
CHASEONE2  (2:45 PM–3:45 PM)
JGODINA  (3:45 PM–4:45 PM)
* RAFFLE #2  (4:45 PM)
* PERFORMANCE, MAJOR TOM  (5:15 PM)
MAURICIO AVILES  (5:30 PM–7:00 PM)
COREY BOLO  (7:00 PM–8:00 PM)

Maurico Aviles [SF | Gritt | Salted Sessions]

Maurico Aviles [SF | Gritt | Salted Sessions]

MT&TM doing Ziggy at Urban Lounge's annual Bowie Tribute Night (SLC, UT USA) majortomandthemoonboys@gmail.com

Join the official Facebook Event >

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Tag your photos with #bunnyhopslc !!!

 

Thank You to Our Amazing 2017
Partners & Sponsors!
 

SLUG MAGAZINE, KRCL RADIO, THE GARAGE, STONEGROUND KITCHEN, GREEN ANT, WASATCH & SQUATTERS BREWERY, MOUNTAIN WEST CIDER, CITYHOME COLLECTIVE, FLYING BOBCAT THEATRE LABORATORY, PHOTO COLLECTIVE STUDIOS, SPILT INK, BEER BAR, DIABOLICAL RECORDS, V. SCHOOL, CUAC,  A LA MODE & FICE.

About the Egg Hunt and Raffle Prizes:
Hundreds of eggs which can be found throughout the day are stuffed with candy and prizes from area sponsors, festivals and retail participants including The Garage and Stoneground restaurants. Additional lollipop/raffle tickets can be purchased for $1 each. The proceeds from those donations go to the Planned Parenthood Action Council of Utah. 

Planned Parenthood Action Council (PPAC) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization formed as the advocacy and political arm of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah. PPAC engages in educational and electoral activity including legislative advocacy, voter education, and grassroots organizing to promote Planned Parenthood Association of Utah’s mission.

PPAC works to ensure women and men have access to the family planning and reproductive health care services and information they need. We intend to create a world
where sexual and reproductive rights are human rights; access to health care doesn’t depend on who you are; and a world where every person has the opportunity to choose their own path to a healthy and meaningful life.

Clan:Destine presents Ryan Crosson [Visionquest|Detroit]
Mar
11
10:00 pm22:00

Clan:Destine presents Ryan Crosson [Visionquest|Detroit]

Ryan Crosson

[Visionquest|Detroit]
https://soundcloud.com/ryancrosson
http://yourvisionquest.com/artists/ryan-crosson/

With support from:
Mr. Jesse Walker
Eights Everywhere
F_ghani


PRE-SALE TICKETS >

RSVP required for location details and entry, send email to:
info@clandestineslc.com

21+

ryan crosson

Ryan Crosson makes house and techno inspired by the historical precedent set in his native city of Detroit and his adopted hometown of Berlin. His musical output is shaped by pioneering artists like Richie Hawtin, Kevin Saunderson and Moodymann in the US, in addition to European heavyweights like Pantytec, Ricardo Villalobos, and Thomas Brinkmann. Situated loosely between these two defining poles, alongside his partners in Visionquest: Shaun Reeves, Seth Troxler and Lee Curtiss, Ryan delivers a obsessive attention to the constant progression of his sound and embodies a ceaseless energy that carries itself from the studio directly into his live set and DJ performances. Whether it’s solo in the studio or as a guiding hand in the Visionquest label and DJ/production partnership, Ryan consistently chooses to steer away from the predictable circuit of so-called “underground” club hits, instead favouring a process of constant renewal, returning both to early influential material and to emerging sounds that depart from well-trodden trends. As a key member of Visionquest, Ryan is responsible for much of the concepting and day to day running of what has rapidly become one of dance music’s most cherished new labels. Between them, Ryan and his partners in Visionquest have honed a whole new landscape of lush, organic techno and more esoteric leftfield electronica, gambling against the predicable to introduce emerging talent like Tale Of Us, Maceo Plex, Footprinz, Laura Jones and Mathew Burton to the record buying public. Their efforts were rewarded when their label was voted number seven in Resident Advisor’s 2011 label poll, no mean feat given that it’s back catalogue has only recently hit double digits.

