“This is not a good-faith gesture on their part. It’s just giving us a sliver of a bone, showing us a movie everybody’s seen already,” retired film instructor Ed Spangler says.
Plenty of live music in Nothern Utah with a variety of summer concert series, along with festivals, workshops and more fun.
Local theaters return with a variety of shows, including “Alice in Wonderland Jr.” in Layton, “Camelot” in Perry.
A visual treat from start to finish, with huge LED light walls, band members riding unicorns or running across the top of the crowd in a giant hamster ball, armies of people dressed like Teletubbies, laser light shows, confetti, and much, much more.
More than building a thriving arts festival, organizers want to create a thriving arts culture in Junction City.
“We’re going to have five grand pianos on the stage, which is something people don’t see very often,” said Davis Arts Council’s Kym Ridl. “It will be very cool visually, and a unique concert.”