Blues, Brews & BBQ with Fox Street, Jonny Burke and James McMurtry

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Join us on the Patio at Earl’s Lodge Sunday, July 20th for our Blues, Brews & BBQ FREE Concert Series with Fox Street playing roadhouse blues and funk with elements of rock, soul and jazz, Jonny Burke playing Americana Bluegrass,  followed up by nationally acclaimed artist James McMurtry playing folk rock and Americana. The opening acts start at 12:30 pm with James McMurtry at 4:00 pm. For more information about Fox Street, Jonny Burke and James McMurtry, 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.

James McMurtry:

http://www.jamesmcmurtry.com/

James McMurtry

“The simple fact is that James McMurtry may be
the truest, fiercest songwriter of his generation…”
Stephen King | Entertainment Weekly

The son of acclaimed author Larry McMurtry (Lonesome Dove, Terms of Endearment), James grew up on a steady diet of Johnny Cash and Roy Acuff records.

Never one to rest on his laurels, James McMurtry continues to tour constantly, and consistently puts on a “must-see” powerhouse performance. ‘The Washington Post’ noted McMurtry’s live prowess: “Much attention is paid to James McMurtry’s lyrics, and rightfully so: He creates a novel’s worth of emotion and experience in four minutes of blisteringly stark couplets. What gets overlooked, however, is that he’s an accomplished rock guitar player. At a sold-out Birchmere, the Austin-based artist was joined by drummer Daren Hess and bassist Ronnie Johnson in a set that demonstrated the raw power of wince-inducing imagery propelled by electric guitar. It was serious stuff, imparted by a singularly serious band.”

Fox Street:

http://www.foxstreetband.com/

Make no mistake: the Fox Street Allstars (FSAS) reek of the roadhouses and West Texas honky-tonks of the deep south that inspired their signature sound. FSAS is a roller coaster of roadhouse blues interwoven with super-sized helpings of funk with elements of rock, soul and jazz. No one really has any idea where front man Jonathan “Skippy” Huvard channels his soulful, whiskey soaked vocals and frenetic stage presence but the result is a blistering powerhouse of sound.

Fox Street Band

 

Jonny Burke:

http://www.jonnyburke.com/

 

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Blues, Brews & BBQ with Fly Paper and Andy Frasco and the UN

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Join us on the Patio at Earl’s Lodge Sunday, July 13th for our Blues, Brews & BBQ FREE Concert Series with Fly Paper playing rock, folk, and blues followed up by Andy Frasco & the UN  playing ‘Party Blues’. Fly Paper starts at 12:30 pm with Andy Frasco & the UN at 3:30 pm. For more information about Fly Paper and Andy Frasco & the UN, check out the following links:

**No dogs or outside food on Earl’s Patio please. State law prohibits outside alcohol.

Andy Frasco & the UN:

http://andyfrasco.com/

Andy Frasco and the UN

Fly Paper:

http://www.flypaperrock.com/

With soulful vocals, fiercely elegant guitars, and a high energy rhythm section, Fly Paper never fail to inspire crowds throughout the country with their original songs. Micaela’s voice is often compared to that of Fiona Apple and Norah Jones. Her guitar playing carries on the traditions of Jimi Hendrix, David Gilmore, and Jimmy Page. Bassist Joe Chamberlin fills the space between with a modern rock style grounded in classic rock sensibilities. Sam Rice brings to the drums, the rock groove of Jimmy Chamberlin and the flair of Buddy Rich, while Saxman/Keyboardist Marty McLean puts the sax back in rock one note at a time. The four piece band fuses elements of rock, folk, and blues into an unforgettable musical experience. With catchy songs, command of their instruments, and a powerful stage presence, Fly Paper will be remembered long after the stage lights go out!

Blues, Brews & BBQ with Bullets & Belles and Screen Door Porch

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Join us on the Patio at Earl’s Lodge Sunday, June 29th for our Blues, Brews & BBQ FREE Concert Series with Bullets & Belles playing “Neo-Doo-Wop-Folk” followed up by Screen Door Porch playing americana roots-rock. Bullets & Belles start at 12:30 pm with Screen Door Porch at 3:30 pm. For more information about Bullets & Belles and Screen Door Porch, 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.

Screen Door Porch:

http://screendoorporch.com/

Screen Door Porch delivers a Wyoming-grown fusion of soulful Americana, Roots-Rock and Country-Blues that has been likened to “Gillian Welch meets The Band, with Ryan Adams and Bonnie Raitt hanging out backstage” (605 Magazine). The core female/male singer-songwriter duo of Seadar Rose & Aaron Davis thrive in a space that houses colorable harmonies, a diverse bag of acoustic & electric instrumentation, and  “a sort of Lennon/McCartney arrangement and get it right every time” (Americana UK). SDP’s two studio albums—Screen Door Porch (2010) and The Fate & The Fruit (2012)—were internationally recognized in a combined seven “Best Albums of the Year” lists, and hovered in the Top 25 of the Euro-Americana Chart and Top 30 of the Roots Music Report Roots-Rock Chart.