In the studio, Ryan’s production and sampling practices depart from the world of electronic music by accessing histories of sound, referencing musique concrete, 1970's funk, and East African jazz. This is best demonstrated by the evolution of his sound from minimal hits like ‘Gotham Road’ and ‘Hopskotch’, through to the organic underground house strains of his ‘Visionquest’ remixes of Kiki’s ‘Good Voodoo’ and more recently via his Visionquest remixes of David Lynch’s ‘Pinky’s Dream’ and Guy Gerber and P Diddy’s forthcoming ‘Eleven Eleven’ project. In addition to dancefloor bombs like ‘You’ve Got Me’ EP on Supplement Facts he’s also capable of conjuring up the haunting cosmic beauty of his recent ‘Birds & Souls’ project on Spectral Sound alongside the genre-busting sonic experiments that make up his recent DRM album collaboration with Cesar Merveille released at the start of the year on Visionquest. 

In the past Ryan has released tracks on diverse and groundbreaking labels like m-nus, Telegraph, Trapez, and Wagon Repair and more recently Soma, Spectral Sound and Supplemental Facts. From the outset Ryan immediately gave himself over to a life of touring and performance that keeps a steady focus on both the avant-garde aesthetics and deeply emotional bonds of dance music subculture. Ryan’s back-to-back live sets with Lee Curtiss, at the sold out Visionquest showcase at fabric last year and at Movement in Detroit, stole both these shows boding well for 2012 which will see him repeat his live show at some of the world’s most famous clubs and festivals alongside a packed schedule of DJ gigs, both solo and as part of Visionquest, including his much anticipated new residency at Circo Loco at DC10 this summer.

http://www.yourvisionquest.com/

Mar
9
9:00 pm21:00

Green Velvet at Metro Music Hall with Nate Lowpass & Jesse Walker

  • Metro Music Hall

LNE & Nightfreq Present

GREEN VELVET
with support by Latmun, Nate Lowpass & Jesse Walker

TICKETS >

About Green Velvet:  For an international audience reawakening to the influence of Chicago house during the 1990s, Curtis A. Jones acted as quite a renaissance leader. Besides donning his straight ahead house guise Cajmere and a flamboyant, neon-haired acid-house alter-ego named Green Velvet for several of the most memorable underground house tracks of the decade (including "Preacher Man," "Answering Machine" "Brighter Days" and "Flash"), Jones helmed the two most respected labels in the new school of Chicago house, Cajual and Relief. Though artist-owned labels had become the norm in Detroit, Chicago occurrences were frustratingly rare, despite the fact that the two major house imprints of the 1980s, Trax and DJ International, had continually bilked their artists out of money. Cajmere went a long way towards rectifying that situation, releasing records by a diverse cast of producers old and new: DJ Sneak, Glenn Underground, Paul Johnson, Gemini, Tim Harper and Boo Williams, among others.

The Chicago native began clubbing and buying records while studying at the University of Illinois. He later graduated with a degree in chemical engineering (and even attended several years of grad school at UC-Berkeley), but then returned to his hometown in 1991 with a drive to begin recording and DJing around the area. His first track "Coffee Pot (It's Time for the Percolator)" was released in 1992 as Cajmere on Clubhouse Records. That same year, Cajmere worked on production for "Get With U" by Lidell Townsell, then hooked up with another Chicago vocalist, Dajae. After the pair recorded a breakout single named "Brighter Days," Cajmere decided to form his own Cajual Records to release it. "Brighter Days" ascended to the number two position on the dance charts and became an international smash; it was the perfect remedy to Chicago's quickly deteriorating fortunes, a track which looked back to the '80s boom years but updated the sound with heavier beats, low-end synth and up-to-date programming. 

Subsequent Dajae/Cajual collaborations like "U Got Me Up" and "Day by Day" followed, and Cajmere eventually set up his Relief label in 1994. After deciding that the house scene needed a bit more showmanship, he created the alias Green Velvet for live gigs and DJ events. A kind of digital-age Bootsy Collins with impeccable fashion sense, Green Velvet hit the club charts with a trio of anthems from 1995 to 1997: "Flash," "The Stalker" and "Answering Machine." While no full-length appeared from either Cajmere or Green Velvet during those years, Cajual/Relief compilations like The Many Shades of Cajual, A Taste of Cajual and Relief: The Future Sound of Chicago collected all of his best productions.

