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HEART & SOUL MUSIC STROLL

Free, Family-friendly Music Stroll in Sugarhouse, June, 8, 2019 Heart & Soul Brings Over 50 Bands to Neighborhood Porches

For the eighth year, Heart & Soul, along with the neighbors surrounding Imperial Park, will present our incredible, free, one-day music festival.

50 musical acts will perform on 16 porches, driveways and lawns—or on our main stage—throughout this Sugar House neighborhood (along with an ocean of food trucks). Join us as Heart & Soul celebrates 25 years of bringing the healing power of music to isolated neighbors along the Wasatch Front.

The joy happens Saturday, June 8, along Atkin, Filmore and Glenmare Streets (1530 E 2700 South) in Sugar House, as thousands of people walk and bike from lawn to lawn to relax and enjoy the food and music.

Some of this year’s performers include Kate MacLeod,  Stratford Street Big Band, Pamela Lind & Almost Country, A & E, Blue Sage, Built for Comfort, Cabana Band, Callanish,  Cori Connors & the Eskeltones, Gene Sartain, Good Will Band, Jazz Noir, John Morgan, K-Tones, Kindermusik, Leraine Horstsmanshoff, Mister Leroy Stedmund, Mundi Ambassadors, Mustang Alley, Ophir Creek, Peter McLaughlin, Rail Jumpers, Raven Spirit, Salt City Rangers, Silver Tongue Devils, Singing with Ukes, Smokin’ Blues Band, Way Cool Band,  Johnson Creek,  Pat & Roy, Side by Side and more.

 

The event is FREE and open to the public, but you can support Heart and Soul by purchasing tickets for prize drawings, including musical instruments, restaurant deals, and more!

 

“This event showcases 50 bands and performers from our talent pool of over 350 performers,” states Janna Lauer, Executive Director and Cofounder of Heart & Soul, a 501(c)3 non-profit that brings quality, live entertainment to people who may not be able to experience it otherwise. “ Community members and organizations are great supporters of Heart & Soul’s mission of bringing music and performer arts to nursing homes, care centers, hospitals, senior centers and other isolated populations from Ogden to Provo.”

 

For more information go to heartsoul.org or contact Ainsley-Marie McLaughlin 505-231-4824

Contact:


Ainsley-Marie McLaughlin

Text/Mobile 505-231-4824

Office 801-467-5499

Web site: heartsoul.org

 

Time

(Saturday) 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location

Imperial Park Nieghborhood

1530 E 2700 South, SLC UT 84106

Organizer

Heart & SoulAinsley McLaughlin PO BOX 526142 SLC UT 84152

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