Thursday, January 21, 2021

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18oct6:00 pm9:00 pmMusicians Showcase

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Event Details

The Musicians Showcase creates a comfortable environment for performers and guests to experience the ambiance of the DeJoria Center while discovering the hidden treasures of music talent in the outback of Utah at the foot of the Uinta Mountains.

Traci and Walt have a track record of providing Open Mic opportunities for over 4 years that are very popular for both musicians and guests. Lessons learned have refined the hospitality and musical components essential to the enjoyment of the musicians and guests while complementing the goals and objectives of the State Road Tavern.

Musicians are welcome to perform either original songs or covers. Please contact Walt for more information and RSVP to perform at evans.walt@gmail.com or 435.640.8502.

Showcase evenings will operate from 6:00 – 9:00 pm, with sessions limited to 20 minutes per performance. Musicians will be encouraged to perform as solo, duet or trios in order to maximize the quality of sound mix. Acoustic instruments will be the standard and will be mixed into the house sound system along with vocal microphones.

Friday, October 18, 2019 • 6 – 9pm

Ages 21 with ID required for entry.

Time

(Friday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

State Road Tavern

970 North State Road 32 Suite 201 &101

Organizer

State Road Tavernsocial@stateroadtavern.com 970 North State Road 32 Suite 201 &101

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