Bare it all, share it all!
Mar
4
Mar 5

Bare it all, share it all!

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RSVP & Tickets: 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bare-it-all-for-underwearness-tickets-31691040756

Undies and socks are amongst the most needed items at our local homeless resource centers and we bet you could spare a pair to help us sock it to the issue!

Join us March 4th at Ember from 9PM-2AM for a drawer-droppin' good time!

We will be accepting the following donations at the door:
Undies for all ages, all sizes and genders
Socks, all sizes

All cash and undie/sock donations will benefit our friends at the Volunteers of America, Utah and will make you eligible for early entry, clothes check, and our raffle!

PARTY RULES: Show up in your undies, bring new/packaged undies and socks to donate, have fun, raise
#underwearness! 

Remember, clothing is optional, consent is not. This will be a personal camera-free event to ensure a safe and inclusive space for all.

UNDERWEAR PARTY/ OPEN BAR/RAFFLE PRIZES/BOUDOIR PHOTO SHOOTS/ AND MUCH MORE TO COME

Take Friday Off
Mar
2
9:00 pm21:00

Take Friday Off

  • Bricks Club

Take Friday Off!

Welcome to Winter's hottest underground party! "T.F.O." ...Take Friday Off! This underground space, located one level below Bricks (formerly Club Sound) features a great sound system, recessed dance floor and lounge seating, perfect for a weekend warm-up social gathering. You'll find the door to the club — speakeasy style — on the west side of the building. Grab your friends (boys AND girls) and come enjoy the party. Drink specials and more await!

9-11 p.m. Lounge-house music brought to you by Andrew Martinez

11 p.m. to 2 a.m. House and dance beats weekly by Special Guests

**HOSTED BY MICHAEL WESTLEY** (NANA)

EL 54 - A DISCO REVIVAL
Jan
14
Jan 15

EL 54 - A DISCO REVIVAL

Information:

Get ready for a trip back in time, as we bring you El 54, an homage to Studio 54!!!

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A Disco Revival
21+
RSVP/Tickets required

Gracing our ears and dance feet we have lined up in alphabetical order:

Bastion, Blessed1, Choice, Jesse Walker, Matthew Fit, & Typefunk

Drinks available via donation to venue.

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10pm-4am

Tickets:
$10 - Preview Price
$15 - General Admission
$20 - Day of

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The location for this event will be released the day of the event, so be sure to like our page for details: http://www.facebook.com/4JustAndFun/

Oct
21
Oct 22

CUAC Halloween Happening & Fundraiser

INFO & RSVP >

You are invited to CUAC's Halloween Fundraiser Party! Come enjoy a night of festivities including a crystal ball reader, dance party DJ'ed by Mr. Jesse Walker and Matthew Fit. Open bar courtesy of Ogden's Own Distillery, costume contest judged by the Bad Kids Collective, and more. 

We will be hosting our spooky happening at CUAC on Friday, October 21st at 9:30pm

Dress as your favorite contemporary artist or piece of art, and you will be eligible to win a very cool prize from one of our sponsors: Cathedral TattooCrude Personal CareEste PizzariaEva's BakeryFiceThe People's CoffeeSLFSSLC Pinkand more!

The event is free for Art Club members, and $20 suggested donation for everyone else. To become an Art Club member, click here.

RSVP here; your name must be on our list to attend!!! This event is 21+. We are looking forward to seeing you at the coolest Halloween party of 2016!

Stay scary!

– CUAC

Oct
14
6:00 pm18:00

IIDA Fashion Remix 2016

Architecture meets fashion in this exciting runway event!

Utah architecture and design firms have been paired with product vendors to create one of a kind ensembles using only design and building materials. They will compete in a runway show for the design community to enjoy. Proceeds benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

More information is available on the Fashion Remix Blog: 
Fashionremixslc.wordpress.com
@fashionRemixSLC
Facebook Event Page >

Ticket are now on sale!

  • General Admission (Standing only): IIDA Members – $45.00
  • General Admission (Standing only): Non Members –  $55.00
  • General Admission (Standing only): Students –  $40.00
  • Reserved Seating (limited number): $80

Ticket prices include: entry fee, light appetizers, and water. Alcohol can be purchased at the event. Valet parking will be available. 

