Charissa Che

Charissa Che was born and raised in NYC and has been a journalist for over 12 years in news and arts and entertainment. She is a music contributor for Salt Lake Magazine. Additionally, she holds a Ph.D. candidate in Writing & Rhetoric at the University of Utah. She prides herself on following the best cat accounts on Instagram. Calicos preferred.
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Ariana Grande Wraps Up 50th Show in SLC

Outside Vivint Smart Home Arena, the massive crowd of Arianators seemed to be split into two camps: those hyperventilating from excitement, and those in a panic because they didn’t know about the...

LOVELOUD, Year 3 • Dan Reynolds’ Labor of Love Stays Strong

Last Saturday, June 29, was the LOVELOUD sophomore year, and proved itself to be a continuously-growing event that brings together SLC’s LGBTQ+ youth, and commands the attention of their allies. Live streamed...

Billie Eilish Concert, Heat Inspires Chaos at Saltair

Y’all have lungs!” An exasperated Billie Eilish reminded us. “F*ck!” Her set had just started at the Saltair, yet both the heat and hype were so high that the largely teen audience...

Death Cab for Cutie Celebrates 20 Years of Kilby Court

Indie rock’s iconic Death Cab for Cutie hold a special place in the history of Kilby Court. Alongside Rilo Kiley, Macklemore, Diplo, Foster the People, Sylvan Esso, Mac Miller, and Grouplove, DCFC...

We Got Spiritualized at The Depot

Last Friday, April 5, 2019, at the Depot was a mix of ingredients that made for what felt like a tepid 20-year high school reunion. The show was at 8:30. Doors opened...

“Jazz and Other Drugs” Brings Local Utah Talent to the Fore

Jazz and Other Drugs” was a pleasant way to start off this past weekend. On Saturday, April 6, 2019, friends, family, and local music fans gathered at the Sugar Space to watch...

Odd Couple: Metric and Zoé Co-headline the Depot

Admittedly, I thought I’d stumbled into the wrong show when I arrived at the Depot on Monday, March 18, 2019. Co-headliner Zoé was not at all the same genre as Metric: the...

Shoe-shots and Salty Sarcasm at The State Room

Last Thursday, March 7 at the State Room was so weird that I needed a couple of days to process what happened. So forgive me if this all comes out discombobulated—the show...

Charissa Che

Charissa Che was born and raised in NYC and has been a journalist for over 12 years in news and arts and entertainment. She is a music contributor for Salt Lake Magazine. Additionally, she holds a Ph.D. candidate in Writing & Rhetoric at the University of Utah. She prides herself on following the best cat accounts on Instagram. Calicos preferred.