Imagine the best theater Park City has to offer. Eccles and Dare Center-Performing has all that and more.
Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this theater's restaurant for high-class food.
This theater is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Whether flashing by in a blur of superhuman speed, teleporting from start to finish, or simply opting for a casual stroll, everyone who participates in the Salt Lake Comic Con's 2015 Utah Superhero Run will leave feeling like they earned the capes on their backs. The 5K takes place on the final day of Salt Lake Comic Con, just outside the convention center, as a fund-raising event for the Utah Specialty Hospital. Given the whiz-bang atmosphere, costumes are highly encourages; participants can dress up as their favorite superheroes, or summon the spirits of real-life heroes through Capes of Honor that call out loved-ones that have overcome struggle. The result: a spectacle of cape-flying and masked-wearing participants moving en masse through the streets and circling back to the convention center, where music, green-screened photo booths, swag bags, and costume prizes await.
For those who like to nail down at least two ambitious feats before lunch, the 5K is also part of an attempt to fly, dash, and bamf into the Guinness Book of World Records. A Guinness judge will be on hand as 5K participants and Comic Con attendees try to break the record for the largest gathering of people dressed as costumed characters.
"What's to-day, my fine fellow?" said Scrooge.
"To-day!" replied the boy. “Why, Christmas Day."
In these famous lines from A Christmas Carol, Scrooge might've been asking the wrong question. He should've asked, "What's this weekend?" And the boy's reply: "Why, 1893 all over again."
For three days in December, the Dickens Christmas Festival brings to life the sights, sounds, and experiences of 19th-century London. Visitors are free to stroll up and down the festival's narrow village streets while browsing the unique gifts and keepsakes of participating vendors. Actors in period costumes will enliven the festival even further, with fortune tellers, orphans, and royalty mixing in amongst the crowd and olde English shops. Of course, the festival's namesake is well represented, too. Fagin, Scrooge, and other characters from Dickens stories roam the streets, and mini productions of tales such as Oliver Twist unfold on multiple stages. Father Christmas also spends the entire day listening to children wish for presents such as the electric hoop-and-sticks that are all the rage right now.
Salt Lake City's Challenge Nation is a fantastic spot to knock back a drink or two with friends.
Head on over to the in-house restaurant for a delectable meal.
Catch the sports highlights on one of the TVs at Challenge Nation.
Challenge Nation is the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal outside (weather permitting).
Stay in the loop (and online!) by tapping into Challenge Nation's free wifi hotspot.
If you're searching for a great place to hangout and tip back a few, Challenge Nation is it.
Challenge Nation draws a good-sized crowd on weeknights as workers head over after leaving the office.
Challenge Nation is located in a prime area for those who wish to park in lots.
If your preferred mode of transit is of the two wheel variety, you're in luck — there's tons of bike parking outside the club.
Major credit cards are accepted, so you can save yourself a trip to the ATM.
Come immerse yourself in a warm and inviting atmosphere at Challenge Nation and sip on some tasty signature cocktails.
Empanadas next to enchiladas. Churrasco steak adjacent to tangy ceviche. Somehow, the organizers behind Taste of Latin America Festival fit the culinary traditions of more than a dozen countries into Library Square. Aromas of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, and other regions come from an all-you-can-eat buffet, which shares its billing with live traditional music and dances. Plenty of beer, wine, and spirits are also on-hand, keeping adults entertained while younger attendees play in a kid zone.
EVE SLC is a sprawling New Year's Eve celebration—so sprawling that it takes three days. Its epicenter is the Salt Palace, where DJs spin in two ballrooms, filled with thousands of beach balls in honor of the event. However, it reaches across the city, too, with art exhibits, film screenings, and comedy shows at venues from Clark Planetarium to Off Broadway Theater. The event even stretches into the sky, with jaw-dropping fireworks displays.