The runway event will be from 6:00pm to 10:00pm with the after party running until midnight with DJ Jesse Walker #iidaimc #fashionremixSLC

Oct
8
7:00 pm19:00

Summer Summit 2016 (Green River, Utah)

Come hear Jesse Walker playing in beautiful Southern Utah in the middle of nowhere for SUMMER SUMMIT with Portland DJ Rob Loucks (OROGRAPHIC) on Saturday, October 8th!

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Event Page,  General Information and Travel Tips >

YOU — CITIZEN:

Artists, designers, architects, and creatives—do you hear the soundless dipping of canoe paddles, or the ring of the axe hewing a home out of the wilderness? Do you see covered wagons trekking across mountains and through the desert? Do you feel the Ancestral Puebloans chipping away at the canyon walls? Do you dream of trails worn down under native feet hundreds of years ago? Do you think of the many past stewards of this place?

You are the descendant of those people. You are the guardian of what they built. The future of America depends on you. This moment in our nation’s history demands YOUR courage, YOUR ingenuity and self-reliance, YOUR vision, and YOUR citizenship. Will you answer the call?

Epicenter invites you to attend the 2016 Summer Summit, October 7-10. Come join your talents and skills with those of like-minded creatives in a weekend of activities, camaraderie, and shared reflection on how we can together make a positive and powerful mark in our community.

Cost: $250.00

The Summit begins late Friday afternoon and will conclude Sunday evening. Plan your travel accordingly. Epicenter will facilitate carpool coordination to and from Green River. It is recommended to arrive on the California Zephyr.

Please RSVP by August 19 by sending payment via paypal or check made out to Epicenter sent to PO Box 444, Green River, Utah 84525.

What’s included:
Dinner at Ray’s and 5 other meals (including drinks!)
Summit Swag
Facilitated outdoor activity
Access to three panel discussions
Participation in 1-3 workshops
Dance party
Film screening
Beach time
Assistance in coordinating rides to all activities
Assistance in carpooling to/from airport
Local business discount card
Meet new people in your field!

Bookmark ruralandproud.org/summit for up-to-date information.
Email us with questions: summit@ruralandproud.org.

Sep
9
10:00 pm22:00

Vancouver Arts & Leisure 2nd Anniversary - Secret Artist Showcase

Val 2 Yr Anniversary
Secret Artist Showcase
Come early, stay late.

September 9, 10 PM Till? 
Vancouver Art and Leisure
1965 Main Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V5T 3C1

Over the past two years we have fought for your right to express yourself, for your right to have a space in this city free from the creative confines of traditional for-profit nightclubs, and for artists to create and share their unmediated artform with the public. This anniversary is yours. This venue is yours. We built this all for you, will you dance with us?

Join us, Friday, September 9th as we celebrate the artists and audience that make this space what it is today. Dozens of locals artists and performers come together for one night to pay homage to a city of glass ceilings forever broken by the strength of our members. Your dancefloorhas always been contested. On this night, we celebrate two years of fighting for you and your politicial, sexual and artistic expression. 

Techno in two rooms by some of Vancouver's finest, the premier of new art installations by local artists, drag artists, the return of the infamous lust lounge, live photobooths, and a sneak peak into VAL's new Vinyl Library, western Canada's first non-profit privately-funded music library. 

We invite you to participate in an open and safe space that is female-friendly and queer-friendly. No discimination or uninvited touching will be tolerated. 

Help make this anniversary one for the record books and share this event. Thank you for supporting VAL to make it this far. This event is for you.

Have fun and stay safe

Ross's Man On The Moon
Aug
27
Aug 28

Ross's Man On The Moon

Information:  The location for Ross's Man On The Moon will be released the day of via email or Facebook messenger, so be sure to get your ticket and like our page. This is a Private space themed party for friends, family, and extended family. You must be 21 or older to attend, sorry kiddos, adults only. RSVP and/or tickets are required for entry. The lineup will be announced the week of the event, but rest assured your ears and dancing feet are in for a treat, as some of the best DJs SLC has to offer will be gracing our decks. No outside drinks will be allowed, but drinks will be provided for donations  by the venue. Space attire/costumes are not required but encouraged. We will be dancing into the wee hours so come early and leave late. Bring an open mind, a positive attitude and let your freak flags fly! Location To Be Announced.

