Corey O’Brien’s Concert and Event Calendar | Week of February 13th

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The Calendar is brought to you by The Depot and:

Winter Wonder Jam on Saturday, February 16th

*This calendar is mostly accurate. probably!

• Kongos at Metro Music Hall

These four South African brothers have found some success with their beat-driven song. They are bringing along Fitness, who we are big fans of as well. Fitness is Max from Eve6 and Kenny from Awolnation. Great show! Don’t miss it. 21+


• Atmosphere at Union Event Center

Get a little mid-west hip hop in your life as Atmosphere return to Salt Lake with Dem Atlas and The Lioness & DJ Keezy. All-ages show.


• Pauly Shore at Wiseguys Ogden

There’s nothing more romantic than Pauly Shore on Valentine’s Day! The bad news is this show is sold out. The good news is Pauly will be at Wiseguys at The Gateway on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The other bad news is at the time of this writing there are only tickets left for the Friday late show and the Sunday show. Get on it!


• Reverend Horton Heat at The Depot

The Rev, Jimbo, and company return for their yearly trek to Zion with Voodoo Glow Skulls and Delta Bombers. 21+


• Utah Grizzlies Pink in the Rink at Maverik Center

Get in some hockey and do a little good in the fight against breast cancer. The Grizzlies will auction off specialty jerseys to benefit breast cancer research! Purchase your tickets at and text “HOCKEY” to 33986 for your chance to win a 4-pack of tickets to this awesome game!


• I Survived Ted Bundy at Weller Book Works

Author and serial killer survivor, Rhonda Stapley, discussing her book “I Survived Ted Bundy: The Attack, Escape, and PTSD that Changed My Life.” The discussion starts at 7 pm and will be followed by a book signing. With the Zac Effron movie making a lot of noise at Sundance and the “Ted Budy Tapes” on Netflix it seems serial killers are the current macabre topic that is eeking back into the collective thoughts of the country.


• Ali Wong at Abravanel Hall

Ali Wong’s Milk and Money Tour performs at Abravanel Hall. If you don’t know her, hop on Netflix and watch a couple of her specials. They buy your tickets! Best way to spend a Sunday night.


• Crazy Town at Metro Music Hall

Let us take you back to X96 in 1999…they will be joined by Jezus Rides a Riksha, Andrew Boss, and Natas Lived.


• Sharon Van Etten at Metro Music Hall

Her new album, “Remind Me Tomorrow” has already been touted as one of 2019’s best and it just came out on January 19th! One would reason that it would be a really good life decision to go to this show. 21+.


• Chris Robinson Brotherhood at The Commonwealth Room

If you’re under 21 you shouldn’t be going out anyway. It’s a school night. If you’re still in school, I doubt you know Chris Robinson. Chris used to be in this pretty great band called The Black Crowes. That should simply be enough for you to get a ticket.


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