Kilby Court 20th Anniversary Block Party

S&S Presents

Kilby Court 20th Anniversary Block Party

Death Cab For Cutie, The National Parks, Joshua James, Ritt Momney, Picture This, Palace of Buddies, Breakfast in Silence, The Backseat Lovers, Drew Danburry

Sat, May 11, 2019

3:00 pm

Kilby Court

Salt Lake City, UT

$40 GA / $100 VIP

Kilby Court 20th Anniversary Block Party
Kilby Court 20th Anniversary Block Party
Tickets All Ages
$40 GA
$100 VIP
-Access to 21+ VIP bars at the festival
-Access to stage viewing area
-Access to the opening and closing parties at Urban Lounge 21+ only on May 10 & 11
-Must be 21+ for VIP

Gates open at 3pm.

Celebrating Kilby Court's 20th Anniversary with an all-day Block Party, May 11th, 2019!

As Salt Lake City's longest-running all ages venue, Kilby Court celebrating the thousands of artists and performers that have contributed to our vibrant music community over the last two decades.

Headlined by Death Cab for Cutie (who played Kilby in 2001), this event will feature currently active and reunited local bands performing across three different stages-- including a dedicated stage curated by Spy Hop.

We are also excited to be showing a remembrance wall that lists every single band who has ever played our stage over the last twenty years with over 15,000 artists.

Don't miss an incredible night of memories and community with us!

We kick things off at Urban Lounge on May 10th, while the festival runs all day on May 11, concluding with a late night show at Urban Lounge on May 11.
Kick-off Party: https://www.facebook.com/events/588948351576886/
After Party: https://www.facebook.com/events/383887945759205/

The all ages block party will feature local food trucks, craft beer, and bar areas for 21+.

A full run of the event details and set times will be listed soon on our website at kilbycourt.com.

Events is held rain or shine.
Tickets required for all attendees.

Entrance access is available from 700 south on 400 west.

Parking is limited. Consider using public transit, bicycle or ride share.

Sponsored by CityWeekly, SLUG Magazine, GrayWhale, KRCL, Five Wives Vodka, Mason Homes Real Estate, Mamachari

Venue Rules:

Tickets required for all attendees
Everyone entering the venue must have a ticket or pay at the gate
Cash only for gate purchases
No re-entry
No weapons or firearms
No coolers
No pets allowed, service dogs must have ID
No smoking
No outside food or beverage of any kind
No pro audio, video, or photo equipment
No chairs, blankets or umbrellas
All concerts are rain or shine
No refunds
Security reserves the right to refuse service at their discretion
The National Parks
The National Parks
We began making music as The National Parks in Provo, Utah in early 2013. In September of that year we released our first album, Young, and (along with our January 2014 standalone single, "As We Ran") we saw more success than we could have expected for a debut launched with little-to-no idea of what it took to get our music out beyond our local scene. The album climbed to #13 on the iTunes singer/songwriter chart and helped us get on the road to play shows in cities like Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York and with some really awesome musicians like Andy Grammer, The Lone Bellow, LeAnn Rimes, and The Moth & The Flame.

Our experience playing in front of crowds factored into the development of our second album, Until I Live, in a very serious way. We wanted to take all of the things we loved most from that record and amplify, enhance, and experiment with them. The result of that effort is a ten-track album that we think maintains the heart and sincerity of Young but that also does its own thing too. We released Until I Live in September 2015 and were once again blown away as the album climbed charts – iTunes Pop Chart and Billboard's Heatseekers Chart. We were thrilled to hear in April 2016 that "Monsters of the North," a lead single from Until I Live, was announced as a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition – one of the world's premiere songwriting competitions. Press from major outlets such as NPR's All Songs Considered, CMT Edge, and Pop Matters has fueled additional momentum and allowed us to continue touring into 2016, now having played in 50+​ cities in 17 different states, including performances at SXSW, CMJ Music Marathon, Make Music Pasadena and Canadian Music Week.

Although we saw a number of changes over the first two years we've now settled into a dynamic 5-piece group with Brady Parks (Denver, CO) and Sydney Macfarlane (Kaysville, UT) still leading the way and John Hancock (Sacramento, CA), Doug Patterson (Provo, UT), and Megan Taylor (Draper, UT) each contributing in a variety of ways to make our live shows sound as full and complete as the recordings.
Ritt Momney
Ritt Momney
Palace of Buddies
Palace of Buddies
Drew Danburry
Venue Information:
Kilby Court
741 Kilby Court
Salt Lake City, UT, 84101
http://kilbycourt.com/kilbycourt/calendar/listing.html