Aug
5
Aug 6

Psicobloc Masters Series 2016

  • Utah Olympic Park

Psicobloc (aka Deep Water Soloing) is a form of solo climbing over a (deep) body of water. Psicobloc is undoubtedly one of the most unique and purest forms of climbing. Elite climbers like Chris Sharma make regular pilgrimages to exotic locales like Mallorca to push the envelope of technical climbing and experience the special challenge afforded by Psicobloc. The Psicobloc Masters Series is split across three days from August 6 – 8, 2014. Finals rounds will be held on August 3rd and 5th respectively at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, UT. With guest DJ's JESSE WALKER & HOT NOISE performing on the 5th!

The 2016 Psicobloc Masters event in Park City is the Premier Deep Water Soloing competition in the United States. Come watch as the top climbers from around the world race up a 55 foot tall wall leaning precariously over the waters of the Utah Olympic Park In beautiful Park City, Utah. This is a climbing competition unlike any other where you can have a chance to not only interact with the amazing sponsors but also get autographs and photos with your favorite climbers, buy sweet logo wear from local companies, eat and drink to your hearts delight, and get psyched for the big drops during finals. Join us on Thursday the 4th at 7PM for Seeding round where we determine the bracket for Finals on Friday night, or join the spectacle of Finals on Friday night. Or join us for both!

More information:
www.psicocomp.com

Social:
www.facebook.com/Psicocomp
www.instagram.com/psicocomp
www.twitter.com/psicocomp

Blast Off! Independence Day Weekend at O.P. Rockwell in Park City with Jesse Walker & Damian Ardenne
Jul
1
9:00 pm21:00

Blast Off! Independence Day Weekend at O.P. Rockwell in Park City with Jesse Walker & Damian Ardenne

  • O.P. Rockwell

Love your independence?

Blast off your Independence Day Weekend getting funky with Salt Lake superstar DJ Jesse Walker. A champion of genre-crossing deep house with a soul/tech influence, Walker is ready to rock the house at O.P. Rockwell on Friday, July 1st. Joining him is one of Utah's finest desert tech DJs, Damian Ardenne. A perfect match, these two are sure to bring down the walls and keep you dancing nonstop. What better way to beat the heat? Secure accommodations and enjoy all that Park City, Utah has to offer.
 

Tickets available online or at the door. 
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Friday, July 1st, 2016
BLAST OFF! @ O.P. Rockwell
Doors at 9PM, Free admission till 10PM, $5 after
Address: 268 Main Street, Park City, Utah 84060
www.oprockwell.com
www.newcitymovement.com

Jun
2
9:00 pm21:00

4TH ANNUAL BAD KIDS COLLECTIVE DRAG PERFORMANCE PAGEANT

  • Metro Bar

Come watch the epic spectacle as 9 of SLC’s most eccentric & charismatic up and coming Queer performing artists take to the stage, battling wig to wig for the coveted title “Baddest Kid”.

Last year’s winning trio have since been throwing a successful monthly party at Area 51 called WEIRDO (every second Friday) and have even opened for drag celebrities such as Katya, Violet Chachki and Kim Chi. A title filled with opportunity and flexibility, being the “Baddest Kid” is a different journey for each winner.

The finale is hosted by Cartel & Lisa Dank and will be held at Metro Bar. Here you will see their creative visions come to life in CHROMACOLOR. After introducing themselves to the audience in a color themed runway show, each finalist will present a performance piece based on a television show genre drawn from a hat!

This year’s contestants include :

Daniel Ocean
Doug Morris
Syrene 60666
Sammee
Minion
The Harlot
Jude Wanders
Opal Ascension
Obsidian Avis

AFTER PARTY :
Artemis & Mr. Jesse Walker take you to dance floor heaven 'til the bar is CLOSED!

 Lunar Transit Spring Festival
May
20
May 22

Lunar Transit Spring Festival

  • Fort Buenaventura State Park

Lunar Transit Spring Festival by New World presents

DETAILS
Join us May 20th - 22nd as we embark on a new creative journey through space and time just 40 minutes from Downtown, Salt Lake City. Sign up to the Lunar Transit mailing list for the latest information.

