Blues, Brews & BBQ with Codi Jordan Band and Todo Mundo

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Join us on the Patio at Earl’s Lodge Sunday, September 21st for our Blues, Brews & BBQ FREE Concert Series with Codi Jordan Band playing Reggae and Rock Steady followed up by Todo Mundo  playing Latin/Reggae/World Fusion. Codi Jordan Band starts at 12:30 pm with Todo Mundo at 3:30 pm.

***No outside food or beverage allowed in the music venue or the lodge.  Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol including beer & wine on premise.  Bags may be subject to search at the music venue gate and any alcohol or outside food may be confiscated.  Dogs are allowed in the music venue, but they must be on a leash at all times, and they must stay on the grassy areas.  Dogs are never allowed in the lodges or on the patio, with the exception of service dogs.

For more information about Codi Jordan Band and Todo Mundo, check out the following links:

Todo Mundo:

http://www.todomundomusic.com/

Todo Mundo (“All the World”) blends the musical flavors of Rumba, Reggae, Samba, and Middle Eastern styles into an irresistible groove that has been moving dance floors and connecting with audiences from Southern California to South America since 2009.

Through music, Todo Mundo has learned to share their soul and experiences with the world. The power of music allows them to transmit their messages of equality and diversity. The band is a manifestation of these messages, containing talented musicians from all over the world (Columbia, Israel, Canada & US). Their music and performances possess explosive energy that celebrates life and unity, with the aim of connecting with people from all over the world, and encourage them to live in the present, as one.

Todo Mundo

Codi Jordan Band:

http://www.codijordan.com/

The Codi Jordan Band is a Reggae Rock band running in the same vein as popular acts Sublime, The Dirty Heads and Slightly Stoopid. Hailing from the greater Salt Lake City area the band has toured relentlessly across the west spreading their homegrown “mountain town meets the Beach” sound across 12 states and hundreds of stages.

Front man Codi Jordan grew up in the small ski town of Eden, Utah. Both of Codi’s parents grew up in Southern California but opted to move to Utah in search of mountains and snow. For Codi, having family in Southern California led to a fascination and love for the southern CA lifestyle, the Ocean and the budding reggae/rock/surf/punk scene. Codi began writing lyrics and composing music at the age of 12 years old; a few years later he was introduced to the recording studio by a local hip-hop artist who noticed Codi playing and singing at a local house party.

Codi Jordan Band

Codi Jordan Band

 

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Blues, Brews & BBQ with Brian Ernst and Marinade

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Join us on the Patio at Earl’s Lodge Sunday, September 7th for our Blues, Brews & BBQ FREE Concert Series with Brian Ernst playing acoustic soul followed up by Marinade playing funk, soul, reggae, and rock. Brian Ernst starts at 12:30 pm with Marinade at 3:30 pm. For more information about Brian Ernst and Marinade, check out the following links:

***No outside food or beverage allowed in the music venue or the lodge.  Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol including beer & wine on premise.  Bags may be subject to search at the music venue gate and any alcohol or outside food may be confiscated.  Dogs are allowed in the music venue, but they must be on a leash at all times, and they must stay on the grassy areas.  Dogs are never allowed in the lodges or on the patio, with the exception of service dogs.

Marinade:

http://marinademusic.com/

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Brian Ernst:

http://www.brianernstmusic.com/

Brian Ernst

Brian & Katie Ernst are full time touring artists & philanthropists. They tour in full size school bus that has been converted into an RV that runs on solar panels and fueled by waste vegetable oil. Music/art has taken them around the world. Literally.
Brian has over 20 instruments on stage and a looping pedal. Using no pre-recorded music he loops and layers his instruments into various songs, melodies, and instrumentals best described as acoustic/soul/roots.
With humble beginnings, Brian’s full time music career started back in 2007 as a street performer. Brian traveled all over the country playing music on the streets of folk festivals, downtown parking lots, or Chicago subways. He discovered the looping pedal and graduated from sidewalks to venues, clubs, and festivals. Prior to his 2009 debut studio album ‘Journey4YOUth’ Brian sold over 7,000 bootleg cd’s mostly out of his guitar case. Brian’s album has sold over 1,000 units a year since it’s release.

 

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2nd Annual No Name Chili Fest and Food Drive September 1, 2014

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There is no better way to spend your Labor Day than in the high alpine, sampling great home-made chili, listening to free live music, and helping a great cause in Utah! The Snowbasin Resort Culinary team, led by Executive Chef Eric Byrd and Executive Sous Chef Scott Sniggs, will make batches of their own personal chilis to have out for the guests of the event to sample, taste then vote on.  The winning chili will be served at Needles Lodge for the 2014.15 season.  Yes you, our guests, get to be a part of the process of selecting next season’s chili at Needle’s Lodge.  So please, come up and join us in this very important culinary process that we want to share with our guests.

This all ages event begins at 12:30 pm with the final ballots to be counted at 4:30 pm and the winner to be announced.  To get your chili tasting kit, it will cost you $14 per person with $2 of every purchase going directly to the Utah Food Bank.  If you bring non-perishable food items to help fill our ‘Beat Hunger Gondola’ that will be set-up in the middle of the plaza, your tasting kit will be automatically reduced to $12; with the $2 of each purchase still going to the UT Food Bank.

The ‘Beat Hunger Gondola’ full of non-perishable food items and the final amount of the cash donation will be presented in downtown Salt Lake City to the UT Food Bank during their annual food drive event.

For more information about the Chili Fest:  801-620-1000 or info@snowbasin.com

For more information about the Utah Food Bank and their Food Drive Event ‘Beat Hunger by a Mile Campaign’:  https://www.utahfoodbank.org

You must be 21 or older with valid proof of age and identification to consume alcoholic beverages.  Absolutely not outside food or beverage is allowed at Snowbasin Resort.  Consuming alcoholic beverage that was not purchased on premise is a violation of UT state law.  Friendly Dogs are allowed at Snowbasin Music Events, but they must be on a leash at all times, and kept in the grass areas.  Dogs are not permitted on the patio dining area or inside lodges without a legal service animal designation displayed.  Please clean up after your pet.