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Set in the heart of the city, Infinity Event Center has a minimalist, sleek industrial decor. All of their three spaces are kept bare to suit any function or event. The high ceilings and hardwood floors lend an atmospheric feel to the place that turns even more magical after its decorated for a particular occasion. Used for concerts, parties, weddings, meetings and celebrations, it is a popular choice in town.
Diabolical Records is the dream of husband and wife duo, Adam Tye and Alana Boscan. Such was their love for their pet project that they set up shop in a shipping container and later moved to a modest space in the Granary District. This is among the best place to find vinyls that are rare and limited. They also have record and cassette players in their inventory. They have an impressive collection from labels like slr, Burger Records,Siltbreeze, Woodsist, Goner, Slumberland and Hozac. They host free concerts on Fridays featuring local musicians.
Whether you are just visiting the area or live here full time, the public library is the place to be. Many educational activities for both children and adults are available. Spend the day reading, studying or researching on the Internet. If the main branch does not have what you are looking for, try another area branch. Inter-library loans make it convenient to obtain and return materials from any location.
Cradled by snow-dusted mountains that creep up from unexpected parts of its quiet spheres, Salt Lake City weaves magic with whatever little it has. An out and out late bloomer that was once hot on the trails of America's first cities like New York and Boston, has now evolved into a booming, beautifully unique enclave of its own. The only city in the state equipped with an international airport, Salt Lake City's rather modest skyline is mostly dominated by Mormon-driven Latter Day Saints churches and related sites. Its cultural sphere includes a fervent potpourri of music and festivals that regale city crowds throughout the year, replete with a budding local music scene that spans several modern musical genres. The city is also the site of the Utah Pride Festival that supports LGBTQ rights, an annual event held in June. Those who fancy an escape from the city's bustle quietly slip away into soul-stirring beauty of the Wasatch Front, Utah's favorite outdoor sprawl that is decorated with diverse hiking and biking trails.
This venerable theater was built in 1913 to accommodate the steady stream of vaudevillians that poured into the city off the growing rail lines. Since that time, the theater has been host to silent movies, talking pictures, musical reviews and now serves as the city's favorite venue for stage productions. It hosts a variety of shows, including nationally touring musical and stage productions.