Lunar Transit is a music and arts festival focusing on bringing a cosmic beacon of high quality production and international acts combined with a stellar community to the Utah region.

Originating in mountains of Southern Utah at 10,000 feet elevation Lunar Transit is a destination where music and dancing flows into sanguine sunsets and tranquil sunrises. With natural surroundings it's the place to discover yourself and connect with both the earth under your feet and the stars in the distance. It all started with a group of otherworldly artists, builders, seekers, and explorers combined to form a community with the purpose of reflecting the beauty of spaceship Earth.

There will be several new features at this years Lunar Transit Spring Festival including yoga and workshops from morning until noon with a break in music to recharge from the night. A newly designed temple to serve as a cosmic symbol and place of peace.

We will also be bringing new and improved sound design with Utah's first ever Funktion One / Tannoy point source sound system.


MUSIC LINEUP

ATISH (SF)

THE BEAT BROKER (SF)

IMANOL MOLINA (SPAIN)

GHOSTEA (SF)

NATHAN CLEMENT (LV)

Artemis l Bastion l Bello l Better Homes & Gardens l Choice l Christian PP l Crystalroes l Cygnals l Eights Everywhere l Eco l Epace l Huex l Jesse Walker l Josh Volt l Make It Fit l Red Spectral l The Valencia Brothers

TICKETS NOW ON SALE!
http://www.lunartransit.com/tickets
TIER 1 - $40 / TIER 2 - $50 / TIER 3 - $60
SATURDAY PASS - $45
CAR CAMPING PASS - $30
RV CAMPING PASS - $40

GET INVOLVED
Live Artist, Performer, or Musician Application:
http://bit.do/ltspringart

Art Installation Application:
http://bit.do/ltspringinstallation

Vendor Application:
http://bit.do/ltspringvendor

Yoga and Workshop Application:
http://bit.do/ltspringworkshop

TICKETS/ADMISSION
Once purchased check your email for confirmation of ticket to Lunar Transit Spring Festival from Eventbrite. (If you do not see this email please check your spam/junk folder).

Bring your ID. Our friendly gate keepers will be at the festival entrance and to pick up your festival wristband. For faster entry please print out your ticket confirmation or have it on your phone.

Name changes or transfers close May 15th. Please message the Lunar Transit Facebook page if you are transferring tickets to another name.

If you would like to come for only Saturday you may purchase a Saturday Pass and arrive anytime after 10AM on May 21st.

BOX OFFICE
Gates open Friday, May 20th at 10AM. Ticket holders will be allowed to enter at any time during box office hours.

Box office hours are Friday, May 20th 10AM to 12AM and Saturday, May 21st 10AM to 12AM.

PARKING/CAMPING
There will be parking on site. If you plan to camp inside the festival grounds you will need to purchase a car camping pass. Music will start Friday May 20th at 12PM. The event ends Sunday at 4PM.

On-site tent camping is included with every festival pass. If you would like to camp in or next to your car you will need to purchase a car camping pass.

ETHOS/LEAVE NO TRACE
LEAVE NO TRACE. It is very important to protect spaceship earth so please pack in and pack out your belongings responsibly. Please bring trash bags to clean and organize your campsite and any MOOP lying around. Please be mindful about littering and make sure to dispose of all cigarette butts properly.

Respect your community. Please be aware of everyone around you and help make their experience as comfortable as possible.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Tickets for children 12-17 will be available for $20 at the box office. Children under 12 will be free. Event is rain or shine.

Website:
lunartransit.com

Facebook:
facebook.com/lunartransit
facebook.com/newworldpresents

Instagram:
instagram.com/newworldpresents

Fresh Cuts Vinyl Night feat. Choice, Siak, Make it Fit & MAP
May
19
8:00 pm20:00

Fresh Cuts Vinyl Night feat. Choice, Siak, Make it Fit & MAP

  • The Red Door

Fresh Cuts Vinyl Night feat.
Choice, Siak, Make it Fit & MAP

Fresh Cuts brought to you by serious collectors. Please join us for dancing and socialization monthly.

Thursday, May 19 we present...

CHOICE

SLC's lady on the wax. Collects and plays sick plates for the right reasons.

MAP

Matt brings a strong knowledge of quality house cuts
deeply influenced by Detroit and Chicago.

