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Live Music and Beer Festivals in Salt Lake and Beyond

Feldman’s Deli also features live music on Friday nights. Deer Valley Mountain hosts Beer Festival on September 17th and 18th. Every Sunday in September, Snowbasin Resort hosts SnowWiesn Oktoberfest.


Live Music @ Feldman’s

It goes without saying that Feldman’s Deli is THE PLACE to nosh on Jewish-style deli fare ranging from half-pound stacked hot and cold deli sandwiches, potato pancakes, housemade salads, and matzo ball soup, to Utah’s best bagels, breakfast items, and much more. 

But did you know that Feldman’s Deli also features live music on Friday nights? Yep. On Fridays starting at 6:00 p.m. you can enjoy live tunes from local artists like John Sherrill, Jonny Gold, Crossfire, Utah Slim, and others. Join the good folks at Feldman’s this friday for a nosh and live music by Melissa Chelinski with Nathan Royal. 

Still Time for Deer Valley Beer Fest Tix

Although Saturday is close to sold out, there is still time to get your tickets for the inaugural Deer Valley Mountain Beer Festival on September 17th and 18th. Deer Valley Resort has 15 Utah breweries lined up to participate and to celebrate Utah’s brewing culture. 

“With such a passionate brewing culture here in Utah, we’re excited to bring such a wide variety of local beer flavors and styles to attendees at Park City’s only beer festival,” said Deer Valley Beverage Director Josh Hockman. “Brews aside, our elevated summer BBQ dishes, live entertainment, and a special Kid’s Zone will also celebrate the end to summer on the mountain.”

There are a variety of ticket packages available for the Deer Valley Mountain Beer Festival. Click here for tickets and information. 

SnowWiesn @ Snowbasin

Every Sunday in September, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Snowbasin Resort hosts SnowWiesn Oktoberfest, a German-themed fall festival in the Utah mountains. The celebration is named after d’Wiesn, the local nickname for Oktoberfest in Germany referring to the fairgrounds.

SnowWiesn Oktoberfest features Bavarian food, craft beers and drinks, live music, a local market, and activities for all ages. Featured musical acts include Freddie Schnicklefritz & His German Band, Park City Polka Players, The Pickpockets, AppAlaska Bluegrass, The BB All-Stars, Tony Holiday, and others.

According to Snowbasin, “Parking is free, but a season pass or ticket is required for entry. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Ogden Valley Land Trust and GOAL Foundation to assist with their respective missions to better local communities. Premier Season Pass Holders will gain free entry, while others gain access with any of the following: Single-Day Ticket: $10, Gondola Ticket: $25, Brunch Buffet Reservation: $75, Summer Gondola Pass: $150.” 



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Food writer Ted SchefflerOriginally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.

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