Bullets & Belles:

http://bulletsandbelles.com

Bullets & Belles is Neo-Doo-Wop-Folk. Think Amy Winehouse and Dion & The Belmonts, but also Arcade Fire and Les Paul. Their sublime three-part vocal harmonies and deeply-felt poetic lyrics seamlessly bend through the rules of genre while always leaving the audience wanting (and often whistling…)

Bullets & Belles

 

Blues, Brews & BBQ with The Congress and The Wheeler Brothers

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Join us on the Patio at Earl’s Lodge Sunday, June 22nd for our Blues, Brews, & BBQ FREE Concert Series with The Congress playing rock & roll followed up by The Wheeler Brothers playing rock, folk, roots, Americana, and blues. The Congress start at 12:30 pm with The Wheeler Brothers at 3:30 pm. For more information about The Congress and The Wheeler Brothers, check out the following links:

**No dogs or outside food on Earl’s Patio please. State law prohibits outside alcohol.

The Wheeler Brothers:

http://www.wheelerbrothersmusic.com/

Making music continues to be a family affair for Wheeler Brothers. The Austin, TX quintet traces a personal lineage of rock, folk, roots, Americana, and blues on its second full-length album, Gold Boots Glitter [Bismeaux Records], cooking up an irresistible and inimitable gumbo of styles in the process. Marching forward from 2011′s critically acclaimed Portraits, the group—Nolan Wheeler [vocals, guitar], Patrick Wheeler [drums], Tyler Wheeler [bass], A.J. Molyneaux [guitar, lap steel, back up vocals], and Nathan Rigney [guitar, backup vocals]—opens the door even wider for everyone to join the family.

The Congress:

 http://www.thecongressmusic.org/

 

The Congress

 

Evoking emotions that you thought had long passed – the feeling of your first cigarette, or the way you feel listening to a worn vinyl as it warmly crackles against the sound of a summer night – The Congress is naturally compared to many names and styles of years gone by. But drawing such comparisons is, in many respects, a misguided endeavor. Misguided not because you’d be wrong, but because you’d be missing the beautiful point – The Congress are a natural evolution of more than 60 years of purely American music. With a spirit rooted just south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and now calling Denver – “The Queen City of the West” – their home, they’ve got enough soul, grit, and have spent enough time in the woodshed and on the road to call them pretty much whatever you want. But whatever words you think you need to describe their contribution to the American music tradition – save your breath. The Congress play Rock & Roll.

The Congress Video

The Congress Music

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.

 

Final Day of the 2013/14 Season – April 20th

Please join us for the final weekend of the 2013-2014 ski season at Snowbasin Resort for some spring skiing and sunshine! We currently have a 100″+ base and the conditions are incredible! Enjoy the sunshine on Earl’s Patio and fill up on skiing and snowboarding memories to last you through the summer!

The recent snowfall has created mid-winter-like conditions up here and combined with the April sunshine, there is no better place to be than Snowbasin Resort!

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2014/15 Premier Pass Benefits

Snowbasin 2014/15 Premier Pass Benefits

Adult Premier, Youth, Teen, Young Adult, Senior & Military

  • 2014 Summer Gondola Access, loaded onto winter season pass
  • Three days of skiing/riding at Sun Valley Resort, Idaho. Sun Valley tickets will be loaded onto season pass. No blackout dates!
  • NEW $99 2 hour private coaching at Snowsports (One offer per passholder, blackout dates apply)
  • $159 hotel rate at Sun Valley Lodge or Inn (on a space available basis).
  • 15% discount off Winter Repair in Grizzly Center Repair Shop.
  • Two 50% off buddy vouchers, can be used any time during 2014-2015 season. (Pass Holder must be present to redeem)
  • Discount off Tubing Hill ride tickets. Must be purchased at Ticket Window or Season Pass Desk.
  • Powder Alliance – 3 days of access at 11 other Western Resorts (some restrictions).
  • UTA Ski Bus Pass (one-time $5 service charge).
  • NEW Discounts on room rates at the Grand America & Little America Hotels (on a space available basis).

Value Passes Do Not Include Added Benefits 

(Adult Value, Midweek, Child & Super Senior)

Purchase a 2014/15 season pass now and ski/ride the rest of this season for FREE!

Blackout Dates Apply to Adult Value and Midweek Passes:

  • December 24th thru January 1st
  • January 17th & 18th
  • February 14th thru 16th

Season Passes and Discount Cards are non-transferable and non-refundable. Snowbasin does not guarantee season length or weather conditions.

Any information shown above may be modified at Snowbasin’s discretion

See our website for a full list of 2014/15 Season Pass prices and restrictions

Purchase your Snowbasin Resort 2014/15 Season Pass here

Après Entertainment with Jeanne Jolly April 5th & 6th

Join the fun in the Cinnabar Lounge Thursday afternoon with Jeanne Jolly playing soulful folk-pop beats tinged in Americana.  The musicians play from 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm. For more information about Jeanne Jolly check out the following link: http://www.jeannejolly.com/about/