SIAK

An electro collection 15 years in the making. Closing out
the night with beats that are dark and funky.

MAKE IT FIT

Deep techno and house brought to you for your hypnotic enjoyment.

Event Information >

DEEP4LIFE with N.Y. House Legend VICTOR SIMONELLI
Apr
23
9:00 pm21:00

DEEP4LIFE with N.Y. House Legend VICTOR SIMONELLI

  • CLUB JAM

New City Movement presents legendary NYC DJ VICTOR SIMONELLI this April 23rd at a very special DEEP4LIFE at Club JAM.

A man who’s name is synonymous with the cutting edge of the Dance Music scene, Simonelli is one of the New York’s finest and most prolific DJ's. He was also one of the early pioneers of the unique NYC underground dance music movement that has now become a phenomenon it its own right and religiously followed by the clubbing faithful the world over. A producer/ re-mixer, song writer, record label owner, and highly sought after DJ, are just four facets of this multi-talented man. His discography of production, writing. mixing and editing credits reads like a "Who's Who!" Believe us, he’s gonna bring it. Truly Excited!  Facebook Event >

Learn about Victor's story at DJ History.com and friend him on Facebook

Full Discography: Discogs / Beatport / Traxsource

2016 DJ Tour Schedule:

March 12 Leeds UK
March 17-24 Miami USA WMC
April 16 Phoenix Az USA
April 23 SLC Ut USA
May 4 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
May 6 Singapore
May 8 Phuket Thailand
May 14 Cambridge UK
May 21 NY USA
May 28 London UK
May 29 London UK
June 16 NY USA
June 17 London UK
June 18 London UK
Aug 5 Lanzarote Spain
Sept 16 London UK
Oct (TBC) Amsterdam Holland Netherlands ADE
March TBC 2017 Miami USA
Aug 5 2017 Vis Island Croatia

Jesse Walker's 6th Annual 'Bunny Hop'
Mar
27
11:00 am11:00

Jesse Walker's 6th Annual 'Bunny Hop'

  • The Garage

JESSE WALKER’S 6TH ANNUAL ‘BUNNY HOP’ EASTER BRUNCH, SUNDAY MARCH, 27 TO BENEFIT UTAH VOA’S HOMELESS YOUTH RESOURCE CENTER

On Sunday, April 27th, The Garage on Beck Street will host Mr. Jesse Walker’s 6th Annual ‘Bunny Hop,’ with a breakfast buffet, charity raffle, bonnet contest and hand-picked DJ’s playing vinyl records from brunch to sunset. The ‘black & white’ themed 6th anniversary will include prize baskets, gift certificates from local retailers and festivals, an all-day egg hunt, special guest performances and the real Easter Bunny!

The day-long ‘hop’, which attracts a alternative crowd ranging in age and identity, will again benefit the Volunteers of America, Utah - Homeless Youth Resource Center. This now yearly tradition of community interaction and goodwill helps attendees release a healthy dose of spring fever.

Information:
Date is Sunday, March 27th
Location: The Garage, 1199 Beck St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Event Hours: 11:00 a.m. to Sunset
Donation: $10.00 per person at the door, or $8 pre-sale from 24tix.com
(Each admission includes a lollipop with charity raffle / Many egg-hunt items contain special prizes)
Charity raffles & donations go to: Volunteers of America, Utah - Homeless Youth Resource Center.

DJ Lineup:
TBA

About the Egg Hunt and Raffle Prizes:
Hundreds of eggs which can be found throughout the day are stuffed with candy and prizes from area sponsors, festivals and retail participants including The Garage and Stoneground restaurants. Additional lollipop/raffle tickets can be purchased for $1 each. The proceeds from those donations go to the Volunteers of America, Utah - Homeless Youth Resource Center. Chosen because of their commitment to serving homeless street youth through their outreach programs, drop-in center and young men’s and women’s transition homes.

Thank You to Our Sponsors:
SLUG MAGAZINE, KRCL RADIO, THE GARAGE, STONEGROUND KITCHEN, GREEN ANT, URBAN VINTAGE, TOMORROW'S HOUSE, CITYHOME COLLECTIVE, FLYING BOBCAT THEATRE LABORATORY and DIABOLICAL RECORDS.