Brown Bag Concert Series

The Salt Lake City Arts Council has announced the line-up for this year’s Brown Bag Concert Series.

The series features free musical performances by local and national touring acts at various venues in downtown Salt Lake City, for eight weeks, starting June 30. Performances are Mondays through Fridays at 12:15 p.m.

Also, members in the audience will be eligible for a free lunch from a downtown restaurant during a drawing at the end of each concert.

Here is the schedule and locations for the 2008 Brown Bag Concert Series:

Exchange Place Plaza, 350 S. Main

June 30: Woodbox Gang
July 1: Cavedoll
July 2 : Jon E. Dangerously
July 3 : Rauber-Prinz Ensemble
July 4: Holiday (no Brown Bag Concert)

Washington Square, 451 S. State

July 7: Calico
July 8: Frayed Knot String Band
July 9: KlezBros
July 10: Llajtayku
July 11: Eliza Wren

City Creek Park, State Street and 2nd Avenue

July 14: Red Rock Hot Club
July 15: Michael Lucarelli
July 16: The Platte
July 17: Chris Hough Band
July 18: Chaz Prymek

Exchange Place Plaza

July 21: Red Rock Rondo
July 22: Taj Weekes & Adowa
July 23: Cosy Sheridan & T.R. Ritchie
July 24 and 25: Holiday (no Brown Bag Concert)

Washington Square

July 28: Zion Tribe
July 29: Way Way East Bay
July 30: Kairo By Night
July 31: Red Desert Ramblers
Aug. 1: Stacey Board Trio

City Creek Park

Aug. 4: The Buckle Busters
Aug.5: In the Pocket
Aug. 6: Charley Simmons
Aug. 7: Haun’s Mill Massacre
Aug. 8: Crescent Moon String Band

Exchange Place Plaza

Aug. 11: Aphrodesia
Aug. 12: The Black Hens
Aug. 13: Movement Forum
Aug. 14: Flash Cabbage
Aug. 15: Gene Sartain & Friends

Washington Square

Aug. 18: Wasatch Music Coaching Academy Rock Bands
Aug. 19: Gross National Product
Aug. 20: Radio Rhythm Makers
Aug. 21: Digital Lov
Aug. 22: Blue Sunshine Soul

Exchange Place Plaza

Aug. 25: The Future of the Ghost
Aug. 26: Danger Mouth
Aug. 27: Junta Deville
Aug. 28: Xillow Jazz Quartet
Aug. 29: John Flanders & Double Helix

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